31 Works Of Art We Can All Appreciate

You don’t need an art history degree or an elevated sense of pretension to “get” these amazing pieces. Someone needs to curate an art gallery specifically devoted to the subject matters of rainbows, pizza, and cats.

1. “There Is Nothing Wrong in This Whole Wide World”

Chris Cobb created this installation at Adobe Books where he catalogued 20,000 books by color. Read more about it here.

2. “Baguette Table”

By Studio Rygalik.

3. “Sparkle Palace”

By John Foster.

4. “Untitled”

By Wendy Van Santen.

6. “Toast Gradient”

By Van Robinson.

7. A 3,000-Piece Gummy Bear Chandelier

I smell a DIY with resin-coated gummy bears. By Kevin Champeny.

8. Louis CK Made Out of Cheetos

9. “Women & Women First”

By Lisa K.N / Via

10. “I’m So Fucking Happy”

Approximately 1,200 knives. By Farhad Moshiri.

11. Project About the Visualisation of Statistical Data

By Xavier Barrade.

12. “The Golden Mistake”

Command + Z…get it? By Erica Dorn.

14. “Red Sky at Night”

By Tim Etchells.

15. “The Chromatic Typewriter”

By Tyree Callahan.

16. “Pink Chimta”

This basically looks like a party I want to climb into and live in forever. Made from steel structure, plastic and painted stainless steel pincers. By Subodh Gupta.

17. “French Fries”

By Kate Jenkins. You can buy the print of this for £50.00.

18. Pizza Wallpaper

Downloadable wallpaper by Xavier Barrade.

19. Foam Sculptures

All of her sculptures are just so, so cool. By Ana Bidart.

20. “Cat on a Clothesline”

By Jeff Koons.

21. “Popsicles”

By Evan Robarts.

23. “Old-Fashioned”

1,521 donuts were not harmed. By Jennifer Rubell.

24. “Flashdance”

By Sadrine Pelletier.

25. “Spray Can”

By Julien Vallée.

26. “The Party Is Over”

Great use of typography! By Mark Bijl.

27. “Love Serum”

By Mauro Perucchetti.

28. “Chanel Chainsaw” and “Chanel Guillotine”

By Tom Sachs.

30. “Birdhouse”

By Klaas Kuiken.

31. “Tea Set”

Creepy-cute. By Ronit Baranga.

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