Remember how much fun jungle gyms were when you were a kid? Personally, I found trees more appetizing when it came to stretching out my limbs with boys, but jungle gyms were still on the top of my outdoor entertainment list. I would never have resisted this one created by Numen/For Use, a design collective […]
As part of a project in Ireland’s Limerick City to match artists with its disused public spaces, graffiti artist Maser has transformed a derelict gas station into a Ed Ruscha-ish art installation with the latter’s characteristic colorful pop blocks and stripes. If only the gas station was still in business.
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has two new “psychedelic” art installations at the David Zwirner gallery in New York. One is called Infinity Mirrored Room – The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away and the other one, Love is Calling.
Environmental artist and photographer Daniel Dancer’s new project Art of the Sky features a series of installations that can only be seen from the sky. His canvas is contrasting natural scenery, with the shapes created by up to 4,000 people (in some cases) and bucketloads of latex paint.
Canadian artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller have brought their experimental art to the masses with an installation housed in a salvaged, thirty-foot Chinese junk ship in Toronto’s Trinity Bellwoods Park.
Argentine art duo Toba Toba makes fantastical dioramas and installations that look like scenes from an extra-terrestrial nature documentary full of glowing, marble-eyed animals, luminous plants, and florescent colors.