Mall Debuts Spectacular Swirling Flouncy Skirts

Just in time to usher in Spring, acclaimed Canadian artist Heather Nicol unveils an art installation that has ‘cheery’ written all over it with ‘Soft Spin.’ The giant, swirling skirt and sound sculptures was commissioned by Arts Brookfield to help debut the opening of Brookfield Place, the newly renovated lifestyle complex and entertainment destination in New York City.

The Flower Men of Calcutta

Ken Hermann features a juxtaposition seen in the everyday dealings at the famed Mallick Ghat flower market, the oldest and largest of its kind in India, in the series ‘Flower Men.’ The Danish photographer captures male flower vendors posing in front of the Hooghly River donning a serious expression while draped in hibiscus garlands, crowned with mango leaves, and holding bouquets of bright flora.

Street Soccer At Its Best

Marvel at World Freestyle Football Champion Séan Garnier’s crazy street football skills and his ability to combine dance moves while making fools of those who dare step up to his game. While it’s hard to follow the ball and his feet at the same time, rest assured that the unknowing London pedestrians who thought they had game were undeniably schooled over and over again.

Whimsical Found Art Illustrations

Quirky illustrator, Roger Chouinard, uses the discarded objects he or his friends find around California alleys to create fun illustrations of animals, birds, robots and whatever else strikes his fancy. His recent series of illustrations is captured in a picture book called, PLAYBOOK Fun with Found Objects.