This series of geometric projection is created by Swiss artist Felice Varini. This time Felice’s work at the Grand Palais in Paris, watch the video below, you can see how he works with projectors and stencils to create his artwork that only appears from a specific viewpoint.
Art director and graphic designer Koji Iyama using candy color mt-masking tape to make these colorful installations. Iyama hung hundreds of rolls of masking tape from the ceilings, affecting the people flow. He then proceeded to cover the entire floor, bicycles and others.
These wacky human figures with disproportionately large hands or feet sculptures are created Artist Gerardo Feldstein. Feldstein uses wire and wood to to portray some perspectives when it’s distorted. As he says, “I see the sculpture as an extension of myself, my characters do, dramatize things I want and I can do.”
This animation called Oscillate, it’s Daniel Sierra‘s thesis animation for his MFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Sierra try to imitate a “visualize waveform patterns that evolve from the fundamental sine wave to more complex patterns, creating a mesmerizing audio-visual experience in which sight and sound work in unison.”
Artist Kevin Champeny recently show us this video about how he make these super gummy bears chandelier. It’s the same chandelier seen on the iCarly show, designed and built exclusively for Jellio.com. Even though built this candelier need over 156 hours, but that’s really is a cool thing when it’s shown in a kids party or kids room. Please enjoy the video below:-)
This image is captured a massive hurricane on the surface of Saturn on November 27th, 2012 by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. The hurricane nearly 1,250 miles wide and has cloud speeds of up to 330 miles per hour.