As a part of the "Sweet As One" exhibition in Chengdu, China to celebrate the 1st anniversary of Chengdu IFS, graphic design duo Craig & Karl and Hong Kong creative studio AllRightsReserved, created a massive 607 feet long by 23 feet wide carpet constructed out thousands pieces of candy. It took 2,000 volunteers a total of five days to complete the playful and childlike design, which will eventually be processed and donated to underprivileged children along with lunches provided by Chengdu IFS.
Swedish artist Jacob Dahlgren creates complex geometric structures using ordinary lead pencils arranged in small square displays. The objects relate to Dahlgren’s persistent themes and show how our everyday life can be viewed as an on-going exhibition of geometric and abstract patterns. Via the website, "The sculptures are a manifest of Jacob Dahlgren’s thoughts about art and the ideas of authenticity. The cheap, ordinary pencils become refined as material and artefacts."
previously), travelled to Rio De Jaeiro with a team of 20 to create a uniquely ambitious art project; the world’s largest animated GIF. The giant animated artwork, the most ambitious of its kind ever attempted, was painted on the ground in Rio in four stages, over four days. INSA and whisky brand Ballantine's collaborated on the project enlisting the commercial satellite division of Airbus to access a pair of satellites which could be tasked with shooting a 100km square image at a resolution of one pixel per 50 cm squared. INSA explains, "I wanted to cross both worlds and make work that existed in online space even more than it existed in real space."