Berlin

Illustrations Filling the Sky Between Buildings

When you look up at the sky and think of art, you might think of skywriting airplanes or animals made out of clouds, but French illustrator Thomas Lamadieu is giving “sky art” a whole new look. The photographer has recently ...
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Architecture from the Fantastic World of the Future

If you live in almost any city around the world for very long, you’re bound to see a new skyscraper fill the skyline, slowly rising to impressive heights by the methodical assembly of cranes perched on its peak. Architectural firms ...
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Illustrating Landscapes for Happy People

It’s no secret that here at Visual News we are real suckers for maps and clever illustrations, so when we found these designs by Belgium based design studio Khuan + Ktron we were floored. Each of their designs, whether representing ...
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Tiny Landscapes in the Big, Big World

Taking over a city near you, is Slinkachu! This seasoned installation artist has been “abandoning little people on streets since 2006,” creating scenes that from a close perspective appear to be full sized scenes, but from a distance turn out ...
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Modifying Social Behavior With Wild Benches

Public space is a funny thing. People mostly seem to be avoiding each other or trying to make some form of meaningful contact… often, paradoxically, at the same time. The park bench is a perfect example of this — one ...