We've posted about London's Elephant Parade before, but Benjamin Shine;s taxi elephant deserved another post. It is glossy black with chrome details. headlights for eyes and a taxi sign that are solar powered!
Joshua Foer launched Sukkah City, a design competition challenging architects and designers to re-imagine the ancient form of the sukkah in a contemporary context. 12 radically temporary structures will be built in Union Square Park.
The Archigram Archival Project makes the work of the seminal architectural group Archigram available free to the public. Run by EXP at the University of Westminster, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Hugh Hayden transforms old picture frames into one-of-a-kind ant farms. FRAMEicariums are the ant-farms of your childhood reimagined into a living work of art that showcase the geological excavations of the tunnels formed by ants.
A close up look at Oakley x Mambo Antix ~ an amazing artist collab on too many levels... the toy that holds sunglasses concept, the artwork, the way the packaging opens is magical too! See the details and video!
multithump, a multi-player version of marek bereza’s music sequencer iphone app thump. this special installation for seeper was installed at the v&a museum in london and executed in a tabletop format with graphics by david sweeney.
ARS Artists in residence show curated by Angela Vettese and Milovan at fondazione arnaldo pomodoro - twenty works by young artists selected by twenty of the most prestigious institutions in Italy and abroad.
There’s something beautifully nostalgic and inspiring, about vintage public information posters. Paul Rennie, postwar poster specialist, celebrates them with his new book, Modern British Posters: Art, Design & Communication.
In Antony Gormley's Breathing Room II at the Sean Kelly Gallery, NY, the viewer becomes the subject. Repeated cycle brilliant halogens come on for short bursts and then plunge the viewer and space into darkness.