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Tag Archives: Fine Art
High heel bathtubs, what could be better? Begone white ugly bathtub, you are a thing of the past. These artfully decorated tubs designed by the Italian company SICIS, are completely covered on the outside in shimmering mosaic glass tiles.
Hector Serrano and their installation crew Borealis, created this glowing architectural monument for the 2013 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. Dome was inspired by Rome’s pantheon dome architecture. Most often pantheon dome’s were considered to be a building that was devoted to God. The building consisted of a circular ceiling supported by large columns at regular intervals that hold up the dome shaped ceiling.
The Meet Your Creator light and music ensemble is a live performance that uses light and sound to show the effervescent playfulness that media can bring to art and creativity. Using 16x moving head spotlights, motorized mirrors, and 16x flying robots with LEDs this light show’s style is one to remember.
The love of lighting should be spared by none, including children. And that is exactly what the author Casie Kesterson has done in this amusing adventure story, The Goldfish in the Chandelier. This illuminating tale takes place just outside of Paris in the early 1800s where a lighting designer by the name of Uncle Henri is creatively blocked. He can’t figure out a new chandelier design for a lighting project that he was commissioned to design for an elaborate home in Paris.
The multi media artist Yonel Lebovici, also known as Lebo, created art, lighting and furniture during a period when design was in the midst of some heavy changes. Lebovici was born in 1937 and attended school in the 1950’s for aeronautics. However his love for lighting and product design pushed him into the wide world of art and design. His passion for shiny metals combined with his brief stint in the aeronautics industry prompted his own style to shine through.