Khyzyl Saleem aka The Kyza is a 20 years old self-taught graphic designer and illustrator from Manchester, United Kingdom. He’s currently working fulltime for an agency in the UK, but he’s doing freelance as well.
An oil painter since he was five years old, Tigran Tsitoghdzyan is a master on the canvas, holding his first solo exhibit at the ripe age of ten. Now well into his thirties, works by this Armenian artist are still just as awe-inspiring.
Last seen in Coffs Harbour earlier this month (Covered), Fintan Magee is now in Indonesia for the Jakarta Biennale 2013. The popular Australian artist quickly painted this signature piece depicting an Ant carrying a Monorail Pillar.
This conceptual skyscraper for Berlin has a twisted figure-of-eight structure that curves around elevated gardens and greenhouses.
Agnieszka Preibisz and Peter Sandhaus, architects based in Berlin, developed the design to contribute to a new masterplan being put together for the eastern quarter of the city.
Describing the building as a "vertical garden city", the architects have planned a network of gardens and greenhouses that would slot into the two hollows of the figure-of-eight, intended to serve a growing desire among city dwellers for self-sustaining gardening.
Drawing from both nature and her fervent imagination, Tiffany Bozic's new solo show, "Sense of Wonder" at FFDG in San Francisco, combines true-to-life anatomical renderings of nature while remaining devotedly surreal.
While we last heard from him last summer, Lonac is back on the streets of Zagreb with a brand new mural. As usual with the Croatian artist, he worked his magic through a photo-realistic street piece which is showing a massive human-owl.
Globe-trotting artist C215 is currently in West Africa where he brought his lovely Street Art to Senegal. His first two stops were Saly and Mbour where the French artist painted several of his signature stencils.
What makes a building world-famous? The answer is most likely some combination of magnificence, size, and historical importance. But it’s far from an exact science, and many of the world’s most impressive architectural landmarks are therefore not very well known outside of their own locations.
Thankfully, this post on Quora sheds some light on the lesser-known architectural landmarks on the planet. Read on to find out which marvels you may have missed…
Finally, there are buildings which, whilst impressive, are perhaps forgotten because they are overshadowed by far more famous twins. This is the case for Choquequirao (“The Other Machu Picchu”), Taj of the Deccan (“a poor man’s Taj Mahal”) and the “Great Wall of India” at Kumbhalgarh.
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