The iconic Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, designed by renowned architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, is a contemporary symbol of the city of Hamburg. The building is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year in style with a dazzling light installation. Designed by Studio DRIFT, Breaking Waves uses hundreds of illuminated drones to create floating ripples of light around the structure.
Tokyo-based French architect and artist Emmanuelle Moureaux showcases tape like you’ve never seen it before.
After a brutal storm, Italian sculptor Marco Martalar was moved to transform the damage into something beautiful.
South African-born artist Daniel Popper is known for his oversized, fantastical installations. Typically working on themes around human connection, his large-scale sculptures are immediately recognizable. Popper's work often shows up at art and music festivals; and in 2019, he created an incredible entry into EDC Las Vegas. The work, titled Chasm, is a little over 24 feet tall and shows a woman's head and bust slowly coming apart.
For the past six years, Finnish architect-designer Pasi Widgren has carried out a special winter tradition.
Have you ever wished you could fly through the sky?
Pakistani American artist Anila Quayyum Agha uses her many varied experiences as inspiration for her incredible installation art. She constructs intricate cubes that, when illuminated, cast beautiful Islamic patterns on all sides of the room. Not only do these precious lanterns explore the visible dynamic between light and shadow, but they also embody other polarities such as masculine and feminine, and religious and secular.
The biodiversity of our planet is one of the many things that make it beautiful.
Paper artists continue to find new ways to transform the two-dimensional medium into captivating creations.
Malaysian artist Jun Ong has pierced a former warehouse in Kuala Lumpur with light. Titled STAR/KL, the site-specific work features 111 LED beams that are fashioned into a starburst and penetrate the center of the building and outward past the chainlink fence and into the greenery. To create the illusion of one giant burst, the lighting is placed at different points in the structure.
Whether you want to call it fluid art, liquid art, or acrylic pouring, there’s nothing more satisfying than creating abstract...
Twigs and branches create spectacular trees and highlight the power and beauty of the natural world.