Tag: conceptual

Porcelain Metamorphosis by Martin Klimas

When cheap, cut-rate porcelain figurines hit the ground they shatter. Photographer Martin Klimas captures this transformative and fleeting moment right before their demise. The juxtaposition of the figurine’s imminent destruction and their stoic face makes for a very striking capture. Martin calls these ‘temporary sculptures’. It takes countless attempts and he only uses one photograph…

Interactive Art Installation Turns People into Daredevils

The illusion is achieved by recreating an entire building facade on the ground and installing a gigantic mirror tilted 45 degrees; creating wonderful photo opportunities of people seemingly dangling from windows and ledges, or whatever else you can think of! It’s playful, interactive, and all kinds of awesome. Would be fantastic to see this installation…

Nature’s 3D Printers: Using Honeybees to Create Art

The importance of bees cannot be understated. In the US alone, the Department of Agriculture estimated that bees pollinate about 80% of flowering crops, constituting about 1/3 of everything Americans eat. Their ability to pollinate has a tremendous environmental and economic impact on the entire globe. And now their influence is spreading to the art…