Tuesday, April 7, 2020


Honeycombs and Origami Cranes Dangle in Fragile Stained-Glass Suspensions by Lesley Green

Phoenix-based artist Lesley Green, of Bespoke Glass, merges natural pigments and geometric shapes in her stained-glass pieces. Some of her recent work includes a trio of translucent birds that mimic paper cranes and circular pieces patterned...

‘Parasite’ Fans With Their Own Alternative Movie Posters

Last year, Bong Joon Ho's Parasites was the first South Korean film to win the Cannes Film Festival Grand Prize, and this year it was the first non-English film to win an Oscar. Alexei...

Untamed Flora and Fauna Rendered with Mud in New Multi-Level Mural by Yusuke Asai

Part of a solo exhibition titled Gimme Something/To Eat at Anomaly in Tokyo, a multi-level project by Japanese painter Yusuke Asai considers the structure of ecosystems and the relationship between humans, animals, and nature. In his mythical installation “The earth is...

Black Trash Bags Take Control of Animal and Human Life in ‘Garb-age’ by Murmure

French duo Paul Ressencourt and Simon Roche, or Murmure, highlight the nefarious nature of a commonplace object in their latest project that explores the human impact on the environment. The monochromatic pieces illustrate the ubiquity...

The new five-hour iPhone promotional video invites you to the Hermitage tour

Most commercials and ads do not last more than 15-30 seconds. The latest advertising Apple iPhone 11 Pro lasts more than five hours. Spectators go on a fabulous tour of one of the largest...

The artist brought to life the painting by Hendrick Avercamp

French artist and motion picture designer Francine Leclercq from the duo Soltani+Leclercq "breathed life" into the famous painting "Winter Landscape with Skaters" by Dutch artist Hendrik Averkamp. The work was created as part of...

She wasn’t a bird: Charlotte Brontë’s handwritten manuscript for Jane Eyre

Branwell Bronte - portrait of his sisters: Ann, Emily, and Charlotte, circa 1834 (in the center he painted himself) / provided for exhibition at the Morgan Library and Museum / National Portrait Gallery, London. The...

Stockholm Design Week: What Sustainable Development Shows

"Chicken bones are the main layer of burials that modern mankind will leave to its descendants. We decided to paint them pink," say designers Leo Fidjeland and Linnea Våglund Nonhuman Nonsense, members of the...

A Minimalist Home in Japan Utilizes a Tent Structure With Open Air Sides

A new tent-shaped home built in a small agricultural village near Nagoka, a city in the Niigata prefecture of Japan, is designed with a community in mind, rather than a single family. Conceived of...

An Anti-Smartphone With a Rotary Designed and Built by Space Engineer Justine Haupt

Justine Haupt, a developer of astronomy instrumentation at Brookhaven National Laboratory, spent the last three years developing a device that strips away all of the non-phone functions of modern smartphones. The Portable Wireless Electronic Digital...

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