An Artist Turned A Gothic Chapel Into A Marvelous Night Sky! 11/22/2015 • Alma Jara
Have you ever heard about Miguel Chevalier? He is one of the best known digital projection artists. This time, he turned the 16th-century King's College Chapel into a backdrop for his amazing light show. The chapel was filled with the hypnotizing starlight!
The artist designed the projections specially for the Gothic chapel's interior. Actually, this chapel is one of the best examples of Perpendicular Gothic Architecture in the world.
This is how the great chapel usually looks - noble and magnificent
And here's its metamorphosis:
What do you think: did he manage to emphasize the building's extraordinary architecture? Please, tell us your opinion in the comments below.
You are welcome to watch the video showing the projections and tell your friends about the magical metamorphosis of the chapel!
Handmade accessories - a mix of Polymer Clay and Minerals has never been so marvelous 2/18/2017 • Lynda Weappa
There are so many talented people in the world! This Ukrainian artist and jewelry designer is for sure one of them. Look what she creates using just polymer clay, various minerals and a bit of fantasy.
Macro photography is awesome! It lets us discover a unique tiny world that surrounds us. Still not everyone can do it without special equipment. However, Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov managed to create his own camera capable of capturing macro photographs.You have to see these unbelievable pics!
Real babies or skillful works of art: these sculptures will make you guessing 2/6/2017 • Carry Baker
Talented people can find inspiration in everything! This artist creates miniature sculptures that look like real babies. We bet, this is the most adorable thing you have ever seen!
We bet you have never seen such beautiful Winter wonderland! Get inspired and surprised by these unbelievable works of art.
Do you like
dragons? We bet not as much as this Russian artist does. She paints these
mystical creatures on stones and they come to life. You’d better see it!