UK sculptor Robin Wight  has putting together a stunning collection of wind-blown fairies that look as though they’ve been extracted straight from a fantasy world. Built up using a heavy stainless steel wiring and seemingly suspended in

The Abyss Table, brilliantly designed by Christopher Duffy, is nothing short of breathtaking beautiful. During construction, layer upon layer of wood and glass are meticulously stacked to create a visual that mirrors a topography

Photography by Iwan Baan, © Vitra Photography by Iwan Baan, © Vitra Located on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein, this park features a brilliantly constructed work of architecture entitled the “VitraHaus” that was developed after a large fire in the 1950s destroyed most of the site’s existing factory buildings. The VitraHaus’ sleek and contemporary shell was built Continue Reading

Surrounded by a light fog, from a distance, these park benches look like a fleet of boats setting sail into the horizon. Located along the bank of the

French artist Bernard Pras is definitely an optical illusion genius! Working with found objects, Pras installs “anamorphic portraits” into a room. Only when viewed from a certain vantage point can the intended picture be seen.

At first glance, these line drawings might resemble something your kid sister scribbled, but upon closer inspection, you realize that the drawings are in fact real furniture!

In this “Recycle” series, artist Cristobal Valecillos creates beautifully detailed sculptures and set installations from waste turning trash into something to be treasured. “My art form involves an innovative concept of using raw cardboard and paper, born out of a desire to create art without generating waste.   This led to my inspiration to use everyday Continue Reading

Willy Verginer is a talented artist based out of Ortisei, a small town located in South Tyrol, Italy. For his latest collection entitled “Human Nature,” Vergiener uses a color blocking technique to create graphic sculptural designs carved from solid pieces of

I remember when I was little my brother used to collect hermit crabs because, along with POGS and Super Mario,  crabs were some big craze in the mid 90′s. We used to watch the crabs dig around in their sandy makeshift habitat, and my brother would pick them up, daring the stinging pinch of the Continue Reading

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.

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