To experience the art of Felice Varini is something out of the ordinary and rather spectacular. At first it all looks like geometric and abstract shapes dancing over different landscapes and buildings, but if you move in a certain direction you will notice that the shapes are starting to make sense and suddenly they will flatten into colorful 2D shapes. The Swiss artist has managed to use large areas and geometry to make abstract art that almost looks photoshopped and unreal.
Walking in the streets of Berlin you might have seen this piece of art on one of the fences, or maybe you haven’t? It can be hard to spot it because it’s “hidden” in a clever way. You have to stand in a special angle to view this black and white portrait because it’s invisible if you stare at the fence from the front.
This project is called “The New York Spring 2009” and its done by Fred Lebain. He worked as a food stylist, and eventually decided to cover objects from his childhood in chocolate in order to photograph them. Huge transparent posters around streets and roofs of New York is latest project of this French artist. [Read more…]
You might be shocked by this rude and naughty statue, but don’t draw any conclusions yet – just look at the statue from another angle. [Read more…]
In Brazil you can find an endless bridge, or is it that long? In fact it is 30 feet long but it’s made in a way that you think it goes on for miles.