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    Artist on tumblr - Greg Bogin - american visual artist born 1965.

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  4. James Mclardy- Bought Air

     
  5. Armchair (Portrait of my Mother’s Chesterfield Chair), 1964, Design: Gunnar Aagaard Andersen,

     
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  7. Lake Retba in Senegal is best known for its pink waters, caused by the Dunaliella Algae. It also has a salt content of up to 40%.

     
  8. Gerard Taylor - Lamps

     
  9. Kihoku Astronomical Museum - Masaharu Takasaki

     
  10. James McLardy - Albert, 2008

     
  11. The Jantar Mantar is a collection of astronomical instruments, built by king Sawai Jai Singh in Jaipur, India between 1727-1734.

     “The observatory consists of fourteen major geometric devices for measuring time, predicting eclipses, tracking stars’ location as the earth orbits around the sun, ascertaining the declinations of planets, and determining the celestial altitudes and related ephemerides. Each is a fixed and ‘focused’ tool. The Samrat Yantra, the largest instrument, is 90 feet (27 m) high, its shadow carefully plotted to tell the time of day. Its face is angled at 27 degrees, the latitude of Jaipur. The Hindu chhatri (small cupola) on top is used as a platform for announcing eclipses and the arrival of monsoons.” Wikipedia

     
  12. Gritta Gschwendtner's Animal Wall is a design for an inhabited wall in Cardiff Bay. Over 1000 bird and bat boxes were installed in all different shapes and sizes to house many different species of animals. 

    “Following the decline of the natural habitat in Cardiff Bay over recent years, I was very interested in exploring ways to introduce nesting places in my artwork for Century Wharf. I have loved the opportunity to match the number of flats created in the housing development with the number of bird and bat boxes in my design for the Animal Wall.”

     
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  14. Transform Furniture - Michael Jantzen 

    "As the knobs are turned on the chair and table, different colored and/or printed fabrics weave through the frame from one end to the other transforming the look and or function of each piece."

     
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    Moss Stafford. GA Houses. 9 1981: 106

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