Baptized Rainworks the invisible art of the Seattle-based artist Peregrine Church began appearing last year. Each installation is made from an environmentally friendly water-repellent coating that can lasts from four months to one year. Seeing this material used on clothes, the native of Seattle had the idea to spread it on the ground to reveal his works under the rain.
The Maison de Moggy is a cat cafe which has recently opened in Edinburgh. The interior has been thought by designers at SPLINTR ; they wanted to design a place that could be comfortable for the 12 resident cats and the customers. It’s the first cat cafe in Scotland.
Hayato Wakabayashi, a Tokyo-based photographer, started a series called “Gravity” in which he captures caves, frost and frozen waterfalls we can find on Japanese mountains. He considers his cliches like a spectacular document on natural phenomenons.
The South Korean artist Do Ho Suh creates huge sculptures and installations that will leave you open-mouthed. His works defy conventional notions of scale. The artist appropriates the exhibition and draws attention to the way the spectators occupy and inhabit public space.
Through his series “Minding My Own Business”, Japanese artist Yuken Teruya takes old newspapers and carves little trees in relief, by using a X-Acto knife, glue and making a few folds. A delicate and poetic work exhibited at the Josée Bienvenu Gallery, in New York.
To celebrate the Air Max Day 2015 on March 26, Nike decided to settle in the Parisian Metro. the ghost station, located between Republic and Strasbourg-Saint-Denis on line 9 to Pont de Sèvres, hosts a stunning light installation consists of red and blue giant bubbles, and a sparkling logo.
Now exposed in Hong Kong, here are these incredible beeswax sculptures created by Chinese artist Ren Ri. The artist has been beekeeping for almost a decade and has created various works of beeswax-based art whose this series of maps of the world.
Design studio Synthesis Design + Architecture, based in Los Angeles, has designed an amazing chair thanks to a 3D print and different materials for each part of the object. They have called the 3D print company Stratasys for the “Durotaxis Chair” : they wanted a print in a row that could design all the materials.
Founded in 2002 by Elon Musk, SpaceX is an American company of astronautic and spatial flight. Most of the pictures we get from space come from the NASA that also works with the SpaceX. Recently, SpaceX decided to share, for free use, its cliches of rockets’ launchings and celestial objects in a gallery of more than 100 images.
In 2009, in the ocean of Cancun, the sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has designed a sort of underwater museum, by installing almost mythological sculptures in the middle of sharks. English photographer Claudia Legge, known for her submarine photographs, wanted to capture this mysterious and secret museum. Find out more in images.
Here is the new invention VeinViewer from the medical holdings Christie, a gadget treatment that allows medical personnel to reveal the veins using a fluorescent liquid which is seen through the skin. The system works up to 15mm deep. To discover in the article.
Tobbe Malm is a blacksmith and photographer based in Oslo. He produced fantastic sculptures recovering old bolts. One day, the man stumbled on rusty bolts and immediately recognized the broad hats and thin stems as having human physical characteristics. The series began.
Ralf Brueck is a German artist born in Dusseldorf. From 2010 to 2014, Ralf has developed a series entitled Distortion in which he stretched photographic elements. A kind of digital manipulation to extract images from of their main element and giving new meaning to the viewer.
The Belgian artist and diver Sylvie de Burrie recorded underwater scenes with coral pieces to create an abstract beautiful gallery. Photos from “My Life Aquatic” series allow viewers to observe these elegant creatures reefs arranged in repetitive patterns.
From the 12th of March to the 8th of April, we can admire the brand new installation of American artist Richard Wilson, for the Hong Kong’s Art Basel. It’s a life-sized Harrington Legionnaire Bus that is suspended on the edge of the Peninsula Hotel. This work is inspired by the British movie “The Italian Job” (1969) where we can see a bus hanging in altitude.