With this installation she dubs Causa-Efecto (Cause and Effect), Spanish artist Ana Soler makes us feel like we're living in The Matrix. Featuring 2,000 tennis balls frozen in mid-air, the installation gives off the illusion that the balls are bouncing of the walls, floors and ceiling of the Mustang Art Gallery in Alicante, Spain. One has to wonder how much time and thought went into…
It may take you a second to see it, but once you do, this piece by Sr. X will make you laugh out loud. The Spanish street artist plays a little practical joke on his fellow countrymen, making it appear as though a big crocodile is crawling back into the sewer. I'd love to see the reaction on people's faces as they pass by and catch a glimpse of it.…
Architect Jose Maria Chofre just installed a vertical garden on the exterior of a new children's library in San Vicente de Raspeig, Spain.
The garden is six stories tall and uses cubic containers filled with substrate felt confined between two metal grids, one outdoor and one indoor. Containers are accessible from several corridors located in the rear, where… Continue
Here are the highlights of the final game of car football in the Hyundai World Championship 2010, as favorites Spain take on the much fancied Brazil. Played out as a series of ITV sponsorship idents in the FIFA World Cup 2010. Commentary from Peter Brackley. Creative by M&C… Continue
Added by Eugene on July 12, 2010 at 3:00pm —
One of our favorite urban interventionists, sPy, opened his debut solo show last week in his home country of Spain. In Urbana, sPy features a collection of photographs chronicling his most recent works in New York City and Europe.
Cowabunga, Dude! From January 16th to March 21st, herds of vibrantly designed fibreglass cows of CowParade will be grazing the streets of Madrid. The concept of CowParade started out in Switzerland in 1998, by renowned artistic director Walter Knapp, who had the innovative idea to hold an international exhibition of public art to raise money for charity. Since then,… Continue
I like this animal photo set by Mikel Uribetxeberria of Madrid. It's almost seems as though the animals have a strong sense that they are displaced and trying to sort things out in their own minds. I especially like the gorilla who looks extremely comfortable but seems to be deep in thought.…