Each year, New York’s Museum of Modern Art and its contemporary art affiliate MoMA PS1 select an emerging architect to design a temporary, environmentally minded outdoor installation for MoMA PS1.
This year’s winning design by CODA — an Ithaca, New York-based experimental design studio — calls for the creation of a large wall covered in woven wood scraps, harvested from an eco-friendly Ithaca skateboard manufacturer. The wall is ballasted by water-filled, polyester-based pillows that can be illuminated at night.
INSA creates awesome street art. They paint a wall several times and snap photos of each shot.
Each frame is a whole new painted wall. This hurts my brain.
Julian Beever is considered a leading chalk artist in sidewalk art. He’s also called Pavement Picasso.
This is incredible.
My birthday is September 7th. Get me this Ryan Gosling coloring book.
Who loves My Little Pony?
Click through to see the nail art from the event! Ahhh it’s so cute!
#art (Taken with instagram)
Oregon-based artist Brittany Powell’s “Sandwiches As Art” project is part of her Low Commitment Projects: ”a series of artistic concepts and schemes that don’t require any significant outlay of time, energy or money.”
AKA she plays with her food.
They’ll Never Keep Me Here!