Approximately 37 million km² – or around ¼ of the world’s land mass – is covered by natural forest, a habitat which is home to the majority of the planet’s [...]
Archive for May, 2010:
Equilibres – Quiet Afternoon is a series of photos of balanced sculptures made by Peter Fischli & David Weiss.
Jean de Dinterville was a French nobleman who came to England as an ambassador in the 1530. He was one of the two people shown in a famous painting by [...]
Devorah Sperber is an American installation artist known for creating works out of spools of thread, chenille pipe cleaners and map tacks that act as optical illusions. Some of her [...]
A fantastic natural phenomenon – in the sky above the Alta and Tromso formed a giant spiral with a blue glow inside. Spiral twisted right in front of astonished spectators. [...]
The man in the suit is French conceptual artist Philippe Ramette and the gravity-defying view from his perch is not a trick. How on earth does he do it? Philippe [...]
Daniel Mar /French Paper Artist …so many beautiful, intricate projects. I love the interplay of paper cuts and sculptural paper elements that Daniel uses to create dimension.
1. Madang lighthouse, Papua New Guinea This still active lighthouse, also known as the coast watchers monument, was built in 1959 as a memorial to the coastwatchers during the 2nd [...]
Calvary Artists from the group The Glue Society have decided to look at the scene described in the Bible as no one was looking before. Modern technological advances make it [...]