Chances are that if you ran into Guerra de la Paz’s colorful sculptures in an art museum, you’d enjoy them from afar and then take a few steps closer. That’s because the Cuban born American artists who make up Guerra de la Paz, Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz, create curiously interesting sculptures made out of old clothes. See more at My Modern Metropolis.
Above flew to Los Angeles for 12 days and hung his new revised “Movie star arrow mobiles” in the heart of Hollywood giving Los Angeles a large dose of exactly what it obsesses about; movies and the actors that make the city of Los Angeles so uniquely scandalous.
Taking 50 of each the top Male and Female Actors from Hollywood’s past and present, Above was able to kick off the start of his 4-month long summer tour in the city of Los Angeles. 100 brand new wooden “Movie Star Arrow Mobiles” were hung in Hollywood and Los Angeles areas.
Our friends over at the Windmill Factory tipped us off to a fantastic project they are working on called Reflecting the Stars. RTS is an Interactive Light Installation that will raise awareness and teach prevention techniques for light pollution. Check out the entire project here!
Wayne Haag graduated from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with distinction in 1994 with a BA in Illustrative Photography.
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Billboard variations feat by Koleston naturals and the nature.
Humans base nearly all of their decisions at least partly on aesthetics, including everything from what product to buy and which person to date. In the food industry, studies have shown that perception of taste and quality is highly influenced by the presentation. The same meal will taste quite different depending on the presentation, which is why many chefs invest significant time and effort in the presentation. For packaged foods, the same rules apply, so many companies invest time and money in making appealing and innovative package designs.
This post showcases 20 beautiful and inspiring package designs for a variety of foods and drinks, including coffee, tea, cookies, and bodybuilding drinks. Even if you’re not a package designer, you’ll still wish these products were available in your local grocery store.
Perhaps, one of the true talents of real visual artists is their ability to discover and reveal new shades, facets, and dimensions of the usual, familiar, and conventional things. Let’s take water for example… One of the most widely-spread substances on Earth every living person deals with every day. However, you will be amazed with the variety of unexpected forms and visual effects, which can be created with or by this chemical substance. Though its structure is defined as simple as H2O in chemistry, a single drop of water, captured by a skillful photographer, can reveal the whole new world of amazing color spectrum and super complex geometrical structures.
Water is usually perceived as a dynamic substance, which rarely stands still in the natural environment. However, human eye cannot catch all the changing nature of water in motion. Happily, the lens of digital cameras can… Even a drop, falling in to a glass of water, captured by a photographer, can be a masterpiece by itself. Indeed, water, whether it is a quiet brook, magnificent iceberg or a powerful mountain waterfall, has always inspired painters and visual art designers. Multiple water and liquid effects are commonly used in advertising materials or web graphics. Some of the visual art works, featuring water, are presented in the showcase below. It is not only a demonstration of highly versatile nature of water – it is also a source of inspiration and new creative ideas.
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