Spread across the opened pages of books pinned against the wall like insect specimens, artist Ekaterina Panikanova creates ink paintings that appear like fragments of memory. Continue reading
Grand Bouddha Sakayamunee. Ang Thong, Thailande. 92 m (301 ft). Built in 2008.
“Who were these people? And why did they feel the need to commemorate themselves in stone?”
Canadian artist Robert Gonsalves explores childlike stories of wonder through his surrealist paintings, capturing peeks of one’s internal daydreams through dual scene optical illusions. Continue reading
Spanish sculptor Isabel Miramontes creates figurative bronze sculptures that bring a visual movement to ordinary silhouettes. Her works provide unusual shapes within the body of her subjects Continue reading
Street art is there to surprise and inspire us, to shake up the often dull urban environments in which it can usually be found in order to give us a fresh perspective on our otherwise familiar neighborhoods and streets. Continue reading
Japan has a rich tradition of food carving called mukimono. If you’ve ever eaten at a fancy restaurant in Japan you might have found a carrot carved into a bunny, garnishing your plate. Continue reading