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How to Hang Pictures Without Destroying Your Walls

Hanging art or photos on the walls can make a house feel more like a home, personalizing your space. But you may not want to deal with any sort of damage to your walls—especially if you are renting. Fortunately, you have several options for decorating your place without destroying your walls, and it starts with…Read more...
Tags: Photos, Art, Household, Top, Lifehacks, Decorating, Walls, Hanging Pictures, Hanging Art, Crash Course

Artist Paints Creatures She Sees ‘Living’ In The Walls Due To Pareidolia

Do you remember how you used to look at the clouds in the sky as a child and your imagination projected animals and various scenes of life? This phenomenon is called Pareidolia, which scientifically means the tendency to perceive a specific, and in a lot of cases meaningful images in completely random or ambiguous visual patterns. Even though this phenomenon is more common among children... Source
Tags: Design, Paint, Imagination, Pareidolia, Illusion, Walls, Inspirations, Anna Chvindt

Norway wants to give Finland a mountaintop for its birthday

What do you give the country that has everything? The peak of a 4,500-foot mountain, naturally. As U.S. President Donald Trump continues to spew protectionist invective about walls both literal and figurative, the good people of Norway want to ring in Finland's 100th anniversary of independence from Russia by giving it the top of Mount Halti, a feat of topography that would require the country to nudge its border 130 feet up the mountainside. Bjørn Geirr Harsson, a retired Norwegian geophysicis...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Design, Mexico, Russia, Environment, Ukraine, Finland, Norway, Borders, Donald Trump, Walls, Trump, South China Sea, Erna Solberg, Solberg

Culture Lab Detroit 2016: Walls: An actionable discourse on the tactile and metaphoric walls within the Motor City

A quick conversation with a Detroiter—one of those born and raised, or transplanted for school who stuck around after, and even the ones who sought out inexpensive real estate and a fresh start later in life—reveals (regardless of how bold or subtle...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Design, Culture, Detroit, Walls, Motor City, Forums

Gary Simmons' Music Fly-Poster Installation for Culture Lab Detroit: Kicking off the design forum with a large-scale public art exhibition

There's no denying Detroit's rich musical history and its global impact on both singers and songwriters. This was one element touched upon when we last attended Culture Lab Detroit—a multi-day, multi-venue forum on actionable design and creativity...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Design, Culture, Architecture, Exhibitions, Detroit, Walls, Publicart, Gary Simmons, Artinstallations

Superb Giant Multicolored Murals

C’est du Chili que nous vient INTI, artiste auteur de splendides fresques, que ce soit en France, aux Etats-Unis ou bien sûr en Amérique du Sud. Après avoir étudié aux Beaux-Arts dans son pays natal, il a commencé à voyager et à exporter sa vision du street-art. Son travail se caractérise par des couleurs chatoyantes et des personnages quasi-religieux mis en scène sur les murs des villes qu’il traverse.
Tags: Design, France, Painting, Architecture, Chile, South America, Graphic, Walls, Etats Unis, Murals, Street-Art, Inti

Long Tunnel Excavated Through the Walls of a Gallery by Daniel Ashram

The Future Was Then est la nouvelle exposition de l’artiste Daniel Arsham qui a cassé les murs du SCAD Museum of Art situé dans la galerie Pamela Elaine Poetter. En fait, il a installé une série de faux murs en béton sur 91 mètres, et a découpé le centre du mur en une forme abstraite. En parcourant ce long tunnel, le visiteur débouche sur une autre installation appelée Wall Excavation où on peut voir une silhouette humaine. Il s’agit d’une réflexion sur la manière dont l’humain interagit avec l’...
Tags: Design, Long, Architecture, Gallery, Sculpture, Walls, Excavation, Daniel Arsham, Tunnel, SCAD Museum of Art, Through, Daniel Ashram, Excavated, Pamela Elaine Poetter Gallery, The Future Was Then, Wall Excavation

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