The alphabet in light writing, found on Nir Tober’s Flickr page.
Andrew Lipson merges LEGO skills with works of art.
Light-drawing and light-writing is getting a fair bit of attention lately.
Dan Havel and Dean Ruck altered two buildings in the Montrose neighbourhood of Houston, Texas.
When it comes to fine art, it takes more than a simple still life to really capture my attention.
Artists make their money in a variety of different ways, and I can’t think of any more interesting than these anamorphic pavement (or sidewalk) chalk drawings.
If you haven’t heard, there’s a unique project happening right now, here in Scotland. It’s called The Graffiti Project and the idea is simple…
Something a little funky for the Saturday night build-up?
How creative do you think you can be with Red Bull cans?
Escher’s Relativity lithograph recreated in LEGO.
This graphic interpretation of country flags got me thinking.
I’ve been meaning to publish this ever since I first stumbled upon the work of Peter Callesen. Just a little step up from my ‘people paper chains’ of days gone by.