British sculptor Alex Chinneck has brought his mind-bending illusions to Italy with an incredible installation in Milan. Concurrently with Milan Design Week, Chinneck has literally unzipped the facade of a building in the city in what he calls the most ambitious work he’s ever made. In addition to the incredible exterior, the building’s interior is also filled with several installations that carry through the zipper theme, making for a cohesive and immersive experience.
With the UK’s imminent exit from the European Union on the horizon, British illustrators and designers Stanley Chow and Dave...
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A post shared by Rogelio Vazquez (@polo_tatts) on Mar 28, 2019 at 6:49pm PDT Embroidery and tattoos have more in common than you might think. When you consider how each of their images is created, the similarities are striking. They both use needles to form designs and require the respective artist to make deliberate linear marks every time they touch fabric or skin. These likenesses, when combined, make for eye-catching ink that’s spawned a new trend called embroidery tattoos.
Painter and pop culture icon Bob Ross believed that “there’s an artist hidden at the bottom of every single one...
Who doesn’t love a nice stroll in the garden?
British Columbia-based artist Nicole Dextras creates eye-catching installations with an icy twist. Exploring thought-provoking themes like environmentalism and ephemerality, Dextras has crafted a collection of Frozen Textiles that transform ordinary garments into hanging icicles, blocks of ice, and even a larger-than-life Bouquet. Equally inspired by science fiction and fanciful folklore, this ethereal Bouquet installation captures Dextras’ interest in reimagining nature.
With sea levels on the rise and a lack of affordable housing becoming a global problem, designers, architects, and developers...
Just outside of Warsaw, Poland, a new swimming pool is taking shape.
The Elkhart school district in Indiana is going above and beyond to make sure its students have enough to eat. They have teamed up with Cultivate, a local non-profit, which does “food rescue” and saves fare that was prepared but never served during breakfast and lunch. Woodland Elementary is the site of its pilot program.