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Artitechture = Art & Architecture

Sunray Kelly

 

The architecture of Sunray Kelly is Inspired by nature,  resembling magical tree houses which might be inhabited by elves. Using round hobbit-like shapes provided by Mother Earth, he incorporates whole tree trunks, branches and found logs as framework, hunting the forests of his home in the Pacific Northwest for the perfect additions. Moss covers roofs, branches form arching banisters and tree trunks grace entranceways and inner doorways.

Monica Tiulescu - Eclectix art

Featured Artist – Monica Tiulescu

Monica Tiulescu series – ‘Species Work’ – is contradictory, multi-leveled work, referencing the past, the future; micro and macro; flat and 3 dimensional. Micro-assemblages that are simultaneously grown computationally and composited materially.

Eclectix - Admont Abbey Library

A Fairytale Come True – The Admont Abbey Library

Not Just Architecture, But Artitechture

The Admont Abbey Library in Austria, designed by the architect Joseph Hueber, is the oldest monastic library in the world. While the abbey itself was completed in 1074, the library (late Baroque) was not completed until 1776. At 70 metres long, it is also the largest in the world and features flamboyant ceiling frescoes, wooden sculptures and gold busts.

Eclectix Book Nook bus stop art

Soviet Bus Stops by Christopher Herwig

Book Nook: Bus Stop Art - The art and architecture of bus stops in the Soviet Union.

Christopher Herwig first discovered the unusual architecture of Soviet-era bus stops during a 2002 long-distance bike ride from London to St. Petersburg. Challenging himself to take one good photograph every hour, Herwig began to notice surprisingly designed bus stops on otherwise deserted stretches of road. Twelve years later, Herwig had covered more than 18,000 miles in 14 countries of the former Soviet Union, traveling by car, bike, bus and taxi to hunt down and document these bus stops.

Ec;ectix

Not Just Architecture, But Artitechture

Street Art: CRYPTIK

Cryptik creates mesmerizing mandala-like designs, calligraphic iconography painted with crisp precision and mind bending detail. His inspirations are compassionate and spiritual in nature, pulling from Zen teachings, Buddha, Ganesha, Eastern philosophies and iconography – in a palette of earthy browns, golds and black.