3D Installations Landscape Sculpture

The Growing Forest

These are three-dimensional landscape sculptures by Gregory Euclide. He uses diverse materials such as acrylic, cedar, found foam, moss, paint can, sedum, sponge, waxed tape, wood, and more.

Art Best of 2010 Mirrors Recycled Weird

The Mysterious “Mirror Man” appears in L.A.

When I first looked at the photos of “mirror man,” I thought it was a sculpture. But photographer SilverSky took these pictures and commented: “I was in LA and this guy shows up in a suit from head to toe made of glass. I thought it was pretty cool.” So now it is clear, that […]

Color Flowers and Plants Rainbow

Real Rainbow Roses

Dutch Peter van de Werken has invented rainbow roses for commercialization all over the world. The flowers are treated with natural pigments into their stems, so when they grow each petal has a different colour. Watch video “Rainbow Roses for Valentine’s day” (Reuters). Via The Fun Times Guide Photos © respective owners

Art Best of 2010 Color Installations Tape

Impressive Art made with Tape!

Using duct, electrical, and vinyl tape, Rebecca Ward symmetrically aligns each color line. It is impressive!

Best of 2010 Hyperreal Sculpture

Is this really a sculpture?

So, you are wondering what is so special about this man’s face? It is a hyperrealist sculpture by Jamie Salmon, who uses materials such as silicone rubber, fibre glass, acrylic and human hair. Incredible detail! Also see:  The Hyperrealist Sculptures of Ron Mueck


The Colour-In Dress (A Coloring Book That You Can Wear)

Fifty “Colour-In” dresses have been made in four different sizes, and each is sold for 250 Euros. Concept and fashion design were done by Berber Soepboer and Michiel Schuurman. Via Ecoterre