Josh Brine highlights in a video entitled “Go, and Be,” the beauty of the mountain landscapes of Scotland. Between land and sea, the island offers a wonderful variety of tables where the call of nature is the key word and where human presence is scarce. These aspects make all its richness.
Through it’s series “Minding My Own Business,” the Japanese artist Yuken Teruya gets old newspapers and size of small trees in relief, using an X-Acto knife, glue and performing some kinks. A delicate and poetic work.
A Portuguese art director known as “Harmless” created a blog at Tumblr: 2 Kinds of People; devoted to illustrations that divide the population into two and reflect the habits of each, related to the digital age. We find people who honk their pages or they use a bookmark, who put three successive revivals and store… Leia mais 2 Kinds of People: Ilustrações
Carolina González Vives, Spanish architect, completed the roof and the terrace of Casadecor in Madrid with a series of inflatable capsules made to refresh and purify the air with technical water evaporation. This atmospheric observatory offers a new concept of air and water to visitors with an ecological dimension because this device consumes very little… Leia mais Observatório The Clouds
Based in Thailand, Tamra Chatikanon painted landscapes that surround it in watercolor. It reflects the reality in it’s own way, by placing the colors gently. The result is very pretty beaches and illustrations representing the atypical streets of his country to the last detail. Baseada na Tailândia, Tamra Chatikanon pintou paisagens que a rodeiam na… Leia mais Pinturas Bonitas em Aquarelas
In several cities in the world, the artist Jonathan Borofsky offers curious permanent installations. On a cylindrical rod fixed to the ground, very realistic human sculptures made of stainless steel and resin walk towards the sky as spectators, watching the scene from below. Em várias cidades do mundo, o artista Jonathan Borofsky oferece instalações permanentes… Leia mais Escultura Walking to the Sky
By mixing anatomical drawings, geometric shapes and game of transparencies, the Italian artist Vesod creates amazing oil paintings giving the illusion of being three dimensional. Ao misturar desenhos anatômicos, formas geométricas e jogo de transparência, o artista italiano Vesod desempenha pinturas a óleo surpreendentes que dão a ilusão de ser tridimensionais.
For installation in the “Sculpture by the Sea” festival in Aarhus, Denmark, the Swedish artist Susanna Hesselberg chose to install a library “deep”, covered by a glass and dug in the ground and the earth. Spectators can watch the pounds like the bottom of a mine shaft. Entitled My Father Died When It Was Like… Leia mais Biblioteca-Abismo sob o Solo