Category Archives: Art
Can you laugh at global warming? Indeed, should you? The Ken Sprague Fund has organised a competition that set out to answer those awkward questions – so if you think that cartoons about climate change could be in poor taste, … Continue reading
The geometry geeks (or space aliens, if you prefer) who stamp out intricate designs on the fields of the U.K. may have topped themselves this time. Discover Magazine has one of the better analyses of this crop circle. which had … Continue reading
A patinated bronze “factory”, whose architecture is derived from interpretations of various early 20th century works, including the AEG factory of Peter Behrens and the Battersea Power Station in London. The four chimneys produce a “polluted cloud” of polished bronze, … Continue reading
Despatchwork is a novel use of Lego as a restoration material: This work was done in Bocchignano, Italy, a village close to Rome, as part of the group project “20 Eventi”. The group of artists developed projects for 4 villages … Continue reading
Mr Toledano, a photographer who sees the world in a very different way from most mortals, has done a series of pictures called “Bankrupt.” The signs of recent life in these deserted spaces is unnerving.
Studio Pei-Zhu is a young practice of under 20 employees based in Beijing. This stunning art gallery project is showcased by the Architectural site Archinect.