Javier de Riba spray paints abandoned buildings, but not in the way you might imagine. Instead of working on the interior or exterior walls of the buildings he finds, de Riba spray paints the floors, mapping out bright geometric patterns both large and small. The patterns de Riba creates look e
Meet Itamar Gilboa, the Israeli born artist, who now lives in the inspirational city of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where he moved from his home country to study art. His studio is filled with his lifetime work. And what about his latest project? Mr.
Louise Zhang's Slosh Samples look like floating paintings, three-dimensional depictions of 2D abstract work. The bottles contain brightly colored fluids that separate and congeal, containing everything from polymer clay to flubber. At first one is delighted by the bubblegum colors that fill
“Organized chaos” is how Austen based artist Sophie Roach describes her style. She started to sketch because of the “stress and boredom of college,” but it was only in 2012, 2 years after she began that Roach's art began to take off.
Dubbed “The Mothership Space Net Penthouse“, this enormous multi-coloured hammock was constructed 400 feet above a desert in Utah. The idea was thought up by Andy Lewis, who recruited a group of brave individuals to help him turn his vision into a reality. Though incredibly badass, I don’t think I’d have the courage to try …
From his studio in Denver, Colorado, Daniel Sprick paints his realistic portraits of various models. He sticks to a similar colour palette throughout, the same neutral shades of grey, cream and black appear continuously. The paintings on this page possess a hyperrealist eye for detail, but Sprick isn’t bound by this, as he experiments with...
Suzy Taylor, an extraordinarily talented paper-cut artist in Hertfordshire, England, creates mind-bogglingly detailed works of paper art that are cut entirely by hand. She cuts each of her original designs out of a single piece of paper.
Churning and frothing just below the old wooden floor of a former movie theater in San Gimignano, Italy, a mysterious vortex of ominous black water seems to perpetually drain into nothingness. The artwork is a new iteration of artist Anish Kapoor's Decension installation that appear
I work as a Reef Conservation Instructor and Sculptor in Thailand and wanted to show off my very first piece. It took me 4 months to construct and nearly killed me several times before finally finding it's home 5m under the ocean's surface.
Ellie Davies' studio is the forest, creating magical, fairytale-like stills throughout the UK. Davies has been exploring this terrain for the past seven years, attempting to uncover the complex interrelationships between landscape and the individual.
Just because a piece of furniture has outlived its use in your home doesn't mean it's no longer useful! With the right attitude and a mind for DIY projects and recycling, old pieces of furniture can find a second life as beautiful garden decorations!
LATA 65 is connecting art between generational divides, matching older citizens of Lisbon with a relatively young form of art—graffiti ("lata" means "can" in Portuguese). Through workshops attendees learn the history of street art while making their own stencils and ta
Julien Wenger, creator of the concept Beauty within chaos, makes beauty appear (colors and shapes) in the intersection of lines and curves (chaos). His works are a cross between graphic design and painting.
Beauty within caos: what does it mean ?
The concept of Beauty within chaos is a depiction of life itself.
Hawaii-born painter and street artist Sean Yoro (a.k.a. Hula) has created a stunning series of street art murals depicting women emerging from the water along the concrete walls of ruined and abandoned structures. At home on the water, he paddles on a surfboard to reach the best locations for his art, even managing to balance his paint cans as well.
This October, Lisa Waud will fill 15 rooms of an abandoned Detroit house with up to 100,000 flowers. Waud, a florist, paid $500 for the two properties in 2014; the photos here are from a preview event in May where one of the houses was filled with 4000 flowers over 48 hours.
This is Artur Bordalo's (aka Bordalo II) series of artwork that aims to draw attention to the problems of waste production, materials that are not reused, pollution and its effect on the planet. These are problems that are likely to be forgotten, become trivial or become necessary evils.
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