In Head On, 99 wolves hurl themselves recklessly into the air, only to hit a glass wall before returning to the beginning.
Seemingly a peaceful gathering of predator and prey, the menagerie of Heritage conveys an almost reverential solemnity, in a lyrical utopian vision loaded with uncertainty.
A single spiral cut and some glue give new life to a discarded cable reel, transforming it to something new and unexpected.
DAYDREAM is an audiovisual installation that generates space distortions.
Street artist and illustrator Eric Lacan aka monsieur Qui declares that he loves pasting big posters in the streets!
The exhibition reinvestigates the concept of the camp and re-creates a domestic camp environment: ‘There is no camp like home’.
Created in collaboration with the National Museum of Natural History, Paris, Evolution is a series by photographer Patrick Gries on the theme of evolution.
No cutting or sewing was applied to this garment formed out of a single rectangle. The light which comes through the translucent linen create a fine motif of geometric shapes formed by folding.
The ‘phone booth aquarium’ questions the redundancy of old structures and offers a moment for urban dwellers to escape from their daily environment.
8,080 colored pencils form a colorful wave in this installation by Variable Projects at the University of Minnesota.
Tampering with the forms of classic American cars, icons of the ‘american dream’, the artist orchestrates a virtuoso dance of shiny metal.
Graffiti artists Pixel Pancho and Vhils have collaborated on a new mural in Lisbon that depicts a surrealist scene of a retro mechanical man holding a boat.
Beautiful pictures of the making of Ianus stone tub.
A jewelry photo-shoot for Vogue with model Gertrud Hegelund, mixed and overlaid in post production, became the canvases of the series’ paintings.
Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel were invited to come up with a special version of Land Rover Defender’s to celebrate its 65th birthday. The result is a masterpiece, a summary of their whole oeuvre in all its layered facets.
Los Carpinteros, have presented a series of watercolor paintings of crystal shaped glass structures juxtaposed to the human inhabitant.
The sculpture’s geometry plays with perspectives creating the illusion of infinity. The aluminum steps seem to ascend in an endless stairway to the sky.
A silk structure, simulates a residence like a 3d blueprintof the facades in scale 1:1, creating the ghost of a house within Seoul Box.
The playful wooden sculpture is an extension of the existing majestic fountain with the bathtubs spreading along the basin like a hand-held fan.
‘Legend of the giants’ adds a mixture of nostalgia and folk elements to urban art.
Artist FILFURY has created a new series of artworks that depict sculls and insects using digitally manipulated fragments of classic sneakers.
New York-based artist Shanti Grumbine creates intricate and complex hand-cut patterns with the New York Times as a canvas, reinterpreting – by deletion – the newspapers content.
Yayoi Kusama presents her latest exhibit entitled ‘I Who Have Arrived In Heaven’ at the David Zwirner Gallery in Chelesea, New York.
The Cubic Prism is a transient experience of shifting form, light and colours, creating a dynamic and spatial experience for the senses.
The paintings of Korean artist Jieun Park, thick abstract brushstrokes and nighttime cityscapes, reveal glimpses of cities in their grandeur and chaos.
Artist Joel Cooper creates impressive origami geometries in the form of decorative bas-reliefs and masks.
Street artist SpY has recently created ‘Grow’, a ‘natural’ mural in Besançon, France by partly pruning a climber and thus forming a circle on a wall.
LIKEarchitects have designed LEDscape, a light installation located at the Centro Cultural de Belém in Lisbon, Portugal.
Currently in the last stages of construction after nearly 7 years of development, the Kelpies are a pair of gargantuan horse heads by public artist Andy Scott.
Now through January 5th, 2014 redefining the architecture of the Espace Louis Vuitton are eight monumental pieces by internationally-renowned Japanese artist Mariko Mori.
A soft object which deforms and mutates with every movement of its temporary habitants.
Photographer Visarute Angkatavanich has taken stunning and beautiful photographs of Siamese fighting fish.