Toothpaste from around the world, misspelled food labels, and newsstand paper weights are just some of the objects you'll find in the tiny Museum located in an old freight elevator on Cortlandt Alley in NYC.
'Trees of Life: A Visual History of Evolution', a beautiful collection of 230 tree-like branching diagrams, culled from 450 years of mankind’s visual curiosity about the living world and our quest to understand the complex ecosystem.
I Wish I Said Hello is a street art project aiming to take the Missed Connections network back to the public space. Stickers are created from Cragislist stories and pasted at the physical location where they happened.
A kinetic sound installation by David Letellier, created for a chapel in Caen (FR). Caten is a levitating sculpture made out of 300 fine wires suspended from two ropes. The form is determined by gravity and follows the evolution of a sound composition.
Have you ever seen a flower bed made entirely of paper? Well, look no further! Folding for Peace is a white paper garden in Nagasaki, Japan realized by Swiss designer Anouk Vogel. The patch of faux flowers are aligned in a circular bed...
Vagrant, Willow sculture . "A heap of rough, trimmed tree trunks, nicely piled up, is in itself a signal of man's presence and his wish to influence the surrounding nature - to mark it", says finnish sculptor Jaakko Pernu.
'Nurture Studies'. Photographic archive of flowers grown in vases over a six-month period. After which the plant’s corset is removed, exposing roots that retain their shape as an evocation of the now absent container. By Diana Scherer.