Right in the center of an invisible circle between London, Paris and Brussels, the city of Lille’s heart is sure to pound throughout the Lille3000 FANTASTIC 2012 festival.
Tokyo is a city like no other; a sprawling metropolis that never ceases to amaze.
Dozens of Cement People Dangling from Umbrellas in a Prague Office Building
An Interactive Fabric Surface by Aaron Sherwood
UK-based illustrator Carne Griffiths creates these striking portraits with uncommon mediums such as tea brandy, vodka, whiskey, graphite and calligraphy ink. His drawings most frequently explore human and floral forms, as says he’s “fascinated by the flow of line and the ‘invisible lines’ that connect us to the natural world.”
Giant Tree Branch Sculpture Installed at Croajingolong National Park by Corey Thomas
Norwegian conceptual artist Rune Guneriussen explores a fascinating balance of human culture and nature with his outdoor installations of electric lamps, stacked books, chairs, and phones that appear to have gathered in small herds and swarms as if suddenly sentient.
Carlos Amorales Adorns Gallery Walls with Thousands of Black Paper Moths
Brazilian-born artist Harding Meyer lives and works in Berlin and Karlsruhe where he paints stunning, large-scale oil portraits.
CLOUD is a large scale interactive installation by artist Caitlind r.c. Brown that appeared September 15th as part of Nuit Blanche Calgary in Alberta, Canada.
Pencils, pegboards, pins, pixels — we’ve been fascinated for a long time by the notion of creating big things from tiny parts. Hiding the image in plain site. Creating pointillist art with physical objects.
If Paul Gauguin hadn’t died four years before Frida Kahlo was born, one might suspect that Gavin Brown is their lovechild. Certainly his art carries the organic lushness and slight madness of Kahlo’s many self-portraits and Gauguin’s Polynesian-period art.
What does a portrait say? This simple question inspired a project that goes beyond physical traits and into the interior world of a human being.