Tag: sculptures

  • Haw Par Villa Re-visited (Singapore)

    written by lawypop on 2010-06-19 #places
    Haw Par Villa Re-visited (Singapore)

    If you visit Singapore, get ready your lomo cameras and come to this amazing theme park called Haw Par Villa! It is a wonderland of beautiful landscape and colorful sculptures!

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  • The Getty Villa

    written by erikamentari on 2010-04-12 #places
    The Getty Villa

    Right on the Pacific Coast Highway with a view of the ocean, the Getty Villa is a rare treat in Los Angeles. It was envisioned by oil tycoon and billionaire J. Paul Getty and opened for the first time in 1974. It has one of the world's largest collections of ancient glass!

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  • The Eden Project

    written by kernow_and_cambria on 2009-06-06 #places
    The Eden Project

    The Worlds Largest Greenhouse! Two domes where a tropical rain forest climate and a cooler Mediterranean climate can experience.

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  • Don't Be Fearful, Visit Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires

    written by pomps on 2011-11-08 #places
    Don't Be Fearful, Visit Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires

    This may not be the creepiest cemetery, in case you are seeking a terror experience but it is worth visiting if you are around Recoleta, a fancy neighborhood in Buenos Aires.

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  • A Bit of a Different Museum

    written by scorpie on 2009-09-16 #places
    A Bit of a Different Museum

    A park that looks like a garden in some places and like a wildlife sanctuary in others, massive modern brick building appearing out of nowhere behind some trees, artworks by Cézanne, Matisse and Schwitters among a mix of ancient sculptures of the Khmer and from China – believe it or not, but you'll find this unique mix at Museum Insel Hombroich in Neuss, Germany.

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  • Citypark – Griftpark, Utrecht

    written by miss_maha on 2011-05-10 #places
    Citypark – Griftpark, Utrecht

    Utrecht is a wonderful city with enough things to see and do. But if you get tired from walking along the waterways running through the city, the busy shopping streets or sightseeing, you should take a break in a lovely park called het Griftpark.

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  • A Tourist's Guide to Oslo

    written by llamasoup on 2011-05-05 #places
    A Tourist's Guide to Oslo

    A brilliant sculpture on every street and mind-blowing museums make Oslo a beautiful and historic city to visit. However, how do you afford to see everything that Oslo has to offer, in the most expensive city in the world? Put together by an impoverished student, this guide proves that you can experience the wonders of Oslo without stretching your wallet. Behold the wonders of the Norwegian capital.

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  • A 9-Foot Office Brick Wall Made of LEGO

    written by nyebe on 2012-01-09 #news
    A 9-Foot Office Brick Wall Made of LEGO

    Need an office divider but you're just tired of constructing or placing a lame, plain wall? The designers at Npire decided to use Lego bricks to construct a massive 9-foot wall. Check out the pics after the jump.

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  • Far Eastern University: A Place of Art

    written by renenob on 2012-03-16 #places
    Far Eastern University: A Place of Art

    Being a college professor, universities have been a big part of my life. And since one of this month’s article requests is about universities, I will be writing about a couple of them here in the Philippines; starting with my alma mater, and former employer, Far Eastern University.

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  • David Mach's Matchstick Sculptures

    written by nyebe on 2012-01-16
    David Mach's Matchstick Sculptures

    Who would have thought that matchsticks and art would match? See what I did there? And you should see what Scottish artist David Mach did with these match sticks. He makes insane sculptures out of them. Check it out after the break.

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  • A Salute to the Masters: The Girl with the Scarred Face (A Tribute to Juergen Teller)

    written by sirio174 on 2014-05-16
    A Salute to the Masters: The Girl with the Scarred Face (A Tribute to Juergen Teller)

    This is a tribute to Juergen Teller, a great fashion photographer who continues to work with analogue cameras. In the 1990s he radically changed the way to make fashion photography. His models appear "soap and water", without heavy make-up, and his images seem taken like an amateur photographer. Between his nice works, there is a photos that I like so much, taken in Cuba and called "The Girl with the Broken Nose." Take a look after the jump!

  • Matthew Picton's Paper Cities

    written by emulsional on 2012-01-23 #news
    Matthew Picton's Paper Cities

    What other things can you make out of paper? Intricate artist, Matthew Picton, creates paper sculptures of continents, countries, and cities! See his work after the jump.

  • Vigeland's sculptures in Frognerparken

    written by minicooper on 2008-11-03 #places
    Vigeland's sculptures in Frognerparken

    There are lots of cities with green parks in the center, but there is no one like Vigeland’s Park. What makes it special is that is full of sculptures of children, women, men and elder: that’s life.

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  • Manila CitySlicker Felix: A Quick Look at a Gallery Big Exhibit

    written by feelux on 2012-02-27
    Manila CitySlicker Felix: A Quick Look at a Gallery Big Exhibit

    Art lies in the heart of every city! And for our Manila CitySlickers' second task, we asked them to roam around their analogue cities and know more about its artistic side. Let's take a look at what Felix has to share with us after the stop.

  • Nature and Art Combined

    written by ismikk on 2011-07-17
    Nature and Art Combined

    About a year ago I moved to the city of Enschede (in the Netherlands) to start with my first year at the art academy that is located there. After a tough year full of hard work, blood, sweat and tears the school year has come to an end.

  • A Riverside Oasis - Gabriel's Wharf

    written by sandkorn on 2011-04-12 #places
    A Riverside Oasis - Gabriel's Wharf

    If you're looking for some great food, nice little designer shops and a place to sit and relax next to the river - Gabriel's Wharf is where you should go.

  • Isidro Blasco Opened New Photo-Installation Exhibit in New York

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-05-23 #news
    Isidro Blasco Opened New Photo-Installation Exhibit in New York

    The Shirin Gallery is currently displaying the new photographic installation of Spanish artist Isidro Blasco.

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  • A Flea with Horseshoes and Other Stories

    written by soundfoodaround on 2013-01-18 #news
    A Flea with Horseshoes and Other Stories

    The world's smallest sculptures are the feat of Russian sculptor Nikolai Aldunin. With the aid of a 28-year-old microscope, Aldunin delicately crafts his world-record masterpieces, inspired by a Russian folk tale. After the jump, peer into Aldunin's magnifying tool and enter another realm entirely!

  • Fresh from My Darkroom: Cleaning the Statues at the Villa Olmo in Como

    written by sirio174 on 2014-11-17
    Fresh from My Darkroom: Cleaning the Statues at the Villa Olmo in Como

    After years of being abandoned, the statues at the Villa Olmo are finally being restored by a group of volunteers from a local Fine Arts academy. With my lovely Zorki 6 rangefinder, I documented one phase of this praiseworthy work. Take a look!

  • Growing, Living Metropolis: Folding Urban Landscape Sculptures by Alexander Becherer

    written by cheeo on 2013-11-09
    Growing, Living Metropolis: Folding Urban Landscape Sculptures by Alexander Becherer

    Imagination and good vision are great tools for creation. Artist Alexander Becherer draws inspiration from the world’s megacities and uses those tool to transform different materials into looping, melding and out of this world miniature city sculptures with super imposed words and statements. See more of his work after the jump.

  • Nathan Sawaya's The Art of the Brick Museum Tour

    written by emulsional on 2012-01-10 #news
    Nathan Sawaya's The Art of the Brick Museum Tour

    Nathan Sawaya is a 'brick artist' who makes use of LEGO® bricks to build 3-dimensional large-scale sculptures. Take a peek at his amazing work after the break!

  • Beijing 798 Art Zone

    written by breakphreak on 2008-11-20 #places
    Beijing 798 Art Zone

    Gone thru Beijing, visited all the historical places and now you think that you've seen it all? Sooooo wrong! Don't dare to leave without dropping by to one of the most impressive exhibition districts in the world, called "798" (Chi-Chio-Pa in Chinese). You will be shocked to find that outstanding kind of treasure.