STEAMPUNK GAMEBOY // 2nd March 2015

steampunkgameboy-0

What would a Gameboy look like if it had been created during the Industrial Revolution? French artist, Elise Siegwald, has given us a creative glimpse by adding a Steampunk look to the most popular handheld video game device. By replacing the case and using acrylic paint, thread and some clock machinery, the Gameboy has become … Continue reading

OCEAN GRAVITY // 23rd February 2015

diver

The famous free diver Guillaume Néry and his partner Julie Gautier recently unveiled “Ocean Gravity”, a short film showing the power of the ocean’s currents. During the three minute clip, the freediving World Champion rides the deep underwater currents along Tiputa pass (French Polynesia), as if he’s flying weightless through space. “Ocean Gravity turns underwater … Continue reading

DIGITAL ART // 9th February 2015

GIF

Early January 2015, INSA came up with a unique and ambitious art project to make the world’s largest animated GIF in Brazil visible from space. The UK street artist is known for creating large-scale murals named ‘GIF-ITI’: animated graffiti designs which are meant to come to life through a looping GIF. This technique requires a long work process … Continue reading

BACK TO THE FUTURE // 2nd February 2015

BTDFposter_feeldesain_00

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Back to the Future franchise, the English digital artist Andy Fairhurst realized 3 posters prints, specially designed for the Bottleneck Gallery in New York. Renowned for its pop culture based artworks, Andy Fairhurst offers his own take on this 80’s icon from a bird-eye perspective. Taken from the above … Continue reading

LIGHT SCULPTURE // 26th January 2015

JT1

Summer solstice 2013, the artist James Turrell had his work, which explored his ongoing fascination with the perception of light, colour and space, showcased at the Solomon R. Guggenheim museum in New-York. Visitors discovered Turrell’s major project especially designed for the Guggenheim called “Aten Reign“. It reimagines the rotunda of Franck Lloyd Wright’s iconic building … Continue reading

RIVERBED // 12th January 2015

1

Transforming an entire wing of the Louisiana MoMA (Humlebæk, Denmark) into a rocky landscape, the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson focused on inhabiting space in a new way by inserting new patterns of movement into the museum. Indeed, the artist brought 180 tons of stones from Iceland and created a stream of water to represent a natural and … Continue reading

GEOMETRICAL // 8th December 2014

Frank stella art basel miami 14

Frank Stella was one of the well-established artists represented at Art Basel Miami Beach this past December. Born in the mid thirties, this all-American artist’s popularity hasn’t decreased and 2015 will mark the year of his retrospective exhibition in the US. His body of work includes concentric squares and mazes from the sixties and seventies … Continue reading

SUPERHEROS // 24th November 2014

52acd42d0e9efbc60de70de36e74b958

To celebrate his first Asian exhibition, Jeff Koons is paying tribute to superheroes and comics book. Widely known for his pop culture influence, Koons went for the 60’s monster comics – Hulk – in his current Hong Kong exhibtion “Hulk Elvis” at the Gagosian gallery, showing machined bronze sculptures and paintings mix of nudes and … Continue reading

BREAKING THE WALL // 10th November 2014

East-Side-Gallery-Berlin-18(1)

On November 9th, at night, the Berlin Wall fell down leading the way to the Reunification of Germany. During its nearly 30 years of existence, the Wall was untouchable. The wall is of course a strong historical symbol but also became an artistic monument thanks to the hundreds of artists who came after the fall … Continue reading

BODY AND MIND // 3rd November 2014

Tape Paris 2

It took twelve people ten days to transform the great entrance hall of Paris’ Palais de Tokyo into 50 meters long maze of accessible translucent passageways reaching a total height of 6 meters. Showing until January 2015, the group exhibition “Inside” allows you to walk through this tape installation as a metaphor for an inside … Continue reading

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 220 other followers