Installation of the master of the street art - Belin
Posted on 06 June 2010 by admin
Posted on 02 June 2010 by admin
That’s what happens when you try to pull a range of songs Aphex Twin with a strange name.
Spectrogram of this wonderful song for the Humanities contains a portrait of its author.
Posted on 23 May 2010 by admin
Polar bears and penguins committing suicide is the focus of a series of provocative art installations by Taiwanese artist Vincent J.F Huang. Dubbed the Suicide Penguins, Huang’s art explores the negative effects global climate change is having on the animals of the world, in particular the creatures living at the North and South Poles.
The Suicide Penguins art installation, located under Millennium Bridge in London, England features two glass penguins and a stuffed polar bear hanging from nooses.
Posted on 11 May 2010 by admin
Black Hole…huge ball 4 meters in diameter, is made of … 72 ordinary office chairs and Dead Star – taken from the set of used batteries. As its name suggests, the sculpture “slowly cooled since then, as it does not happen any electrical activity. Interestingly, while no longer able to be a source of energy, batteries nonetheless become a source of new life: the life works of art.
Posted on 02 May 2010 by admin
Pablo Lehmann: Paper Artist
So, so beautiful, and so many more over on Pablo’s website right here.
Posted on 15 April 2010 by admin
Posted on 09 April 2010 by admin
In 1499, Michelangelo created one of his most famous sculptures – La Pieta («Lamentation of Christ”), which became, according to art historians, the watershed between the Early and High Renaissance. And in 2008, the Polish artist Cordial Lewandowski creates his sculpture Game Over, which has become one of the most striking contemporary pop art sculptures.
Posted on 07 April 2010 by admin
photo © atelier van lieshout
Rotterdam-based Atelier van Lieshout’s (AVL) newest project is ‘cascade’ an eight-metre tall
sculpture made from polyester. the larger-than-life sculpture consists of eighteen stacked oil drums,
arranged to stand as a monumental column, and which look as if they are descending from the sky
like a waterfall. a syrupy, oil-like mass drips from the large drums, in which one can make out
the shapes of anonymous human figures in dramatic poses. in comparison to the robust contours
of the oil drums, the figures are limp and formless. despite looking fragile, these human-like figures
create the support network of the column, appearing as if they are in a way melting into one another
to form a single entity.
Posted on 02 April 2010 by admin
Maurizio Castellana – self-taught artist, at different times worked as a cook, a gardener, a security guard. Creative career began with the manufacture of furniture for her apartment, calling it “functional furniture with creative overtones.
Creativity Maurizio Castellana provocative. He became famous for his work La Nona Ora (The sculpture depicts the pope, has fallen from being hit by a meteorite).
Posted on 26 March 2010 by admin
Robert The, that is also a mathematician, has made these bizarre creations for many years. Walking that fine line between bizarre and functional, Robert The is an artist that takes books and cut forms out of them while creating a juxtaposition between the two.