This magnificent installation by Christo gives his audience a spectaculair view on light. The Big Air Package is constructed of mixed fabric and circular ropes. It’s 90 meters long and 50 meters wide, which makes this heavenly white dome the largest, indoor air-sculpture ever built. The light material and mixed layars create a diffuse light throughout the interior which creates a unique experience. On view from March 16 to December 30 in the Gasometer Oberhausen, Germany.
After yesterdays serie of Michael Wolfs architectural density in the metropol Hong Kong, we discovered the other side which isn’t visible from the outside point of view. Over 100,000 people live in tiny “cubicle apartments” in the city. These are 40-square-foot living spaces created by dividing already-small apartments into multiple units.
German-born photographer Michael Wolf documents the extreme densities of Hong Kong. His series ‘Architecture of Density’ rarely contain images of people, instead letting the extreme scale of the buildings remain as the focus.
Mathilde Roussel, a Paris-based designer created an installation developing itself through time. The living grass, growing out of recycled metal and fabric sculptures grows and decays constantly, sculpting these pieces of art in the process.
Janet Echelmans installation are far beyond impressive. The way she creates these organic shapes with basic fish-net material and combines color and location is magnificent and have not been seen before. Her art was shown in Sydney, Porto, Phoenix, Richmond and San Fransisco.
One of the most stunning documentary trailers we’ve seen so far. Filmed over a period of almost five years and in twenty-five countries, SAMSARA transports us to sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial sites, and natural wonders. Through powerful images, the film illuminates the links between humanity and the rest of nature, showing how our life cycle mirrors the rhythm of the planet.
Dope, colorful and uplifting paint work from the american artist Jessica Stockholder in the middle of a busy square in the downtown Chicago. Using contrasting, bright and primary colors, Jessica gave the usual traffic jam a colorful character.
An incredible, impressive, next-level installation: The Hala Stulecia (Centennial Hall) in Wroclaw, Poland. The combination of architecture, lightning, 3D-mapping and sound-effects gives a stunning and epic result. Take a look at the beautiful video and the very interesting making-of. Make sure to watch it in HD quality, preferably accompanied with some good-quality headphones.