De Vaartkapoen : Low down, a young rebel, the Vaartkapoen, reminiscent of a jack-in-the- box, topples over a policeman higher up, thus overthrowing his authority. Location: Brussels , Belgium

De Vaartkapoen : Low down, a young rebel, the Vaartkapoen, reminiscent of a jack-in-the- box, topples over a policeman higher up, thus overthrowing his authority. Location: Brussels , Belgium

Amazing paper art by Peter Callesen

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Creepy/unsettling combination of parts to create figure that is still recognizable but strange enough that it's off putting

Creepy/unsettling combination of parts to create figure that is still recognizable but strange enough that it's off putting

Jen Stark - - Leve o design e a criatividade sempre com você - Conheça nossos produtos - migre.me/dKNbA

Jen Stark - - Leve o design e a criatividade sempre com você - Conheça nossos produtos - migre.me/dKNbA

Traffic Light Tree. Art installation by Frenchman Pierre Vivant. It was installed in East London on a roundabout just beyond the Canary Wharf estate in 1999.

Traffic Light Tree. Art installation by Frenchman Pierre Vivant. It was installed in East London on a roundabout just beyond the Canary Wharf estate in 1999.

An illusion of a portrait. It holds your attention and makes you examine it. At first the man's face appears to look like it's only half of his face is showing, but once you look at it, you notice that it's also a profile view of the man's face. I think it's a clever and classic design example.

An illusion of a portrait. It holds your attention and makes you examine it. At first the man's face appears to look like it's only half of his face is showing, but once you look at it, you notice that it's also a profile view of the man's face. I think it's a clever and classic design example.

"Der Buchhändler" [The Book Seller, literally: "somebody who handles books"] on the Ludwig-Metzger-Platz in Darmstadt, Germany. Sculpture by Michael Schwarze, photograph by Neil Gallop.

"Der Buchhändler" [The Book Seller, literally: "somebody who handles books"] on the Ludwig-Metzger-Platz in Darmstadt, Germany. Sculpture by Michael Schwarze, photograph by Neil Gallop.

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