The “Light Barrier” installation by Kimichi and Chips demonstrated at the New Media Night Festival in Russia creates ethereal 3D objects using millions of crossed light beams.
London’s National Literacy Trust has joined with the UK’s leading producer of mass participation public art events Wild in Art to transform London’s landscape into an interactive, artistic literary playground. The project strings together trails of unique, custom-made benches that are shaped and painted as some of the most famous and beloved books of London’s rich and enduring literary heritage to promote literacy and the joy of reading.
Known for his characteristic rectangular 2D installations positioned around the world, Brooklyn-based artist Aakash Nihalani has unveiled his latest piece Landline that visually explores how members of his community connect not only with each other but also with their urban environment.
Eglė Stonkutė creates an artistic mirror installation influenced by the legend of Narcissus in Greek mythology. The installation distorts appearances, drawing the viewer’s attention to the inner self.
Bittertang Farm introduces its interpretation of the original Ragdale Ring performance structure with Buru Buru. The structure is frothy, whimsical, and biodegradable–playfully blending performance with nature.
Julia Wollner uses her triumphant experience with Bell’s Palsy as way to create fashionable and expressive art for her senior collection at Pratt University.
MKG’s Social Soul installation at the TED 2014 conference extracts the concepts and themes that are prevalent through your digital personality and displays it all around you, allowing you to experience the sights, sounds and messages of your social stream in a unified panoramic display. Users begin the experience by hashtagging #socialsoul, and complete it by meeting up with their fellow TED attendee social soulmate that they were matched with.
An interactive canvas that allows people to play with technology and light, the Vancouver art installation elegantly contrasts the formative city architecture, brings people together, and lifts their eyes to the sky.
Brigid Oesterling brings her fondness of the road to the runway by creating edgy designs from the rubber of old tires; by using recycled materials, she is able to create environmentally friendly designs.
In her project “Topography of Tears,” photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher reveals the starling complexity and variety of different types of tears through her aerial views of emotional terrain.
Swiss company Algordanza has taken a new approach to symbolic jewelry by transforming the carbon in our beloved’s ashes into beautiful memorial diamonds.
Momix, a dance company based in Connecticut, questions the limits of the human body through a fantastical mix of light, shadow, costumes, and sound.
Gareth Pugh displays a hybrid of futuristic and primitive designs in his fall 2014 collection, creating an unspeakable mastery full of innovative fashion and genius craftsmanship.
Chilean born designer Sebastian Errazuriz showcases his masterful collection of 12 shoes, representing the unique and dramatic relationships he’s experienced with 12 of his past lovers.
In their latest surrealist series titled “The Impossibility of Love”, artists Kila and Rusharc explore the philosophical dichotomies of desire and delusion, love and logic, and reality and artifice.
Subtle protrusions of intravenous nails, a moth nesting in the cavity of an inner wall, peas sprouting from the heart, and battery caps bouncing off of a lung are all examples of visual oddities found in Vesna Jovanovic’s newest project. These “Foreign Bodies” blend into the organs so seamlessly that, without the indicative title of each piece or a sharp eye, they might easily be brushed over as parts of the human body.
Academy of Art University Fashion Students prove that they are more than just students in their Fall 2014 Collection.
The job of designing products is already a rough task even before you consider the amount of fundamental uncertainty a consumer feels about their own preferences and emotions. If, however, MRI scans could map neurological preference, could the perfect product be created? Merryl Bekking, Dutch designer, explores the possibilities.
Fashion Designer’s divulge their inspirations for their Fall 2014 collections on the eve of New York Fashion Week through sketches, landscape photography, and collages.
Although her wispy imagery may look like digital creation, Elizabeth Moss’ latest series “Release” was captured through long-exposure photography while revisiting the places in her past of haunted memories, in order to photographically morph them into a more positive perspective.