FOGHOUSE Denver

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weandthecolor:

Painting by Jacob van Loon
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weandthecolor:

Painting by Jacob van Loon

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Pete68

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nevver:

The living are only a species of the dead.

supersonicelectronic:

Oleg Dou.

Porcelain sculptures by Oleg Dou:

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exhibition-ism:

Minneapolis street artist HOTTEA strikes again, this time on the pedestrian path of the Williamsburg bridge.

It took him and his assistants over 11 hours to complete this threaded rainbow tunnel. 

Photos courtesy of Luna Park and Patrick Sullivan 

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Marc Petit

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odditiesoflife:

The Happy Show

Are you happy? This interdisciplinary, interactive art installation just might have your answer, or at least get you thinking about it. Currently touring several cities in the United States, The Happy Show by graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister, combines a unique mix of art installations with graphic design and thought-provoking typographical displays of data. The show also “offers visitors the experience of walking into Stefan Sagmeister’s mind as he attempts to increase his happiness via mediation, cognitive therapy, and mood-altering pharmaceuticals.”

The large exhibition is filled with social data and research gathered from Harvard psychologists Daniel Gilbert and Steven Pinker, anthropologist Donald Symons, psychologist Jonathan Haidt, as well as several prominent historians. The installation’s interdisciplinary approach reveals great insight into our society’s state of mind about love, happiness and personal levels of satisfaction. The Happy Show is currently on view at the Chicago Cultural Center through September 23rd, 2013. The above images are courtesy of Stefan Sagmeister.

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