If the artwork is on train tracks, is it still called street art? Rail art? Either way, we’re loving this series by Portuguese artist Artur Bordalo in which he cleverly converts the horizontal lines of train tracks into a canvas. The series, which have been popping up on railways throughout Portugal since early this year, often use bright, neon colors which create a nice contrast between the dull gray rocks and tracks. Each work is accompanied by subtle titles that can be playful but also harbor critical or cynical undertones.
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We all are arts fan. When it comes to street art there is no limit on imagination. Street art is evolving into new areas of creativity every day. In this-post we present an amazing collection of street artworks related to nature. Hopefully, everybody will
Barbie is a role model for young girls, but when you see the unnatural way in which her body is put together, you might not want your daughters to follow in her footsteps. Conceived by Jason Freeny, the anatomical Barbie shows how the toy’s insides would look if it were human. That includes squashed organs and a distorted skeletal structure, proof that the bleach blonde plaything promotes an impossible standard of beauty.
Are you happy with current job? In a new series of humorous posters for Monster.com, one of the largest job search sites on the web, comes some inspirational words to Never Settle for work you don’t love.
What do you get when you take a Harley-Davidson V-Rod motorcycle, put an extra wheel on the front, install a couple of seats and top it off with a gorgeous fiberglass body? You get a Cirbin V13R, a tricycle...
the colorful lion represents statues that guard the front of chinese imperial palaces, tombs, and temples. The post barlo decorates jamie oliver restaurant with spray painted foo dog appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Who knew watching a ceramic artist at work could be so mesmerizing? The American Museum of Ceramic Art posted a video that showcases five South Korean artists diligently working on their beautiful ceramic pieces.
Temporary architecture, buildings created to be torn down after a special event or brief use, gave us fascinating and revolutionary works in the 19th and 20th century. But some outlasted their death sentences to become permanent. Here are some of the most amazing examples.
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This community viewing platform and play area, designed by Hong Kong architects Olivier Ottevaere and John Lin, provides a loop that rises up to overlook rice terraces carved into the surrounding valleys (+ slideshow).