Category Archive: art

Impure Photography – Photographer uses chemical pollutants to manipulate his images

Photographer  Brandon Seidler takes photos of contaminated sites in and around New Jersey and the Hudson River, and then takes his photographic negatives and soaks them in the very same chemicals found to be polluting  the… Continue reading

Miniature calendar dioramas by Tatsuya Tanaka

Broccoli and parsley might sometimes look like a forest, or the tree leaves floating on the surface of the water might sometimes look like little boats. Everyday occurrences seen from a pygmy’s perspective… Continue reading

National Building Museum turned into a massive ball pool

  The Beach is an interactive architectural installation designed by Snarkitecture for the National Building Museum in Washington DC. Taking cues from the familiar experience of a summer day at the beach, Snarkitecture… Continue reading

Street Art by Pejac

A collection of street art by spanish artist  Pejac. He creates murals mostly in black and white with a socio-critical background.

Sculpted Murals Made from Trash

Street artist Bordalo II uses old tires, damaged bumpers, and other scraps of painted found trash to form impressive 3D murals of animals on the streets of Lisbon, Portugal. He’s exploring his own… Continue reading

Surreal Animal Paintings by Samuli Heimonen

Finnish visual artist Samuli Heimonen through his surrealist paintings uses animals as a metaphor for human emotion. For him painting is a good tool to bring up stuff that you don’t normally see,… Continue reading

Life size Animal Sculptures made out of Galvanized Wire

Kendra Haste is a contemporary animal sculptor working with the medium of galvanised wire. Artist’s statement What interests me most about studying animals is identifying the spirit and character of the individual creatures.… Continue reading


The UNFRAMED Ellis Island is an  installation, by  French artist JR, which brings Ellis Island’s abandoned hospital, its patients and staff members to life. From 1892 to 1954, over 12 million immigrants entered USA through the… Continue reading

Miniature wonderlands captured in molten glass

Devon-based Jenny Ayrton captures miniature wonderlands in molten glass. Her delightfully domestic sculptures are inspired by familiar everyday scenes. She encases delicate metal drawings within blocks of glass using a sand-casting technique. The… Continue reading