Two months ahead of its official debut, the world's largest spherical building, the Sphere, put on a spectacular Fourth of July show. Its incredible 580,000-square-foot wraparound LED screen—called the Exosphere—transformed into an array of colorful displays that lit up the night. From the American flag to fireworks to a lifelike Moon, these dazzling animations illuminated the Las Vegas skyline.
The phrase “putting down roots” is likely familiar to anyone looking for a permanent place to call home.
Floating above downtown Columbus, Ohio, is a new sculpture by artist Janet Echelman.
With a history stretching back to the late 1500s, Saint-Louis is heralded as France's first glass manufacturer. Even today, the company is still praised for its high-quality artisan creations in crystal glass, specifically in regard to lighting. In 2023, Saint-Louis's beautiful light fixtures were put on display in an immersive exhibition titled LUMIÈRES at the Santa Maria del Carmine church for Milan Design Week. Saint-Louis worked in collaboration with Nonotak Studio to create the experience.
Tucked into the corner of the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum is a portal to another world.
In 2019, conceptual artist Maurizio Cattelan sent shockwaves through the art world when he duct-taped a banana to the wall...
In the proper context, one object can completely transform into something else. Work by Argentina-based Estudio Normal is an awe-inspiring example of this phenomenon. The multidisciplinary architecture and design office created a sculpture titled Capot (Spanish for a car hood) at the center of Lollapalooza 2023 in Buenos Aires. Although at first glance it appears as a giant pine cone, the entire form was created using 95 hoods from Volkswagen Golf vehicles.
In preparation for the 2023 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, artists from around the world were selected to transform...
Understanding the past is vital to our future.
Springtime in Japan is known for spectacular cherry blossoms. While these are visible in real life between March and April, art collective teamLab creates annual immersive exhibitions that capture the beauty of these delicate pink flowers through amazing digital graphics. Hosted at teamLab Forest Fukuoka, this year's experience promises even more visual wonders with the addition of holographic animals.
Three years after it was originally scheduled, JR‘s enormous art installation has finally taken its place overlooking Hong Kong's Victoria...
The frozen landscape of Hokkaido in Japan was adorned once again by one of Azuma Makoto‘s surreal installations.