Kinetic Rain

At Terminal 1 of Singapore’s Changi Airport is the sculpture Kinetic Rain. It consists of two parts that move through a fifteen minute animated sequence. The sculpture is installed above the two central escalators and spans a total area of over 75 square metres and over 7.3 metres in height. Personally, I love how it…

Short Film: Day of the Dead

Just recently, Mexico’s Guadalajara International Film Festival has displayed newfound global inclusion within the selected films. The film festival is focused on showing each country’s unique culture, and has especially dedicated a prize for the best Mexican animated short “Day of the Dead.” This short film was first discussed 16 years ago and focuses on…

Moncler x Valentino Winter Gowns

Recently, Moncler partnered with Valentino’s creative director Pierpaolo Picciolo to create massive gowns that were a combination between winter puffy coats and ballroom gowns. They are a unique mix between fashion and function, channeling unusual shapes and patterns, and bold colors.

Pat Steir’s Waterfalls at the Barnes Foundation

Pat Steir’s waterfall series at the Barnes Foundation displays conceptual art, minimalism, and philosophical strategies of representation with a mix of Jackson Pollock and Yipin ink splashing. While many of the lines may seem to be placed at random, each are, in fact, placed with intention. I found this to be very interesting as it…

Portraits by Cristian Blanxer

Cristian Blanxer creates a new impressionist light and poetic beat to reproduce day-to-day human actions in a surrealistic situation. His pieces are extremely unique and interesting because you can see the evolution from pieces that are very realistic, displaying everyday actions, to very surreal, and then to a combination of both. He works on all…

Why Not Now?

As the new year began, all of my friends and family scrambled to make resolutions and find ways to follow through with them throughout the entire year. I came upon this graphic and found it to be fascinating due to the different interpretations. While the artist, merely interpreted it to be doing specific tasks now,…