Tomás Saraceno Launches You into the Sky with His Latest Suspended Installation "In Orbit" at K21 Staendehaus
Tomás Saraceno's newest installation is part spider-web, part neural pathway. Visitors to the installation enter a network of safety nets suspended more than 65 feet above the museum floor at K21 Staendehaus. Saraceno consulted with arachnologists (folks who study spiders), architects, and engineers throughout the process of creating "In Orbit." The result is an interactive space where communication is explored through motion.
Art of the Brick: Nathan Sawaya's LEGO Solo Show in New York
Yup, those are the same LEGOs you have buried in your closet. But these sculptures, created by Devon Sawaya, more than live up to their billing as "the world's biggest and most elaborate display of LEGO art ever."
Hypnotic Wind-powered Kinetic Sculptures by Anthony Howe [Video]
The intricacy of these kinetic sculptures by Anthony Howe is absolutely astonishing. Set spinning by the slightest breeze, the motion of Howe's sculptures is as graceful and beautiful as it is unbelievable.
3D Ship Drawn on Three Flat Sheets of Paper by Ramon Bruin
Don't worry, you haven't slipped into an alternate universe where three-dimensional objects pop out of flat surfaces. This is actually a skewed drawing by Ramon Bruin done on three sheets of flat paper.
Metro Cuffs by Design Hype Inc. are probably the coolest way to figure out which train you need to take. Whether you're on the Chicago El, the Paris Metro, the London Tube, or the New York City subway, these bracelets have you covered. Maps are embossed in black on a matte stainless steel surface. Cuffs measure 2.5" in diameter and 2" in width.