Literally Cool Snow Drawing in Switzerland by Olaf Breuning

Swiss artist Olaf Breuning has converted a snowy mountainside in Gstaad, Switzerland into his own magnificent canvas. The colors featured in the artwork came from splashed food coloring that Breuning spontaneously poured onto the snow. As the colors slide and swivel down, vibrant streaks of reds, blues and yellows emerge on the snowy canvas. You may want to visit the artwork until the 8th of March 2014. [via designboom]


Clever Light Installation in Madrid by (fos)

Spanish multidisciplinary team (fos) has created a unique installation that carries the same name of the firm. (fos) means light in Greek and melted in Catalan. The artwork features a protected façade of the vegan restaurant Rayen at Lope de Vega Street in Madrid, which was illuminated with more than 250ml of yellow tape and painted décor items. Though it was on display for only a short period of time […]


Classy Barossa House in Australia by Max Pritchard Architect

The Barossa House was designed by Architect Max Pritchard with a very striking yellow steel roofing. It is located in the Barossa Valley, Australia that offers panoramic views over the famous South Australian Wine Region. Description: The house follows the slope of the land with five level changes along its length, a continuous timber ramp links the different levels. Tapered eaves and earth berming around the eastern and southern walls accentuate […]


The Glow of Yellow

Do you consider “yellow” as one of your favorite colors? If not, your perception mind change after seeing all these wonderful yellow finds. The first picture above is the ceiling of M Coffee based in Tehran, Iran and it was designed by Hooman Balazadeh. Isn’t that great? Oh well, hope you’d appreciate the rest of the yellow finds below! This one’s very cool, the Tellus Nursery School in Sweden. I’m […]