previously) have worked at lightning-quick pace to complete the world’s largest outdoor mural. Created for the 2015 edition of the Nuart Street Art Festival in Norway, the 21,000 square meter mural covers the vast majority of Block Berge Bygg’s large roof on the outskirts of Stavanger. "Lilith and Olaf" depicts a woman curled up on the rooftop with a small figure falling from her fingers. The figure is King Olaf I of Norway, who ruled the country from 995-1000. The finished mural is now visible from planes flying into and out of Sola airport. Control tower staff, pilots and aircraft crew at Sola have already been informed and have begun altering their routes to give passengers the best possible sight of Rogaland's new international landmark.
Overflow: A Large Scale Installation Made out of Plastic Objects Bursting out of Shipping Containers
Using the basic drip castle method we all loved as children, Harvard University lecturer Matthew Kaliner creates otherwordly sandcastles on the beaches of Boston's north shore. Motivated entirely by the sheer joy of playing on the beach, and making something out of what is readily available, Kaliner builds incredible structures that twist, jut, climb, and at times appear suspended in midair. “Although I enjoy watching the castles get swept away, I aim to make make my castles more resilient to waves by using sticks, anchored by elaborate braces I dig underground," he explained. "Watching the castle rising above the waves is a real treat—and that's always when they look best.”
Created by art director Hedvig A Kushner, "Pantone Smoothies" is a website that features recipes to help you create delicious smoothies in exact Pantone shade. The idea behind it is very simple, Kushner buys colored paper from a local art store, matches it to a Pantone swatch, and makes a smoothie to match whatever color the swatch is. The smoothie recipes are then photographed with the help of Michael Kushner, using the colored paper as a backdrop. "I make a lot of smoothies and noticed it kinda works like mixing paint." Kushner says, "Add a strawberry, get a hot pink hue, add some spinach and get a subtle green. Pantone Smoothies is an artsy little project seeking an answer to the question: is it possible to create tasty smoothies in any Pantone color?"
Instagram. The teen, who refers to himself as “ThaiBan Fashionist” (Thai fashionista), has made outfits out of everything from clothes hangers to plant cuttings and woven baskets taking them from ordinary to high fashion with his fabulous confidence and eccentric style. According to Buzzfeed, the teen’s real name is Madaew and the beautiful backgrounds of his photos are his home in the Khon Kaen province of northeastern Thailand.