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Cornelia Konrads’s Amusing Site-Specific Art Installations

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Cornelia Konrads, a German artist, creates mind-bending site-specific installations in public spaces, parks, and private gardens all over the world. Her work is frequently distinguished by a distinct sense of weightlessness and a proclivity for defying accepted physics conventions. Continue reading »

Surreal Floating Sculptures & Installations by Derya Ozparlak

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Derya Ozparlak is a Canadian artist who delves into the complexities of the human experience through her multidisciplinary artwork. Graduating with a BFA in Sculpture from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Anadolu University in Turkey, Ozparlak has showcased her work across Canada and internationally in countries such as Italy and Spain. Continue reading »

Bardula: Combining Art, Science, and Technology to Create Luminous Masterpieces

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Bardula is the artistic pseudonym used by a creative couple based in Paris, whose passion for light, reflection, and new technologies has led them to create breathtaking kaleidoscopic artworks. Since their first collaboration on several pieces for the Baccarat Hotel in New York in 2014, Bardula’s unique luminokinetic art has captured the attention of art enthusiasts worldwide. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Dreamy Installations and Sculptures Made From Secondhand Books

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Su Blackwell has always been a lover of language. The written word, to her, was more than just ink on paper; it was a tapestry of meaning, woven together to tell a story. But it wasn’t until she journeyed to the exotic lands of Asia that her art took on a new dimension. Continue reading »

Huge Low Poly Art Sculptures and Installations by David Mesguich

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David Mesguich, a street artist and globetrotter, makes large installations that leaves where everyone can see them, in the public spaces of countries like France, Belgium and Poland. Continue reading »

Inside Outside: Performance Art in Public Spaces by Thierry Mandon

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Thierry Mandon uses the video, the photography, the performance and the installation to express the poetic character of the everyday life, to make subtle transformations, where the spectator finds at the same time tragic and comic aspects of his existence. Continue reading »

Fiber Artist Creates Large Woven Wall Hangings and Installations

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Based in Oakland, California, fiber artist Meghan Shimek creates large scale woven wall hangings and sculptures. Her engaging work is ethereal, whimsical and delicate, but rooted in the warm, earthy materials she uses. Exploring organic movement, Shimek’s weaving style allows the fibers to fall into an indeterminate pattern that reveals the beauty and vulnerability of her materials. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Ephemeral Large-Scale Art Installations that Aim to Reimagine Historical Buildings and Remote Landscapes

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UK-based environmental artist Steve Messam’s works seek to explore and uncover the layers of narrative within the rural environment, frequently drawing on existing uses of the land and reflecting an understanding of the geological, cultural and agricultural practices already being used to shape the landscape. Continue reading »

Gorgeous Ceramic Sculptures, Installations and Acessories by Elena Salmistraro

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Milan-based artist and designer Elena Salmistraro crafts exquisite ceramic pieces, including these limited edition sculptures of Mickey and Minnie Mouse, produced for Disney and Bosa, a leading producer of ceramic objects and accessories. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Superb Sculptures and Installations Using Wood & Resin

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Blake Mcfarland is a retired professional baseball player who now creates incredible sculptures using a number of different materials including wood, epoxy, metal, recycled tires and more. Continue reading »

Impressive Futuristic Installations and Sculptures by Jonathan Latiano

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Jonathan Latiano creates large, site-responsive, installation sculptures that investigate concepts of time and our subjective perception of the past, present and future. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Creates Superb Snowy Street Art and Installations

An artist from the Moscow region town of Protvino, Ivan Volkov, who paints in the snow, has become a hero of social networks.

His picture in support of doctors fighting the coronavirus instantly scattered across the Internet and received many positive comments. The “snowy” creator has already been compared to the British street art master Banksy. Continue reading »

Surreal Urban Installations by Alexander Chinneck

Often described as a magician, Alex Chinneck is above all a perfect director and an excellent technician. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Azuma Makoto Will Make You Rethink Flowers

Artist and botanical sculptor Azuma Makoto doesn’t care if flowers die—he lights them on fire, drags them underwater, drops them out of airplanes, and launches them into space. Continue reading »

“Submerged”: New Underwater Artworks By Jason deCaires Taylor

Jason deCaires Taylor (previously) is a sculptor, environmentalist and underwater photographer who places his public artworks at the bottom of the ocean in locations scattered across the globe. Continue reading »

When Architecture Meets Nature: Fantastic Giant Wooden Objects Of Henrique Oliveira

Henrique Oliveira’s work crosses the genres of architecture and art, challenging perceptions and labels of sculpture and painting. Primarily describing himself as a painter, Oliveira started with oil on canvas and is now additionally working with his own uniquely created style of painting, with wood. Continue reading »

Artist Dan Lam Crafts Colorful Art Of Neon Drips, Blobs, And Squishes

Born in the Philippines in 1988, artist Dan Lam cultivates upon our incessant yet human interest in the oddities of texture. Continue reading »

Futuristic Large-Scale Installations Built In The Heart Of Al Ula Desert In Saudi Arabia

A host of large-scale installations have been built amidst the canyons of the Al Ula desert in Saudi Arabia that reflect the landscape and its heritage for the returning Desert X exhibition. Previously located in the Californian desert, in the area known for hosting the annual Coachella music festival, Desert X Al Ula is the first site-responsive exhibition of its kind in Saudi Arabia. Continue reading »

“Field Of Light”: Bruce Munro Creates Colossal Light Installations Around The Globe

Back in 1992, when visiting Uluru in the Australian red desert, Bruce Munro felt “a compelling connection to the energy, heat and brightness of the desert landscape”. His ‘Field of Light’ is the embodiment of that experience. Continue reading »

“Origin Of The Beginning”: Surreal Woden Installations Inspired By The Childhood Memories Of Levi van Veluw

Dutch artist Levi van Veluw will showcase new work from a series of new installations, photographs and videos in which he draws from his own childhood memories to thematically and narratively develop his own brand ofself-portraiture. Continue reading »

Incredible Street Art And Installations By Pavel Puhov aka Pavel 183

Check some awesome street art works and installations, created by Pavel Puhov aka Pavel 183, a russian street art terrorist.

Pavel Pukhov fell in love with free expression when, as an 11-year-old, he stumbled upon Moscow’s infamous Tsoi Wall, an alleyway in central Moscow covered in graffiti and messages commemorating the life and cult following of rock star Viktor Tsoi. Continue reading »

Quirky Interventions By Octavi Serra Question The Rules Of Public Spaces

Octavi Serra uses the structures and symbolism of public spaces to question the systems we live with and find humor in their details. The Barcelona-based artist often engages with signage to subvert its original meaning, like forming a massive arrow pointing left with safety stickers that all individually indicate to exit to the right, or adding opposite directives to a signpost for routes to “hope” and “doom”. Serra also questions strictures of space, like adding “the road is lava” to a painted crosswalk, referencing the universal childhood game, or replacing parallel parking space lines with nonsensical squiggles. Continue reading »

“Immersive Illusions”: Dazzling Photographic Art Installations By Chris Engman

If you’ve ever been so taken by an image, you wished you could step into it, then Chris Engman is the photographer for you. Literally. Intrigued by the idea that pictures were one dimensional and unable to be penetrated from a 3D perspective, Engman played with the idea of creating a three-dimensional experience. Continue reading »

Gorgeous And Intriguing Series Of Photographs By Øystein Sture Aspelund Capturing Temporary Installations Of Smoke, Light & Fire, Set In Unspoilt Nordic Landscapes

The series “ÆON” is a collection of temporary installations of smoke, light & fire, set in unspoilt Nordic landscapes. Thematically, the series is examining our relationship with the landscape and natural habitat. It is focusing on how we, as humans, interact with our natural spaces and environments. Raising awareness and presence, the series is aiming to create a symbiosis with the installations and its surroundings, while at the same time reflecting on the so-called anthropocene epoch we live in today. Continue reading »

French Street Artist Takes Recycling To Another Level By Transforming Discarded Mattresses Into Delicious Food Sculptures

Yet another example that everything can be art if you are creative enough. If you have recently thrown away your old smelly mattress, you could now have the chance to bring it back home as a delicious looking treat, except for… it would hardly fit back in your bedroom. But we can definitely appreciate a healthy dose of unhealthy food in this unusual form. Continue reading »