Bordalo II – Recycled Material Sculptures

Street artist Bordalo II (or Bordalo Segundo) is a master of street art interventions. Not only from painting vibrant and colourful murals, but by creating incredible sculpture installations out of found or recycled materials.

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Carlo Bernardini – Fibre Optic Installations

Italian artist Carlo Bernardini creates briliant fibre optic installation. His site-specific installations are based on triangular forms, where lines of the shape pass through walls, floors and entire buildings.

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Arte Sella – Forest Installations

Since 1986, Arte Sella has used the open fields and woods of the Sella Valley in Trento, Italy with surreal nature installations. Over 200 contemporary artists from all around the world have come to this area to create original artworks using materials found right on the terrain with which they’re left.

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Heike Weber – Marker Installations

Heike Weber takes permanent markers and transforms entire rooms and halls into massive pen and ink works. His dizzying and beautiful abstract drawings trick the eye and keep you staring at the piece. Weber creates these installations on anything from floors to ceilings.

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Wolfgang Stiller – Matchstick Men

Wolfgang Stiller creates intricate sculptural installations and this one entitled “Matchstick Men” is absolutely brilliant. A play on words metaphor turned gallery installation which entails massive matches being burnt and the heads being carved into human heads. Truly spectacular.

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Tara Donovan – Wall of Straws

There’s so much innovation that’s going on in the world of art everyday. Tara Donovan‘s installations with thousands of straws is definitely case and point of that. Looks more like slimy goo from a far than straws. It’s such a bizarre optical illusion.

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