“What If We Could Swim In The Clouds?”: Artist Laurent Rosset Mixes The Sky With The Sea

Italian-born and Danish-based architect and digital Art Director Laurent Rosset (previously) is so inspired by his travels on a plane and amazed by seeing everyday elements from a different angle, that he decided to challenge the reality and release a new ‘Sea of Clouds’ series of dreamy artworks. using Photoshop, the artist blends details of natural beauty together and drowns clouds in the sea. Continue reading »

The Daydreamer Sofa Was Inspired By Clouds

Taiwanese designer Cheng-Tsung Feng has designed Daydreamer, an indoor leisure chair or sofa that’s derived from the imagination of a cloud from our childhood. Continue reading »

The Serendipitous Clouds And Faux Reflections Of Photographer Kanghee Kim

Photographer Kanghee Kim juxtaposes day-to-day moments to create scenes that peek into an alternate world, subtly placing faux reflections in coils of cable or in the streak of a rear windshield. Continue reading »

Between Clouds And Mists: Beautiful Rural Poland In Dreamy Photographs By Marcin Sobas

People rarely see how beautiful the rural country-side is in reality, many live in such areas for their entire lifetime not realizing in what an amazing environment they have the privilege of living. In this example a large compilation of photos is taken in Poland during few sunrises and sunsets. Continue reading »

An Artist Creates Dreamy Illustrations Out Of Clouds

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Few things are more beautiful than puffy white clouds floating in the bright blue sky. Do you remember the time when you would lay on the soft green grass, look up at the sky, and try to recognize shapes in the clouds floating overhead? Wasn’t it wonderful, just lying there, letting the wind caress your skin, as you imagine that the clouds in the sky are actually mystical or not-so-mystical creatures? Dragons, ducks, teddy bears, dinosaurs, everything was up there. Continue reading »

This Box Shows Tomorrow’s Weather On Your Table With Real Rain And Clouds

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Ken Kawamoto, a software engineer by day and gadget inventor by night, likes to “break the barrier between the digital world and the real world ,” and he has done just that with his latest invention – the Tempescope. This little box can create real raindrops and clouds and simulate lightning and sunlight to show you the weather forecast or real-time weather display. Continue reading »

Photo of the Day: Clouds of Gibraltar

A cloud partially covers the tip of the Rock of the British territory of Gibraltar at sunrise from La Atunara port before Spanish fishermen sail in their fishing boats with their relatives to take part in a protest at an area of the sea where an artificial reef was built by Gibraltar using concrete blocks, in Algeciras bay, La Linea de la Concepcion in southern Spain August 18, 2013. For just over an hour some 30 fishing boats circled where 70 3-tonne concrete blocks were dropped in July to form a reef that Spain said was not legal and prompted the government to ramp up border checks with the British overseas territory. (Jon Nazca/Reuters)

Head in the Clouds by Studio Klimonski Chang Architects

Head in the Clouds structure’s armature is made from 1.5″ aluminum tubes that use less material and are easier to transport than more traditional materials such as wood. All the materials are recyclable. Klimoski and Chang worked with schools and local organizations, including New York Road Runners and NYCRUNS, to collect the 53,780 milk jugs and water bottles needed to create Head in the Clouds. The jugs were used to create 120 “pillows” that give the cloud its bumpy, organic shape. The bottles, accentuated with organic food coloring and water, create the interior’s blue hue. Continue reading »

Silver Clouds

Children play with ‘Silver Clouds’ as part of an Andy Warhol installation in the GLAM-Exhibition in Frankfurt. (GETTY IMAGES)

UFO Clouds

Lenticular clouds pass in sweeping layers over the port village of Fionnphort on the Isle of Mull in the Inner Hebrides. The high-altitude lens-shaped formations often have a smooth, saucer-like shape and have sometimes been mistaken for UFOs. (PictureScotland / Alamy)

Between Earth and Clouds

Artwork titled “Between Earth and Clouds” by Nigerian artist Bright Ugochukwu Eke is displayed as part of the “DON’T/PANIC” exhibition at the Durban Art Gallery. The exhibition, commissioned on the occasion of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change meeting, houses works of renowned African artists dealing with the topic of climate change and global warming. The work is made up of hundreds of small packets of water, some filled with carbon. (Reuters)