While walking through a public park in Boulogne-sur-Mer, France photographer Steve Hughes stumbled onto this fun installation of marigolds spilling from a giant paint tube. He says it was also accompanied by a large picture frame that was also filled with blooms. Good stuff. (via StreetArt Germany
Thomas Struth for the New York Times Like photographer Anderson Moran, who showed how scaffolding could be beautiful, German photographer, Thomas Struth, depicts a perspective-altering view of construction sites in his photo series “High Art.” The...
There’s a perfectly good explanation for why several plaster noses appear randomly around London's Soho neighborhood. However, the urban legends that have bubbled up around the mysterious sculptures may be even better.
Located in a busy shopping center in Prague, this twisting and reflective sculpture depicting the head of writer Franz Kafka is the latest kinetic artwork by controversial Czech artist David Cerny. Installed in 2014, the enormous mirrored bust is comprised of 42 independently driven layers of st
BY: LAUREN ALI ALL IMAGES BY STAN RAUCHER People can be found in their most vulnerable state while travelling on the underground subway system; their hands gripping the pole, gazing off into the floor or slowly dozing away in one of the seats as...
Even before Grand Central Terminal officially opened on February 2, 1913 New Yorkers were teased with descriptions of the mural that had been painted on its vaulted ceiling, with the New York Times telling of its “effect of illimitable space” and...
If you've been to Fes, Morocco, you'll immediately recognize the Grande Porte Bab Boujeloud, also known as "The Blue Gate of Fes." If you exit through the Bab Boujloud, however, you'll note that its other side is actually green.
Just a few hours ago, French street artist JR completed work on his latest public artwork, a large photographic piece that wraps the iconic glass pyramid outside the Musée du Louvre causing it to disappear against the palace facade. The piece is part of an event titled "JR au Louvre,"
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