Are you afraid of heights? If not, you might be tempted to climb this staircase to the sky. South African land artist Strijdom van der Merwe is the creator behind Staircase to Heaven, an illusionary sculpture that looks like a set of endless steps that reach the clouds. However, once the viewer views the sculpture from a different angle, the visual trick is revealed. This piece is actually a vertical ladder that’s just 4.5 meters (14.
If you were a tourist or a commuter this October near King’s Cross Station in London, you may have seen...
One of the unique experiences revealed at the London Design Festival 2021 was an immersive virtual reality installation by Sou...
For four decades, artist Stan Herd has been using the earth as his canvas. Inspired by his experience growing up on a farm in Kansas, Herd has taken his love and knowledge of the land to new heights with his incredible portraits. His latest, located in Atlanta, was created in celebration of International Day of the Girl and World Space Week. Featuring NASA astronaut Stephanie Wilson, it stretches over 4,800 square feet.
Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto is well-known for his awe-inspiring works of art in which he uses salt to sculpt labyrinthine...
Digital artist Refik Anadol never ceases to titillate the senses with his alluring installations.
Taiwanese artist Cheng-Tsung Feng uses his work as a means of exploring the wisdom hidden within traditional crafts and techniques. Often reinventing ancient crafts through design, he applies a diverse range of hand-built methods that are found in artifacts to create large-scale installations and sculptures. His aim is to preserve precious traditional culture—some in danger of being lost forever—through its rebirth in his art. Such aspirations inspired his Fish Trap House series.
Inspired by the sea, artist Courtney Mattison expresses its beauty and fragility through her large-scale ceramic installations.
Halloween is just a few days away, and following closely on its heels is Day of the Dead.
Boston is one of America's most historic cities. Once the epicenter of American revolutionary spirit, it now offers a wide range of museums for all tastes, ranging from cutting-edge contemporary art to living sea creatures. Travel back in time with the U.S.S. Constitution or immerse yourself in the vast collections of Harvard University, the country's oldest university.
On October 1, three new statues went up in New York City’s Union Square.
Facing down the iconic Charging Bull statue on NYC’s Wall Street is a bronze sculpture of a giant gorilla.