Designer Fernando Abellanas has constructed a tiny studio beneath a busy overpass in Spain. Complete with movable walls, light furnishings and a hand crank that transports the structure along two metal rails, the micro-dwelling hangs high above the ground in a manner reminiscent to the kind of secret hideaway or fort one might have as a child. See more images by Jose Manuel Pedrajas below!
Call to Submit: “Array” Photo & Art Features
We’re now accepting submissions for “Array”. This is open to artists and photographers!Learn more
Booooooom x Capture: Public Art Open Call
Once again we’re teaming up with Capture Photography Festival to curate a public art installation in Vancouver!Learn more