Crochet “sculpture forest” created by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam at the Hakone Open-Air Museum in Japan. It includes several sculptures for children to play on. This photo shows “Woods of Net,” made in Make Space Newcastle
This bit of public art blends nature with traffic in one confusing sculture. It s Pierre Vivant’s Traffic Light Tree. A giant sculpture of fully-functioning traffic lights in London. For some reason it s parked next to a roundabout near Canary Wharf.
As an architectural pop art tribute to Monet, Canada-based architects and designers at Claude Cormier + Associés Inc. used plastic balls to adorn Le Havre City Hall's landscape as part of its Contemporary Art Biennale. The installation, titled Pergola
Recycled CDs Form Colorful Floating Waterlilies by Bruce Munro. Again, i love re-purposed art; art made of trash. This was quite interesting and i think would look good as an instillation in some city.
Tezuka Architects brings fantasies to life with its Woods of Net playground in Hakone, Japan. Japanese net artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam knitted this rainbow nest by hand for children to crawl, jump, and roll around in.