At a first glance, Takahiro Iwasaki’s created world ‘Out of Disorder’ looks a bit odd and doesn’t really make much sense. But if you take a closer look, you’ll see that the intricate and almost impossibly small symbols of modern civilization, combined with random everyday objects, create unexpected urban landscapes…
UK-based artist Luke Jerram creates glass-blown sculptures of viruses and bacteria, magnified approximately 1,000,000 times.
Wouldn’t it be cool to play with your own miniature sized replica and imagine that you were actually shrunk to several millimeters height by a giant x-ray? At least that’s what came into my mind first when I saw this amazing project done by Omote3D.
The British artist duo of Tim Noble and Sue Webster presented a “Nihilistic Optimistic” installation of six large sculptures that at a first glance look like just a random pile of crap. The magic happens once you turn the light on: the six piles of stuff all of a sudden create perfect shadows of seated people. Making order out of chaos, now that is art!
What may look like a bunch of randomly scattered poles from one side is actually an impressive sculpture of Nelson Mandela. It was constructed to recognize the 50th anniversary of his capture by the apartheid police. In 1962 the peace activist and politician was arrested and convicted of sabotage and other charges, and sentenced to life imprisonment.