We managed to snag an exclusive update from the M. C. Escher of graffiti, Nemco.  Full feature here:nemcoxspraybeast

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July 15, 2014

July showers bring August flowers. Taking inspiration from the Museum’s location between the High Line and the Hudson, Virginia Overton has installed two towering windmills that pump air to ponds planted with aquatic flowers and greenery.

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voguerunnway: The Dior set was built in Cour carre du Louvre and includes over 300,000 delphiniums

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August 11, 2014 Anne Neukamp
November 26, 2014
April 3, 2017 Jeffrey Tover
October 25, 2016 Joyce Stratton

laughingsquid: ‘Sisyphus’, A Kinetic Sculpture Featuring Stunning Expanding and Contracting Geometric Patterns

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February 20, 2017
December 28, 2016 marjolein caljouw
July 23, 2017
December 7, 2015

archatlas: Beautiful World of Decay Jan Stel (Purmerend, the Netherlands) is a self-taught Fine Art Photographer and Photoshop artist. As a photographer he explores abandoned places of our times, a forgotten world where mankind has disappeared. The mixture of fascinating history, absence of mankind and curiosity about our beautiful world of decay is the essence of his photography. When roaming around in abandoned locations Stel prefers to explore on his own, then all senses are focused o...

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Call for Submissions: The Print Swap Holiday Exhibition! @theprintswap is an ongoing initiative connecting photographers across the globe. Submit by tagging your image #theprintswap. If your photo is selected, your print will be mailed to another photographer somewhere in the world, and you will receive a surprise print from another selected photographer. From now until 11/28, new photos submitted to the Print Swap will be considered not only for the swap but also for our next exhibition in Broo...

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Though damaged, this panel painting still shows the painter’s sensitivity to texture and light. This mysterious man holds a pink (yes, there is a flower out there called a ‘pink’) with unknown significance. Portrait of a Man with a Pink, about 1500, Michael Sittow. J. Paul Getty Museum.

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February 2, 2014 robin davey
December 17, 2011 Moshik Nadav
February 7, 2012 SNEAK PEEK: MARCH 2012
October 14, 2013 Justin Wolfe

PHOTO: BRAD MANGINThis Photographer Has Been Photographing the World Series for Two Decades Brad Mangin is a regular at World Series baseball games

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thisbigcity: Tree stumps turned into a library transformed this Berlin street, and inspired similar projects in cities across the globe.  We investigate in our latest post

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February 8, 2015 © Nana van Dijk. 

How are you kicking off the fourth of July weekend? Henry Taylor (b. 1958), The 4th, 2012–2017. Acrylic on canvas. Collection of the artist; Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo. Photograph by Sam Kahn 

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December 21, 2016
July 4, 2016 by molly larkey