For Japan's Shinjuku Creators Festa 2013, Artist Emmanuelle Moreaux created 100 Colors, a suspended installation features more tahn 840 sheets of
Singaporean artist Suzann Victor is known for her conceptually sophisticated and visually striking works. This time she has opted to
The appearance of wrinkly laundry hanging on a clothesline leaves the distinct impression of soft fabrics. But these are, in
Every autumn thousands of Kochia bushes turn crimson on Miharashi Hill inside the Hitachi Seaside Park in Japan. We simply cannot help
41-year-old Japanese cartoonist Mami Koide finds inspiration in her napping baby girl Nuno. While the baby sleeps, she uses clothes,
Lee Kum Kee Lantern Wonderland is a highlight of the Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival (September 27 – october 2) organised
South Korean global sensation Psy proves to be unstoppable. His hit song "Gangnam Style' continues to take the world by storm,
Wat Rong Khun, or the White Temple , is no ordinary Buddhist temple. Whereas most temples have a history dated back
What you are seeing here is the world's first drawing technology to enable 3D rendering of 2D images. Live2D, developed by
Japanese artist Kohei Asano usually describes his works in three terms: communication, community, computer-interaction. He wants to bring people into contact
Australian artists Ken and Julia Yonetani have created new radioactive uranium glass sculptural works for the exhibition 'What the Birds Knew'
This wonderful collection of moon-inspired designs by South Korean design studio i³ Lab is like something out of a dream.
Berlin-based artist Toshihiko Mitsuya creates incredible sculptures using aluminum foil. This thin material gets very hard when pressed and forms
Here are three brilliantly simple, or simply brilliant, design concepts created by Japanese design duo Naoki Ono and Yuuki Yamamoto of
'Energy Field' is the world's largest walkable 3D matrix display with a total of 380 fiber blades. Created by German firms TAMSCHICK
"Weaving Forest" is an installation that invites visitors of the "Detour 2011" Festival in Hong Kong to weave their own
Welcome to the strange and wonderful world of Iori Tomita. Taking the scientific dyeing method to study skeletal system one
Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura has constructed a nearly invisible 3D screen that only reveals itself in the presence of light.