Sao Paulo, Brazil boasts the world's largest retro arcade screen, for a limited time.
There is a place called the RainRoom where you can walk into a downpour and yet stay completely dry. The people behind the room aren't dispensing superpowers at the door or using magic to do it. Well, there is some sophisticated technological magic at work behind keeping you dry, so that kind of counts.
This art installation created with over 1,000 working lights and some 5,000 burnt-out bulbs definitely evokes a smile when you see it lighting up the night sky. What's more it's interactive where the crowd can turn some lights on or off by pulling chains causing the luminous cloud to change in intensity — from light to dark like a thundercloud.
London is overflowing with things to do in the next few weeks as the Olympics take over the town. If you're the type who is looking for something different in between sporting venues, consider getting lost in a book — or more accurately, a book maze measuring just over 5,000 square feet.
Japanese installation artist Motoi Yamamoto has made a name for himself on the international art scene by crafting gigantic, intricately detailed works from an original medium: salt.
Totally Rad: Karim Rashid Does Radiators, an exhibit that opened this week in New York City, features radiators that you'd be forgiven for mistaking for contemporary sculpture. It's curated by Karim Rashid, the mad designer behind this Kone vacuum and...
As phone booths continue down their inexorable path to extinction, artists think of other, more aesthetically pleasing ways to use the endangered glass cubicles. "Why not just install a soothing, blood-pressure-lowering aquarium inside that ugly old phone booth," French artists...