Have you ever looked at a landscape painting and imagined it coming to life? Japanese videographer Yusuke Shigeta decided to transform an ancient artwork into an animation that now looks like something from a video game. His work is titled Sekigahara-Sansui-zu-Byobu (Folding Screen of Painted Sekigahara Landscapes) and is based on a 17th-century multi-panel screen that depicts the Battle of Sekigahara.
A statue in Noto, Japan is stirring some controversy amongst the public.
If you happen to find yourself in Nantes, France, be sure to head to Jardin des Plantes, a large botanical...
A walk on the beach is one of life’s simple pleasures; but for land artist Jon Foreman, it’s a chance to get creative. The UK-based artist collects natural materials such as stones, pebbles, and shells and then artistically arranges them in mesmerizing swirling patterns. Once he’s finished, the sandy landscape is temporarily transformed. Each ephemeral installation will eventually disappear when it’s reclaimed by the earth or washed away by the tide.
Argentinian visual artist Ana María Hernando has been surrounded by fabrics from a very young age.
Solar Mountain Is a Permanent Art Installation That Would Produce 300 MWH of Renewable Energy at Burning Man
Environmental design is becoming more and more relevant as we feel the effects of climate change on our planet.
Propelled by precious memories of loved ones lost, Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto creates in order to preserve and cherish those sacred remembrances too often forgotten with time. Best known for his painstakingly crafted salt installations which he often shapes into labyrinthine patterns, the artist has recently completed a piece for a solo exhibition at the Setouchi City Museum of Art titled Sakura Shibefuru.
The enchanting Van Gogh experience that wowed Paris and Toronto is debuting concurrently at different cities in the United States this...
The mysterious swirls and whirls of yellow and white against a rich blue night sky is quite easy to recognize...
Since her early childhood, contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama has found creative inspiration in nature. From polka dot pumpkins to flower “obliterations,” she captures plantlife in her own distinctive style. Now, audiences will be able to see Kusama's colorful art installed outdoors in a new exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden.
Hope is a word that we have all become more familiar with—or perhaps forgotten—in the last year or so.
Immersive Installation Suspends a Field of Grass From the Ceiling to Contemplate the Nature of Goodbyes
At the end of a party, there's often the question of how to best leave without making a fuss.