Throughout recent years, kids have been putting up their own book exchange programs in homemade bookcases around their neighborhoods and The Indianapolis Public Library took the same idea and expanded it on a much larger scale with ‘Public Collection.’
Polish artist Adam Kalinowski drops a collection of vividly-colored sand providing a burst of color in the middle of The Pearl-Qatar, an artificial island in Doha, Qatar, appropriately called The Dream City.
The Tower at PNC Plaza opened in Pittsburgh, PA this month and the eco-friendly structure is paving the way for large structures getting in on the ‘green’ bandwagon. Design firm ESI Design installed an impressive 30 foot chandelier soaring over 24 feet high called ‘The Beacon’ in the lobby that serves a much bigger purpose other than a mere status symbol.
As part of Helsinki Design Week, the largest design festival in Scandinavia, environmental artist Kaisa Berry and creative director Timo Berry of BOTH made it rain umbrellas inside Ahead Arena at the 2015 Habitare Design Fair in Finland.
Netherlands-based artist Suzan Drummen creates large mandala-type installations with an array of beautiful and shiny objects that creates a three-dimensional effect and a visually stunning artwork.
Steve Messam created the freestanding arch from 22,000 sheets of paper in the English countryside over a stream in the Grisedale Valley, Patterdale using nothing but the physics of compression
Just the mention of megaphones usually bring an unsolicited ringing to our ears but these gigantic wooden ones built by students from the Estonian Academy Of Arts are definitely not the annoying kind.
Built inside Austria’s Innsbruck Gallery, a space known for hosting interactive installation art, ‘Tube’ is composed of safety nets held up by elastic strings spanning multiple levels of the gallery.
At first glance, the humble greenhouse in the garden of Lust and the Apple Gallery in Temple, Scotland looks like it’s brimming with abundant plant-life but a visit inside tells another story.
Karina Smigla-Bobinski creates ADA, a globular sculpture that begs to be pushed, spun and interacted with in order to create its own abstract art around the walls.