Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's "Solar Equation" is a large-scale public art installation that consists of a faithful simulation of the Sun, 100 million times smaller than the real thing. Commissioned by the Light in Winter Festival in Melbourne.
We’re not sure who the artist is behind this amazing Superman wheatpaste outside of the Lorimer stop in Williamsburg, but we’d definitely agree that the oft-delayed L train could use some superhuman help most mornings.
Designer Ibraheem Youssef seems to have traveled forward in time, seeing how the film "Inception" has become a hit film forever, putting his unofficial poster for it right in there in his collection of cult classics.
Terrific vintage feeling Satellite educational videos from This is Real Art. A few screenshots and link to the films for the satellite operator Astra, covering everything you need to know about the operation of a satellite.
This red chair with wood inserts on one of its legs is part of Marjolaine Poulin's M DESIGN summer collection. Using reclaimed materials and creating poétical concepts is the goal of this 2010 SCRAP project.