Ordinary products- a chair, a pair of shoes, a pair of boxing gloves, a doormat and a chest belt-are supplemented with electronic digital counters that count peculiar interactions with their users.
Designed by Julijonas Urbonas at the RCA.
Living Light by The Living is a building facade of the future that displays air quality and public interest in the environment. It is a permanent outdoor pavilion in Peace Park, across from World Cup Stadium in Seoul, Korea.
The Battle of Trafalgar is an ambitious piece and Barnaby Barford's largest to date. Barford is an artist who works primarily with ceramics to create unique narrative pieces. For this big scene he has introduced concrete into his aesthetic.
The installation “Chapter I: The Discovery” by Félix Luque Sánchez consists of a sculpture representing an unidentified object in the shape of a dodecahedron and a number of videos re staging the moment of its discovery.
Sotheby’s first ever outdoor selling exhibition at Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire is up and running. The exhibition, in association with Carpenters Workshop Gallery, presents 25 unique/limited-edition works of contemporary art.
An electronic device can predict an incoming bout of misery through statistical analysis of accumulated data. 'Happy Life' is a concept by Auger-Loizeau, part of the Impact exhibition, a unique collaboration between science and design.
Shopping Trophies by artist Pucci de Rossi are modern versions of wall mounted animal heads within whose stylized antlers are trademarks, logos and brand names like Nike, Gucci, Coca Cola, Prada and more.
Troika 'Light Rain'- UK Pavilion, China-. From a drizzle to heavy rain, light raindrops enliven the space, creating a beautiful environment in which to reconsider the importance of one of the most simple and essential natural phenomena.
Upon exit of the Seed Cathedral, Troika's last installation (Living City) presents a giant green river of plants bursting through the canopy of the last walkway, showcasing some of the most useful plant species for the future of our cities.
Presented at Shanghai World Expo 2010, Firefly is an interactive lighting that reacts to human behavior like a cloud of glowing insects. They wriggle, light up and scatter in response to the motion of visitors. From Kkristen+v.Moreau.
Last April UVA (United Visual Artists) created "Speed of light" for Virgin Media to celebrate the tenth anniversary of broadband in the UK. One of the several light installations featured a mesmerizing laser living room.
This fashion victim is a cigarette dwelling sax genie. Influenced by genie in Aladdin and short film 'The Cat Piano', this piece is made from a combination of photoshop masks and Indian Ink textures. BY Mete Erdogan.
Everybody knows the great pixelart of eBoy (eBoy FixPix). Now there is their first iPhone App available: Tilt your iPhone to explore eBoy’s mind-boggling art and find the right angle to solve the puzzle.
REFRAMESF takes you around the city in the ultimate photo scavenger hunt! Armed with film screen-shots, teams set out to capture photos of San Francisco filming locations and contrast the cinematic past with the present.
Simon Birch, Hong Kong-based artist created "Hope and Glory", a mix of 20 different installations in a 20,000-square-foot space. One full-scale room is designed to look like a 3-D rendering, until you realize, wait, it's real.
Bing Destination Maps is an interesting way of rendering geographical maps in a more visually simplified way. The 'Cool' feature allows the selection of a visual map style such as 'Sketchy', 'European', 'American' or 'Treasure'.