Although these designs were created for specific sites throughout New Orleans, the Hypothetical Development Organization doesn't really believe that a theater which transports people to another time and
At first glance, this might look like an ordinary drum set to you, but take a closer look -- the instruments are actually miniature works of eco art created using ordinary metal cans. Dutch artist Helmut
Acclaimed British artist Damien Hirst recently put his own funky spin on the ordinary bike to raise money at this year's Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) fundraising gala. Made.com donated a handful
The cardboard structure can hold four passengers who, with the amusing charm of the Flintstones, take to their feet and run along the concrete roads. Attracting attention across the city, the combi causes
"But officer, I was just listening to my radio!" We don't recommend pulling one of these Spradios made from old aerosol cans out of your jacket near a cop, but if you did, you'd be completely innocent.
The exhibition was held in order to present brand new design objects, and Fantastic Norway decided to honor that idea by making their installation speak to the thrill of unpacking a product. The cardboard
Most of Dettmer’s focus is on books, favoring out of date encyclopedias, medical journals, illustration books and dictionaries. He begins carving away arbitrarily at the pages, letting the images reveal
Nick Georgiou recycles his old newspapers, but probably not in the same way that most people do. The Queens, NY based green artist makes three dimensional sculptures from the waste material including the
Yamamoto has constructed close to 30 of these mazes since he started working with salt in 2001. His began working with salt a decade ago after his sister passed away from brain cancer. In Japan, salt is a
Designer Floris Wubben and artist Bauke Fokkema have taken all the fun of sitting on a real tree trunk and injected it into this wooden chair. Crafted from an inverted willow tree, the chair is supported
This Sliced Stable in the Netherlands is a little piece of community space set on a farm that is destined to become forested land again. Part of an art experience by Dutch design studio Overtreders W, the
Goldenhen is known for its quirky reuse of everyday materials in unexpected ways. The Original Dream is part of a series of 'Eggo' installations that utilize recycled egg cartons. The cartons are colored
This year we were amused and astounded by the level of work being produced by eco-minded artists on the scene today. We're impressed that so many of these artists not only re-think the use of conventional
The peace sign stands 58 feet high and isn't just a pretty face. It's actually a sustainable resource that will be able to feed power (collected from its 80 solar panels) into the city's electrical grid.
Rogenes uses all different shapes and sizes of polystyrene packing material to build his creations which range from smaller pieces to giant, death-ray like ones. He also uses light to really play up the
If a picture is worth a thousand words, there's a whole lot of talking going on right now at the Eleventh Annual Poster Biennial of Mexico. "Disenyadores por la tierra," (Designers for the Earth) is an