Adrian Maseda

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Reblogged from soulpicnic

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July 17, 2014 at 9:55am
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Austrian artist Alfredo Barsuglia has done something slightly audacious by bringing public art to a space where the public will need to hunt for it: he built a lux eleven-by-five-feet wide pool in the Southern California desert.
Anyone is welcome to find this remote piece of art that they can swim in, but it won’t be easy: they need to obtain a special key to unlock the pool (it is otherwise covered) from the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, and then hunt the spot down in a journey that will take several hours on the road, including a long walk at the last leg to get to the pool from the nearest road.

(via Swanky pool in the Mojave desert is open for anyone to take a dip in — if they find it » Lost At E Minor: For creative people)

Austrian artist Alfredo Barsuglia has done something slightly audacious by bringing public art to a space where the public will need to hunt for it: he built a lux eleven-by-five-feet wide pool in the Southern California desert.

Anyone is welcome to find this remote piece of art that they can swim in, but it won’t be easy: they need to obtain a special key to unlock the pool (it is otherwise covered) from the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, and then hunt the spot down in a journey that will take several hours on the road, including a long walk at the last leg to get to the pool from the nearest road.

(via Swanky pool in the Mojave desert is open for anyone to take a dip in — if they find it » Lost At E Minor: For creative people)

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July 15, 2014 at 8:53pm
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Deadly Super Rainbow Tears Through West Coast

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