Interesting Interactive Installation with Detachable Hammocks for the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta

The ‘Mi Casa, Your Casa’ is an interactive installation designed by Mexican designers Héctor Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena for the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The installation features more than 35 house-shaped red metallic structures with detachable hammocks. Visitors may want to check out this interesting project positioned around the Sifly Piazza and enjoy interacting with the environment using the materials provided by the center such as easels, [...]


Church Floor Covered with Magic Carpet of Light by Miguel Chevalier

French artist Miguel Chevalier created the ‘Magic Carpets’ installation that transformed a church floor into an enchanting virtual carpet of colorful light accompanied by soft music. The installation was done inside Sacré Coeur, a former church that now houses art exhibitions.


Colorful Thread Installations by Anne Lindberg

This colorful thread installations by artist Anne Lindberg is wonderfully calming.


Tibetan Monks Create Colorful Mandalas Composed of Millions of Grains of Sand

Mandala sand painting called ‘Healing the earth’ is a  sacred art by the Tibetan Lamas of Drepung Loseling Monastery. Fascinating. From all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite. In Tibetan this art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders.” Millions of grains of sand are painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform [...]


Clever T-Shirt Designs by Nacho Diaz

Check out these clever t-shirt designs by Spanish artist Nacho Diaz that would certainly tickle the creative side of your brains and would probably put big smiles on your lips. [via inspirationhut]


Fantastic Drawing with Thread Artworks by Debbie Smyth

British textile artist Debbie Smyth uses hundreds of pins and delicate thread to create these incredible portraits and art installations. Watch Debbie while working on ‘drawing with thread’ at Stafford’s Shire hall gallery right here. [via Debbieb Smyth Studio]


Expressive Portrait Using 55,000 Plastic Discs on Chain Link Fence

Artist Christian Moeller uses a colossal canvas for his art, a chain link fence that is 625 feet long. In this project titled Spectators, Moeller used 55,000 white snap-on plastic discs to create expressive portraits of kids watching a baseball game through a chain-link fence.


Artsy Gallery House in Colombia by GM Arquitectos

GM Arquitectos has designed this sprawling 1,250 sqm site in Pereira, Risaralda, Colombia with a stunning home inspired by the hobby of its residents who are art both collectors. The result is a residence that also serves as a gallery of the couple’s collections matched with the surreal view of its surrounding landscape. Photos by Luis Fernando Ramos via archdaily


Art + Culture Blend in the House of Time by Claudi Pelizzari

Interior designer Claudi Pelizzari designed the La Casa del Tempo, also known as the ‘House of Time’, located on the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Giving character to this Italian home is the homeowner’s extensive collection of contemporary art and ethnic pieces.