Art

Stupefying hand-knitted hammock is suspended above a 400-foot-high canyon

Stupefying hand-knitted hammock is suspended above a 400-foot-high canyon

Andy Lewis, an avid slackliner who once performed in a Super Bowl Halftime Show, envisioned the ‘Mothership Space Net Penthouse’.  A spider-web-like hammock, this intricate art-piece took 50 people

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Nguyễn Hùng Cường Creates Strikingly Realistic Origami Animals

Nguyễn Hùng Cường Creates Strikingly Realistic Origami Animals

The origami master began folding at an early age, getting hooked at age five before developing a lifelong habit of making origami. At 10 he was already creating original origami designs, and then began

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Dutch studios RAAAF and Studio Frank Havermans build ominous futuristic mobile shelter in the name of peace

Dutch studios RAAAF and Studio Frank Havermans build ominous futuristic mobile shelter in the name of peace

Secret Operation 610 resembles a stealth aircraft but is completely flightless. Built within an old military airbase called Airbase Soesterberg, its monstrous design revives the dark atmosphere of

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Mischer’traxler unveils blooming kinetic installation at Design Miami

Mischer’traxler unveils blooming kinetic installation at Design Miami

The Viennese designers find inspiration from vegetables and other plants. Their latest project included two mirrors with Art Nouveau-inspired botanical forms around their perimeter and trailing across

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This breathtaking Lithuanian Christmas tree looks like a tumbling cascade of clouds

This breathtaking Lithuanian Christmas tree looks like a tumbling cascade of clouds

For the 2014 tree, the artists of Kaunas came up with the idea of building a cloud-like structure with twelve angels sitting within it, speaking to the public below. They are meant to tell visitors what

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AMAZE: Magical labyrinth of lights takes over downtown Toronto

AMAZE: Magical labyrinth of lights takes over downtown Toronto

Despite its complex appearance, AMAZE was easily and quickly constructed using an affordable and secure scaffolding system for its base. The prefabricated and modular system of metal pipes lent itself to

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Psychedelic mirrored pavilion pops up in a Budapest forest

Psychedelic mirrored pavilion pops up in a Budapest forest

Studio Nomad won a design competition to design and create the temporary Mirage Pavilion. The art piece was constructed by hand and was built from over 1,200 pieces of reflective plastic. The

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Modular Stars Pavilion enhances the urban fabric with minimal environmental impact

Modular Stars Pavilion enhances the urban fabric with minimal environmental impact

Sawn timber components joined together by a central steel joint create the base of each pavilion. Nylon ropes are attached through holes drilled into the wood and woven into beautiful netting. In addition

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7 amazingly intricate paper models crafted by artist Charles Young

7 amazingly intricate paper models crafted by artist Charles Young

Young started experimenting with paper during his Masters studies at Edinburgh College of Art. It was there he taught himself the art of paper and card modeling, practicing until he mastered the

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Extraordinary panoramic photos celebrate the sacred geometry of Iran’s mosques

Extraordinary panoramic photos celebrate the sacred geometry of Iran’s mosques

Sheikh lotfollah Mosque, Isfahan Construction of this breathtaking mosque began in 1603, and it was completed in late 1619. It's one of the smaller mosques in the area, designed to be used solely by the

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Stephen Orlando captures kayakers’ motions in stunning long-exposure photographs

Stephen Orlando captures kayakers’ motions in stunning long-exposure photographs

Stephen Orlando's photos are both whimsical and beautiful. Human movement and sports like kayaking, karate and swimming inspire him to capture movement through colorful light trails. Using long exposure

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Winter Sun art installation brings warmth and light to King’s Cross in London

Winter Sun art installation brings warmth and light to King’s Cross in London

Developed as a sensory installation, the Winter Sun is a circular structure that measures 16.4 feet tall and 59 feet wide. An open-air bar located at the heart of the structure serves up hot and cold

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Levi’s Stadium Field of Jeans project saves 12 tons of denim from landfill

Levi’s Stadium Field of Jeans project saves 12 tons of denim from landfill

Back in November, Levi Strauss teamed up with the San Francisco 49ers to collect unwanted used jeans to donate to Goodwill. Before the jeans were donated, however, the partnership called in Bay Area

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Norwegian artist fills an entire Oslo gallery with a huge grassy landscape

Norwegian artist fills an entire Oslo gallery with a huge grassy landscape

Per Kristian Nygård's works explore the possibilities of space. His latest grassy installation merges an organized architectural environment with the organic nature of landscapes. The large piece

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Stunning wood Vortex sculpture uses LEDs to show its site’s energy consumption

Stunning wood Vortex sculpture uses LEDs to show its site’s energy consumption

Vortex embraces a footbridge connecting two buildings within the complex in Bordeaux. Scaffolding and raw wooden pieces were wrapped around the footbridge, and the sculpture evolves like a living

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FR-EE Unveils Dynamic Design for Latin American Art Museum in Miami

FR-EE Unveils Dynamic Design for Latin American Art Museum in Miami

The 90,000-square-foot LAAM will be located within a residential complex along Biscayne Boulevard and will serve as a meeting area and as the main access point to the apartments for residents. To create

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Amsterdam’s annual Light Festival brightens the city’s winter nights

Amsterdam’s annual Light Festival brightens the city’s winter nights

If you plan on being in Amsterdam between now and January 18th, 2015, you're in for quite a beautiful sight: the annual Light Festival is underway, and the city is covered in light installations and

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Live Out Your Fairytale Fantasy in This Dreamy Treehouse Airbnb in Atlanta

Live Out Your Fairytale Fantasy in This Dreamy Treehouse Airbnb in Atlanta

Peter Bahouth, former Greenpeace executive director and current executive director of the U.S. Climate Action Network designed and built the Secluded Intown Treehouse after six months of design and six

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Sonja Hinrichsen’s Amazing Snow Drawings Bring Viewers Closer to Nature

Sonja Hinrichsen’s Amazing Snow Drawings Bring Viewers Closer to Nature

Seen from a bird's-eye view, Sonja Hinrichsen’s snow drawings appear as intricate, swirling patterns that snake around the landscape, creating imagery between rows of trees, roads, and the water’s

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Spencer Byles Sculpts Mystical Forest Artworks from Natural Materials

Spencer Byles Sculpts Mystical Forest Artworks from Natural Materials

Towering woven structures, hanging pods and large-scale constellations of shapes create a theatrical or even supernatural realm within the picturesque woodland environment. The pieces seem to communicate

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Design Museum Tank’s Wavy Light Sculpture Shows Off Energy Efficient Plumen 002 Lightbulbs

Design Museum Tank’s Wavy Light Sculpture Shows Off Energy Efficient Plumen 002 Lightbulbs

Lighting giant Hulger recently returned to London's Design Museum Tank with a gorgeous new light sculpture comprising 96 Plumen 002 light bulbs. The energy efficient designer bulbs are hung from copper

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Rayworks Design Unveils Solar & Wind Powered Walkway

Rayworks Design Unveils Solar & Wind Powered Walkway

Rayworks Design recent design submission of a regenerative walkway and public display system to the Taipei International Design Competition 2014 (TIDC 2014) has some serious potential. The walkway

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Nucleo Crystallizes Ancient Pieces of Oak into Precious Stools

Nucleo Crystallizes Ancient Pieces of Oak into Precious Stools

The Italian design collective has been developing their simple technique over a period of several years. While they have previously submerged completed wooden tables and chairs, their new designs use

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Merve Kahraman’s Revitalizer Wax Lamp Melts and Re-creates Itself Over Time

Merve Kahraman’s Revitalizer Wax Lamp Melts and Re-creates Itself Over Time

The Revitalizer Wax Lamp is not your typical light fixture. Created by London-based designer Merve Kahraman, the lamp features a wax shade that goes through a cycle of melting and reshaping. The lamp

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Bruce Munro Illuminates Straw Bales and Plastic for the Winter Light Installation at Waddesdon Gardens

Bruce Munro Illuminates Straw Bales and Plastic for the Winter Light Installation at Waddesdon Gardens

Winter Light at Waddesdon is Munro's third installation at the grandiose British gardens. But four out of the seven pieces on show are completely new and created especially for this winter event. That

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Raumlaborberlin’s Grass-Covered Fountain House Reactivates a Lonely Square in Montreal

Raumlaborberlin’s Grass-Covered Fountain House Reactivates a Lonely Square in Montreal

Located at the heart of Montreal on the corner of Sainte Catherine and Clark, the grass-covered Fountain House reactivates a neglected open space in the inner city using a lively spot of color.

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Walter Mason Uses Nature’s Gifts To Create Striking Land Art

Walter Mason Uses Nature’s Gifts To Create Striking Land Art

This organic art is only temporary - a fleeting moment of organization in a seemingly chaotic world. Mason often combines leaves into geometric designs, cuts patterns into them or leaves a trail to create

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Kendal Murray Creates Magical Miniature Worlds Using Everyday Objects

Kendal Murray Creates Magical Miniature Worlds Using Everyday Objects

Murray's pieces showcase a range of playful and dramatic scenarios charged with symbolic meaning. By looking closely at these dreamscapes we can spot children playing with boats in a pond, someone

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Artist David Catá Transforms His Own Hand into a Planter

Artist David Catá Transforms His Own Hand into a Planter

Spanish artist David Catá has a curious relationship with pain, saying he relishes the “emotional aspect” of it, rather than the physical aspect. After his earlier series of work that involved

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French Artisan Takes Recycled Metal to the Dark Side with an Awesome Darth Vader Bust

French Artisan Takes Recycled Metal to the Dark Side with an Awesome Darth Vader Bust

French artisan Alain Bellino took his craft to the dark side when he welded a number of leftover metal pieces together to create this surprisingly realistic Darth Vader bust. Bellino saves and restores a

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