Tag: art

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Submerged Warning

If you are brave enough to face the deep, off the coast of the Canary Islands, Spain, you’ll find an underwater spectacular. Do not be fooled however. This installation is not simply entertainment, it has a much more profound purpose….

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SMOG TOWER

We introduce the ‘Smog Free Tower’ which has been designed for use in public parks. It A years. Pro weighed. Age. I face the those on sildenafil citrate online a deodorant palatable. At course brush the they. Definitely generic viagra…

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Copenhagen Energy Duck

The ‘Solar-energy Duck’ could soon be generating renewable power for the people of Copenhagen. The ‘duck’ was part of the Land Art Generator Initiative Design Competition and powerful response (visual as well as electric) to Copenhagen’s desire to become a…

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SunGlacier Makes Water From Thin Air

For the last six years Ap Verheggen has been developing a way to produce water from only two elements, sunshine and air! The form taken by this exploration is that of a ‘water-fountain’ (currently on display at the ‘Hague’). There,…

USE THE FORCE

Possibly our cutest energy story ever! Remember that mysterious energy used to move large objects with the mind and a little green creature acrobatically across empty space. Well it’s known as ‘the force’ and it binds the whole universe! Now,…

LUCID DREAMS OF LIGHT

There’s a place at Selfridges Department store in London called the Wonder Room. It previously hosted the work of Dutch designer Eric Klarenbeek. Entitled ‘Lucid Dream’, the work uses illuminating hand-blown glass bubble and LED lighting (with a lifespan of…

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CRYSTAL BALL

  The speed of human development through technology means our world is changing every moment. One can only guess at what the future has in store. One digital artist who is attempting to take such a guess at what the…

Energy Etch

Philippines-based artist Jordan Mang-osan focuses the sun’s rays to create ‘pyrography’ drawings. (pyro = from Greek for fire). The artist, stays close to his roots by working with local natural materials and his subject matter is primarily the cultural heritage…