4 Years to Grow A Church From Trees

There is something unusual in Brian Cox’s backyard. In this New Zealander’s backyard grows a quite big enchantingly beautiful live-tree church. When you are curious of how much time he spent to grow this tree so that he can make it into a church, it took him 4 years to build up this church. Just […]

Human Fragility Captured by Artist Through Fractured Sculptures

Johannesburg-based artist Regardt van der Meulen continues to explore and exhibit the inherent fragility of the human body through steel sculptures in a series titled Deconstructed. Much like his past pieces that appear to drip and unravel, his latest collection of fractured forms presents a haunting yet beautiful look at mortality.

Fairy Tale Architecture from Norway

Have you ever traveled all the way to Norway? What are the things that come to mind when talking about Norway? For some people, it’s been inseparable from Norwegian life like their Vikings, blonde people, particular architecture and majestic fjords. And for some of us, these only remind us of its fairy tales. Check out how […]

When Architects Say No to Trees Cut Down

Most of us are aware of our present environmental condition which is being depleted and much exploited which according to many studies will only lead to significant environmental impact, like global warming, soil loss, water cycle and a decline in biodiversity. But thanks to a particular spectrum, these architects have determined to use real trees to […]

Mystical Silence in Sufism Painting by Yudi Yudoyoko

Sufism or Taṣawwuf  (Arabic: التصوف‎‎), which is often defined as “Islamic mysticism”the inward dimension of Islam,or “the phenomenon of mysticism within Islam, is a mystical trend in Islam “characterized … [by particular] values, ritual practices, doctrines and institutions” which began very early on in Islamic history and which represents “the main manifestation and the most important and central crystallization […]

Giant Wooden Megaphones by Estonian Students

If you explore deep in the woods in Estonia, there you can find this king-size wooden megaphones built by a bunch of interior architecture students. The bunch of students happens to be led by an architecture student called Birgit Õigus who is the author of the wonderful idea. Check out the way the giant megaphones […]

Paint Induced Photograph

Photorealism is a genre in paintings, which came out in about the same era as conceptual art, Pop Art, and Minimalism, expressing a strong realism interest in art. Amongst many names, Yigal Ozeri was one of the masters of Photorealism.