A motorcycle sculpture from a single block of ice is on display at the Hamburg Ice Magic show in Germany. The show, opens on November 26, 2011 but before the exhibition welcomes its first visitors. Ice sculptors are hard at work behind the scenes. An international crew of 20 sculptors from all over the world, have been busy creating works of art from over 400 tons of ice including sculptures which measure 16-feet in height. Photographer Christian Charisius via hungeree
A spectacular sound and light show lit up the city of Durham as 35 British and international artists took part in the UK’s largest light festival. Projection artist Ross Ashton has collaborated with composer Robert Ziegler and Imagination sound designer John del Nero, to create the son et lumiere. Photographer Nigel Roddis
“Les Voyageurs” sculpture, part of a series of illuminated sculptures by French artist Cedric Le Borgne, is displayed along the South Bailey in Durham. “Durham Lumiere”, the UK’s largest light festival. It brings together 35 British and international artists working with light from 17-20 November. Photographer Nigel Roddis via theplatform
English artist Joe Hill has broken a world record by illustrating a street mural which measures 9601 square-feet in area. The 3D anamorphic painting was created at the Canary Wharf district of London and Guinness World Record representatives confirmed the record-breaking on November 17, 2011. via hungeree
King’s Cross has become home to London’s top creative students. Works have been completed to transform much of the Grade II listed Granary Complex – once part of a goods interchange at the height of the Victorian industrial boom – into a new campus for Central Saint Martin College of Art and Design, part of University of the Arts London.
After a picture of the LEGO street painting was posted on Reddit, the Internet took over, making it a sensation online. Created for the Sarasota Chalk Festival in Florida, this amazing mashup of Legos and Terracotta warriors is magnificent in every sense of the word.