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Artful Links: 13 Videos to Inspire Your 2013 (Part 2)

As promised, here is part 2 of this Artful Links post, with videos 7 through 13. (Find part 1 here.) Any videos, photos, or websites you’ve seen recently that sparked your imagination? What new projects will you work on this year? Share in the comments!

7. Toronto-based artist Amy Shackleton demonstrates a different kind of drip painting, creating urban landscapes using squeeze bottles of acrylic paint:

8. In another time-lapse video, architect Jeanne Gang discusses architecture as a bottom-up process:

More videos below:

9. Artist a dandypunk creates a very impressive performance in time with light projections, documented in this video:

10. Dae Hun Kwon’s installation Lost in the Forest, created from pieces of metal, creates different images in the shadows of its subtly shifting light:

11. And more with light — Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau and the Digitalarti Artlab combines water and light for a public, interactive work:

12. Here’s a video of paper marbling that will make your barista jealous. (Another video with more explanation is here.)

13. Last, the Chicago Tribune’s best photos of 2012 covers the year’s news, but also includes lots of stunning images:

 

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