Today we invite you to the magic and surreal world of Cristina Coral. Fascinating architecture, the search for harmony and symmetry, juxtaposing monumental architecture with the fragility of the individual - this is how you can briefly describe the magnetizing photos.
The coronavirus epidemic encourages creativity: there are many challenges in the new reality that designers can help solve. For example, maintaining a distance from other people is such a challenge. Another creative and at the same time beautiful solution to this problem are Veronica Toppino projects.
The time to fight the coronavirus epidemic is also a time of increased creativity, also in the advertising industry. We have already written about an ingenious campaign by German students who encouraged the publication of spoilers on the billboards to discourage people from leaving the house. Now it's time for another creative campaign, this time with art in the lead role!
The Italian edition of the "Vogue" magazine is one of the most important magazines in the fashion world. Its covers are always a great inspiration for all fashion and photography fans. This time, however, the cover of the famous magazine is ... completely empty!
This amazing church is a project of the Norwegian architect Espen Surnevik. It was built on the site of an eighteenth-century church, which in 2011 was burnt. The main goal of the architect was to recreate the monumentalism of the old building in a modern way.
Although sight provides us with many unique stimuli, it's not always worth trusting what we see. The phenomenon of optical illusion used by artists was extensively described by Ernst Hans Gombrich in his book "Art and Illusion". Contemporary artists also reach for the phenomenon of illusion and use it using the latest technology.
Due to the pandemic, many museums and cultural institutions are closed. This is not only a loss for culture, but also for artists for whom the exhibition of their works is also often a selling opportunity. Therefore, the two artists decided to create a virtual platform on which you can sell a work of art without leaving home.
At the last auction at the Polswiss Art Auction House in Warsaw, among the works put up for sale was a painting by Jan Matejko. For the canvas "Portrait of Professor Karol Gilewski" anonymous buyer paid 5.9 million zlotys plus 18 percent of the auction fee.
The aesthetics on the streets of Polish cities is still different. Fortunately, there are many grassroots initiatives that are designed to sort out the visual chaos that reigns on the streets of Polish cities. One of such initiatives is the Traffic Design association.