Name Name


Michael McGillis: Wake

  • Posted by SHFT on November 26, 2012 in Art
  • Bright, synthetic color meets natural materials in "Wake," a land art installation by Michigan artist Michael McGillis. The semi-subterranean piece transforms the relatively mundane sight of giant wood piles into a surprisingly beautiful and interactive work of art. Originally installed at Minnesota's Franconia Sculpture Park in 2006, the installation consists of a 95-foot long trench lined with crosscut logs. The ends of the logs are painted various shades of purple, inviting viewers to walk through. Really cool.

    (via Colossal)





    Colorful Commotion

  • In Berlin, a guerrilla art project makes unwilling artists out of cars.
  • more
  • Modern Reclaimed Wood Wall Art

  • Earn your stripes with this lovely wooden wall piece by Jaclyn Miller
  • more
  • Richard Long: Sculptures

  • For pioneering earth artist, landscape is both subject and medium
  • more