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Tapumes - Casa dos Leões | Henrique Oliveira, 2009
VII Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre plywood and PVC photo © Eduardo Ortega

Tapumes - Casa dos Leões | Henrique Oliveira, 2009
VII Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre plywood and PVC photo © Eduardo Ortega

Inspiration Grid is a daily-updated gallery celebrating creative talent from around the world. Get your daily fix of design, art, illustration, typography, photography, architecture, fashion and more.

Monumental Sculptures by Chen Wenling

Inspiration Grid is a daily-updated gallery celebrating creative talent from around the world. Get your daily fix of design, art, illustration, typography, photography, architecture, fashion and more.

OOO..This one looks like Lord of The Rings. This one is my lady cave.

OOO..This one looks like Lord of The Rings. This one is my lady cave.

designboom magazine (@designboom) on Instagram: “known as the melting house, the installation by argentinian artist leandro erlich pictured by gare…”

designboom magazine (@designboom) on Instagram: “known as the melting house, the installation by argentinian artist leandro erlich pictured by gare…”

Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira's largest installation titled "transarquitetonica" at Museu De Arte Contemporanea Da Universidade in Sao Paulo

Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira's largest installation titled "transarquitetonica" at Museu De Arte Contemporanea Da Universidade in Sao Paulo

Vicus water fountain. Each neighborhood (vicus) had a public water fountain. The vast majority of Roman households relied on the public water supply because their homes lacked most basic amenities. Furthermore, gathering water was one of the many daily activities that gave Romans the opportunity to socialize, share news, and gossip. This type of consistent social interaction reinforced community solidarity and social standards.

Vicus water fountain. Each neighborhood (vicus) had a public water fountain. The vast majority of Roman households relied on the public water supply because their homes lacked most basic amenities. Furthermore, gathering water was one of the many daily activities that gave Romans the opportunity to socialize, share news, and gossip. This type of consistent social interaction reinforced community solidarity and social standards.

pens attached at the end of a willow tree. lines then being created onto a huge canvas

pens attached at the end of a willow tree. lines then being created onto a huge canvas

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