Photographer Erwan Fichou worked with gardeners to create trees in various sizes and shapes and then included people in each for his series Miradors which features these strange yet intriguing photos.
Chinese artist Shu Yong created this amazing waterfall using over 10,000 recycled toilets, sinks and urinals that took just over two months to create. The greatest thing about this installation is that it is a permanent piece of public art!
Architects Bjarne Mastenbroek and Christian Müller built this home coined the Villa Vals inside a mountain in Switzerland just near the famous thermal springs of Vals.
Japanese scientist and artist Iori Tomita created these colorful preserved animals by soaking them in chemicals until their bodies turn clear and transparent. The technique was originally developed to….
Artist and designer Andre Levy created these funny versions of coins by painting them with various pop culture icons and coined the project, pardon the pun, “Pop Culture Coins”. Wouldn’t it be cool to come across one of these in [...]
Vancouver-based artist Clem Chen created this taxidermied bike seat complete with teeth and tounge built from a plastic-cast taxidermy mold. Why? Who the f*ck knows, its fun to look at though!
“Tanbo Art” or “Rice paddy art” was started in the early 90′s in Japan where farmers used various rice strains to create wonderful works of art viewable from above. Enjoy the pics!
Check out this chick playing the sheng, an ancient Chinese instrument created thousands of years ago. She is able to emulate nostalgic 8-bit sounding Mario Brothers songs from the original game, its uncanny!