This House Is Like Summoned From A Cartoon

This House Is Like Summoned From A Cartoon

A house that looks alive and jolly is not only possible in cartoons. This fanciful one-of-a-kind architectural piece was built in Braunschweig (or Brunswick), Germany at the beginning of the millennium. The main culprit for the Rizzihaus was the Brooklyn pop-artist James Rizzi, famous for his characteristic chromatic pop-art genius. Depending on where you stand,…

Crystal Universe

Crystal Universe

TeamLab, a Japanese interdisciplinary art collective created by artists, engineers, mathematicians, programmers, architects, and other creatives, brought together a 20,000 square foot installation presented in collaboration with Pace Art + Technology in California. This project, titled “Living Digital Space and Future Parks,” features 20 digital works, several that have been exhibited previously and others that have…

Animal Sculptures Combine Taxidermy and Upholstery

Animal Sculptures Combine Taxidermy and Upholstery

Our friends from a local upholstery cleaning company turned us onto one of their active customers, artist Kelly Rene Jelinek, who fabricates life-sized replicas of taxidermied animal heads using fragments of upholstery fabric. The decorative objects conjure nostalgia from Jelinek’s youth spent in rural Wisconsin where she frequently encountered taxidermy deer and game mounts as…

Street Art India: Borondo in Lodhi Colony, New Delhi

Street Art India: Borondo in Lodhi Colony, New Delhi

While you discovered his gigantic container piece a few days ago, Borondo also worked on a large mural located in the district of Lodhi Colony in New Delhi.  In town for the excellent St+Art India Festival, the Spanish street artist brought to life this breath-taking architectural piece which according to the artist represents the origins of the world.…

Art of Andrey Adno

Art of Andrey Adno

Conceptual artist Andrey Adno works with mixed media doing projects of different scales, from street art murals to a plywood layered masks   Via

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…

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