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Somehow this speaks to the 99% 'VS' the 1%  Korean artist Do Ho Suh  has created an incredible sculpture using thousands of miniature plastic figures with their arms and heads turned upward holding a glass floor.  The construction is so durable you can even stand on it , notes TrendHunter.  The multicolored figures under the glass signify the diverse and anonymous masses of people who support and resist the symbolic floor , according to Cubeme.com.

Epic Floor Design, although I'm not sure what the idea is. if laid with clear or glass tiles to see the design would be different, but to put black tiles over doesn't make any sense. I wonder if you get a magnifying glass to view the floor.

Urban installation by 90,000 plastic balls shaping wisterias, a flowering plant that has a significant role in French impressionism through its recurrence in Monet’s paintings,  Havre City Hall, France | The installation, titled Pergola, was designed by Claude Cormier + Associés Inc. for the Contemporary Art Biennale.

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

Xia Xiaowan 3D glass paintings and a 9 min interview | http://gazette-ic.com/post/59789251931/xia-xiaowan | #interview #3d #painting #glass

Hologramic art by Xia Xiaowan “[…] divides a picture into layers, draws each section in coloured pencil on a sheet of tinted glass, then stacks the sheets one in front of the other. The translucent composite conveys the depth and solidity of a living.

Jed Malitz creates life-size glass sculptures of human figures within architectural forms

Jed Malitz creates life-size glass sculptures of human figures within architectural forms

“For me as an artist, watching from a higher position on a small space is interesting because I can see someone’s ‘compressed personality,’ ” says photographer Menno Aden about his work. See more room portraits, taken from above, HERE:  http://slate.me/TVGsL4

Sometimes, it's all about your perspective. Photographer Menno Aden used this concept to create Room Portraits, a series of aerial photos of everyday spaces that look extraordinary when seen from above.