German artist Babis Cloud created this sculpture named ‘hedonism(y) trojaner’ out of resin and recycled computer buttons. The horse is well known from the greek mythology, where it granted the Greeks access to the city of Troja. Babis is making a reference to the negative aspects of technology (viruses, irrational dependence on computers).
Spanish artist Lorenzo Duran finds the perfect leaf and then washes, dries, molds and gently cuts away at it until he makes his incredible delicate art. He often depicts animals and insects as shown below, but has explored a wide variety of geometric patterns and also does custom work on request.
Ray Massey, an amazing artist always do something out of the box to impress others, and this time he came up with hand paintings which are really unique work and amazing, have a look and enjoy.
In a recent exhibit at The Print House Gallery, titled WOLF, London-based artist Arran Gregory featured two of his Mirrored Animals sculptures alongside a variety of his detailed illustrations. In the sculptures, Gregory uses strong geometric shapes and angles, combined with a reflective mirrored material, to create the futuristic animal figures. The two pieces at WOLF include a free standing wolf as well as the head of a rhinoceros mounted on the wall.
British artist Peter Root has clearly demonstrated that he is a virtuous man by spending over 40 hours constructing a city using staples.
For his art installation he calls ‘Ephemicropolis’, Root broke stacks of staples into various sizes and arranged them over a floor area of approximately 600 x 300 cm, with the tallest ‘building’ being 12cm high.
Using only his hands over 100,000 staples were stacked to build this massive metropolis of steel.
In the metropolitan region of São Paulo, Brazil, phone booths serve as more than just obsolete stands due to the creative public art project titled Call Parade. The ongoing group exhibition, which is sponsored by phone carrier Vivo, has transformed 100 telephone booths into works of art by 100 different artists.
Via: Mariane Borgomani
Located in Covent Garden, London, the place is packed with all sorts of cozy additions that are bound to distract Google’s staff from work. The 15,000 m2 (160,000 sq. ft.) office features a gym, a massage parlor and a dance studio. There are comfortable lounges to relax and a secret garden on a rooftop offering stunning views on London’s skyline.
Snoozebox is a portable hotel consisting of shipping container living units that can be easily transported, stacked, and arranged into hotels of 40 to 400 plus rooms. Each container is outfitted with two to four rooms, and each room has its own bathroom, Wi-Fi and TV. Snoozebox is based in the UK, but they will set up a hotel anywhere in the world. Upon arriving at a location, the Snoozebox team can get a hotel up and running in about 48 hours. A 320 room Snoozebox hotel is currently in place in Essex, UK to house staff for the London Olympics.