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Laurindo Feliciano captures and translates the maze of collective memories of other individuals on top of his own

Laurindo Feliciano is an awarded Brazilian artist, illustrator and art director. He has lived and worked in France since 2003.

Shortlisted winners of the World Interior of the Year 2017 announced

78 finalists of the World Interior of the Year have recently been announced and, while the nominees all hail from different parts of the world, Greater China and Australia racked up the most nominations.

You can now stay the night in world-renowned architectural creations through AirBnB

Ever dreamed of staying in fancy-looking houses in architectural magazines? Thanks to the online marketplace for house rentals Airbnb, you can now make that impossible dream come true.

Big balloons pumped with two different gasses float like black objects in a trance

Tadao Cern’s “Black Balloon” art installation delves into the artist’s idea of contradictions. Big yet light balloons are filled up with helium and painted with a heavy black paint to highlight its contradictory elements.

You can now text the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and get an art piece as a reply

A new and unique art movement created by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has everyone tapping and looking over their phones – and it’s all for a good cause.

Dead sperm whale washes along the banks of the Seine River to spread environmental awareness

Many Parisians were shocked and caught off guard by the appearance of a seemingly dead sperm whale on the River Seine.

Comics show yoga poses that architects can use at work

Who said architecture and yoga can’t go together? In this series of well-illustrated comics, The Leewardists delves into the undeniable but humorous connection of yoga and architecture.

Garbage bin inspired from Japanese process of fermentation converts food waste into fertiliser

Benjamin Cullis Watson was still studying Product Design and Technology at Loughborough University when he created the Taihi bin – a waste disposal that turns food waste into usable fertilizer.

Art pieces in collaborative exhibit “3 Artists, 3 States” all finished by snail mail

It is unusual for artists to work with others, but it is not unheard of. For the three artists that are soon to be putting up their exhibit at the Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery, however, collaborating with each other was the key to finishing their work.

Bjarke Ingels sheds a light on dark history by turning Nazi bunkers into a modern underground museum

The coast of Denmark is still currently dotted with bunkers that were once a part of Hitler’s grand scheme of building an impenetrable Atlantic Wall to ward off his enemies.

Modernism of Merdeka: Exhibit showcasing 16 scale models of iconic architectural structures in Malaysia

With the aim of tackling the architectural advancements that Malaysia has achieved after the Merdeka period, the Manifest: Modernism Of Merdeka is currently available for viewing at the Galeri Petronas in Kuala Lumpur.

Street artist recreates abandoned Australian houses into “fantasy film set”

Once a bustling community of 1900s residential homes, Melbourne’s inner north area is now dotted with dilapidated and abandoned houses and cottages.

Steven Universe’s new RPG game Save the Light reveals new fusion characters

Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe has garnered a massive following in the recent years that the newly released role-playing game Steven Universe: Save the Light was hardly a surprise to the fans.

Husband and wife illustration makers are featured artists at the recent Disney WonderGround exhibition

When asked how their company, The Little Friends of Printmaking, came to be, husband and wife James and Melissa Buchanan reveal that their printing business started as a joke.

UK’s new postal stamp series pays homage to the 10 best contemporary architecture

The Royal Mail, UK’s postal service company, has released a unique postal stamp series celebrating 10 buildings that solidify the presence of contemporary architecture and brilliant engineering in the country.

Another Country’s new furniture collection is designed to make an office feel like home

As a part of their drive to squash people’s perception of an office to be “cold and clinical”, British furniture design brand Another Country has recently produced a flexible furniture collection that aims to adapt to a range of environments.

Mexico-based 3D artist makes claymation illustrations of fan favorite Game of Thrones characters

The much-awaited new season of HBO’s thrilling drama Game of Thrones has been the talk of the year and it’s not just because of its exciting plot twists.

Iconic photographs from GUNS N’ ROSES’ early touring days to be auctioned off for “Appetite for Destruction” anniversary

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of GUNS N’ ROSES’ worldwide hit debut album “Appetite for Destruction”, Rock Scene Auctions has launched a new auction that features 15 never before seen photographs from the rock band’s early tour days.

New simulation game uses MS Paint art in fulfilling a frustrated artist’s dreams

Have you always felt like you may have been a successful artist in another lifetime? If you are, then this new simulation game is perfect for you!

Les Inconnus: a complex choreography of interlaced paths by director Vallée Duhamel

Les Inconnus (Strangers) is a short film directed by Vallée Duhamel, that tells the surreal stories of characters moving around in the same space in a complex choreography of interlaced paths.