The Art of Clean Up By Ursus Wehrli

December 18, 2014 | in Art
The Art of Clean Up By Ursus Wehrli

Swiss artist, designer and comedian Ursus Wehrli is famous for his extraordinary activities. However, sometimes he demonstrates amazing perseverance, as in this unusual project.

Huge Greenhouse with a Waterfall in the Middle by Moshe Safdie

December 17, 2014 | in Architecture
Huge Greenhouse with a Waterfall in the Middle by Moshe Safdie

Renowned architect Moshe Safdie started the building of the project of a giant greenhouse with a massive waterfall at its center. The project is being implemented on the territory of the Changi International Airport in Singapore.

Incredibly Detailed Cityscapes Drawn Entirely From Memory by Stefan Bleekrode

December 17, 2014 | in Illustration
Incredibly Detailed Cityscapes Drawn Entirely From Memory by Stefan Bleekrode

Dutch Artist Stefan Bleekrode draws something that on the first sight looks like ordinary cityscape drawings. However, there is a very distinctive feature in his works that make them pretty original.

Photos of Flowers Frozen in Ice Blocks by Kenji Shibata

December 15, 2014 | in Photography
Photos of Flowers Frozen in Ice Blocks by Kenji Shibata

Japanese artist and photographer Kenji Shibata is the author of an unusual series of photographs of flowers inside blocks of ice called Locked in the Ether.

Amazing 3D Graffiti that Seems to Float in the Air by Odeith

December 12, 2014 | in Street Art
Amazing 3D Graffiti that Seems to Float in the Air by Odeith

Portuguese street artist Odeith was born in 1976 in the small town of Damala. He first began to create his drawings back in the 80s. But only in the 90s he became interested in graffiti.

Steampunk Animals and Insects by Igor Verniy

December 11, 2014 | in Art
Steampunk Animals and Insects by Igor Verniy

Artist and sculptor Igor Verniy creates stunning steampunk sculptures of animals and insects using all sorts of things: automobile and bicycle spare parts, electrical supplies and other things.

Realistic Trolls Made of Clay

December 9, 2014 | in Art
Realistic Trolls Made of Clay

We don’t know very much about the author of this figurines. We know for sure though that the author’s name is Pete and he’s from the United Kingdom, and besides his hobby he teaches art.

The Hudson River Park: A Floating Park in New York

December 5, 2014 | in Architecture
The Hudson River Park: A Floating Park in New York

The Hudson River Park Trust officially announced the start of the construction of a unique project in the New York’s lower West Side, on the place of the damaged Pier 54.

Turn Boring Vegetables and Fruit into Fun Things with Open Toys

December 3, 2014 | in Design
Turn Boring Vegetables and Fruit into Fun Things with Open Toys

An original idea was developed by the designer of le FabShop. They used the modern technology of 3D-printing to create more attractive looks for vegetables and fruit. For this, they created a series of accessories called Open Toys.

Amazing Twisted Wood Sculptures by Xavier Puente Vilardell

December 1, 2014 | in Art
Amazing Twisted Wood Sculptures by Xavier Puente Vilardell

Belgian artist and sculptor from Brussels Xavier Puente Vilardell works not only with wood. This is just one of the many areas of his creativity.

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