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Originally an orienteering mapmaker, 54 years old Simon Beck from Southern England, educated at Millfield School and Oxford University, got fond of expressing himself through gigantic snow “crop circles” look art. It all started once he bought an apartment in Les Arcs, French ski resort in 2004. Each creation takes around 10 hours of walking in snowshoes and covers a significant piece of frozen lake sometimes even size of 6 football fields. The artist usually draw the design on a piece of paper before starting and as soon as he ready the only thing he is using outside is the handheld orienteering compass and pace…
Artists always try to capture a special moment creating more and more challenges for themselves and their audience. Sarah Lim, Texas-based photographer, brought up the idea of watching people’s emotions towards a water balloon thrown right at their faces. Scared, surprised, excited, annoyed – first reaction will never lie. [Sarah Lim]
Ukraine-based artists Dmytro and Iuliia have an extraordinary talent of turning paper into silhouetted scenes. To make their work, the paper-cutting artists snip away at sheets of black paper to create all kinds of designs.
Argentina-based Minga Creative – Studio came out with a funny and creative posters idea. They called the project “WTF?” and after gaining success had to even make an addition of WTF 2. The abbreviation is usually used to express ridicule and to point out what doesn’t make sense. Minga’s posters totally reflects this meaning.
Photographer Philip Karlberg completed a photo shoot of famous faces for Plaza Magazine just using lighting carefully arranged wooden pegs. Playing with sunglasses and 1200 pieces of wood, the rendering is very successful.
Have you ever stuck your head out of the car window as a kid to get the roller-coaster-like feel of winds blowing through your teeth and gums?! I’m sure you’ve enjoyed it at least once. Lithuanian photographer and artist Tadao Cern decided to recreate the look of peoples faces enduring gale-force winds through this hilarious photo-shoot entitled, Blow Job.
Street Art has always been a media window for Activism, we’ve come across a couple of talented stencil artists, from Tabriz, Iran, that have turned the walls of their cities into cause-driven messages presented in a fashionable and artistic manor.
This year at 8:30pm, Saturday 31 March is Earth Hour 2012, the world’s celebration of an action for the planet by switching off lights for an hour, then go beyond the hour. From 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm and within those 60 minutes, millions of people across the world will turn off their lights to raise awareness of climate changes taking place. Many monuments and landmarks across the world will turn off their lights and take part in this event. From its start as a single-city initiative by Sydney, Australia in 2007, Earth Hour has grown into a global symbol of hope and movement for change. In 2011, Earth…
Esther Stocker, Italian installation artist born in Silandro, Italy, has created a number of minimal geometrical rooms with abstract ambiguities.