Abstract, colorful acrylic painting by Jeremy Rabus. Paintings are an optical art form. A vast array of colors, and their infinite combinations generate visual effects which relate to the eye’s experience of the world. via
Sébastien de Ganay’s almost life-sized full body portraits consist of his trademark folds of plastic that literally create waves of relief–there is a balanced push-pull, background-foreground figure effect that is supported by the luminous white void on which all the figures float. They sometimes read
Lebanese designer Najla El Zein has installed 5000 spinning paper windmills in a doorway at the V&A museum in London. Each of the spinning windmills in the Wind Portal by Najla El Zein was folded by hand and attached to upright plastic tubes with custom-made
French artist Baptiste Debombourg studies the everyday for its reflective potential: how it can be both what it is and seem very different. Transforming everyday material he makes us see those everyday things through the dream they might imagine for themselves.
Kiran is a UK artist working under the name of Illustrating Rain. This collection of paintings has been inspired by the concept of translating the ephemeral nature of thought to a visual form, where the spoken words are silenced, and the art imagery is tuned
Discretely tucked away along a quiet residential lane, the four storey home affords every amenity in a sleek and utterly unique structure detailed with the finest attention to materials. The home was designed to mimic an industrial warehouse or factory, echoed in the stucco’s utilitarian
A pigeon 5 meters high has made a nest in Turin Giachino 53 via a short walk from Stazione Dora. It is not the plot of a Hitchcock film but a work of urban art, created by young artist Mauro Fassino. The mural was funded