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.
Under the Millennium Bridge in London there have been spotted two glass penguins and a stuffed polar bear hanging with ropes around their necks. The whole idea of doing so is to make people more aware of the global climate change that the earth is going through.
Artist Edina Tokodi is giving street art a whole new twist. She is using green grass to make animal “graffiti” on the streets of Brooklyn. The meaning with her art is to make a more familiar, environmentally friendly state, and to give Brooklyn an overall healthy look.
Wood and carbon is a new great combination of materials that gives the strength that wood cannot give by itself. This “wood bike” known as Gary’s Carbonwood Bicycle is a proof of the material combination’s strong structure. It was featured for the first time during the Sydney Design Festival 2009.