Giant LEGO forest with garden flowers in Australia

“LEGO is celebrating 50 years in australia with an array of installations across the country, with the most recent set up in the rural town of Broken Hill, New South Wales. residents of the outback locale were surprised to wake up to a life-size forest made up of 15 four-meter high pine trees and flower sets recreated to a 1:1 ratio of the original pieces, and then supersized to be 66 times bigger…” —via desigboom

Giant LEGO forest with garden flowers in Australia

“LEGO is celebrating 50 years in australia with an array of installations across the country, with the most recent set up in the rural town of Broken Hill, New South Wales. residents of the outback locale were surprised to wake up to a life-size forest made up of 15 four-meter high pine trees and flower sets recreated to a 1:1 ratio of the original pieces, and then supersized to be 66 times bigger…” —via desigboom

“Photography in abundance” / 24 Hours of Flickr Photos installation by Erik Kessels

“Through the digitalisation of photography and the rise of sites such as Flickr and Facebook, everyone now takes photos, and distributes and shares them with the world - the result is countless photos at our disposal. Kessels visualises ‘drowning in pictures of the experiences of others’, by printing all the images that were posted on Flickr during a 24-hour period and dumping them in the exhibition space. The end result is an overwhelming presentation of a million prints.” — What’s Next? The Future of the Photography Museum exhibit at Foam

(via Craft via Creative Review)

“Photography in abundance” / 24 Hours of Flickr Photos installation by Erik Kessels

“Through the digitalisation of photography and the rise of sites such as Flickr and Facebook, everyone now takes photos, and distributes and shares them with the world - the result is countless photos at our disposal. Kessels visualises ‘drowning in pictures of the experiences of others’, by printing all the images that were posted on Flickr during a 24-hour period and dumping them in the exhibition space. The end result is an overwhelming presentation of a million prints.”
What’s Next? The Future of the Photography Museum exhibit at Foam

(via Craft via Creative Review)