The Seven Noses of Soho Around Soho there are seven noses and it is said that if you spot all of them you will attain infinite wealth. Sculptor Rick Buckley was responsible for many, leaving casts of his nose in 1966. However, this one is more recent, dating to a 2005 ‘Living Streets’ social awareness project in 2005. Meard Street W1 Tube: Leicester Square
Modern Pet Products for Dogs and Cats | Design Milk
Of all the interesting ways I’ve seen people pay tribute to their pets, this might be my absolute favorite. Custom Pet Nose Print Necklaces are gorgeous and handmade sterling silver pendants cast from your dog’s unique little nose. Because each animal’s nose is as distinct as a human’s fingerprint, your Custom Pet Nose Print Necklace is guaranteed to be as special as your love for your dog.
A 100-foot-tall giant emerges from the earth in this famous D.C. cast- alum- inum sculpture. An arm reaches 17 ft. into the air, while the mouth is permanently fixed in a slient cry. Its been standing since 1980. In 2008 the popular sculpture was purchased and moved to sandy beach at National Harbor.
Alina Szapocznikow: Sculpture Undone, 1955–1972 is the first museum survey in the United States devoted to this Polish artist. The exhibition brings to light the extraordinary oeuvre of Alina Szapocznikow, one of the most significant yet lesser known sculptors of the 20th century. At the core of Szapocznikow’s art is the ephemeral condition of life and the human body. Her work oscillates between permanence and impermanence, from carvings in Carrara marble to the precarious assemblages of lips...