No Limits: Alexandre Arrechea’s Distorted Architectural Landmarks

In 2013, a series of ten large sculptures of steel and aluminum were installed on New York’s Park Avenue Malls by Cuban artist Alexandre Arrechea. The installations transformed and distorted several of the city’s architectural landmarks and monuments that when built represented the power of their patrons as well as the prowess of the architects. The project titled “No Limits” was also accompanied by the artist’s watercolors and smaller versions of the sculptures inspired by the project. Read more

$5 Erasers Are Mini Architectural Landmarks of Paris, New York and London

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If you’re at all like most people, chances are you rarely, if ever, use an eraser. But these miniature rubber architectural icons from New York, Paris and London are so cute (and so affordable) that you can display them or give them as gifts and they will still be appreciated, enjoyed – and maybe even utilized. Read more