Art

Students Transform a Boring Electrical Tower into an Inspiring Stained Glass Lighthouse

Students Transform a Boring Electrical Tower into an Inspiring Stained Glass Lighthouse

Art students in Germany converted an electrical tower outside of Hattigen into an impromptu art installation with vibrant panels of stained glass. Lechtturm (which means Lighthouse in German) glitters

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Miniature Star Wars Terrariums Bring Far Away Galaxies Into Your Home!

Miniature Star Wars Terrariums Bring Far Away Galaxies Into Your Home!

"Do or do not, there is no try," Yoda instructs Luke in Star Wars. Larson doesn't need to worry about trying to add a little extra wonder to an already fantastic idea. Larson's Minnesota -based workshop,

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Jiavu Liu’s Hypnotic LED Installation is Powered by the Wind of 40 Chinese Cities

Jiavu Liu’s Hypnotic LED Installation is Powered by the Wind of 40 Chinese Cities

Royal College of Art (RCA) student Jiavu Liu designed an LED installation that reacts to wind pattern data collected from 40 Chinese cities. The real-time data visualization installation, entitled Within

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Josh Haywood Designs Stunning Lasercut Plywood Pavilion for Burning Man Festival

Josh Haywood Designs Stunning Lasercut Plywood Pavilion for Burning Man Festival

Every year, 70,000 people gather in the Nevada desert for the Burning Man Festival, a ten-day event where participants construct a temporary city built around art, music and culture. The Hayam Sun Temple

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Artist Hillary Fayle Weaves Incredible Embroidery into Leaves (Without Breaking Them!)

Artist Hillary Fayle Weaves Incredible Embroidery into Leaves (Without Breaking Them!)

Hillary Fayle comes from the outskirts of NYC but is currently doing an MFA in Craft/Material Studies at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. She works with leaves as a primary material,

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Google Uses Street View to Create an Incredible Library of Global Urban Art

Google Uses Street View to Create an Incredible Library of Global Urban Art

With cameras scanning the world over, it was only natural for Google to hop on the bandwagon to collect the images captured of street art around the globe. Since it is the nature of street art to be

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Spectacular Rangoli Designs Made from Naturally Colored Rice and Flour Pop Up in India

Spectacular Rangoli Designs Made from Naturally Colored Rice and Flour Pop Up in India

The Rangoli motives fill the streets of India during the Diwali, Onam and Pongal festivals but also during weddings and special gatherings. A millenary practice, the Rangolis are traditionally made by

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Incredible Sculptures You Won’t Believe Are Made of Reclaimed Wood Scraps

Incredible Sculptures You Won’t Believe Are Made of Reclaimed Wood Scraps

Van der Ende isn't just one of those guys who collects the odd scrap here and there - he hoards wood like squirrels stock up on acorns for the winter. His sculptures rely on thousands of pieces of scrap

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Ray: Interactive “Talking” Solar-Powered Sculpture Kicks Up a Colorful Whirlwind at Vivid Sydney

Ray: Interactive “Talking” Solar-Powered Sculpture Kicks Up a Colorful Whirlwind at Vivid Sydney

Every year, Sydney is transformed into a psychedelic show of lights, music, and ideas for the public arts event Vivid Sydney. Design team amigo & amigo created this year's most popular structure: Ray,

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Tuomas Markunpoika Turns Everyday Pencils into Extraordinary Vases

Tuomas Markunpoika Turns Everyday Pencils into Extraordinary Vases

Here at Inhabitat we have already seen household objects and even tiny sculptures created from pencils. But we love the way Tuomas Markunpoika from Studio Markunpoika works them into unique crafty

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Artist Victor Moore Built This Incredible Junk Castle for Just $500

Artist Victor Moore Built This Incredible Junk Castle for Just $500

Although found pieces and sculptures of various sorts are scattered about the property, the junk castle stands as a vigil above the rest. A masterpiece of assemblage, the castle is constructed from items

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Make Your Own Eco-Conscious Graffiti with Mud Stencils

Make Your Own Eco-Conscious Graffiti with Mud Stencils

Contrary to popular believe, graffiti doesn't have to be ugly or offensive—it can be thought-provoking, challenging, and perhaps most importantly, temporary. Jesse Graves, an artist based in Milwaukee

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Funky Aluminum Hybrid Vehicle Travels on Railways to Reach Abandoned Communities

Funky Aluminum Hybrid Vehicle Travels on Railways to Reach Abandoned Communities

After nearly 5,000 miles of railway tracks were abandoned in Mexico and Ecuador 20 years ago, communities were left isolated without easy access to the world outside. Two artists want to re-open the

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Guy Laramee’s Carvings Prove that Books Can Transport Us to Incredible New Worlds

Guy Laramee’s Carvings Prove that Books Can Transport Us to Incredible New Worlds

Guy has been creating these remarkable carved books for several years, and  the Guan Yin series is dedicated to the forces that enable people to deal with traumatic situations, grief, and

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‘The Body’ Could be the World’s Most Adaptable Chair

‘The Body’ Could be the World’s Most Adaptable Chair

Simple in design, The Body is a flesh-coloured strip of canvas with seams stitched along its six-meter length. The entire structure is filled with grains of rice, a material that's been employed in Japan

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Raw Studio’s LED Lamps Offer an Enlightened Alternative to Antler Hunting Trophies

Raw Studio’s LED Lamps Offer an Enlightened Alternative to Antler Hunting Trophies

We'll never understand how taxidermy chic took off - after all, what's so attractive about decking the walls with dead animals? UK-based Raw Studio offers an enlightened alternative to traditional hunting

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Pre-Hispanic Corn Gods Protest Genetically Modified Maize in Mexico City

Pre-Hispanic Corn Gods Protest Genetically Modified Maize in Mexico City

To meet surging demand for corn and population growth, Mexico currently imports a significant amount of its corn from the United States, and specifically from mega firms like GM-proponent Monsanto.

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The Future of Plastic: A “Growing Lab Art” Exhibit that Uses Fungi as a Building and Binding Material

The Future of Plastic: A “Growing Lab Art” Exhibit that Uses Fungi as a Building and Binding Material

Artist Maurizio Montalti will be exhiting his Future of Plastic exhibit next month at the Fondazione PLART in Napoli, Italy. His exhibit embodies a vision of what plastics are going to look like in the

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Artist Virginia Melnyk Builds Summer Igloo Out of Inflatable Pool Toys for 2014 Beijing C!HERE Art Crawl

Artist Virginia Melnyk Builds Summer Igloo Out of Inflatable Pool Toys for 2014 Beijing C!HERE Art Crawl

An igloo might be the last thing you'd expect to see in the summer, but artist Virginia Melnyk successfully brought the wintry icon to life as Summer Igloo, a cradle-to-cradle pavilion at the 2014 Beijing

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Archimusic: Federico Babina Reimagines Famous Songs and Musicians as Architecture

Archimusic: Federico Babina Reimagines Famous Songs and Musicians as Architecture

Artist Federico Babina has now created nearly a dozen architecture-themed illustrations, each exploring the intersection of architecture and a related design field such as cinema and contemporary art. In

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Artist Camila Carlow Crafts Human Organs from Foraged Vines, Flowers and Berries

Artist Camila Carlow Crafts Human Organs from Foraged Vines, Flowers and Berries

Camila Carlow is fascinated by our inner deep-biological structures and has created a collection of 13 images collection to represent what we all have inside. Born in Guatemala but based in Bristol, she

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Luzinterruptus Unveils Amazing Plastic Waste Labyrinth Made From 6,000 Recycled Bottles

Luzinterruptus Unveils Amazing Plastic Waste Labyrinth Made From 6,000 Recycled Bottles

To construct the maze, the Luzinterruptus collected 6,000 plastic bottles from a local manufacturing and bottling plant and through donations from active local residents participating in the

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Breathtaking Images of Belgium’s Mythical Hallebros Forest Covered in Bluebells

Breathtaking Images of Belgium’s Mythical Hallebros Forest Covered in Bluebells

Speaking to MyModernMet about the fairytale forest, when asked about the colors, Schönberger said, "The colors are really that blue, especially under the moist conditions of the morning fog."

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Enchanted Gardens Sprout in Quebec’s Jardin Metis for the International Garden Festival

Enchanted Gardens Sprout in Quebec’s Jardin Metis for the International Garden Festival

These gardens are not about plants, so much as ideas, and they come from the domain of conceptual art as much as design. The idea is to provoke a reaction in the viewer and arrest their attention with a

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Ai Weiwei’s Magnificent ‘Forever’ Installation Builds a Glimmering Cavern from 1,200 Bikes

Ai Weiwei’s Magnificent ‘Forever’ Installation Builds a Glimmering Cavern from 1,200 Bikes

Cycling is one of the most common forms of transportation in China, but Weiwei manipulates the bicycles by removing their primary function and making them static. The freedom associated with cycling is

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How To: Create Unique Fabric Prints with Veggies

How To: Create Unique Fabric Prints with Veggies

Here’s What You’ll Need: Potato, yam, sweet potato, jicama, or other firm, starchy veggies Paring knife and X-acto knife 100% cotton fabric Acrylic Paint and Acrylic Fabric Medium (which

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Filipino Artist Carves Lustrous Skulls into Mother of Pearl Shells

Filipino Artist Carves Lustrous Skulls into Mother of Pearl Shells

Inspired by the nature and wildlife found in his native country, Halili carves the skulls into raw, gold-lip and black-lip mother of pearl shells collected from the Philippines. To give more depth to the

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Rob Snyder Creates Portraits of Nature by Casting Twigs and Branches in Glass

Rob Snyder Creates Portraits of Nature by Casting Twigs and Branches in Glass

From afar, Snyder’s sculptures appear like translucent baskets tinted in varying natural colors to catch light. But upon closer inspection, viewers can see that the building blocks of these sculpture

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Gorgeous Dutch Power Plant is Completely Clad in Delftware Tiles!

Gorgeous Dutch Power Plant is Completely Clad in Delftware Tiles!

The power plant holds two gas turbines that generate on-demand electricity while providing district heating for the community's buildings. This makes the facility two times more efficient than plants

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16 Million Color Scribble Pen Lets You Capture the Hue of Any Object

16 Million Color Scribble Pen Lets You Capture the Hue of Any Object

Do you find the hues in the average box of colored pencils or crayons too limiting? The folks at Scribble feel your pain, which is why they've developed the world's first pen that can replicate 16 million

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