Over the summer, the Morton Arboretum in northern Illinois welcomed some peculiar new guests: a whimsical tribe of wooden trolls. Crafted by Danish artist Thomas Dambo, these mythical creatures are the sought-after stars of the outdoor museum’s site-specific exhibit, Troll Hunt. Troll Hunt invites the public to find six folkloric figures hidden within the arboretum: Niels Bragger, Furry Ema, Sneaky Socks Alexa, Rocky Bardur, Little Arturs, and Joe the Guardian.
Photographer Chris Engman invites you to enter a world within a world.
British artist Rebecca Louise Law uses real flowers as her medium to create stunning, immersive installation art.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nayan & Vaishali (@nvillustration) on Mar 7, 2018 at 7:44am PST India-based artists Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama create tiny bird illustrations out of hand-cut paper. The incredible paper sparrows, doves, owls, and more are all part of an going paper art project titled 365 Days of Miniature.
Since the dawn of mankind, people have been fascinated with the moon—whether as a religious deity to ancient Romans and...
A post shared by Dave Keane (@davekeane)
A post shared by Design Indaba (@designindaba) on Aug 31, 2018 at 6:01am PDT Each year the eyes of the world are glued to the Nevada desert, as the Burning Man festival reaches its apex over Labor Day weekend. The annual event attracts people from around the globe, including major artists and architects who help transform the Playa with their incredible art installations.
For years, artist Janaina Mello Landini has captivated us with her collection of Ciclotramas.
A post shared by Julianne Buescher (@juliannebuescher)
It has been 52 years since Yayoi Kusama’s first Narcissus Garden installation in 1966, and the legendary Japanese artist has once again filled an entire space with a multitude of mirrored spheres. The latest version of the iconic series was commissioned for Rockaway!—a public arts festival founded by MoMA PS1’s Director, Klaus Biesenbach, that aims to support the ongoing redevelopment of New York’s Rockaway Peninsula area following Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Artist Chris Wood has mastered the medium of light.
It’s not just wooden sculptures and bonfires that get scorched at Burning Man.