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Monthly Archives: July 2013

With the help of a few vibrantly colored petals, exotic birds have taken flight in Hong Yi’s brilliant collection. The petals, pulled from gerberas that are native to Asia and Africa, are relatives of the daisy family. The varying color palette found in the flower Read more

A network of twisted tree roots appears to be invading the infrastructure at Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris!  Now through early September, Brazilian artist, Henrique Oliveira’s display of intertwined nature titled Baitogogo will grace the architectural structure of the museum. Read more

Bold, geometric sculptures, designed to resemble low polygon 3D renderings are being spotted all over the world. Polygons, in theory, can have any number of sides but they are Read more

As a strong believer in being able to tell a lot about a person by the shoes they wear (a little superficial, I know), this photo series entitled Famous Shoes immediately caught my eye. Italian Multimedia Designer Federico Mauro has cleanly put together a collection of shoes worn by iconic stars from Michael Jackson to Cinderella, Read more

As a strong believer in being able to tell a lot about a person by the shoes they wear (a little superficial, I know), this photo series entitled Famous Shoes immediately caught my eye. Italian Multimedia Designer Federico Mauro has cleanly put together a collection of shoes worn by iconic stars from Michael Jackson to Cinderella, Read more

Jeff Rouitto is an extremely talented artist who creates complex designs using pieces of driftwood found alongside the Washington coast. The collection includes an assortment of animals from horses to giraffes. Read more

Brooklyn based installation artists Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen Nguyen collaborate to create massive sculptures that force the viewer to question their own visual foundations such as memory, perception and imagination. Recently, the two artists installed Sun Valley in The Center’s gallery in Ketchum, Idaho. Crafted completely from paper, Read more

Look closely at this assortment of incredibly detailed body paintings by Italian artist Johannes Stötter. For this collection, models are staged and camouflaged with paint to create stunning still life and landscape portraits.

Love!  Read more

The largest eco-responsible event to hit Canada comes in the form of botanical brilliance at the Montreal Botanical Gardens this summer. The festival, Mosaicultures Internationales Montréal 2013 brings horticulturists from around the globe  who carefully plant, trim and hedge bushes to reflect the festival’s theme, Land of Hope Read more

 Xu Bing, a renowned Chinese artist, designed two monumental birds inspired by the interconnection between labor, commercial development, and the wealth accumulating in China.  Crafted from demolition debris, steel beams and tools from construction sites in urban China, Bing gave birth to a 90 foot male Read more

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