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Epic Sahara Desert Art Installation Still Exists After 17 Years And Is Visible From Google Earth

By • Feb 25th, 2014 • Category: Art, Installation, Latest Posts

The word “epic” is thrown around a lot these days to describe art or other media that people like. If you want a good idea of what “epic” really looks like, however, you need to see the D. A. S. T. Arteam’s truly epic art installation near the Red Sea in Egypt. 17 years after its completion, this mystical desert spiral is still clearly visible on Google Earth. The work is of truly epic proportions – between 1995 and 1997, 8,000 m3 of sand were displaced to create Desert Breath, an art installation that occupies 100,000 m2 of desert.

Infinity Mirrored Room By Yayoi Kusama Gives Visitors A Taste Of Space

By • Nov 25th, 2013 • Category: Art, Installation, Latest Posts

Eccentric Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s intriguing art installation at the David Zwirner gallery in New York tussles with a tough concept that most of us have a difficult time wrapping our heads around – infinity. Her “I Who Have Arrived In Heaven” installation features infinity rooms that let visitors take a step into an enchanting and endless space.

9,000 Fallen Soldier Sand Drawings Commemorate Those Who Died On D-Day Beach

By • Sep 26th, 2013 • Category: Art, History, Installation, Latest Posts

British artists Andy Moss and Jamie Wardley, representing the Sand In Your Eye sand and ice sculpture gallery, created an unforgettable and thought-provoking work, entitled The Fallen 9000, to commemorate International Peace Day (Sept. 21st). Together with a group of volunteers, the artists covered the D-Day landing beach in Arromanche, France with the silhouettes of 9000 fallen soldiers.

Artist Spends 5 Years Covering Entire Kitchen in Millions of Glass Beads

By • Aug 19th, 2013 • Category: Art, Installation, Latest Posts

You might think you know what patience means, but American artist Liza Lou clearly has a bit better understanding about what meticulous work really is. Her first large scale work Kitchen took 5 years to complete (1991–1996), and is, as the title suggests, a life-size replica of a kitchen, covered entirely in millions of glass beads. Liza placed each of tiny beads separately using a pair of tweezers, and that way created an amazing mosaic surface to every single item in the room, from walls to newspaper to a bag of chips.

Crocheting Artist Yarn Bombs An Entire Locomotive in Poland

By • Aug 5th, 2013 • Category: Art, Latest Posts, Other

Yarnbombing has been gaining momentum as a form of street art all over the world, but Polish crocheting artist Olek demonstrates what a real challenge is: in mid July she crocheted an entire locomotive in Lodz, Poland, that will be on display through August 19th. This is by far the largest project this New York-based artist has completed. It took Olek and her four assistants 2 days of round the clock work to finish the installation.

Hundreds of Floating Umbrellas Once Again Cover The Streets in Portugal

By • Jul 8th, 2013 • Category: Art, Installation, Latest Posts, Travel

Do you remember the colorful Floating Umbrellas installation in the streets of Agueda, Portugal we posted last year? This year, Sextafeira Produções has once again hung up hundreds of colorful umbrellas, transforming your shopping experience or the afternoon walk into a Mary-Poppins type of adventure!

Massive Optical Illusion Made of Recycled Objects

By • Apr 11th, 2013 • Category: Art, Installation, Latest Posts, Optical Illusions

You may think you’re looking at a bizarre painting, but look closer, and you’ll realize that it’s actually an anamorphic 3D sculpture. The massive portrait of Malian actor Sotigui Kouyaté is the latest work of French artist Bernard Pras. It was created entirely out of recycled materials such as clothes and rags, wood, glass lanterns, dishes, rubber and other trash Bernard would gather from the installation site.

Russian Takes a Private Moon on a Journey Around the World

By • Apr 3rd, 2013 • Category: Latest Posts, Photography

What may look like a series of surreal photo-manipulations, actually has little to do with Photoshop! Moscow-based physician Leonid Tishkov has been traveling around the world with a private moon for over ten years now. A lamp installation, which he originally created for a festival of contemporary art, quickly found its way to Leonid’s home and the two haven’t parted since. Leonid calls this project a “performance of a lifetime”, with the moon revealing more and more spaces to him as the time goes.

Incredible 3D Sculptures made of Sewing Buttons

By • Mar 18th, 2013 • Category: Art, Installation, Latest Posts

Miami-based artist Augusto Esquivel creates incredible sculptures from thousands and thousands of sewing buttons. The artist carefully places these newly found tiny multi-colored art materials on a fishing line and builds magnificent artworks. Esquivel has already made quite a few of them, including a piano, a harp, a gramophone, a fire extinguisher and many more.

170 Foot Long Trampoline in the Woods of Russia

By • Dec 3rd, 2012 • Category: Art, Installation, Latest Posts

One of the best things in summer are the music and art festivals, ranging from a couple-night affairs with local bands to something as massive as the Burning Man. A smaller Russian version of it, called the Archstoyanie festival, among all other installations presented a 170 ft long trampoline. The massive Fast Track trampoline was constructed last July by an Estonia-based design company Salto in the woods of Nikola-Lenivets, Russia.

Hundreds of Toilet Paper Rolls Turned Into Art

By • Nov 21st, 2012 • Category: Art, Installation, Latest Posts, Weird

An average person would most likely come up with two possible uses for a toilet paper roll: first one being the very private one, and the second one – a high school TP prank. In this case, allow us to introduce you to Sakir Gökcebag, a Hamburg-based Turkish artist, and his Trans-Layers installations, made out of hundreds of toilet paper rolls that drape down the walls creating beautiful patterns.

Tunnel of Lights Made of Millions of LEDs in Japan

By • Nov 8th, 2012 • Category: Architecture, Art, Installation, Latest Posts

During the gloomy winters we all need something to color and light up our lives. The Japanese devoted a whole botanical garden for that purpose, and transformed it into a 7 million LED light winter illumination. Located on the island of Nagashima in Kuwana, the installations in the Nabana no Sato garden were opened just this week.