In Vercorin, Switzerland, every summer the artists are invited to create works that include the entire village,
in 2010 they painted the streets so very addictive for both locals and visitors alike.
"We thought it would be interesting to work on the surface of the roads, because it was a kind of free zone, most of the houses and their facades are very old, it seemed interesting to contrast of antique materials with bright colours on the street. As a result many of the villagers went and followed the painting, used so very playful, especially children who used to skate, walk or ride your bike on the lines. "
With this new series "Cambodian Trees", the French photographer Clément Briend wanted to illustrate the importance of spirituality and the role of nature in Cambodian culture.
Fashion, design and photography are increasingly viewed as a whole, the composite rules consisting of unique style, personality and glamour: scopes that will contaminate positively and take
On the occasion of the 21st Paris climate conference to be held in December 2015, the Belgian artist Naziha Mestaoui will screen "one beat one tree" on the most famous monuments of
"Working Class Hero" a report on an industrial reality of Italian Emanuele Spano
The street artist from Berlin playfully Evol transforms electric boxes, walls and any other public architecture in blocks of the city. The German artist executes his plan
XYZ and Xavier de Richemont have designed this Visual and multimedia installation on the facades of the Great Museum of Mundo Maya in Merida in Mexico.
The installation is a sort of gr