After a vacation this guy named Leif came back to his office and found it completely different then it usually looks like. Nearly every object in his office was switched with the exact same things but only out of cardboard.
These nature-inspired installations are part of the project called “Art of the Sky” led by environmental artist and photographer Daniel Dancer. The art creations are only making sense when seen from the sky, and they are simply made by using people and latex paint.
Every culture has its own food specialties that are rather unusual to others. Here we have picked out 10 food dishes that are strange and maybe repulsive.
10. Ducks tongue. This specialty is available in Hong Kong, and is often served with celery.
For the World Cup 2010 in South Africa, Plakker prepared for you an incredible initiative that unites the best of art and football. The first virtual “stickers” album! 67 “Stickers” made by 33 artists from 10 countries.
Who would have known that one can use newspapers to create art? The inventive artist Nick Georgiou from Queens, NY, is folding different newspapers to create sculptures and other installations. The sculptures are usually placed in public so you may have seen them around in New York City, but some of his pieces are also for indoor exhibition like the ones he has framed in to look like paintings.