Lithuanian Bakery Created Giant Rye Installation In The Solar Power Plant

Lithuanian Bakery Created Giant Rye Installation In The Solar Power Plant

According to Natalija Kurganovė: “In our family bakery Biržų duona we recently opened modern Solar power plant and asked Lithuanian artis Agnė Kišonaitė to create something unique. Today you can see a rye installation from a bird’s eye view. This represents not only bakeries’ creativity, it is also about respect for our Lithuanian roots.” Continue reading »

The Biggest Anamorphic Illusion In The World Has Been Successfully Revealed On The Largest Outdoor Advertising Screen In South Korea

The Biggest Anamorphic Illusion In The World Has Been Successfully Revealed On The Largest Outdoor Advertising Screen In South Korea

The largest outdoor screen in Korea appears like a giant aquarium with a wave pool but is in fact an anamorphic illusion. Continue reading »

Land Art By Tanya Preminger Will Make You Lose Your Balance

Land Art By Tanya Preminger Will Make You Lose Your Balance

Land art piece Round Balance by Tanya Preminger gives a new meaning to playing with earth. The project expresses, in a material form, the philosophical law of life, of the balance between the opposite sides of one entity. Continue reading »

British Designer Paul Cocksedge Creates Awesome Curved Large-Scale Installation

British Designer Paul Cocksedge Creates Awesome Curved Large-Scale Installation
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This large-scale installation of British designer Paul Cocksedge Please Be Seated was presented at the London Design Festival in 2019. Continue reading »

An Immersive Lighting Installation Inside One Of San Francisco’s Most Important Religious Monuments

An Immersive Lighting Installation Inside One Of San Francisco’s Most Important Religious Monuments

The nonprofit Illuminate and Grace Cathedral present an immersive installation inside one of San Francisco’s most important religious monuments. Continue reading »

An Interactive Artwork That Wants Us To Focus On The Smallest Biggest Polluter Out There – The Cigarette Butt

An Interactive Artwork That Wants Us To Focus On The Smallest Biggest Polluter Out There - The Cigarette Butt

The cigarette butt is one of the biggest underestimated polluter of our soils, waters and oceans. This interactive art installation created by environmental artist Thijs Biersteker makes the impact of one cigarette butt visible in a stunning but shocking way. Continue reading »

Artist Emmanuelle Moureaux Creates A Colorful Installation Made Of 140,000 Pieces Of Paper

Artist Emmanuelle Moureaux Creates A Colorful Installation Made Of 140,000 Pieces Of Paper

Tokyo-based French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux recently hung 140,000 pieces of paper from the ceiling to create rainbow passageways in celebration of a Japanese soft drink company’s centennial. Each piece of paper is cut in the form of a symbol from the Japanese writing system, hiragana. The colorful installation, titled “Universe of Words,” opened this summer during the Tanabata Festival and was inspired by the tradition of writing wishes on paper and hanging them from bamboo branches. Continue reading »

A Bountiful Bouquet Of Colorful Blooms Emerges From This NYC Phone Booth

A Bountiful Bouquet Of Colorful Blooms Emerges From This NYC Phone Booth

Botanical designer Lewis Miller returns to the NYC streets to enliven an otherwise ordinary corner with a bountiful bouquet of flowers. Continue reading »

Art Object Dedicated To The Fire Problem In Siberia

Art Object Dedicated To The Fire Problem In Siberia

1,6 million hectares of Siberia are in fire – 232 hot spots are detected. 1,13 million hectares are in flames in Yakutia. The smoke spreaded to the Volga region and Kazakhstan. Continue reading »

This 20 Foot-Wide Tapestry By The Fiber Artist Vanessa Barragão Recreates The World In Textural Yarn

This 20 Foot-Wide Tapestry By The Fiber Artist Vanessa Barragão Recreates The World In Textural Yarn

In celebration of a partnership between London’s Heathrow Airport and Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, fiber artist Vanessa Barragão was commissioned to create a massive botanical tapestry. Using a range of techniques including latch hooking, felt needling, carving, crochet, Barragão mapped out and built up a textural surface that emulates a map of the world. Continue reading »

Street Art Sculptor “Unzips” A Building In Milan For Mind-Bending Art Installation

Street Art Sculptor “Unzips” A Building In Milan For Mind-Bending Art Installation

Street artist and sculptor Alex Chinneck has brought his mind-bending illusions to Italy with an incredible installation in Milan. Running alongside Milan Design Week, Chinneck has literally unzipped the front of a building in the city in what he calls the most ambitious work he’s ever made. In addition to the incredible exterior, the building’s interior is also filled with several installations that carry through the zipper theme, making for a cohesive and immersive experience. Continue reading »

This Art Installation Was Designed To Create Discussion On What Is Love In Modern Life

This Art Installation Was Designed To Create Discussion On What Is Love In Modern Life
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Wutopia Lab designed China’s first all carbon-fiber structure in the rural area of Zhejiang, in collaboration with digital construction team RoboticPlus.AI. With shrine of Whatslove, a red triangle robotically woven carbon-fiber structure, Wutopia Lab attempted to arouse discussion on what’s love in modern life and how to intervene the rural construction. Continue reading »

Guy Turns Bus Stop Into A Free Coffee Shop And Spreads A Little Joy

Guy Turns Bus Stop Into A Free Coffee Shop And Spreads A Little Joy

George Barratt-Jones set up a coffee shop inside a bus shelter and spread a little joy on people’s morning commute. George served people coffee, tea, and homemade cookies while cafe music played in the background. Continue reading »

This Immersive Installation Creates Night View Of Earth

This Immersive Installation Creates Night View Of Earth

It’s ironic how the rise in technology, which was thought to destroy borders and bring people closer, has coincided with a rise in xenophobia and isolationism. But it’s worth remembering the famous words of Japanese astronaut Mamoru Mohri: “I could see no border on earth from space.” Inspired by this illuminating thought, Japanese designer Eisuke Tachikawa (Nosigner) wants to show us what Mohri saw through an immersive, technological art installation. Continue reading »

Artist Turned 3000 Kilograms Of Clothing Destined For Landfill Into An Art Installation

Artist Turned 3000 Kilograms Of Clothing Destined For Landfill Into An Art Installation

“Blood Mountain” is a sculptural installation featuring a 3-meter high mound of red clothing and apparel. Upon closer inspection t-shirts with feminist slogans like “Girl Power” and “The Future Is Female” can be seen poking through the debris. Fashion items, once hung in pristine department stores, now presented as a giant pile of landfill. Uncannily, this imposing red mass is being exhibited in a former garment factory warehouse, now Grau Projekt, in Melbourne, Australia. Continue reading »

Artist Embeds Giant Neon Orange Monolith Into Coachella Valley’s Desert Landscape

Artist Embeds Giant Neon Orange Monolith Into Coachella Valley's Desert Landscape

Los Angeles-based artist Sterling Ruby has created ‘Specter’.

Inspired by strange and unidentified objects that often appear in the desert, this acid orange monolith attracts drivers with its orb-like glow. ‘Specter’ is made with powder-coated aluminium and silhouettes of the mountains and the sky reflect in its shiny surface, appearing silver on one side when the sun hits it. The cuboid is bedded into the desert sand and acts as a symbol of artificial versus nature. Continue reading »

“Reading The Road”: River Of 11,000 Glowing Books Flows Down City Street

"Reading The Road": River Of 11,000 Glowing Books Flows Down City Street

Thousands of books spanned from sidewalk to sidewalk in Ann Arbor’s Literature vs Traffic installation, creating a space for quiet reflection on the value of pedestrian-friendly public spaces and the absence of noise pollution. The intersection of Liberty and State, a major juncture in this college town, was closed down for a day and night to allow the work to be deployed and enjoyed. Continue reading »

Okuda Installs The World’s Northernmost Sculpture In Yakustk, Russia

Okuda Installs The World’s Northernmost Sculpture In Yakustk, Russia

As part of the project, curated by the National Art Museum of the Republic of Sakha, the northernmost sculpture of the famous Spanish street artist Okuda San Miguel (previously) was installed on the embankment of Sajsary Lake in Yakutsk, complementing the urban improvement program. Continue reading »

Artists Installed A Dumpsters Filled With Illuminated Plastic Garbage On The Street In Switzerland

Artists Installed A Dumpsters Filled With Illuminated Plastic Garbage On The Street In Switzerland

Last June, Spanish art collective Luzinterruptus installed two dumpsters filled with illuminated shopping bags outside the Gewerbemuseum in Switzerland. Entitled “Plastic garbage guarding the museum,” The installation was part of Oh, Plastiksack!, a plastic bag-themed art exhibition. The installation was left in place for 4 months until the bags began to resemble actual garbage. Continue reading »

A Flight Inspired Art Installation For The San Diego International Airport

A Flight Inspired Art Installation For The San Diego International Airport

Artist Mark Reigelman II has designed three permanent site-specific installations at San Diego International Airport, made from screens that showcase various plane designs. Working together with the airport staff from the Arts Program and Design & Construction department, and San Diego Air and Space Museum, the artist came up with a design that represented the local aeronautic history. Continue reading »

Russian Museum Has Created Christmas Tree From The Dissected LADA

Russian Museum Has Created Christmas Tree From The Dissected LADA

One museum in the Russia has a LADA of first model that is been dissected to display its every part. Now on holiday approaching they decided decorate it and have made a Christmas tree. The idea is pretty awesome! And this is how it looks on normal day when it is not a tree. Continue reading »

Book Lover Arranges Her Huge Library of Novels Into Imaginative Scenes

Book Lover Arranges Her Huge Library of Novels Into Imaginative Scenes

All book lovers will know that a great story can spark your imagination and transport you to another world. However, rather than keep each fictional story in the confines of their pages, self-described “bookstagrammer” Elizabeth Sagan pays homage to her love of literature by arranging her huge collection into imaginative book art displays. Continue reading »

These Inflatables Make It Look Like There’s A Sea Monster Attack In Philadelphia

These Inflatables Make It Look Like There’s A Sea Monster Attack In Philadelphia

Over at Philadelphia’s Navy Yard, street artists Filthy Luker and Pedro Estrellas have put up a huge installation that makes it appear as if a giant sea monster is trying to get out of a two-story warehouse. The piece, entitled Sea Monsters HERE, is the biggest inflatable sculpture made by the UK-based duo to date. It features colourful tentacles measuring 32 to 40 feet emerging from the structure’s windows, and curling up towards the sky. Continue reading »

British Artist Lucy Sparrow Makes An Art Installation Supermarket In Which Everything Is Made Of Felt

British Artist Lucy Sparrow Makes An Art Installation Supermarket In Which Everything Is Made Of Felt
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British artist Lucy Sparrow makes her West Coast debut this week with a nearly 2,800-square-foot supermarket in which everything is made completely of the crafting fabric beloved by kindergarten teachers and camp counselors. The installation, which is staged inside the Standard, Downtown L.A. and runs August 1 to 31, is fully shoppable. Continue reading »

“Human Nature”: A Stupefying Installation By Rikato Nagashima

"Human Nature": A Stupefying Installation By Rikato Nagashima

Artist Rikato Nagashima designed the installation entitled Human Nature, a tribute to Anish Kapoor, a British artist. This work was first exhibited at the Eye of Gyre Gallery, a building in Tokyo, and then transferred to an old clinic that was turned into an art gallery. And it must be said that the work is bluffing. Continue reading »