The sights, sounds and smells of a hospital can make it a terrifying place, especially for children, but it doesn't have to be that way. Vital Arts, a British arts organization in charge of introducing art to Britain's hospitals, had 15 artists collaborate to turn the interior of London Royal Children's Hospital into as fun and colorful a place as a hospital can be.
Since the earliest days of Winamp and other media players with vizualization software that transformed our favorite songs into pulsing animations, we've all grown accustomed to "seeing" music on a computer screen. A new company called Reify aims to put those same sound wave interpre
Chaque mois, A Nous Paris sélectionne sur Artsper les oeuvres qui feront vibrer le coeur des parisiens et parisiennes. Et en ce mois d'avril, ce sera le street art, le genre préféré de nos collectionneurs! Des artistes les plus expérimentés aux nouveaux talents qui font fureur, A Nous Paris vous a choisi le meilleur de l'art en ligne. Les bons plans se trouvent aussi sur internet avec A Nous Paris! - Achetez des oeuvres d'art contemporain en ligne. Débutez ou complétez votre collection avec des oeuvres de qualité.
Talented Portuguese street artist Artur Bordalo (aka Bordalo II) has done it again, creating a beautiful and colorful owl sculpture on a wall in the city of Covilhã in Portugal out of recycled junk and trash. The sculpture, called “Owl Eyes,” was cobbled together from tractor tires, corrugated sheet metal, and other bits of urban scrap and trash.
Recycling stuff is awesome, but actually turning your old stuff and garbage into something new and useful is even more awesome! We love to write about DIY recycling projects, so if you're looking for any fresh ideas for reusing your old stuff, this is the post for you!
As a continuation of her impossibly miniature painting project, South African artist Lorraine Loots (previously) has embarked on her latest endeavor for 2015: Potluck 100. The new series involves 100 new artworks painted in four categories: Microcosm Mondays, Tiny Tuesdays (vintage book covers), F
French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu (previously) continues to travel the world to photograph vertical views of the spaces between buildings which he uses as a canvas for his comical illustrations. The gaps between roofs and gutters form the inspiration for different characters who inhabit the irr
Photo by Michal Cihlář Czech artist Veronika Richterová creates new life from repurposed plastic PET bottles. For the last decade the artist has used various methods of cutting, heating, and assemblage to build colorfully translucent forms of everything from crocodiles to chandelier light fixtur
London-based artist Zack Mclaughlin constructs uncannily realistic birds made from wood and cut paper leaves. A lifelong fascination with the natural world lead Mclaughlin to explore different kinds of 3d model making, first starting with wire and then moving into the more realistic sculptures you
Japanese artist Kohei Nawa (previously) just unveiled his latest creation, a small rabbit taxidermy covered in hundreds of translucent glass beads. Nawa refers to this sculpture series as pixel cell animals, and explains that "by covering the surface of an object with transparent glass beads,
Dutch artist and designer Daan Roosegaarde has created a beautiful and innovative glowing bike path that, when illuminated at night by glowing pebbles and LEDs, looks like Van Gogh's famous Starry Night painting. The kilometer-long bike path is located in Brabant, the Dutch county where Van Gogh was born and raised.
Photographer Emily Blincoe (previously) continues to make us smile with her arrays of food and plants perfectly organized by color. Blincoe collects every color permutation of tomatoes, oranges, eggs, and even candy and then sorts them into groups and gradients for each image. Her wi
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