architecture paintings, mixed media, sculpture and renderings

The Kensington Digital Billboard by Zaha Hadid Design Is Unveiled.

Zaha Hadid digital billboard in Kensington

UK Digital media company JCDecaux invited Zaha Hadid Design to redefine the design language of outdoor advertising by creating a billboard that integrates contemporary design and digital media. The result is The Kensington, a large twisting sculptural stainless steel ribbon that encloses a giant oval digital screen. (more…)

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Artist Inserts Modern Architecture In Thomas Kinkade Paintings

artist onserts modern architecture into Thomas Kincade Paintings

Damn, these are hilarious. On August 17th, Architect Donna Sink issued a challenge via twitter: “does anyone do paintings of modern buildings in the style of Thomas Kincade (sic)? And one talented twitterer dared to answer.

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Bicycloud: A New Sculptural Installation in Amsterdam by Tjep.

Bicycloud is a new public art installation by artist Frank Tjepkema aka Tjep. Commissioned by the city of Amsterdam, this sculptural work, which stretches over 100 meters, is a reference and blending of two well known Amsterdam icons: bicycles and diamonds. (more…)

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An Exhibit of the World’s Most Stunning Private Pools

world's most stunning private pools

As someone who has a thing for swimming pools and pool art, I was thrilled to hear the news of the Domestic Pools exhibition at Villa Noailles in Hyeres, France. (more…)

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No Limits: Alexandre Arrechea’s Distorted Architectural Landmarks

In 2013, a series of ten large sculptures of steel and aluminum were installed on New York’s Park Avenue Malls by Cuban artist Alexandre Arrechea. The installations transformed and distorted several of the city’s architectural landmarks and monuments that when built represented the power of their patrons as well as the prowess of the architects. The project titled “No Limits” was also accompanied by the artist’s watercolors and smaller versions of the sculptures inspired by the project. (more…)

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