Impressive Conceptual Architecture And Art Projects By Michael Jantzen

Michael Jantzen (previously) explores art, architecture and design in his imaginative renderings of conceptual buildings and structures inspired by nature, technology and science. Continue reading »

Photographer Dana Lixenberg’s 22-Year-Long Series In One Of LA’s Oldest Housing Projects


Dana Lixenberg

Photographer Dana Lixenberg is the woman behind a whole stack of iconic images of your favourite rappers of yesteryear. A slightly worse-for-wear Puff Daddy laying cocooned on a bed in a fluffy towelling robe surrounded by archaic communication devices, Biggie Smalls counting 50 dollar bills in an acid-tripping jumper, a doe-eyed Tupac gazing soulfully into the camera lens: looking through Dana’s archive brings a needle and thread to all the uncredited images you’ve seen floating around the internet but never had a clue as to their origins. Continue reading »

Thsi Artist Projects A Digital Street Art Safari Across Orlando Architecture

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Following the wild popularity of his ‘urban safari’ in Paris, french artist Julien Nonnon continues the series the other side of the Atlantic, bringing digital street art to sunny Florida. During two nights in November, Nonnon projected new characters and creatures around downtown Orlando, allowing the collection of smartly-dressed figures to interact with the urban landscape, the architecture of the city and the night light. Continue reading »

Street Artist Projects Fashionista Animals On Buildings In Paris

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French artist Julien Nonnen, has created “Safari Urbain,” a collection of human-like fashionista animal images that have been projected on buildings throughout Paris.
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Awesome Architectural Projects by Arthour Koupreychouk

Awesome industrial design projects by Igor Chak

Check out outstanding industrial projects of international design craftsman Igor Chak. Continue reading »

Amazing dynamic projects by Aaron Koblin





Aaron Koblin
is an artist specializing in data visualization. His work takes social and infrastructural data and uses it to depict cultural trends and emergent patterns. Aaron’s work has been shown at international festivals including Ars Electronica, SIGGRAPH, OFFF, the Japan Media Arts Festival, and TED.