This is a great interactive installation realized by White Void.
The “Polygon Playground” is a large scale interactive lounge object. It offers room for up to 40 persons at a time to walk, sit and explore its multifaceted surfaces. Gradient ramps guide to the top plateau or offer space to sit and rest.
I simply love it!
The German artist photographer Isabelle Wenzel creates intriguing conceptual shots simply using her body.
I really like the way she transforms herself in a very unique way, creating minimal and colored composition.
I’ve always loved the street art installations by Aakash Nihalani, and I want to honor his extraordinary works with a personal selection of my faves.
I love tape, and I think that him use it in a clever and gorgeous way.
Enjoy this stop motion animated music video for Talk Is Cheap song by Chet Faker.
Weekly inspiring collage artist!
Enjoy the playful embroidery collages by the Dutch artist Hagar Vardimon-van Heummen, better-known as Happy Red Fish.
Enjoy the Northern Lights show through the time-lapse video by Ole C. Salomonsen.
Controlled Burns is a weird and fascinating photo series by the American artist Kevin Cooley
In Controlled Burns, swirling and imposing clouds of smoke contend with one another in a physical battle between diametrically opposing explosions of black and white. From a structuralist point of view, this imagery serves as metaphor for binary opposition, e.g. good vs. evil or day vs. night, yet this is not the sole line of inquiry. Inspired by the smoke signals of the recent Papal conclave which uses smoke as form of basic communication, this series is apart of a larger artistic pratice focusing on human relationships to nature. Fire is a powerful natural force that we harness for greater good, and it is the only Classical element, that we can create on demand, yet when out of control it has the potential for grave destruction. Contolled burns, is a visual representation of an inherit duality in how we interact with nature, symbolizing our desire to conquere and control nature, reminding us that sometimes we must fight fire with fire.