I have been an admirer of environmental art, but it is not that frequent to find artists working within this medium. A few past related features include patterns in the snow by Sonja Hinrichsen, creations based onÂ local traditions by Scarlett Hooft Graafland, and the popular tree illusions by Zander Olsen. In this latest post, I […]
A few years ago, I had featured Moneylessâ€™ “Geometrical Rope Graffiti,” and he has continued working within this medium. His art is unique and three-dimensional, and I like how it almost looks like a digital photomontage, but in reality, you know that he has spent time planning, pulling and attaching strings in the woods.
Paper craftsman Bovey Lee has created these intricate illustrations using a three step process: 1) drawing, 2) digital rendering, and 3) knife cutting. Each design is made from a single sheet of Chinese Xuan (rice) paper mounted on silk, and both these materials are recyclable. See also: “Paper Artist Inspired by Nature and Childhood.”
I previously featured Anna Garforthâ€™s art creations “Bite Me Typography” and “Rethink, Reuse, Recreate.” Her latest work titled “Wandering Territory” includes a 3D cardboard bear, which illustrates animal migration and the evolving urban landscapes that spoil natural habitat. Although her sculpture is not reflecting images from the room it is placed in, it still has […]
Mark Dorfâ€™s image series “Axiom & Simulation” studies the way humans quantify and explore their surroundings by artistic, scientific and digital means.
The beautiful environmental art of Simon Beck. If you enjoy his work, you will also like “Spiral Patterns on snow in the Rocky Mountains” (by Sonja Hinrichsen).
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the “Arts and Nature Trail” program, artist Gaelle Villedary installed a long grass carpet across the village ofÂ Jaujac in France. The green trail required 168 rolls and runs for 420 meters (1,377 feet).
Artist Sonja Hinrichsen teamed up with five volunteers to create an outdoor art installation entitled “Snow Drawings.”
It almost looks like part of the building is invisible. This architectural project was designed by studio MLRPâ€”they “transformed an existing graffiti-plagued playground structure to an inviting and reflective pavilion as part of the new ‘Interactive Playground Project’ in Copenhagen.”  MLRP used fun house mirrors to create an interactive space for passing spectators, which […]
PhotographerÂ Scarlett Hooft Graafland has traveled to various countries to make site-specific installations inspired by local traditions and materials.