Max Zorn Creates Incredible Pictures Using Only Packing Tape

    Max Zorn Creates Incredible Pictures Using Only Packing Tape Amsterdam street artist Max Zorn has a unique talent for making incredible art using mainly brown packaging tape. The very idea of using tape instead of paint came from Max Zorn’s friend who was working in a car design. “These guys often use slim tapes to outline their … Continue reading Max Zorn Creates Incredible Pictures Using Only Packing Tape

Mesmerising Light Installations By JamesTurrell

Mesmerising Light Installations By JamesTurrell At Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg James Turrell is an American artist widely known for his explorations of light and space. “He began his career back in the 1960′s in California at a time when the Light and Space group of artists in Los Angeles was coming into prominence. Here’s a short description … Continue reading Mesmerising Light Installations By JamesTurrell

LIGHT is TIME: The Golden Rain Installation by Citizen

 Light is Time : The Golden Rain Installation by Citizen 65,000 Watch Base-Plates Create A Magical Installation In Tokyo For more info: citizenwatch-global.com Renowned Japanese watch manufacturer CITIZEN recently unveiled a stunning installation called  Light is Time  at Milan Design Week. Displayed in the Triennale di Milano exhibition hall, the spectacular installation consists of 80,000 main … Continue reading LIGHT is TIME: The Golden Rain Installation by Citizen

Simon Beck creates gigantic winter crop circles by walking in the snow

Simon Beck creates gigantic winter crop circles by walking in the snow On Facebook / Snow Art Gallery Simon Beck  creates enormous works of snow art that look like giant wintry crop circles just by walking amidst white mountaintops and cozy ski lodges. Believe it or not, the immense snow patterns are made entirely by foot—Beck … Continue reading Simon Beck creates gigantic winter crop circles by walking in the snow

Uğur Sara: Minimal Typography

Uğur Sara:  Minimal Typography on Behance

Wim Delvoye – Gothic Works

   Wim Delvoye -Gothic Chapel Series Wim Delvoye is a Belgian neo-conceptual artist known for his inventive and often shocking projects. Much of his work is focused on the body. He repeatedly links the attractive with the repulsive, creating work that holds within it inherent contradictions- one does not know whether to stare, be seduced, … Continue reading Wim Delvoye – Gothic Works

Futuristic Digital Collages by Alexander Berdin-Lazursky

Foam Religion  Colors Loves Neon Lamb Of Future Armored Heart  Obelisk of ignorabimus Three of Swords King Lear Futuristic Digital Collages by Alexander Berdin-Lazursky  On Behance The studio Alexander Berdin-Lazursky is a russian photographer and graphic designer from Samara. Member of Castle Digital Partners, Details make the difference and Photo Religion. He works on series … Continue reading Futuristic Digital Collages by Alexander Berdin-Lazursky

Claire Partington’s Figures Combine Centuries of Narratives, Styles

Claire Partington’s Figures Combine Centuries of Narratives, Styles At James Freeman Gallery Claire Partington  is a ceramics artist living and working in London, is a storyteller. The artist says that the aesthetic of her spellbinding figures is inspired by the “European Applied Art and Design styles from the 1600s onwards.” Yet, she’s fascinated by the tradition … Continue reading Claire Partington’s Figures Combine Centuries of Narratives, Styles

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen

Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen More info: suzandrummen | Facebook Suzan Drummen's mesmerizing art installations cover floors and walls with kaleidoscope designs that employ thousands of tiny sparkling pieces. The artwork is made using pieces of crystal, metal, gems, mirrors and optic glass. The designs sprawl across a … Continue reading Kaleidoscopic Floor Installations Made of Mirrors, Crystals and Glass by Suzan Drummen

Peter Erskine’s Secrets of the Sun-Solar Spectrum Environmental Art

  Peter Erskine’s Secrets of the Sun-Solar Spectrum Environmental Art   German artist, Peter Erskine, based in California created these amazing light spectra, whose intensely project bright rainbow colors on the facades of various historical sites around the world (mostly in Rome in this article). Created from 1989 to 2000, these installations entitled “New Light … Continue reading Peter Erskine’s Secrets of the Sun-Solar Spectrum Environmental Art

Magical Pebble Paths That Flow Like Rivers

  Image credits: Judy White Image credits: themosaicman Image credits: Claire Ashman Image credits: unknown Image credits: lorifeger.hubpages. Image credits: sarako Image credits: pebbleandcomosaics. Image credits: Chuck Domitrovich Image credits: Francesca Gallo Image credits: Scott Weber Image credits: Sarah Garner Image credits: Jeffrey Bale Image credits: Jeffrey Bale Image credits: Jeffrey Bale Image credits: unknown Magical Pebble Paths That Flow Like Rivers The garden or back-yard is … Continue reading Magical Pebble Paths That Flow Like Rivers

The Notre-Dame Basilica in Montréal gets bathed in an immersive lighting experience

  Watch the video: https://youtu.be/nwHDyO745Bo AURA is one of art collective Moment Factory’s most ambitious illumination projects to date. Aura is among Moment Factory’s most ambitious and creative illumination projects to date. This 45-minute immersive sound, light and video projection-mapping experience is staged in Montreal’s landmark Notre-Dame Basilica. When James O’Donnell began his plan of … Continue reading The Notre-Dame Basilica in Montréal gets bathed in an immersive lighting experience