“Starry Night”, Light Installations by Lee Eunyeol.

Eunyeol will be showing this series of photos at the Gana Art Space in Seoul starting this week.

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Phoebe Cummings at Victoria and Albert Museum


In 2010, ceramic artists Phoebe Cummings did a residency at Victoria and Albert Museum in London. During those 6 months her studio space evolved as an ongoing temporary installation. From this unique space inside the collections she will be researching how nature and landscape have been represented historically through ceramic objects and interpreting elements of these designs in the construction of three-dimensional environments.

Phoebe’s work is absolutely mind blowing. Using only raw clay, she created intricate other worldly environments that seemed to be alive and growing. The amount of detail down to a microscopic level is incredibly impressive.

Although her residency has ended her documentation is still online and can be viewed HERE!

-Alysia


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Environmental Installations by Rune Guneriussen

@2 years ago with 14 notes
#environmental art #installation #sculpture #landscape 
cocoku:

Wild At Heart - Anna Garforth

cocoku:

Wild At Heart - Anna Garforth

@3 years ago with 18 notes
#art #Anna Garforth #environmental art #installation 
@3 years ago with 493 notes
#art #sculpture #environmental art #contemporary art #Pim Palsgraaf 
magiccabinet:

Hello, world! is a real installation that is a semacode, measuring 160 x 160 metres, mown into a wheat field in Germany. The code is made up of 18x18 squares that when decoded, it says “Hello, world!” The ambition was to have an aerial view of the code integrated in Google Earths’ database. By Bernhard Hopfengärtner.

magiccabinet:

Hello, world! is a real installation that is a semacode, measuring 160 x 160 metres, mown into a wheat field in Germany. The code is made up of 18x18 squares that when decoded, it says “Hello, world!” The ambition was to have an aerial view of the code integrated in Google Earths’ database. By Bernhard Hopfengärtner.

@3 years ago with 5 notes
#environmental art 
cartwheelgalaxy:

Dead trees painted back to life by Curtis Killorn.

cartwheelgalaxy:

Dead trees painted back to life by Curtis Killorn.

@3 years ago with 38 notes
#environmental art #tree 
holykrampus:

UNIDENTIFIED EARTHWORK IN SAND. JIM DENEVAN.

holykrampus:

UNIDENTIFIED EARTHWORK IN SAND. JIM DENEVAN.

@2 years ago with 20 notes
#earthworks #environmental art #sand #beach 
(via Juxtapoz Magazine - Leaf Carvings for the Environment by Lorenzo Duran | Current)
@2 years ago with 458 notes
#environmental art #climate change #leaf #factory 


Sustainable Art: Artist Ron Arad has designed a flower-wheeled bike made of tempered steel to be auctioned as part of Elton John’s AIDS Foundation fundraiser. “Arad’s studio says the ride is  pretty smooth — despite the gap in the tires design — and the faster you  go the better it feels. According to Fast Company Design the bike was built in just two weeks and uses eighteen steel strips that are fastened together at symmetrical points.” Click the image to find out more.

Sustainable Art: Artist Ron Arad has designed a flower-wheeled bike made of tempered steel to be auctioned as part of Elton John’s AIDS Foundation fundraiser. “Arad’s studio says the ride is pretty smooth — despite the gap in the tires design — and the faster you go the better it feels. According to Fast Company Design the bike was built in just two weeks and uses eighteen steel strips that are fastened together at symmetrical points.” Click the image to find out more.

@2 years ago with 24 notes
#artwork #sustainability #environmental art #charity 
gardensinunexpectedplaces:

A “mobile garden dress,” created by environmental artist Nicole Dextras for the Vancouver International Children’s Festival.

The Mobile Garden Dress was conceived as a self-sustaining garden and portable shelter for the new urban nomad, complete with pots of edible plants and a hoop skirt that converts into a tent at night. This garment is 100% compostable and recyclable.

(via Soiled and Seeded)

gardensinunexpectedplaces:

A “mobile garden dress,” created by environmental artist Nicole Dextras for the Vancouver International Children’s Festival.

The Mobile Garden Dress was conceived as a self-sustaining garden and portable shelter for the new urban nomad, complete with pots of edible plants and a hoop skirt that converts into a tent at night. This garment is 100% compostable and recyclable.

(via Soiled and Seeded)

@3 years ago with 95 notes
#environmental art #wearable art #living clothing #weedrobes 
tempestuousteapot:

john grade, Mantle
Installed at Bitterlake Reservoir Seattle WA 
Salvaged wood platform and corn-based resin upper form.  Thirty feet high, sited September 2009-January 2010.  Resin degrades naturally upon contact with moisture.  Molded in multiple layers (skins) that degrade at different rates, the sculpture unpeels like an onion first in a semi-spherical ring and then in horizontal sheets.

tempestuousteapot:

john grade, Mantle

Installed at Bitterlake Reservoir Seattle WA

Salvaged wood platform and corn-based resin upper form.  Thirty feet high, sited September 2009-January 2010.  Resin degrades naturally upon contact with moisture.  Molded in multiple layers (skins) that degrade at different rates, the sculpture unpeels like an onion first in a semi-spherical ring and then in horizontal sheets.

@3 years ago with 13 notes
#environmental art 

sound doe: getting by 

sounddoe:

going back to the body of work i attempted through black and white, in which i tried to find sculptural accidents within chicago, my professor brought to mine richard wentworth (whose work i posted months and months ago). he is a sculptor who works with things within the urban environment…

@3 years ago with 1 note
#environmental art 
Mending the Earth by Parke Harrison
Check out other amazing work by the artist team of Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison
upcycled via sweetpeapath

Mending the Earth by Parke Harrison

Check out other amazing work by the artist team of Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison

upcycled via sweetpeapath

@3 years ago with 2 notes
#Mending the Earth #Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison #art #conservation #earth #fine art #sustainability #environmental art 
2 years ago
#lights #environmental art #nature #landscape 
holykrampus:

UNIDENTIFIED EARTHWORK IN SAND. JIM DENEVAN.
2 years ago
#earthworks #environmental art #sand #beach 
2 years ago
#Phoebe Cummings #environmental art 
(via Juxtapoz Magazine - Leaf Carvings for the Environment by Lorenzo Duran | Current)
2 years ago
#environmental art #climate change #leaf #factory 
2 years ago
#environmental art #installation #sculpture #landscape 


Sustainable Art: Artist Ron Arad has designed a flower-wheeled bike made of tempered steel to be auctioned as part of Elton John’s AIDS Foundation fundraiser. “Arad’s studio says the ride is  pretty smooth — despite the gap in the tires design — and the faster you  go the better it feels. According to Fast Company Design the bike was built in just two weeks and uses eighteen steel strips that are fastened together at symmetrical points.” Click the image to find out more.
2 years ago
#artwork #sustainability #environmental art #charity 
cocoku:

Wild At Heart - Anna Garforth
3 years ago
#art #Anna Garforth #environmental art #installation 
gardensinunexpectedplaces:

A “mobile garden dress,” created by environmental artist Nicole Dextras for the Vancouver International Children’s Festival.

The Mobile Garden Dress was conceived as a self-sustaining garden and portable shelter for the new urban nomad, complete with pots of edible plants and a hoop skirt that converts into a tent at night. This garment is 100% compostable and recyclable.

(via Soiled and Seeded)
3 years ago
#environmental art #wearable art #living clothing #weedrobes 
3 years ago
#art #sculpture #environmental art #contemporary art #Pim Palsgraaf 
tempestuousteapot:

john grade, Mantle
Installed at Bitterlake Reservoir Seattle WA 
Salvaged wood platform and corn-based resin upper form.  Thirty feet high, sited September 2009-January 2010.  Resin degrades naturally upon contact with moisture.  Molded in multiple layers (skins) that degrade at different rates, the sculpture unpeels like an onion first in a semi-spherical ring and then in horizontal sheets.
3 years ago
#environmental art 
magiccabinet:

Hello, world! is a real installation that is a semacode, measuring 160 x 160 metres, mown into a wheat field in Germany. The code is made up of 18x18 squares that when decoded, it says “Hello, world!” The ambition was to have an aerial view of the code integrated in Google Earths’ database. By Bernhard Hopfengärtner.
3 years ago
#environmental art 
sound doe: getting by→

sounddoe:

going back to the body of work i attempted through black and white, in which i tried to find sculptural accidents within chicago, my professor brought to mine richard wentworth (whose work i posted months and months ago). he is a sculptor who works with things within the urban environment…

3 years ago
#environmental art 
cartwheelgalaxy:

Dead trees painted back to life by Curtis Killorn.
3 years ago
#environmental art #tree 
Mending the Earth by Parke Harrison
Check out other amazing work by the artist team of Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison
upcycled via sweetpeapath
3 years ago
#Mending the Earth #Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison #art #conservation #earth #fine art #sustainability #environmental art