monika nguyen

25 04 2013

monika nguyen 

Look closely. In almost every pic there is something… odd. And the architexture is modern. Almost futuristic. And everything is new. And empty. There are no messes. Is this paradise or hell?

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Frank Gehry

5 02 2013

Frank Gehry. You look at pics of Gehry’s work and you are sure it is photoshoped. He builds buildings that look like they have a history. There is personality. And always this surreal sense of place. I often wonder what it must be like to live or work in these edifaces. Does the building ever get indigestion.

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Scott Weaver

29 01 2013

Rolling through the bay is an abstract toothpick sculpture of San Francisco. It has about 100,000 of toothpicks. The amazing part, is that is has four ping pong ball paths that roll through different landmarks of San Francisco. I have spent about 3000 hours on it over a period of 34 years and the only glue I use is Elmer’s.

One doesn’t ask the question as to whether it is art. One stands amazed. 100,000 toothpicks. 34 years. Elmer’s glue.

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7 01 2013

This young artist has discovered some interesting things. This animation of a house is one of them.

I am really into this gif thing in the last time, they are just so much better than just pictures, like a mix between picture and film, how awesome is that? So this project is made by INSA and Stanley Downwood. To be honest: I looked at the other works of them alone and I didn’t like them because it is so simple and stupid so I’m surprised that I like the project they did together. But as this is the case I wanted to show it to you guys, so here it is:



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Laurent Chehere

19 09 2012

Laurent Chehere has created this wonderful series called flying houses. It is both amusing and intriguing. It suggests the impossible. But makes it look ordinary as if it might exist in some alternate  universe.

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Jean-Paul Bourdier

17 08 2012

Jean-Paul Bourdier. I’m not sure if you can ever tire of using the human body as the central figure in anything. In Bourdier’s pieces the body is the landscape. Fascinating stuff. But would it have been as appealing as say using a raccoon?

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22 06 2012

This festival has to be seen to be believed. The stages are like huge sculptures. Wosal

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 This year again will the Bregenz Festival be held in Austria. It’s a grand spectacle every year again. Opera singers, artist from all over the world come to perform on this prestigious Festival. And not only the artists are amazing, also the stages are unbelievable pieces of art!

If you want to know more, or want to buy tickets to see it for yourself, click here.

The stage is a massive floating stage on Lake Constance, and this is the centerpieve of the annual Bregenz Festival in Austria. The stage hosts opera productions famous for their extraordinary set designs. Audiences up to 7.000 people can be placed to watch the enormous spectacle. Performances can be watched through the end of August.

The Marvelous Floating Stage of the Bregenz Festival

photo via The Telegraph

Some stages of the past years

The Marvelous Floating Stage of the Bregenz Festival

photo via AP/Rudi Blaha

The Marvelous Floating Stage of the Bregenz Festival

photo via EPA

The Marvelous Floating Stage of the Bregenz Festival

photo via Getty

The Marvelous Floating Stage of the Bregenz Festival

photo via Reuters

This stage was designed by…

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