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Rubber Powered Model Airplanes Take Flight in New ?Float? Documentary Trailer

   11 Mar 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

The full trailer for the documentary Float (previously) introduces the world to a niche indoor sport that involves building and flying self-propelled model airplanes. Directed and edited by Phil Kibbe, the film follows two American pilots, Brett Sanborn and Yuan Kang Lee, as they gear up for the sport’s main event: the F1D World Championships in Romania.
The new trailer showcases the elegant movement of the model planes, and the delicate technique that the pilots use to tightly twist the rubber bands that power them. More

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A Cascading Metal Rainbow Fills a Bookstore in Suzhou, China with Layers of Transparent Hues

   10 Mar 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

As a part of a larger project inside of a unique bookstore in Suzhou, China, architectural designers WUtopia Lab framed a reading room with a colorful structure referred to as the “Xanadu of Rainbows.” Made of one-centimenter thick aluminum sheets that have been perforated and cut into swooping shapes, the metal rainbow is created in a gradient that shifts through almost every shade in the ROYGBIV spectrum.
The word Xanadu is used to describe an idyllic space or place, which is what the architects sought to create with the vibrant, flowing design. More

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The Highest City in the World Celebrates Its Indigenous Culture with Freddy Mamani?s Neo-Andean Architecture

   10 Mar 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

The city of El Alto isn’t just distinguished by its impressive altitude of over 13,000 feet above sea level or its self-governing status. This Bolivian municipality also sets itself apart with the distinctive architecture of Freddy Mamani Silvestre. The architect, who goes by Freddy Mamani professionally, got his start as a bricklayer and studied civil engineering in college. He completed his first building in this style in 2005 and has since created dozens more designs that incorporate circular windows, sharply angled rooflines and vibrant pink, green, and orange facades. More

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Interactive Sculptures Mirror Visitors? Movements in Shimmering Fabrics and Cracked Clay

   09 Mar 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Chairs, Stools, and Coat Racks Carved into Raw Pieces of Wood by Alicja Kwade

   09 Mar 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Aerial Photographs Explore the Unique Geometric Patterns of Coastal Barcelona

   08 Mar 01:00:02   |  ThisIsColossal

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WATERLICHT: An Immersive Light Installation Conveys the Power and Poetry of Water

   08 Mar 01:00:02   |  ThisIsColossal

Dutch artist and designer Daan Roosegaarde created WATERLICHT to raise awareness about rising water levels and the need to continue to innovate and adapt to our changing environment. The ethereal projection uses a combination of LED and lenses, which forms a constantly shifting layer of billowing blue light above the heads of viewers. Since its inception in 2016 as a site-specific artwork for Amsterdam’s Dutch District Water Board, the immersive installation has been shown across the world in London, Toronto, Paris, Rotterdam, Dubai, and at the United Nations headquarters in New York City. More

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Paper Illustrations and GIFs Explore the Body and Mind in New Work by Eiko Ojala

   07 Mar 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

New Zealand and Estonia-based illustrator Eiko Ojala (previously) creates cut paper illustrations that present shadow and depth through creative layering of colorful pieces of paper. Recently, his editorial illustrations have been focused on the mind and body, like a cut paper GIF he created for a story on heart attacks in the New York Times. Others, like two Washington Post illustrations, attempt to uncover the thoughts and feelings sequestered in children’s minds by layering images inside the shape of a boy’s profile. More

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   07 Mar 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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Lily Pads and Reeds Surround a Sleeping Child in a New Monochrome Installation by Hans Op de Beeck

   06 Mar 01:00:01   |  ThisIsColossal

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