Remarkable Images of African Orisha Deities

Remarkable Images of African Orisha Deities

Photographer James C. Lewis went out on a creative limb to re-imagine ancient African Yoruba deities - the Orisha, using striking models, expert photography, and inventive photo editing techniques.  While the true essence of the Orisha deities is likely poorly understood by most people in the modern world in comparison to their ancient and rich roots in African…

The First Underwater Contemporary Art Museum in Europe

The First Underwater Contemporary Art Museum in Europe

Museo Atlantico is the first underwater contemporary art museum in Europe. An expert on underwater sculptures, artist Jason deCaires Taylor has created a series of sculptural installations that inhabit Museum Atlantico’s ocean floor. The two installations look like treasures of shipwrecks, frozen in time and space. One of them is not only marvelous and mysterious, but…

Gorgeous Rich Culture Of Japan!

Gorgeous Rich Culture Of Japan!

The streets of Japan are famous for its remarkable culture. A Japanese photographer Takashi Yasui capture these streets for you. Have a look at his vibrant snapshots, he effortlessly take viewers to various streets all across the beautiful Japan. In these pictures you will see streets with beautiful sun light, women in silky kimonos, and…

Artist Installs Clusters of Security Cameras and Satellite Dishes in Public Spaces

Artist Installs Clusters of Security Cameras and Satellite Dishes in Public Spaces

Since 2011 Czech artiste Jakub Geltner, has been installing sculptural clusters of security cameras and satellite dishes regarding buildings and in public spaces, as portion of his ongoing urban project titled Nests. His latest installation, "Nest 05", which he presented at the 2015 edition of Sculpture by the Sea, in Aarhus, Denmark, features on top…

Chinese Farmers Turn Rice Fields Into Enormous Works Of Art

Chinese Farmers Turn Rice Fields Into Enormous Works Of Art

  Do you remember the beautiful and impressive crop circles in the popular 2002 movie Signs? Or perhaps the immense aerial view artworks in the children’s show Art Attack? Well, if you do then you will also love rice paddy art. In Shenyang, a city in the northeast of China there is a 25-acre theme…