26. Ship Rock, Utah, 2013

Colors and Forms Immortailized in Paintings by Sangeeta Reddy

March 3, 2014 by Art No Comments

“Landscapes of the Colorado Plateau is a body of work that brings together the vast, verdant and wildly varied expanses of this regional treasure that stretches across the United States’ Four Corners. It is a region that has irrevocably inspired artists, writers and poets all […]

Strange Soviet Monuments in Yugoslavia that Commemorate WWII Homesthetics

Futuristic Yugoslavian Monuments that Commemorate WWII

February 10, 2014 by Architecture, Art No Comments

These amazing and futuristic Yugoslavian monuments  were built  between 1960 and 1970 to commemorate WWII battle sites and locations of concentration camps.

white minimalist living room interior design Traditional Japanese Style Blent in Contemporary Interior Design with minimalist and vintage influences homesthetics (1)

Traditional Japanese Style Blent in Contemporary Interior Design

January 29, 2014 by Art, Design, Homesthetics No Comments

Traditional Japanese Zen Philosophy is inspired from the most natural and organic motifs, being materialized in simplistic calm and perfect equilibrated compositions in both minimalist architecture and minimalist interior design. Line, form, shape, space, light, shade and textures, these are the key elements, essential elements […]

Where the Tides Ebb and Flow by Pedro Marzorat

Where the Tides Ebb and Flow by Pedro Marzorati, A Controversial Instalation

January 9, 2014 by Art No Comments

“Where the Tides Ebb and Flow” is a Land-Art Installation by Pedro Marzorati in which he approaches the issue of rising water levels caused by global warming, a problem that should concern everyone nowadays. The Argentinian artist grasps the climate disturbances to rise the importance of this […]