Posts by Katie Hosmer

November 14, 2014

Amazing Pixelated Structure Composed of Perfectly Arranged Cubes

Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto was recently commissioned by Paris-based art gallery Philippe Gravier to produce this beautifully innovative installation for the FIAC art fair in Paris’ Jardins des Tuileries. The project, entitled Many Small Cubes, is composed of stacks of variously sized aluminum cubes that appear precariously balanced in a visually exciting formation. Some of the cubes serve as homes for trees while others simply teeter on edges or hang suspended in mid-air.

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November 12, 2014

Hilarious Portraits of Cute Dogs Floating in Mid-Air

This hilarious series of animal portraits will definitely make you smile! Created by German photographer Julia Christe, this Freestyle Series captures the motion of various types of dogs as they leap through the air. Each playful portrait expresses the lively personality of the animals as ears, fur, and tail fly in every direction. As the dogs take on an elegant, weightless dance, their colorfully rich, textured fur pops out against the simple gray background.

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November 11, 2014

Imaginative Photo Series Features Clever Interactions Between People and Clouds

Staring up at the sky and finding shapes within the clouds is a pastime that has spanned the ages. Germany-based artist Markus Einspannier (@marcus1spannier) has taken this daydreaming activity to the next level by creating an imaginative photo collection, referred to as #UseTheClouds. In each interactive scene, the artist captures the perfect juxtaposition of human to sky. He makes it appear as though each fluffy white poof is just within reach.

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November 9, 2014

Psychedelic Lights Illuminate the Floor of a 13th-Century Castle Courtyard

We love how French artist Miguel Chevalier can transform interior spaces like churches and castles into a kaleidoscope of colors. Magic Carpets 2014 is a recent installation that comes alive at night across the octagonal inner courtyard at the Castel del Monte, a 13th-century architectural beauty located in southeast Italy. Inspired by the eight-sided structure, Chevalier developed a pattern of psychedelic, interactive lights that respond to the movements of visitors.

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