The couple of freedivers Eusebio and Christina Saeyns de Santamaria, known as «One ocean One breath», exploring the pond around the world, plunging into the water deep down in one breath. Continue reading »
Judith G. Klausner is a Massachusetts-born artist who loves to play with her food, “recreationally and professionally.” her project entitled “From Scratch” turns pre-packaged foods into beautiful and creative works of art. Because cooking for the family is traditionally a job that is given to women, Judith is highlighting that fact that pre-packaged food has, in a sense, given women some freedom from this characterization. Continue reading »
The „T-Guardian“ is a sculpture which is travelling the worlds’ museums and exhibitions. Exclusively for the La Biennale Venezia the sculptors made their journey to Italy. Each day and night they show up on a different spot in Venice. This unique light project is created by Christoph Luckeneder and Manfred Kielnhofer. Continue reading »
The “Centrifuge Brain Project” gives an insight on scientific experiments with amusement park rides.
The Mine Kafon is a low-cost wind-powered mine detonator with the appearance of a giant spiky-armed tumbleweed.
Currently it is at a prototype stage and we are looking for support in order to turn it into a reality. If successful, we will be able to develop the prototype and test it in real minefields. Filmmaker Callum Cooper will also produce a documentary that will raise awareness on this global issue.
MINE KAFON is a Winner in the $200,000 FOCUS FORWARD Filmmaker Competition, and is vying for the $100,000 Grand Jury Prize, to be announced January 22 at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. It has also been recognized as an Audience Favorite. Learn more about the Competition and FOCUS FORWARD at focusforwardfilms.com Continue reading »
Environmental Portrait Photographer, Scott R. Kline, creates portraits that are warm in tone and color, engaging the viewer by being direct and honest. He seeks to illuminate the soul of those he photographs.
Scott is a contributing photographer at InMenlo.com, where his editorial photographs portray many of the movers and shakers of Silicon Valley. Scott is a member of Editorial Photographers (EP) and American Photographic Artists (APA).
His True Calling portraits catch people doing what they love. The Burning Man portraits celebrate the joy and creativity of that annual festival. His Women with Tattoos series delves into the beauty and art of the tattoo culture. Continue reading »
Bruce Campbell doesn’t just love planes, he lives inside of one. After purchasing a a Boeing 727-200 for $100,000, he placed it in his backyard, otherwise known as the middle of the woods in Oregon. Campbell’s startup costs were actually quite considerable. He paid $17,000 to move the plane from an airport to a staging site, $20,000 to rent the staging site for four months, $21,600 to remove the wings and tail, and $25,000 to finally move it to his house. Continue reading »
Homes 25-feet under the sea are a real life Octopus’s Garden. Like the famous Beatle’s song the modern and suburban houses have been created by British artist Jason de Claires-Taylor as homes for all the fish, lobsters and octopuses that would normally live in the reef. (Barcroft) Continue reading »
Gaynor Coley, Eden Project’s Chief Executive, waves as she tries out the SkyWire, the new zip wire attraction which opens to the public this week at The Eden Project on July 17, 2012 in St Austell, England. The new 740m zip wire, currently the longest in England, allows the public a bird’s eye view of the iconic Rainforest and Mediterranean Biome structures as well as the Cornish attractions outdoor gardens. The Eden Project – which opened in 2001 and has attracted over one million visitors – showcases 100,000 plants from around the world in two giant transparent domes, one of which is the world’s largest greenhouse, each recreating different climate conditions. (Photo by Matt Cardy) Continue reading »
The Vader Project is a reimagining of the iconic Darth Vader helmet curated by Dov Kelemer and Sarah Jo Marks of DKE Toys (dketoys.com). Kelemer and Marks gathered close to 100 of the hottest underground and pop surrealist painters, artists, and designers to participate. For this unique project each artist was given a 1:1 scale authentic prop replica of the actual Darth Vader helmet used in the STAR WARS™ films. The helmets served as a blank canvas for each artist to paint, design, mash up, and customize. Continue reading »
Curator Debby Hershman holds a 9,000 year old Neolithic stone mask, same as the one displayed on a screen during the launch of Google Art project at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Israel’s national museum announced it is joining the Google Art project, which provides online tours of museums around the world.(Oded Balilty/Associated Press)
Artists Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich are on Skye gathering recordings to broadcast from the Celeste, a yacht decorated with mirrored tiles, on 10 September. (Walker & Bromwich) Continue reading »
Google runs awesome art project! Explore museums from around the world, discover and view hundreds of artworks at incredible zoom levels, and even create and share your own collection of masterpieces. Continue reading »
“The People’s Cup” is a film about the World Cup, focused on people and their emotions. No football, just feelings. It was shot in the last World Cup by 32 filmmakers in the 32 countries that participated in the championship.
Siggi Eggertsson, an Icelandic illustrator, made all the graphic design.
Created by BOCA.
Hydroponics, or growing without soil, is a revolutionary way to maintain an indoor garden!
This is a site of art project and maybe the beginning of a new cult. It has its origins in Poland, where a young artist has chosen lucha libre as the topic of her graduation work at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan. The idea was to juxtapose the world of Mexican wrestlers with the grey and sad reality of Polish streets. As it happens, the project got out of control. Luchadores figures, which were originally made as part of the diplomma work, started to show up in different, faraway countries.
CLOSING THE WINDOW ON REAL LIFE POP-UPS
On the Internet, getting rid of unsollicited pop-ups is pretty easy. In real life, things are a tad more complicated. The Pop_Down Project aims at symbolically restoring everyone’s right to non-exposure: Just stick a “Close window” button on any public space pollution.
SOTSART by Alexander Kosolapov. He has lived and worked in New York City since 1975.
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