Some of these tiny collages below are now available in my Etsy shop.
10 pieces of this new series can be yours if you live or pass by Edinburgh city. I participated to Artobotic Project, where you can purchase affordable and tiny art through some vending machines around the city. I love this idea!
What if an artist transforms an anonymous and not so pretty pothole into a piece of art? Jim Bachor is a smart artist that creates wonderful pop style installations inside potholes found in the streets.
Using classic mosaics, Jim gives a contemporary switch to this antique art technique, creating “tasty” works. He was able to turn several potholes into yummy ice cream compositions.
The Argentinian artist Raul Lemesoff drives around the city of Buenos Aries with his wonderful library tank. The project is called “Weapon of Mass Instruction” and the idea behind is simple and so clever at the same time.
Raul loves to share happiness and to reinvent things, so he putted these two things together to create a mobile tank full of books to donate for free to the pedestrians.
A symbol of war and destruction become an inspiring place that brings culture and joy. If you want to contribute to this project you can donate money or books through this link.
Enjoy 320° Licht’ installation, where a gasometer was transformed in a cathedral-like beauty just using an intricate projection of shapes and lights.
Within a radius of 320 degrees graphic patterns grow and change on the 100-metre high inside wall of the Gasometer.
The observer experiences the interplay between real and virtual space, in which the Gasometer seems to dissolve into its own, filigree structures and yet finally always reverts to its clear shape. ’320° Licht’ is achieved with kind project support from Epson Germany.
With approx. 20,000 square meters of area played upon, the installation is among the world’s largest and technically most sophisticated interior projections – interconnecting 21 powerful projectors to one projection screen.
Duration (loop): approx. 22 min.
‘320° Licht’ is part of the exhibition ‘The Appearance of Beauty’ – the variety of beauty in art that is shown inside the Gasometer.