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Henrique Oliveira.

Henrique Oliveira (Previously on Supersonic) recently completed his largest installation ever at the Museu de Arte Contemporanea da Universadade in Sao Paulo, Brazil.  Oliveira uses re-purposed wood which he nails to complex framework to create flowing, seemingly living sculptures.  This one, entitled “Transarquitetonica,” resembles a root system that visitors to the museum can explore and walk through.  See more of the beautiful installation below:

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EASTER ISLAND HEADS HAVE BODIES
http://thewallbreakers.com/easter-island-heads-have-bodies/

Remember when you were a kid, and one of your mean older cousins would bury you in the sand, leaving you trapped with just your head above ground for hours? Well, that doesn’t seem so bad when you find out that the Moai, monolithic statues on the island of Easter, have had their bodies buried underground for centuries.
The Easter Island Statue Project (EISP) is hard at work to excavate these wonders, which they still don’t know if were buried by the people who made them, or if they just sunk over time. Check out the awesome pics of the Moai stretching for the first time in a looooong time below.
- See more at: http://thewallbreakers.com/easter-island-heads-have-bodies/#sthash.ZIGO6yNZ.dpuf
Easter Island Heads Have Bodies!


Whoa! Though if you think about it, it’s kind of astonishing we only just now thought to look!


Bizarre?

frauluther:

EASTER ISLAND HEADS HAVE BODIES

http://thewallbreakers.com/easter-island-heads-have-bodies/

Remember when you were a kid, and one of your mean older cousins would bury you in the sand, leaving you trapped with just your head above ground for hours? Well, that doesn’t seem so bad when you find out that the Moai, monolithic statues on the island of Easter, have had their bodies buried underground for centuries.

The Easter Island Statue Project (EISP) is hard at work to excavate these wonders, which they still don’t know if were buried by the people who made them, or if they just sunk over time. Check out the awesome pics of the Moai stretching for the first time in a looooong time below.

- See more at: http://thewallbreakers.com/easter-island-heads-have-bodies/#sthash.ZIGO6yNZ.dpuf
Easter Island Heads Have Bodies!

Whoa! Though if you think about it, it’s kind of astonishing we only just now thought to look!

Bizarre?

(Source: el0h3em, via atlasobscura)