Walking to the Sky is a gravity-defying stainless steel and resin sculpture by artist Jonathan Borofsky. The public art piece, which is essentially open to interpretation, features 10 life-size figurative sculptures walking up a 30-meter-tall pole, breaking the boundaries of physics as we know it. The sculptor describes the installation as "a symbol for our collective search…
Added by Pinar on February 18, 2013 at 11:30am —
Spanish photographer Lola Guerrera ventured out into the desert of Mexico to explore nature, and to see what happens when you intervene with it. Nebula Humilis is a collection of photographs featuring artificially colored clouds drifting against a natural backdrop.
Guerrera tosses smoke-signal containers of household materials into the landscape to create the poofs of color… Continue
Added by Katie Hosmer on April 21, 2012 at 7:41am —
Andy Warhol Monument (Union Square, NYC)
Whenever I see a statue or a sculpture, particularly those of people, I look for the perfect angle to make them come alive. I'm lucky to live at a place that's perfect for this, New York City. Here are some shots from my series entitled Statues in the Sky
General Tecumsah… Continue
Added by Michael E. Mason on July 31, 2011 at 9:00am —
Though we've now all seen our fair share of aerial photography (see here
), it… Continue
Added by alice on March 31, 2011 at 10:30am —
While studying architecture at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, Alex MacLean took a course on community planning that would ultimately change the course of his destiny. As part of the program, he became exposed to aerial photography and a few years after he graduated, he obtained his commercial pilot license. Shooting through an airplane window, MacLean found mesmerizing patterns, bringing to light order and chaos in ways we could only… Continue
Added by alice on March 21, 2011 at 11:00am —
With the Lunar eclipse occurring tonight, what a great time to look at the stars through these long exposure shots by photographer Ben Canales.
Growing up between three major cities, it wasn't often that Canales had the opportunity to see many stars. A few years ago, he moved to the West Coast, where the skies are much less light polluted. "It's been a thrill and a treasured… Continue
Added by Eugene on December 20, 2010 at 5:00pm —
"Japanese designer Ryohei Yoshiyuki creates “a small window on one’s arm”, man’s original clock, ‘Time of the Sky’. To create this innovative time piece, Ryohei collaberated with media artist Tomoya Kahimada and programmed the watch so that it displays different colors of the sky every few seconds, therefore referring to changes in the real sky.… Continue
Added by thinkpossitive on August 14, 2010 at 9:10am —
The beautiful waterfall in front of Aria Continue
I had low expectations before I arrived at Aria in Las Vegas. One of my good friends stayed there the weekend before, and told me that he didn't care for it too much.
To my pleasant surprise, I really enjoyed my stay at Aria. Although the themes on the casino floor seemed to awkwardly overlap each other, the room, restaurants,…
Added by Eugene on January 19, 2010 at 12:30am —
A mysterious giant spiral of light that dominated the sky over Norway yesterday has stunned experts, raising the possibility of an entirely new astral phenomenon.
Thousands of awe-struck Norwegians bombarded the Meteorological Institute to ask what the incredible light, which lasted for two minutes, could possibly be. Theories have ranged from a misfired…
Added by Eugene on December 10, 2009 at 12:00am —
By Ian Cameron
Added by Eugene on July 28, 2009 at 10:30am —
Wonder how stable this building will be. MVRDV and co-architects ADEPT have won a competition to design a new tower in Copenhagen, Denmark. Sky Village is a 116 meter tall tower which combines single family homes and skyscraper to create a vertical village. Based on a flexible grid structure, the building is made-up of 60m² pixels' or units, that are arranged around the… Continue
Added by Eugene on November 5, 2008 at 11:30am —
For those people who are bored by eating good food in a nice restaurant, how about good food while being strapped into your seat hanging from a crane 150 feet above the ground? Dinner in the Sky offers their crane and catering services to anyone who wants to hold a dinner for up to 22 guests in any location that can accomodate their crane. Personally, I'm not a big fan of heights so I don't think I'd be doing to much eating if I were up there, maybe… Continue
Added by sAm on September 4, 2008 at 12:00pm —