The creative duo Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto from Floto+Warner has produced magnificent high speed photographs of color splashes. The photographs of paint floating in mid-air forming weird shapes gives the impression of a sculpture. The shots were taken at extremely high speed, about a 3,200th of a second. The artists sought the harshest, most … Continue reading
Owning your own private Cloud is now possible thanks to New Zealand based design studio Richard Clarkson. The “Cloud” is an interactive lamp and speaker system, designed to mimic a thundercloud in both appearance and entertainment and shaped as a cumulus cloud. The Cloud Using motion sensors the cloud detects a user’s presence and creates … Continue reading
wang2mu is a Shanghai-based illustrator who creates very complex and detailed illustrations using only ballpoint pens. His consistent use of red and blue pens give his artworks their own identity and personal style. Wang2Mu works around themes of technology, childhood nostalgia, and domestic culture of Ghuangzhou.
“Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas” is an exhibition at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art, presenting 17 of the most rare and visionary automobiles. Curated in partnership with Ken Gross, veteran automotive writer and historian, the exhibition uses the automobile as a lens to explore the ideas behind design and innovation and features some of … Continue reading
Back in September a start-up only wished to create a real flying hoverboard. It seems that this dream has come true… or has it?
This spectacular house is Villa Kogelhof by Paul de Ruiter Architects in the Netherlands. One of the main principles of Villa Kogelhof was to translate luxury into the happiness of independence. The goal for the villa was to be self-sufficient; to generate its own energy, to heat its own water and to recycle the garbage. … Continue reading
Evan Holm succeeded in submerging a record player record player and still get nearly perfect audio. In his performance named “submerged turntables” the artist pays tribute to human culture that he predicts to be dissolving back into the ground. He wants his sculpture to be optimistic with the sound and the melody passing through the … Continue reading
How to bring an iconic piece from the 1980’s to life? According Oslo-based advertising creatives Jason Kinsella and Charlotte Bakken, you simply need one of today’s most iconic pieces. What the creative duo they achieved is they combined the 1984 Apple Macintosh computer with an iPad incorporated inside the machine. The trick: they constructed the … Continue reading
A meteorite is a non-terrestrial natural object originating in outer space that survives impact with the Earth’s surface. Meteorites are billions of years older than our planet Earth, travelling in time and space long before our planet about 4.6 billion years ago. They can be made up of a wide range of minerals, ice … Continue reading
Marfa, Texas may be a small american town but it offers two great outdoor artworks that are threatened by the local authorities to be taken down. Playboy Marfa, a commissioned artwork by Richard Phillips, stands beside Highway 90 in Marfa, TX since last summer. It consists of an installation composed of different elements, a 40-foot … Continue reading