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artist doug aitken and parley’s cyrill gutsch on how to save oceans with art


'creative strategies' is the new series of artist interview documents produced by designboom. in this first article, novelist anne philippi talks to doug aitken and cyrill gutsch about 'ocean awareness' and how art can inspire action for social and environmental change.

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tadao ando-designed ‘wrightwood 659’ art space set to open in chicago


the new venue will be devoted to exhibitions on architecture and socially engaged art, with an inaugural show dedicated to ando and le corbusier.

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this designer built an electric skateboard for his cat


a small treat is placed into a throttle lever, which is pulled by the feline to retrieve a snack.

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these rare, classic cruisers have been meticulously hand-drawn with ink


paglia utilizes intense inky blacks to amplify the interplay between the natural light and subjects like the mercedes-benz 300 SL gullwing coupé, and the 1970 lamborghini miura.

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veterinarians 3D-print a piece of a skull for a dachshund with cancer


doctors fit the 3D-printed plate into place perfectly – a technique that will eliminate the need to model an implant in the operating room and reduce patient risk.

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do ho suh suspends traditional korean house and bamboo garden on a footbridge in london


the project reflects the artist’s own experience of moving across continents and between cultures, and continues his career-long investigation of memory, migration, the multiplicity of the immigrant experience.

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doug aitken occupies former bank in detroit with a mind-warping, mirror-clad house


visitors traverse a terrain of river rocks and earth in order to reach the structure, beckoning them to enter the artwork.

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step inside the 1960s ‘prairie house’ in oklahoma collaged in swirling cedar shingles


the vision of architect herb greene, the abode references everything from primordial creatures to protective shelters and futurist objects.

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bubbling ‘boolean operator’ punctuates suzhou’s bustling urban landscape


across the world from its brooklyn studio, MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY has generated a continuous surface that grows outward from a network of columns, peeling open into an enclosed shell.

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