Untitled watercolor and ink on paper, 24.4×20.6cm, created in 1962 by British artist Brion Gysin, from the exhibition Witnessing Visions at Ubu Gallery, NYC.
Aphrodite Yawns (1967) by Arthur Handy @the National Gallery of Canada.
Tomas Saraceno‘s interactive installation Cloud Cities @the Hamburger Bahnof, Berlin, consists of twenty clear bubbles of varying sizes being suspended at different heights.
Viewers can interact with all of the bubbles: you can choose to climb on top of them or go inside.
Within each orb is a different organic material like water or plant life.
Found here. More pictures here.
Self Portrait as Big World by Julie Heffernan, 2008.
More of her work here. Found here.
Designer Ed Chew makes eco-friendly ”disco ball” lamp shades, entirely out of upcycled cardboard-packet drink containers
Tomas Saraceno‘s installation Biospheres, explores visionary city planning solutions
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Dust Ball is a honeycombed spherical cleaning droid designed by Dave Hakkens that works the same way as a computer mouse does: a sphere inside is controlled on two axes so the ball can roll in any direction by shifting the weight of its internal components. It is optimized for big / public spaces because it can roll over cables or thresholds between rooms and corridors.
Placed in the new lobby of a hospital this light installation is composed of 860 individual square acrylic cubes, precisely placed to create a giant glowing globe complete with all continents and polar caps. Designed and created by Francis Cauffman Architects and Eventscape