METEORITE // 27th January 2014

Muonionalusta 1

  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

ENDANGERED // 13th January 2014


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

PROJECTING RECORD // 1st January 2014


Channel 5, North One Television and Namco Bandai Games UK today announce The Gadget Show has won a Guinness World Record for the ‘largest architectural projection of a video game’ using its most iconic character, PAC-MAN, for the series’ 250th episode! To celebrate the anniversary show, Namco Bandai worked alongside The Gadget Show and supported … Continue reading

FAIRY LIGHTS // 24th December 2013


Swimming in a sea of lighted squid, that is what artists Squidsoup will make you experiment through their project which has already traveled around the world. Encouraging first stage experiments in a new approach to creating digital volumetric material for use in the Ocean of Light hardware. They are running some 8,000 points of light, … Continue reading

MIRROR MIRROR // 16th December 2013

Lucid Stead

In October 2013, artist Phillip K Smith III revealed his light based project, “Lucid Stead”, an existing homesteader shack transformed into a light installation in the middle of the raw desert of Joshua Tree, California high Desert. The cabin reflects its desert surrounding, creating a mirage effect. Smith’s Lucid Stead was created using an aging … Continue reading

RAW DATA // 28th October 2013


“Raw Data” is part of a series of hand-drawn animations with ink, gouache, white-out and coffee by Boston Artist Jake Fried who has been an Educator at The Museum of Fine Arts since 2007.

REAL-LIFE PIXELS // 14th October 2013

Real-life Pixels

Aled Lewis, a London based designer and illustrator, takes his inspiration from comics, film and television. As a life-long gamer, he was always imagined what it would be to completely immersed in a pixel environment as if it was real. He thus created a photography series that integrates classic video game characters, from Mario Kart … Continue reading

REMAININGS // 23rd September 2013

watch parts sculptures

New-Jersey based artist Sue Beatrice started “All Natural Arts” as a celebration of nature in the form of jewelry and other whimsical items. The designs are created with the environment in mind. Recycled, upcycled and repurposed objects are combined with natural elements into unique, Earth-friendly items. Also a sculptor, she assembled mostly animals with elements … Continue reading

THE HIGH-LIFE // 9th September 2013


In the trendy Brooklyn ‘DUMBO’ neighborhood (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) in New York, an iconic clock tower was transformed into a stunning triplex penthouse. The apartment is part of an old industrial building that was originally built by cardboard manufacturers, and the tower transformation project was developed by David Walentas – the man … Continue reading

ON BOARD // 2nd September 2013


Back to the future has never been so present. Since watching the sequel, moviegoers only dreamed about owning a real-life Hoverboard, the flying skateboard. After the Delorean car, the Hoverboard is the second cult gadget of the movies and some unconditional fans have tried for ever to create a real version of the famous board. … Continue reading


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