Tag Archives: art

Some pigeons are more equal than others

german artist julius von bismark teamed up with swiss photographer julian charrière in this controversial live art installation: a “pigeon-apparatus” was created for the Venice Architecture Biennial on a city rooftop. When the birds flew into it, they were trapped and airbrushed various colors in non-toxic paint before being released back over the city.”

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leaves, glow sticks, post-its & cheese puffs

have a look at these amazing constructed-in-situ photographs of american photographer thomas jackson.  he constructs all his images as installations and uses as little photoshop as possible as a matter of principle in his work.

leaves

glow sticks

post-it notes

cheese-puffs

a walk in the trees

how incredibly beautiful is this: a path in the forest by architect tetsuo kondo was a temporary installation in the kadriorg park near tallinn, estonia.

{via the cool hunter}

sculptural paintings

japanese artist, shintaro ohata, combines two-dimensional and three-dimensional elements in his works by depicting everyday scenery in his paintings together with beautifully intergrated character sculptures…

tree portraits

i am very taken with this collection of tree photographs by south korean photographer myoung ho lee.  the series is a collection of various solitary trees shot against a white backdrop standing out in nature.

tree sketches

i love the idea and execution behind these tree drawings by british artist tim knowles. the perfect expression of nature art.

my mini treehouse

this is my new “artist crush”, australian illustrator charles santoso.  his harry potter interpretation and “monster noms” are just brilliant…