Artist Paints Creatures She Sees ‘Living’ In The Walls Due To Pareidolia

Do you remember how you used to look at the clouds in the sky as a child and your imagination projected animals and various scenes of life? This phenomenon is called Pareidolia, which scientifically means the tendency to perceive a specific, and in a lot of cases meaningful images in completely random or ambiguous visual patterns. Continue reading »

Cool Snaps That Show Bedroom Walls In The 1980s

What did the 1980s bedroom walls have? Check out these cool snapshots to see. Continue reading »

An Instagram Account Dedicated To Japanese Walls

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It’s a common adage that often rings true, especially depending on your background. Walls, for example, don’t immediately come to mind as a thing of beauty. And thanks to a certain president, they don’t exactly have a great connotation right now. But none of that stopped one Instagram user from spreading his love for walls across the Internet. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Transforms Old, Shabby Walls Into Mesmerizing Art Objects

Sofia Maksimova, a Russian artist from Irkutsk, certainly has a very special source of artistic inspiration and tons of imagination: she amuses herself by transforming badly plastered walls into small pieces of art, posting “before” and “after” pics of transformed plastered walls (with drawings inspired by their beguiling kinks and contours). Continue reading »

Swarms Of Hybrid Creatures Flow Like Liquid On Walls And Buildings By Pantónio

Herds of serpentine rabbits, schools of fish, and flocks of interwoven birds all feature prominently in these recent murals by Portuguese artist Pantónio. Continue reading »

Delicate Patterns Adorn The Walls Of This Bright Nail Salon Interior

Architecture firm ARCHSTUDIO, have recently completed Lily Nails, a nail salon in Beijing, China, that features a dark hot-rolled steel plate exterior with glimpses of a bright white interior that has delicate patterns. Continue reading »

This Bathroom In A Chinese Park Has Translucent Walls

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A new toilet with transparent walls recently opened up in Shiyanhu Park, Changsha City, Hunan Province, China. It’s up high enough so that people outside in the park can’t see you, but the same can’t be said about anyone who might want to go to the bathroom at the same time as you. Continue reading »

Artist Covers Walls With Cross-Stitch Floral Patterns In Street Installations

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Set designer and artist Raquel Rodrigo brings the macro details of cross-stitch embroidery to building facades around Madrid. Her colorful installations are prepared beforehand with enlarged cross-stitch techniques utilizing thick string wrapped on wire mesh before each is unrolled and affixed to a surface. The decorative pieces create a fun, pixelated texture that looks completely different close up versus at a distance. Continue reading »

Japanese Art Store Lines Walls with Every Pigment Imaginable

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With a sleek, modern design and thousands of colourful hues lining its walls, the new “art supply laboratory” known as ‘Pigment‘ is an art lover’s dream come true. Owned by the Japanese company Warehouse Terrada and built under the architectural design of Kengo Kuma, this unique shop, based in Tokyo, acts as both a hub for artists to gather supplies and collaborate, as well as a venue that provides the opportunity for traditional material manufacturers to deliver high quality products that have been passed down for generations to their clients. Continue reading »

North West Walls Street Art Project

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Rock Werchter and Arne Quinze have been hatching a joint artistic project for about two years now. The extension of the grounds has finally made those plans possible. Continue reading »

Walls of Water

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People run away from a tidal bore as it surges past a barrier on the banks of Qiantang River, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province August 12, 2014. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)
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Belfast Peace Walls

Antonio Olmos photographs the walls built across Northern Ireland’s capital city as a means of defusing sectarian tension. There are 99 of them, dividing nationalist Catholic neighbourhoods from loyalist Protestant ones. Some of the walls date from the early years of the Troubles, but an estimated one-third have gone up since the IRA ceasefire in 1994. Now, ‘peace gates’ are being opened in some walls in an attempt to foster greater links between communities.


The biggest peace wall in Belfast runs along Cupar Way. It divides the east Belfast loyalist area of Shankill Road from the Catholic Springfield/Falls Roads area of west Belfast. Continue reading »

PIXERS: Your Walls & Stuff

Take a look at awesome interior projects, created by PIXERS, a group of Polish designers, involved in architecture, art and interior design. Continue reading »

Crawling Up The Walls

The Roggendorf House is covered by climbing figures called ‘Flossis’ by German artist Rosalie in Duesseldorf, Germany. (Martin Meissner/Associated Press) Continue reading »