Creative Art Projects: Every day there are so many creative art projects are going around the world. Here we have listed some of the most creative and mind blowing creative art projects for your inspiration.
The Biggest Paper Lantern
During the traditional celebrations of “Festival of the hungry ghosts.”, China has launched a 30-meter paper lantern consisting of a 72 parts. They believe, on this day, people from heaven and people from our world are contacting each other.
Mass Yoga in Paris
“Isn’t this just the most calming picture you’ve ever seen? Women’s activewear brand Lole recently organised a giant yoga practise session in Paris’ Grand Palais, which bought together 4000 people, all clad in white. The meet’s aim was to help create a feeling of well-being, harmony and balance, as promoted by the brand itself. It’s certainly worked on us.” (MSN)
Tyrannosaurus on the banks of the Seine
A fearsome chromed skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus rex was recently installed on the banks of the Seine in Paris. Created by artist Philippe Pasqua, the aluminum and chrome sculpture is nearly 23 feet long and consists of 350 bones. (LaughingSquid)
Germany-based Iranian artist Parastou Forouhar covers white walls and floors with black script in Farsi for her ongoing series known as Written Room. Each of her site-specific installations, which have been exhibited across the world since 1999, redefines an empty space with her decorative handwriting that is both visually pleasing, architecturally transformative, and deeply interpretive. (MyModernMet)
Giant Floral Inflatables
South Korean artist Choi Jeong Hwa captures the beauty of nature with this 24-foot red lotus. The installation has the flower laying peacefully on a pond of water, and to simulate a real-life lotus, the giant installation is motorized allowing its leaves to open and close. The lotus is an essential symbol in the Asian culture, in particular Buddhism, but is often used to represent purity and rebirth.(TrendHunter)
72 Feet Tall Pipes
Russian artist Nikolay Polissky recently completed a huge 72-foot-tall woven sculpture he’s calling Beaubourg. The beautifully sinuous piece looks a bit like Dr. Seuss took a course in weaving and never looked back. The 12 saxophone-esq sections are made from birch twigs and supported by an internal steel structure that conceals a spiraling staircase in the center. Even with the metal supporting elements, it’s striking to see such a lightweight structure of this size.(VisualNews)
No Curves – Tape Art and Design
The very talented Italian collage artist No Curves is widely known for his geometric style in which he produces artwork completely with adhesive tape. He originally began working with tape as a kind of resistance to traditional forms of painting and he has since mastered his skills with the very clean and precise art form. (MyModernMet)