British artist Rebecca Louise Law creates immersive installations using real dried flowers. Dangling from the ceiling like a natural curtain, the flora invites the viewer to interact with the space in a new way. As they move through the strands of delicate petals and pods, there is the opportunity to look at and really study what has fascinated humans throughout time. One of Law’s latest exhibitions has recently opened at the Honolulu Museum of Art.
The Giza pyramids are the dramatic backdrop for a new installation by anonymous Spanish artist SpY.
A single tree offers a unique way to chronicle the changes that happen over the course of a year.
What did the Colosseum look like in Ancient Rome? And what will the Sagrada Familia look like when it's finished? These are some of the questions that the Dutch artistic duo DRIFT is answering with their aerial light sculptures. After perfecting their drone software, they've been able to create artworks that transform space and help visualize the impossible. Through incredible life-size renders, DRIFT is reimagining the future of architecture.
Qatar continues to transform its spaces into a public museum with a massive new installation by artist Olafur Eliasson.
For 36 years, Burning Man has been a gathering place for art lovers across the globe.
When you’re stuck in an airport, sometimes for hours on end, the ambiance matters. Having public art installations in an airport makes a place that can be stressful (and annoying) feel a little brighter. Art breathes new life into a space and this evident at the Tampa International Airport which recently welcomed a giant flamingo in the center of its main terminal.
Artist Anastasia Parmson has turned 3D into 2D by way of installation art.
Artist Es Devlin is asking the public to think about our place in nature with an immersive public installation called Come...
Over 20,000 Pounds of Recycled Materials Used to Create Interactive Light Installation at Burning Man [Interview]
After a two-year break, Burning Man came back, and with it came the innovative art installations that the festival is known for. This included an interactive LED sculpture made from recycled ocean plastic and glass by artist-engineer Jen Lewin. The Last Ocean is a large sculpture and light platform made from 10,912 pounds of recycled plastic and 9,268 pounds of glass fiber and recycled composites from coastal beach communities in South Africa.
For one family, the beach is a rocking good time.
Have you ever thought about stacking a propane tank on an upside-down glass bottle?