Environmentally friendly art is becoming a norm in the artistic community. All around the world people are creating installation art in order to remind people about the things that really matter. The following are some of the best Eco installation art in the world. Each artist strived to evoke certain feeling from the viewers from the art. Comment on what you think those feelings were. Continue reading Art takes on an eco-friendly approach
Art is about imitating what goes on around us and modern artists seem to be turning their attention towards the recycling and reuse movement that is around, in their own unique fashion. Adding a touch of modernity to the classic images of the 16th and 17th century, Netherlands artist, Suzanne Jongmans has created some stunning and beautiful works of art that look classic and timeless.
Andy Sturgeon’s creation for garden festival is scheduled to be showcased during this summer. This event will be held in London, near the South Bank and Bankside area of the state. Being busy in his creations, this creative inventor will install the Pommery Eyegarden, which is being referred as the pop-up garden in a London Eye capsule. His garden is simple with no jazz. It involves clean white square posts that form the building blocks of this great architecture. This garden is engulfed with peaceful colors of green and white planting shades. They are finished with innate tussock grass and Baltic parsley.
Portraits created out of paint, stone, ink, pencil and even coffee stains are some of the art mediums we’ve been made privy to over the years. The ability of artists to create beauty using the deftness of their hands in harmony with their minds and emotions provide us mere mortals with a sense of awe and inspiration. And, while all deserve the highest praise, this next project could very well receive the highest marks for sheer ingenuity. English artists Dan Harvey and Heather Ackroyd have created stunningly accurate portraits from living grass using nature’s own photosynthesis phenomenon.
As kids, rainbows signified something magical, an etherealness that had to do with fairies and leprechauns waiting at the end of the rainbow with a pot of gold. With age came a more logical explanation of moisture, sunlight and the reflection and refraction of light. But despite our understanding of the phenomenon, rainbows still have the ability to instill awe, similar to how witnessing auroras make us feel. Michael Jones McKean is a man with a passion for rainbows. His interest has led him to develop a system that actually creates a man-made rainbow which can be seen arching over the Bemis Center in Nebraska.
We have seen some really cool cardboard superhero models and suits before. People have done the Hellboy with some excellence, though his Right hand of Doom in that might have needed a bit more work. Obviously with Hellboy around, Abe Sapien was not too far behind. And we did see cardboard suits of Japanese characters and superheroes. But all of that seem to pale in comparison when you measure them up with the new ‘Iron Man Suit’ created by repairman Mark Pearson.
Among all the cars of the world, one name stands out for being uber expensive, fast and luxurious: the Bugatti Veyron. This super car sits on the top of the list for many automobile enthusiasts owing to its ability to take you to speeds exceeding 260 mph. Alas, the gorgeous vehicle isn’t for everyone as a single unit will set you back by over a million bucks. With his love for Veyrons unrealized, a fan named Taras Lesko decided to build one for himself. Out of paper.
Art in any form whether it is recycled art or work of art that include the use of everyday objects, all arouse our imagination and make us think as to what heights ordinary works of art can really achieve and cardboard art is one of them. Many artists and designers have used cardboard earlier to make different, innovative works of art such as old sculptures, cutlery, lamps to name a few but this time a Berlin based artist creates miniature apartments and cities from different cardboard boxes.
Representation of real world objects is the result of the passive observations that forms the paradigm for reality. If this statement is a bit hard to digest, you can simply refer to isomorphism; the mathematical term, which relates to the use of insights from one phenomenon to another. Paper folding art too has taken inspiration from this concept and the design here showcases two kinetic sculptures that take the same shape, but are of different sizes.
Nothing seems very lucrative to the youth, but a campaign with green perspective can, most often, ring a bell to them and get them going. With a conscious sense of the same, Marks and Spencer has launched the “shwopping” initiative.