Martin Heuwold aka MEGX, has a knack for transforming uninteresting or abandoned urban structures into something spectacular. First up are some installations where MEGX transforms vacant storefronts into an expression on the opposite nature of vacant (dead) and occupied (living) storefronts.
Mademoiselle Maurice breathes vivid color into the streets with Rainbow, a colorful array of folded paper origami.
Firm. by Kazunori Matsumura
“Firm. by Kazunori Matsumura” is a collection of his recent design and artwork.
Willem Claassen – Static and Kinetic Sculpture Installations
Willem Claassen fabricates large static and kinetic sculpture installations. What I find interesting about Claassen’s artwork is, first, the kinetic sculpture.
Artwork of Jim Denevan
Jim Denevan creates huge, large scale works of art in sand, earth, ice and more. These works are almost always massive and can measure in miles or kilometers rather than yards or meters.
20 Most Read Posts from 2011
As 2011 ends and we begin 2012, I want to reflect on the most read post of the last year. Here is a collection of the 20 most read posts written in 2011.
Monika Grzymala has an amazing looking show that is wrapping up at the Sumarria Lunn on the 11th. You should consider checking it out if you are in the London area.
Carsten Höller will be transforming the New Museum’s building into an giant playground as part of his retrospective show on October 26. Höller will be installing an enclosed slide that visitors can use to travel from the fourth floor to the second.
Painterly Photography by Alexa Meade
The artwork of Alexa Meade is certainly much more than my title suggests and lives somewhere between photography, painting and performance. These illusionistic installations require tedious attention to detail to pull off such a wonderful visual effect.