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Savannah College of Art student Daniel Arkham has an impressive installation, created by excavating 300 feet through walls made to look like concrete or plaster. The repeated forms help to create a stunning silhouette, and a memorable impression on visitors. Via DesignBoom:

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Daniel Arsham: The Future Was Then
SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia
On display now through July 24, 2016

daniel arsham carves 300 foot wall excavation through SCAD museum of art

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