The 5-foot, 200 lb LEGO Deathstar by City Blocks - Tacoma's Brick Art Center

The 5-foot, 200 lb LEGO Deathstar by City Blocks - Tacoma's Brick Art Center

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A honeybee-inspired urban intervention has transformed a Sicilian city block into a thriving green public space. Milia Arredamenti...  Read more

A honeybee-inspired urban intervention has transformed a Sicilian city block into a thriving green public space. Milia Arredamenti... Read more

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Italian town linocut by Di Oliver. www.dioliver.co.uk Tags: Linocut, Cut, Print, Linoleum, Lino, Carving, Block, Woodcut, Helen Elstone, Buildings, Town, Europe, Italy.

Italian town linocut by Di Oliver. www.dioliver.co.uk Tags: Linocut, Cut, Print, Linoleum, Lino, Carving, Block, Woodcut, Helen Elstone, Buildings, Town, Europe, Italy.

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Shaving Cream Blocks: an easy toddler activity building with shaving cream and block. A great preschool activity that's easy to set up.

Shaving Cream Blocks: an easy toddler activity building with shaving cream and block. A great preschool activity that's easy to set up.

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The Big City… good addition to the block corner/imaginative play space
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At first glance, Ogosta’s design for the 6,000-square-foot warehouse doesn’t seem all that unusual. But a closer inspection of the sleek particleboard furniture reveals that something isn’t quite as it should be. Each piece of furniture is a “hybrid,” an unlikely combination of two objects with no obvious relationship. For example, a city block has mated with a desk to create workspaces that look like little gabled houses.

At first glance, Ogosta’s design for the 6,000-square-foot warehouse doesn’t seem all that unusual. But a closer inspection of the sleek particleboard furniture reveals that something isn’t quite as it should be. Each piece of furniture is a “hybrid,” an unlikely combination of two objects with no obvious relationship. For example, a city block has mated with a desk to create workspaces that look like little gabled houses.

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Aussie illustrator James Gulliver Hancock, from a project called "All The Buildings In New York".

Aussie illustrator James Gulliver Hancock, from a project called "All The Buildings In New York".

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