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Tales of Auto Elasticity by Chris Labrooy

Category: Art Published on 19 Nov, 2014

UK-based artist Chris Labrooy has unveiled his latest series of work titled ‘Tales of Auto Elasticity’. Based on his previous 2013 Auto Aerobics project, the series of illustration a range of brightly colored classic pickup distorted and interlocked to produce elastic compositions.

Paris Views by Gail Albert Halaban

Category: Art Published on 04 Nov, 2014

For the New York photographer Gail Albert Halaban peek and capture with her camera the private life which takes place behind the windows isn’t just voyeurism but an artistic choice.

Tape Paris installation by Numen / For Use at Palais de Tokyo

Category: Art Published on 29 Oct, 2014

Berlin-based art collective Numen / For Use employed 44kms of scotch in their latest installation called “Tape Paris”, at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, as part of the large ‘Inside’ exhibition.

Fabian Oefner x Ferrari – State of the Art, 2015 Ferrari California T

Category: Art Published on 14 Oct, 2014

Swiss artist Fabian Oefner recently visited Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello to interpret the latest Ferrari Grand Tourer, the 2015 California T as an art form through his eyes.

Delirious Frites installation by Les Astronautes

Category: Art Published on 13 Oct, 2014

Hundreds of pool noodles invade an abandoned alley in Québec City, Canada, for the Delirious Frites installation created by creative collective Les Astronautes.

Situation Room installation by Marc Fornes + Jana Winderen

Category: Art Published on 13 Oct, 2014

Oslo-based artist Jana Winderen and architect Marc Fornes / TheVeryMany, have conceived the “Situation Room” installation at New York’s Storefront for Art and Architecture.

Réalité installation in Paris by Boa Mistura

Category: Art Published on 07 Oct, 2014

Spanish multidisciplinary collective Boa Mistura recently completed a new installation titled ‘Réalité’ under the rail tracks of the Chevaleret Metro Station in Paris as part of the event Nuit Blanche.

Gray Malin’s Colored Sheep for the Dream Series

Category: Art Published on 06 Oct, 2014

Photographer Gray Malin’s Dream Series brings its viewers on a surreal journey through a vibrantly colored dream world with fancy sheep.

Alex Chinneck’s hovering installation in Covent Garden

Category: Art Published on 02 Oct, 2014

This new installation – entitled ‘Take my lightning but don’t steal my thunder’ – is the latest mind-bending artwork by innovative British artist Alex Chinneck, and is on display on Covent Garden’s East Piazza until 24th October.

The Stacked Urban Architecture of Hong Kong by Peter Stewart

Category: Art Published on 25 Sep, 2014

Australian photographer Peter Stewart recently unveiled his latest series of photos titled, “The Stacked Urban Architecture of Hong Kong.”

Nike Sneakerball Sculpture by Shane Griffin

Category: Art Published on 23 Sep, 2014

Nike Netherlands and creative agency Rosie Lees London commisioned New York artist Shane Griffin to design a sculpture for their annual Sneakerball event, held this year in Palacio Cibeles, Madrid, Spain.

Suspended Cardboard Boxes Installation by Zimoun & Hannes Zweifel

Category: Art Published on 15 Sep, 2014

Swiss artist Zimoun has collaborated with architect Hannes Zweifel to realized a site specific installation for the Mannheimer Kunstverein gallery.

Riverbed by Olafur Eliasson

Category: Art Published on 19 Aug, 2014

On 20 August Louisiana Museum of Modern Art opens its doors to the first solo exhibition at the museum by the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson.

Chocolate Lego Bricks by Akihito Mizuuchi 

Category: Art Published on 14 Aug, 2014

Illustrator and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi has designed a modular system for creating edible chocolate LEGO bricks.

The Felt Cornershop by Lucy Sparrow

Category: Art Published on 08 Aug, 2014

UK artist Lucy Sparrow has restocked an abandoned cornershop in Bethnal Green, east London, with 4,000 handmade felt versions of familiar grocery items.

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