Friday, July 20, 2018

Motion

New Miniature Lace Scenes by Ágnes Herczeg Capture Quiet Domestic Moments

Hungarian fiber artist Ágnes Herczeg (previously) continues to create delicate depictions of quiet moments. Formed from colorful lace and found wood, each small scene floats in mid-air and is attached to a piece of...

Folklore Embroidered on British and American Currency by Noora Schroderus

Finnish artist Noora Schroderus embroiders classic hairstyles inspired by well-known female characters of European folktales and Disney films onto the leaders featured on US and British currency. The hairstyles are reminiscent of Cinderella’s ball-ready bouffant or...

Vibrant Watercolor Paintings Filled With Mysterious Monochrome Worlds

Illustrator Marija Tiurina creates fantastical worlds packed with original characters. The complex watercolor paintings force the viewer to stare deeply into tangled masses to extract specific elements, which often appear to be creations of a centralized...

A 65-Foot Hand-Crocheted Tree Gives Visitors to Zurich’s Train Station a Full Sensory Experience

Brazilian Conceptual artist Ernesto Neto manifests sensorial experiences in highly trafficked public spaces, encouraging passersby to slow down their everyday movements to interact with, smell, and relax in his temporary installations. His most recent work was...

A Multi-Story Metallic Splash by Pere Gifre Drops Through the Center of a Madrid...

For the last 15 years artist Pere Gifre has specialized in producing water-based sculptures through a process linked to visual effects engineering. His technique transforms the natural movements of water into works imbued with its natural...

Remote Landscapes and Abandoned Structures Momentarily Transformed by Colorful Plumes of Smoke

Billowing clouds of smoke burst upon rugged mountainous terrains, deserted architecture, and blossoming fields. These vibrant, ethereal sceneries are captured by French photographers Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot and are part of their Blossom project. The duo’s smokey clouds emerge...

Studio Drift’s Solo Exhibition ‘Coded Nature’ Floats a Concrete Monolith Above Museum Visitors

One of the must-see shows in Amsterdam this summer is the debut museum solo of Studio Drift at Stedelijk Museum, which balances elements of tech art, performance, and biodesign. The exhibition, titled Coded Nature, presents a wide range...

New Prismatic Murals by Xomatok Cover the Streets of Lima With Bursts of Color

Visual artist and art director Xomatok has been busy in Lima, Peru, where he’s outfitted several walls, building facades, and random rock piles with his signature full-spectrum color gradients. The vivid interventions are in the district...

Amazing magnets 3D printed structures designed by engineers at MIT

A new concept for 3D printed structures designed by engineers at MIT can be remotely controlled with magnets. The innovative gadgets include a smooth ring that wrinkles up, a long tube that squeezes shut, and a...

Serpentine Pavilion 2018 designed by architect Frida Escobedo

The youngest ever architect to design the Serpentine Pavilion has turned the building into “a timepiece”. For this year’s project, Frida Escobedo, 39, has installed mirrored panels on the underside of the building’s canopy and...

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