Low-tech Magazine: Trolley canal boats
For many centuries, canal boats were propelled by men, horses or mules on the towpath beside the water. Before diesel power took over, engineers developed several interesting methods powered by electricity: trolleyboats, floating funiculars and elect...
Household Objects Largely Resized
"Macro" is a sculpture series by Romulo Celdran. Notes from the artist (from his website): The concepts of Zoom and Macro give the object new dimensions, strengthening its presence and inviting us to explore it, discovering hidden spaces and unnotice...
Yvonne Lee Schultz - Fine China VS 007 - Blog
The perfect table setting - Porcelain Pistols by Yvonne Lee Schultz , are replicas of...
Bleeding Ink Calendar and Growing Plant Artwork
The Ink Calendar from London based product designer is a calendar that keeps track of time by controlling the ink bleeding on the paper. The ink slowly bleeds up from the inkwell into the paper at a speed that allows it to keep proper time. He has...
John Douglas Powers
Underwater Sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor
New installation now completed in The Museum of Underwater Modern Art, Mexico. 3 new underwater sculptures explore the relationships between art, science and environment.
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A Wall That Plays Music When It Rains
wall, music, rain, creative, fun, design
The Triumph Of Death
The Triumph of Death is a painting by Pieter Bruegel the Elder in 1562 that reflects on the ever-present threat of death in medieval Europe brought on by the Black Death. Bruegel was a Dutch artist who would have witnessed two major recurrences ...
Is a human being a finite expression in an infinite universe?...
Transmissions of Consciousness and States of Being
Unwoven Light by Soo Sunny Park
The Hungry Gargoyles of 110th Street « Scouting NY
One of my favorite buildings in Morningside Heights is the Britannia at 527 West 110th Street.
Daniel Arsham Contemporary Art
Projects | Running Fence
Running Fence: 18 feet (5.5 meters) high, 24.5 miles (39.4 kilometers) long, extending east-west near Freeway 101, north of San Francisco, on the private properties of 59 ranchers, following the rolling hills and dropping down to the Pacific Ocean at...