• Peeta
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    Peeta transforms ordinary buildings in Giant Optical Illusions

    The Italian urban artist Peeta (web) combines elements of graffiti and abstract art to paint murals that seem to transform and dissolve large architectural structures. The abstract shapes swirl and cut the walls creating optical illusions that defy common sense and logic. The most recent location in which Peeta has painted his amazing murals is a building in Mannheim, Germany, which is part of the Stadt.Wand.Kunst 2019 street-art project. For such a project, Peeta painted a great geometric design on a Mannheim building. Using sharp lines, curved shapes and different shades of blue, white and gray, he visually altered the edge of the structure, creating a new impossible facade. “I…

  • 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…

  • Lukas Furlan
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    Lukas Furlan captures the beauty of Mother Nature

    Vienna-based photographer and student Lukas Furlan travels the world with his camera in hand, capturing the stunning beauty of Mother Nature. The self-taught photographer’s impressive portfolio of landscape photography showcases his incredible talent, as well as his keen eye for capturing the captivating colors and patterns of otherworldly locations. The photographer began taking photographs around 10 years ago when he bought his first DSLR camera. “Inspiration came from the nearly endless possibilities to take images, like long exposures or different focal lengths to get a visual representation that varies strongly from what we as humans perceive with our own eyes,” he tells to My Modern Met. “In addition, photography is…