Category "Art"



To class an art piece brilliant several elements need to come together –  unique aesthetics, a novelty factor, and originality. The works of a Canadian sculptor Maskull Lasserre seem to possess all of that, with a hint of morbid and grotesque. Lasserre relies on wood carvings to express nostalgia, humour and strangeness in an attempt …

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Over the last year or so, we have featured many innovative products which left us stunned and amazed. This product is one of those revolutionary things which you can’t help but wonder why it hasn’t been invented earlier. It is a 3D Pen called 3Doodler, and, as the name suggests, you use it to draw …

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The combination of a light installation / an artistic intervention and the California High Desert is certainly one to attract attention because deserts are not usually popular choices with artists when it comes to exhibiting their work. That, of course, does not apply to California-based artist Philip K. Smith III who has recently finished a …

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In this youth-obsessed world, aging is a rather unwelcoming occurrence. Still, at certain point in our lives, each and every one of us has been itching to know what we would look like in 30 or 50 years time. How about celebrities or legendary musicians who died at a very young age? Did you ever …

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‘Faces of Century’ by Jan Langer – GIFs Showing the Power of Aging

Czech news webiste Aktuálně.cz has published a set of comparative photos made by Czech photographer Jan Langer for his project „Faces of Century“ in an effort to poignantly illustrate the dramatic effects of aging. The photographs depict people in the prime of their youth (mainly in their 20s and 30s) and sets them off against …

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Rainbow Stairs in Istanbul by Huseyin Cetinel

The civil activism in Turkey is taking on a new, artistically colourful dimension. Although, street demonstrations are still very much “the weapon of choice” in this Islamic country (remember the recent protests against the development project at historical Gezi Park in Istanbul), a 64-year-old retired engineer from Turkey by the name of Huseyin Cetinel inadvertently …

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‘It’s Good To be Here’ by Candy Chang

Remember Candy Chang’s „Before I die, I want to __________“ interactive wall mural that she made as a tribute to a loved one she lost, and which we featured not so long ago on our website? Candy is at it again! This time around, she has another self-explanatory and so brilliantly simple public art project …

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Ablak a Multra a ‘Window to the Past’ in Budapest’s History

Kerenyi Zoltan is a Hungarian architect from Budapest who came up with an astonishing idea of combining old and new Budapest in an ongoing series of photos in a project called Ablak a multra, or a Window to the past. The idea is simply brilliant. By merging old photos of Budapest with the new ones, …

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