Test Tube Sculptures by Rosa de JongGo to this picture >
Amazing 3D drawings by Fredo
Fredo is a young artist who draws some amazing 3D stuff. These 3D drawings were done when he was only 17-years-old.
All credits to Fredo and for more follow Fredo's Facebook.
Church turned into skate park with amazing wall art
A beautiful, but disfunct church in the Spanish town of Llanera has been turned into an indoor skate park and to brighten up the place artist, Okuda San Miguel, took his creativity to the place. Almost pretty enough for me to want to take up skating.Go to this picture >
Day To Night by Stephen Wilkes
It is not often you see a cityscape that depicts both the daytime activity and what happens during the night.
Stephen Wilkes merged the AM with the PM in his collection titled Day to Night.
If you happen to live in New York or Paris you can see the collection during his exhibitions in those cities.
The New York display is from November 5th 2015 to January 9th 2016 at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery and it's Paris' turn from November 12th to 15th during the Paris Photo event at the Grand Palais.
Credit: Stephen Wilkes | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Covered by Alan Powdrill
COVERED is a project by British photographer Alan Powdrill.
In COVERED he photographs people with body tattoos while they're covered and while they are exposed so the world can see what is hiding behind the clothes.
Just ordinary men and women with some awesome tattoos no one, except their loved ones, can see and admire.
And a guy with a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle tattoo on his back.
For more COVERED photographs please visit Alan's website or the exhibition of his work in London.
Credit: Alain Powdrill | Instagram | Twitter via Ufunk
Freddy Fabris Creates Classic Paintings With Modern Day PhotographsGo to this picture >
Funny street art signs to brighten up your day
Michael Pederson creates these clever installations in Sydney, Australia that add a bit of comic relief to the everyday grind.Go to this picture >
Japanese artist sends bonsai tree on trip around the worldGo to this picture >
How to brighten up city street with projections
Artist duo Ygor Marotta and Ceci Soloaga of VJ Suave designed these pheonomenal audiovisual tricycles lovingly called “Suaveciclos” that they use to project original animations on almost any nearby public surface.
They’re used so that the small narratives with characters and poetry can travel open spaces, lighting the walls on a large scale. The projections illuminate walls, trees, lakes, sidewalks and propose a playful interactivity with the public.
With the video manipulated in real time, Suaveciclos bring art to all audiences and create unique moments between the city and the viewer.
In their playful universe, vjsuave deals with current themes with ambience sound accompanying the performance.
The Light Tunnel of Washington D.C.
I'm a lights fan. I feel lights can really set the tone and mood of a place and party. And LED lights are perfect for changing the setting to whatever mood you are in.
The 40,000 LED lights you see in this video are part of an art installation art called "Multiverse" by Leo Villareal and I think it looks great.
Not sure how your brain would react to going through the tunnel after a few gin tonics though.