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art design illusion installation my eyes - 5873473024
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This installation - titled "Abyssal (Depth)" - from Brazilian artist is on display in Lodz, Poland. Any European WINners want to scout this one out and enlighten us about what it feels like to be there?

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art design installation rocks weird - 6253881088
Via Neatorama
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A hanging rock installation by Korean artist Jaehyo Lee.

art building design doors installation tall - 5586596096
Via Colossal
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Check the via link for more information about this cool structure!

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art crayon flame forest fire installation sculpture - 5311949312
Via Colossal
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Artist Herb Williams installed these Crayola fire sculptures in the National Ranching Heritage Center at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. The piece, entitled "Unwanted Visitor: Portrait of Wildfire," uses thousands of crayons and was inspired by the Texas wildfires of the summer of 2011. Check for more information in the via link!

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architecture art church installation LED lights pretty colors - 5769808384
Via TDW
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This 28-meter tall cathedral (titled the Luminarie De Cagna) was built for Belgium's 2012 Light Festival. Check for more information and a video from the event in the via link!

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art design installation roller coaster sculpture stairs steps walking whee - 5435594240
Via MSNBC
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This "sculpture" in Duisburg, Germany is designed to like a roller coaster. The catch: It's meant to be walked on. Designed by Heike Mutter und Ulrich Genth, the sculpture's 260 foot heights give passengers plenty to look at, though they have to marvel at the idea of the speed of the coaster at a more sane walker's pace. Check the via link for more!

art Brother Nature FTW city field installation rural Street Art urban - 5248198912
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German street artist EVOL created an underground installation, called the "Northern Cross", which visitors could walk through. The contrast between city and urban is pretty cool, eh WINners?

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