• photo
    Latest Updates,  Photography

    The impressive “National Geographic Travel Photo Contest 2019”

    The world is so full of wonders that we would need to live two hundred lives to see and experience all the places, nature and diverse cultures and their people. And this photo contest proves it. At least, thanks to the fact that each year National Geographic convenes its photography contests, we can travel from home to all those dreamed sites and know the history behind each one of the amazing captures that are selected. The National Geographic Travel Photo Contest returns to be a window to the world one more year and breaking down the photo contest into three categories: nature, cities and people. These images tell the story…

  • Tulips
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    The Greatest Tulips Garden and its 7 Million Flowers

    On March 21 opened in Netherlands, my beautiful country, the most impressive tulips Eden with an expiration date. Only some privileged will be able to visit it before its closure – May 19 – until next year. And they are already 68 springs. Each year, in conjunction with the flower season and the tulip season, millions of visitors flock to the immense and impressive Keukenhof garden. The dates of visit change every year depending on the flowering and remain only for 2 or 3 months at the most. With an area of ​​32 hectares and an annual plantation of 7 million bulbs, the famous tulips reign – with more than…

  • Climate change
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    White light to show the consequences of climate change

    In most cases, we are not aware of certain truths until they are shown in a graphic and direct way. One of those truths is the climate change. It is necessary, therefore, to pull imagination and inventiveness to shed light, in a liethic way in this case, on frightening problems that are going to be future realities. The line that separates the lies that we do not want to recognize, and the truths that begin to show their terrifying consequences, is very fine and shines with LED lights. Within the framework of the Outer Hebrides Islands of the west coast of Scotland, two artists have created luminous facilities that border…

  • Guillaume Nery
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    Guillaume Néry goes deep with a single breath

    Guillaume Néry is able to dive to 125 meters deep, breathing only once and using only muscle strength and gives wonderful images. With his multiple world achievements and through an amazing combination of elite sport and video art, Guillaume Néry reveals the immensity of nature, shows that the human body has an enormous capacity to adapt to the aquatic environment and shares the deep values ​​that he has learned on the seabed. Enjoy this wonderful video, it has left me breathless! His video Free Fall, in which Guillaume Néry appears jumping empty, using his lungs, inside the Dean Blue Hole, the second largest in the world with 220 meters deep,…

  • Reservoir
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    Reservoir: A Dazzling Rainwater Collecting Installation

    Situated in a clearing within an Italian forest, the installation from John Grade, Reservoir, appears like a chandelier glistening among the pine trees. Reservoir is featured in the Arte Sella Sculpture Park in Borgo Valsugana and is made up of five thousand clear droplets each of which is delicately attached to translucent nets, supported by tree trunks. On designing Reservoir, John Grade studied the Park’s ecosystem, carefully planning the installation in harmony with the surrounding landscape. “I became most interested in the way rain falls through this grove of trees, the canopy delaying the droplet’s journey to the ground as well as how quiet and sheltered the forest was during…

  • India
    Latest Updates,  Sculpture

    India builds the largest bird statue in the world

    In India, it seems that they like to do things in a big way; a country of contrasts, where extreme poverty prevails contrasts with some amazing architectural and sculptural projects. The last -huge- piece of art that fights to touch the Hindu sky, is a sculpture in the shape of the largest bird in the world, a colossal eagle that has taken more than 10 years to build in the Jatayu Earth’s Center. In the magic and unique environment of India, a tourist destination par excellence, a colossal sculpture has been erected, and is another attraction that adds to the thousands of wonders that can be contemplated and lived there.…

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    Amazing Worlds: stunning close up photos of everyday objects

    A photographic project by self-taught composer Pyanek -“Amazing Worlds“- reveals details of our everyday lives from a new perspective. Foods and objects are captured with a macro lens which turns them into distinctive close up photos that inspire awe. “It’s an exploration of the details of everyday things we might commonly dismiss. In the process of making this series, I experience them as adventures into the worlds within our world” Pyanek The close up photos show an unfamiliar complexity of the smallest things and teach us new ways of seeing them. The details, otherwise imperceptible to the naked eye, are laid out for us to interpret however we like! “I’m…

  • Mural
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    Dutch artists paint mural bookcase on an apartment building

    There are still those who think that painting a mural on building walls is an act of vandalism when, it may be, just the opposite, a way to educate and brighten the lives of all the residents of a city. The murals are part of the whole world of street art and the urban interventions that fascinate me; they embellish the gray urban landscape and create impressive optical effects. The art of the Dutch artist Jan Is De Man has a clear objective, that of creating community and interconnecting the people who live in small urban centers. With his creations he tries to capture fantasies with which everyone can identify;…

  • 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…