• Maarten Baas
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    Maarten Baas and his human clocks

    The Dutch artist Maarten Baas produces works that stand at a crossroads between visual art, performance and design, creating manual clocks that are erased and redrawn from time to time. In pieces such as Grandfather Clock and Schiphol Clock, Baas enters to the structure of temporary devices, functioning as the human mechanism of his works. In other pieces of his series Real Time is helped by another artist to create 12-hour movies, like a trash line swept perpetually that doubles as the hands of a clock. Maarten Baas began his time-based series in 2009, at the Salone Del Mobile in Milan, Italy, and is currently exhibiting a piece in the…

  • Daku
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    Daku fills the streets of India with poems

    It could be a metaphor, but no, the Indian artist Daku used sunlight to fill the streets of India with poems. Panjim, capital of Goa, southwest India, has been the place chosen for this intervention that is becoming visible as the abundant light of the region makes its appearance every day. A hanging fishing net with the inverted letters incorporated makes it possible for the sun to filter through it and project the texts on the ground. “Time works wonders“, “Time moves“, “Time flies over us, but leaves behind its shadow“, “Time fades“, “Time is an illusion” are some of the phrases that pedestrians they are on their way down…

  • Little library
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    An old tree as a library

    Sharalee Armitage Howard, artist and former bookbinder had a great idea when she had no choice but to be forced to cut a 110-year-old poplar from her garden because of its deteriorated condition: a little library inside. It took inspiration from the nonprofit organization, Little Free Library, and Sharalee thought they could create a unique space in the trunk of the tree. She and her family in Idaho (USA), excited, began by sculpting it from the inside, to then put a shelf and finish decorating it with a small roof and a glass-like door that gives a magical, fairy tale and that allows passers-by take a free book home or…

  • Russian Dudnikova Eugeniya
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    Russian artist paints fairytale artworks onto tree trunks

    Although street art can be found in virtually any cityscape these days, Russian artist Eugenia Dudnikova is taking her art back to nature. Dudnikova takes advantage of the serenity of nature as inspiration. The heart of the trees is the blank canvas of this artist to create art. Using acrylic paints, transforms free spaces into real museums. She feels the need to return art to the art that nature gives us. The Russian artist leaves delicate paintings in the small spaces without bark that are found in the trunks of the trees. His tiny surreal images, inspired by children’s literature, as well as being respectful of the nature he loves…

  • Ganges
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    The Demise of Mother Ganges by Giulio Di Sturco

    The Ganges is the embodiment of all sacred waters in Hindu mythology, its cultural significance is so great that it is the first non-human entity in India to be granted the same legal rights as a person. Italian photographer Giulio di Sturco spent eight years photographing the body of water, documenting it as both person and place in ‘Living Entity’. “The Ganges is a river intimately connected with every aspect of Indian life”, di Sturco writes. “It is a source of water, energy, and livelihood for millions of people who live along the banks of the river, and thanks to the fertile land, it provides food to more than one-third…

  • Arctic
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    The Artic melts: dramatic photographs of Tom Hegen

    The photographer is known for his aerial images to create awareness about the action of the human being on the planet. His latest project captures the effect of global warming on the Arctic ice. Greenland unfreezes and we, in turn, fall in love. The global increase in sea level is already one of the great environmental challenges of the 21st century. As a consequence of climate change, the Arctic is the place where the warming of the earth is taking place most rapidly. Scientists predict that an increase in temperature by 2 degrees Celsius could cause the Greenland ice to melt, which could mean raising the sea level by another…

  • Thomas Dambo
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    Thomas Dambo and his wooden giants in Copenhagen

    Thomas Dambo is a Danish sculptor who works with recycled materials. In the last 3 years he has created some 25 great sculptures recycled and distributed all over the world. He made 6 giants and hid them in his hometown in Copenhagen, Denmark. The sculptures are found in some of their favorite places in the city, where people do not go often, away from the usual paths. The sculptures can be found using a treasure map or a poem stuck in a stone near each sculpture. These give clues to find the different giants. He created all the sculptures with recycled wood. Mostly, with 600 old pallets, a broken shed,…

  • Thierry Cohen
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    Thierry Cohen and his cities illuminated by the stars

    We have forgotten how the Milky Way is in all its splendor. We have stopped looking at the sky because the stars are scarcely perceived. Therefore, I have fallen in love with this project that reminds me of the infinite beauty of the light emitted by the universe. Need to thanks Thierry Cohen. “Darkened Cities” is the name of Thierry Cohen‘s work whose purpose is to show skies, real skies, those we would see at night, if there were no light pollution or atmospheric pollution. In the last half century, a large percentage of the inhabitants of our planet have ceased to be able to contemplate the beauty of the…

  • Benjamin Von Wong
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    “Strawpocalypse”: Benjamin Von Wong and his 168 thousand straws recycled

    Recycling, apart from being absolutely necessary for reasons that we all know, is quite an art, in the broadest sense of the phrase; if, in addition, it becomes art, it has an added value. Von Wong Can you think of a better way of raising awareness and thinking than flooding the retinas and beauty minds? Benjamin Von Wong, can. The restless mind of photographer and creative Benjamin Von Wong had to think about the idea of exposing a global problem, and making a sculptural art coexist in an impressive intervention of more than three meters and made with 168,000 recycled straws. Benjamin Von Wong has dedicated his career to sending…

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    Sam Youkilis and his photographs play with our perception

    I love traveling and try to do it every chance I got. In this case, Sam Youkilis, a New Yorker photographer traveled through South America, from Bogota to Buenos Aires by bus. His photographs from that three-month trip play with scale and perspective to test viewer perceptions. Youkilis first shared his series of travel images through one of The New Yorker’s official Instagram accounts, a platform where their photography department invites a guest contributor to host the feed for a week. Youkilis posted photographs taken in a variety of different landscapes, such as the pink Laguna Colorada in Bolivia, the Humahuaca limestone mountains of Argentina, and the sand dunes at…