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Signs for the Homeless 

an art project started by artists Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope in an effort to raise awareness about poverty and homelessness around the Boston area. The basic concept behind the ongoing project is that the two artists approach homeless people on the streets who are holding signs and propose an exchange. As their tag line states: “A sign in exchange for donations and a hand painted sign.” Essentially, Nakayama and Hope offer $10 and create hand painted signs for each person they come across.

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Art Worth Noting | Throw Pillows by Society6

Society6 has added throw pillows to their awesome line of products, so now you can get a unique piece of art in plush form (starting at $20).


living in the woods by Yetiland | pattern by Sandra Dieckmann


minerva by Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo | the whale by Terry Fan


new year by Brooke Weeber | cicada by Teagan White


outburst by JUMPSICK | forest twilight by Poppy & Red

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The Peacock Room - Castello di Sammezzano in Reggello, Tuscany, Italy.

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by Heike Weber | Silicone carpet piece

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The most controversial works of public art 

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Embroidered Graffiti by Sarah Greaves

Embroidery tagging is the specialty of Greaves, lacing her work through everyday canvasses like food, walls, and doors. You can see her work in person at her upcoming show at BearSpace Gallery in London from October 19th through November 17th, 2012.

Artist: Website (via: My Modern Met)

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Famous album covers recreated in Lego. Check out more here.

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Walter Mason is a Berlin-based artist who creates land art.

Lucky for us, he photographs it all before it disappears.

Beautiful Land Art by Walter Mason

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