The minute I came across Swedish artist Tove Mauritzson's quirky and colorful paintings, I instantly fell in love. Each piece is eclectic, outrageous, and downright WTFabulous.
In 2000, the NYC Transit authority joined forces with an artificial reef building program, dropping stripped and decontaminated subway cars off barges into the Atlantic Ocean.
Inspired by Victorian chandeliers and bike culture, artist Carolina Fontoura Alzaga uses old bike chain, rims and spokes to create incredible, one-of-a-kind steampunk chandeliers. I think it goes without saying that I want one.
While Banksy was in Los Angeles for his Oscar nominated film, Exit Through The Gift Shop, he beautified our beloved city with some fantastic new pieces. Thanks to maps like these, you can locate and create your own Banksy sightseeing tour.
I will go one year...
Public installation artist and urban planner Candy Chang converted a wall of an abandoned home in her New Orleans neighborhood into something inspiring.
If you loved Maia Flore's Sleep Elevations you just might fall in love with Natsumi's photo blog documenting her daily levitations. The images are so fun to look at and you can't help but wonder how she executes them so flawlessly !
In his "Pour" series, New York artist Holton Rower masterminds the pouring of successive layers of paint onto three dimensional objects. The results are psychedelically awesome works of art but it's the process that is truly captivating.