English artist Alex Chinneck, famous for his controversial installation, constructed a new façade for a former livery stables located just south of Blackfriars Bridge in London to make the building look like it has been turned upside down.
Italian artist and graphic designer Marco Sodano created pixilated art masterpieces using LEGO blocks.
As an ultimate prove that there are no limits to what can be made out of a square piece of paper, Swiss origami artist Sipho Mabona plans to fold a life-sized elephant from a specially produced 2,500 square foot (125 sqm) sheet of paper at the Art Museum in Beromünster, Switzerland.
Netherlands-based designer Yoni Lefevre has teamed up with photographer Nick Bookelaar to create “Grey Power,” a project that recreates kids’ drawings of their grandparents in colorful, sometimes surreal photos.
British illustrator and graphic designer Chris Anderson was commissioned by The Chimp Store, a clothing store based in Leeds, United Kingdom, to create cardboard replicas of their new Adidas originals line arriving in 2014.
Paying homage to iconic movies and TV series such as The Simpsons, Breaking Bad, The Goonies and Star Wars, Brazilian illustrator, designer and art director based in London Mr. Peruca created a series of iconic and famous characters representing by their bald heads.
Famed Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama presents “I Who Have Arrived In Heaven”, a big show of new and recent work hosted at David Zwirner gallery in New York.
Korean sculptor and installation artist Do-Ho Suh explores the notion of home with his last work titled “Home Within Home”, on display until May 11, 2014 at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, Korea.
In his recent art project called “Art x Smart”, Korea-based illustrator Kim Dong-Kyu has combined famous paintings like “The Girl With the Pearl Earring” with 21st century technology.
Spanish artist based in Madrid SpY has recently created a piece of “botanical graffiti” titled “Grow” in Besançon, France. The urban artist’s careful pruning gave a vagrant patch of vines a new circular shape, turning the site into a living artwork that locals now take pride in preserving.
Painter and street artist Favio Martinez, aka Curiot, creates colorful paintings, featuring mythical half-animal and half-human figures and scenes alluding to Mexican traditions (geometric designs, Day of the Dead styles, myths and legends, tribal elements). Curiot uses for his artwork a a mixture of highly vibrant yet complementary colors.