Contemporary and Unique Furniture Designed by Studio Job

Studio Job is a design studio based in Antwerp and Netherlands which is known for rebellious, scale less way of creating an own universe. The way Studio Job is walking a tightrope between design and art gave the work an autonomous position in international design. Here we prepared an impressive collection from Studio Job’s work and hope you will be amazed by these unique pieces as we did. [source]

Contemporary and Unique Furniture Designed by Studio Job
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Stunning Sculpture Projects Bedazzling Light Show by Jim Sanborn

American artist Jim Sanborn has built a formidable reputation for heady light sculptures that involve secret messages, codes, and puzzles. He has installed works all over the world, and today we will show one of Sanborn’s remarkable work – an incised copper and granite piece titled A,A which lights up the plaza in front of the new library at the University of Houston. Made mostly of copper and bronze, the sculpture is comprised of snippets of poems, novels and prose from languages from all over the world, including Arabic, Russian, Spanish and Chinese. At night a light inside shines through illuminating the letters on the walls and ground. Such a stunning display of languages. [source]

Stunning Sculpture Projects Bedazzling Light Show by Jim Sanborn
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Surrealistic Landscape Light Installation by Barry Underwood

Artist Barry Underwood photographs wonderfully mysterious light installations that he installs on-site in forests, mountainsides, or near lakes and rivers. By reading the landscape and altering the vista through lights and photographic effects, Underwood transforms everyday scenes into unique images. Light and color alter the perception of space, while de-familiarizing common objects. The light and color enables an abstract quality to overtake the ordinary natural surroundings. Underwood’s efforts result in a surrealistic cinematographic or theatrically-minded photographic story. [source]

Surrealistic Landscape Light Installation by Barry Underwood

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Sea of Lights: The Imagination Light Garden in Thailand

Designed by the “new media” studio Apostrophy’s, the imagination light garden, as one of the main highlights at the International Horticultural Exposition, utilized two million light bulbs to create the five sections of the spectacular garden. The five sections:

bloom field – consists of several lotus light sculptures that create a welcoming atmosphere at the entrance,
star marine – features a flock of butterflies which plume in correspondence to the music within a field of light,
Anodard lake – named after a buddhist mythology, features a collection of fish light sculptures which ‘jump’ to the music against a backdrop of a peaceful lake,
back-light garden – composed of a hundred fluorescent-painted flowers that glow during the night,
and twilight field – situated at the exit by a Buddhist statue pavilion and consists of a lane created by two lines of local rattan flower lamps

Moreover, the light garden also have a group of “solar cell flowers” that were designed to absorb sunlight during the day in order to power the lights at night. Such a great idea to show awesomeness and consider the environment. [source]

Sea of Lights: The Imagination Light Garden in Thailand
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