Although the mention of someone recycling mattresses found in the garbage might give you the heebie-jeebies, wait until you see what Lor-K has turned them into for her new project ‘Eat Me.’ From the grill marks on kebobs to the powdered sugar on waffles, the French street artist is able to realistically recreate the small details we expect to find in the food we love.
Famous for his insanely detailed pumpkin carving skills, world-renowned sculptor Ray Villafane teams up with artist Sue Beatrice to carve up a different kind of sculpture in downtown Carefree, Arizona on display until August.
What started out with a simple message of ‘Hi’ created out of Post-it notes on windows has become an all-out unspoken jabber between two buildings on Canal Street with one company taking the bragging-rights crown in what is being dubbed as the ‘Post-it War.’
What we can only equate to America’s Rose Parade held in California every New Year is Italy’s spectacular Infiorata, or flower art festival; a tradition believed to have started back in the 1600s in Rome.
David Brodeur creates “Celestial Series,” an amazing collection of digitally rendered images of what looks to be crystal formations and plant life from a surreal dream.
Painter Peter Zimmermann’s first solo exhibition in his hometown brings an immersive experience where viewers can step, feel, and sit on what looks like candy-colored puddles made of multi-layered resin.
Portugal-based art director João Rocha classifies people into two categories for a humorous way of revealing one’s preference in a variety of topics from which side of the Force you side with to how you eat your sushi with the ongoing series ‘2 Kinds of People.’
Mark Reigelman II replaces the commonly seen orange steam tubes set above manholes in New York with a monochromatic cabin complete with a chimney to funnel the steam out for his latest mobile project “Smökers.”
British illustrator Mr Bingo places the respected Queen of England in some very naughty situations in ‘Dirty Queen’ and by featuring the humorous parodies, we hope we don’t get in trouble.
If you’re wondering what to do with all those AOL discs you received in the 90s which you kept, this would be it. Builder Steve Twydell of Templeboy Turnings in Sligo Ireland glued together a stack of compact discs to a block of wood, then transformed the resulting piece into a unique goblet. We really enjoyed watching this drinking cup take shape as it spun on the lathe.