2013′s Top installations

| December 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s high time we made a change! It’s time for a revolution! And what better way to transform something if not by upgrading it ?

And by upgrade we mean lights, power, surfaces and design. Here are some amazing installations from 2013.

According to Merriam-Webster, an installation represents “a work of art that usually consists of multiple components often in mixed media and that is exhibited in a usually large space, in an arrangement, specified by the artist.”

And, as some people never seem to lack in ideas, here are some crazy visions of creative designers:

We have “The Fallen” by Andy Moss and Jamie Wardley, “Colorful Canopies” of Umbrellas by Sextafeira Produções and plenty others.

For “The Fallen”, the British artists produced a powerful visual display at the D-Day landing beach in France, Arromanche. The names symbolizes the importance of peace. The project was created in the honor of the International Peace Day and emphasize what happens in the absence of peace.

Some work-arts reflect color and creativity such as the Umbrellas by Sextafeira, while others represent a true evolution in terms of metallic structures, light and design.

Bottoms up, they all are the top installations of 2013, serving as source of inspiration and energy for all the people around the globe.

Photo source: mymodernmet.com

Read more:
sushi cats
If cats meet sushi

CATS MEET SUSHI When the cat meets the sushi a magical combination is created...   - via Tange and Nakimushi...

gorgeousromania2
Lively infusion of history – Romania’s priceless gems

What initially started as an absonant challenge from the Brits, the "Why don't you come over" provocation now takes place...

Close