What do you see in these marvelous photos? You see a room in the Guggenheim Museum that is filled to the brim with 100,000 $1 bills. The money is actually a honorarium that artist Hans-Peter_Feldmann won for for significant achievement in contemporary art. This is known as the Biennal Hugo Boss Prize. He thought it would be a unique gesture for the museum to actually see how much money that is.
Ah, Legos. For the last 70 years, these interlocking bricks have been amongst the most widely sold toys in the world. They’re fun to play with because they utilize your imagination: you can construct anything you can think of, and then tear it apart so you can build something else. Of course, it doesn’t always work out. [Read more...]
If this is horrible or just another piece of bizarre art is something that we cannot decide yet. Horse lovers are definitely going to get goosebumps when see these shoe creations that draws lot of attention.
By using old paper waste like junk mail, old calendars, photos, postcards, etc, Sandhi Schimmel Gold is creating some amazing mosaic portraits. They have an up-to-date look with a nice splash of fresh colors. It almost looks like really expensive art that you want to buy for decorating your living room. As you can see the figures on the mosaics are mostly women that he has found from different advertising.
“Creative genius” and “most influential pop culture artist of our time” is just a few ways to describe Olly Moss. He is showing his talent in his first solo exhibition called Paper Cuts. The incredible art pieces are actually paper silhouettes of famous pop cultural characters like the Joker, Bruce Willis from Die Hard, Boba Fett and Pinocchio among many others.