Tokio Storefront Watercolor Illustrations telling a Story of the Past Times

Nothing tells a story of one city as its Architecture. Even though Japan is super developed in many ways and modern buildings rise on every corner, old storefronts like these are real gems. When Mateusz Urbanowicz aka. Mattō moved to Tokio years ago he was surprised that he encountered so many old shops still in business. Earthquake ...

SKIN, the Inhabitable Sculpture by NEON that will knock your socks off!

Art is a best form of criticism due to its ability to infallibly translate a message. Skin is an inhabitable sculpture that speculates on an alternative architectural approach. One that prioritizes the human body over all other design parameters. From within the sculpture also imitates the aesthetic of human flesh. It creates a feeling of immersion with the ...

Voûtes Célestes – Interactive Virtual Reality Artwork Projection by Miguel Chavalier

Voûtes Célestes is interactive virtual reality artwork by Miguel Chavalier.  This amazing digital art projection adorns the Saint-Eustache Church. Imaginary sky charts realizing in real time as colored networks of light spreading out in the form of sinuous webs. Large meshes shapeshift following the movements of visitors. Thus creating ever renewed, diversified universes. Projection highlights the church's architecture. Volumes of the columns and ribbed ...

Drops of Memories – Architectural Watercolor Art by Sunga Park

If you find yourself traveling around Europe, historical landmarks and Architecture will be something you just can't miss. Many of us take photos of these gratifying structures trying to preserve those precious memories. But how many of those photographs can preserve that special atmosphere that gave you that unforgetable fealing when you find yourself wondering ...

Temple of old, brings worshipers to the fold

I imagine that in every intelligent species development cycle comes the age when they are smart enough to ask profound questions but not enough intelligence or data to answer those questions. At that point they create fanciful stories giving natural elements meaning. Thunder? God of clouds is angry. Flood? God of water is angry. Forest ...

Gothic art, not what you were expecting

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When the word Gothic is mentioned I usually picture busty vampire redhead girls wearing corsets and tight leather pants. Hey, don't judge me, blame popular culture and media for that. If you thought of weird teenagers with heavy makeup and pseudo-Victorian clothing, I can understand that too. After all most of you went through that ...

In future we live – Modern Architecture pieces that could be your home!

It’s time to talk about some grown-up stuff… Modern Architecture, to be precise! You’ll finish school, work hard trough your twenties and than, somewhere in your thirties, you’ll start building home. I mean, most of us do. Modern times reqires modern people that live in modern houses. And what does modern house look like?     Various geometric ...

Living and breathing Kinetic Steampunk Bar opened in Romania

I know how much you guys love Steampunk. I love it too. That is why this article today is going to be a special treat. Something amazing happened in Romania. Couple of creative people gathered with a creative vision in mind. They worked hard for two years to complete this unbelievable project. What they created will blow your ...

Allegorical Hermit Crab immigrations – art by Aki Inomata

Many of us change living places multiple times trough our lifetime. Some moved to another City, changed zip code. Started anew. Some of us change the country. Some even migrate to another continent. With time we will even colonize other inhabitable planets. All of this is amazing. But why change living environment, you ask? Well, these ...

Destruction, ruin, decay, morbid fascination with entropy

No matter who you are, there must have been a time when you thought to yourself: “I must have been born in the wrong time.” This is very common to us humans because we tend to romanticize past as something better then now. After all we are living in the now so we feel everything ...