Toilette paper magazine

Toilette paper magazine

noBarbara Kruger

Daniel Buren, Sept Couleurs pour une cheminée

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The child featured in the poster is nameless, but lost both her parents and two young siblings in a drone attack. 
This portrait of a girl tells a story larger than the massive piece of vinyl it is printed on. Unfurled in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region of Pakistan, “#NotABugSplat” was created by a collection of artists and activists, using TED Prize winner JR’s Inside Out campaign, to send a message to drone operators, who reportedly call their kills “bug splats” because they appear small and grainy on screen. The idea is to “create empathy and introspection amongst drone operators,” explains the project website (http://notabugsplat.com).

The child featured in the poster is nameless, but lost both her parents and two young siblings in a drone attack.
This portrait of a girl tells a story larger than the massive piece of vinyl it is printed on. Unfurled in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region of Pakistan, “#NotABugSplat” was created by a collection of artists and activists, using TED Prize winner JR’s Inside Out campaign, to send a message to drone operators, who reportedly call their kills “bug splats” because they appear small and grainy on screen. The idea is to “create empathy and introspection amongst drone operators,” explains the project website (http://notabugsplat.com).

Shi Shaoping installs 3,000 ceramic eggs in desolate locations
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Shi Shaoping installs 3,000 ceramic eggs in desolate locations

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You never know.Jeffrey Michael Austin.
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Who was the me that did that?
Creativity tracks by Brian Eno
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Who was the me that did that?

Creativity tracks by Brian Eno

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Light kinetics

WE’RE RICH. WE CAN DO WHAT WE WANT.
Miami Art Week by janeteastman74 on Flickr.

WE’RE RICH. WE CAN DO WHAT WE WANT.

Miami Art Week by janeteastman74 on Flickr.

Girl Reading on Balcony, Quzhou, China, 2014, William Hong

Girl Reading on Balcony, Quzhou, China, 2014, William Hong