Goodbye April showers. This photographic project by New York-based artist Eric Cahan – entitled Sky Series – is luminous, vibrant, and completely inspiring, showing the awe that mother nature can and always will provoke… Continue reading
My favourite kind of art is that which makes us think about the natural environment and the elements; works that combine art and life. Finnbogi Pétursson- from Iceland – does just that.
Georgian-born, Berlin-based photographer Eka Sharashidze creates intricately detailed and almost obsessively repetitive photo collages.
Interactive projected sculpture? I need more of this in my life. This particular piece is called Nervous Structure (Field), and was recently completed by Annica Cuppetelli and Cristobal Mendoza.
Paul Cocksedge, a London-based designer, was commissioned to make this ‘caught in the wind’ sculpture for the city of Lyon’s annual Festival of Lights (ended 11 December 2011).
Where sculpture meets design; Heather and Ivan Morison created this cube structure that flies just like a kite.
Beijing-based photographer Jeremy O’Sullivan combines photographs and seeks out unique angles to create juxtapositions that are as carefully composed as they are unexpectedly random.
Photographer Zander Olsen has created this remarkable ongoing project entitled Tree, Line.