Two Hundred and Seventy Plastic Bags Rhythmically Inflate in a New...

Two hundred and seventy white garbage bags hang like ghosts in the columned hall of Vienna, Austria’s Museum für agewandte Kunst (MAK) for the exhibition Sagmeister &...

Origami Lava Pours from the Window of an Abandoned Building in...

As part of the recent LLUÈRNIA festival of light and fire in Catalonia, collaborators David Oliva of SP25 Arquitectura and Anna Juncà of Atelier 4 created this spectacular...

Bursts of Stylized Flowers by ‘Ouizi’ Transform Buildings Into Floral Canvases

Artist Louise Jones (previously), known professionally as Ouizi, focuses on flowers in her multi-faceted practice. Whether creating towering outdoor murals, carving linoleum prints, completing indoor mural...

Recycled Packing Materials Sculpted Into Elaborate Renaissance Costumes by Suzanne Jongmans

Interdisciplinary artist Suzanne Jongmans uses her skills as a sculptor and costume designer to create recycled garments from packing materials such as Styrofoam, plastic sheets, and...

Popular Cartoons and Mascots Unwind to Reveal Realistic Depictions of Their...

Dutch artist Stefan Thelen, a.k.a. Super A removes the fantasy from classic pop culture characters like Batman and Mickey Mouse to reveal more realistic interpretations of...

Captivating Photographs of Storm Clouds by Camille Seaman Show Nature’s Power

Photographer Camille Seaman travels the world capturing fleeting moments of power in diverse landscapes. From melting icebergs at both poles to stormy states across America, Seaman...

A Kinetic Sculpture Built from over 600 Parts Gracefully Imitates a...

Carapace is a kinetic sculpture designed by Derek Hugger that mimics the motion of a sea turtle gliding through the ocean. The wooden work is composed of over...

Larger-Than-Life Animals Terrorize Suburban Towns in Paintings by John Brosio

The paintings of John Brosio feel incredibly cinematic, as if each is a still from a contemporary horror film paused at a striking moment of tension....

Mountain Ranges and Beehive Structures Inspire Amy Genser’s Intricate Rolled Paper...

Connecticut-based Amy Genser uses rolled paper and acrylic paint to create topographic explorations of rocky and oceanic landscapes. Her sculptures reference natural forms and creatures such...

Whimsical Literary Scenes Arranged with Hundreds of Colorful Hardcover and Paperback...

Prolific reader and book collector Elizabeth Sagan uses Instagram as a platform to promote the engaging experience of reading physical books. Using her colorful collection of thousands...