Wonderful, collaged gig posters by Berlin-based artist Damien Tran. More images below!
Paris-based artist Baptiste Debombourg’s “Stellar” is, basically, 1200 chairs arranged to look like a rollercoaster. But what makes the installation even more hilarious is that it’s on display in Place du Bouffay, an area populated with cafés with chairs of the same design (and from which Debombourg drew his inspiration). See more images below!
Came across this great i-D article on artist James Merry who has been working with Björk for the past six years. He loves embroidery, so when he found himself stuck in New York missing Iceland earlier this year he decided to “fertilize” some of his clothing. He embroidered a glacier flower and moss onto an old Nike sweatshirt, and soon after that he’d completed a Fila mushroom.
Have a look at his work below.
“Healing Tool” is part of Brian Kane’s ongoing series “Art for Commuters.” Designed specifically for people driving along Interstate 93 and 95 in Massachusetts, the installation is meant to provide an unexpected moment of beauty. The billboard displays images which change hourly and daily. At night for instance, high resolutions images of the moon are displayed in relation to the actual moon phases. More images from Kane’s project and short video below!