The Sydney Opera House is as iconic a building there is in this world so it’s always stunning to see it come alive as a canvas for artists to display their animation on. 20 different animation studios teamed up to transform the Sydney Opera House into a living mural that is just so enjoyable to watch. The colors, the…
At the Sydney Opera House, seagulls are a bigger nuisance than pitchy tenors. Management is desperate to keep the ravenous sky rats away, so much that they've installed a large robotic bird of prey as a modern-day scarecrow.
We're used to seeing modern landmarks in their completed glory, but we gain a new appreciation for those familiar monuments when we see them in progress, and remember all the labor that went into bringing them to life.
As if the Sydney Opera House wasn't already striking to behold, a group of Australian artists called "The Spinifex Group" have made it even wilder. As part of Sydney's "Vivid" festival—which started on Friday—the Opera House will be home to a crazy projected light-show for the next several weeks. And it's awesome.
In 1758, 48 years before Napoleon commissioned the Arc de Triomphe, the architect Charles-François Ribart proposed constructing an elephant-shaped building on the very site where the future arc would stand. It's just one of the many possible alternatives for the familiar landmarks we see today.
That's the Burj Khalifa. For New Years, Dubai had fireworks explode all around the building which sorta made it look like a super electric and ridiculously tall Christmas tree. Other New Year's celebrations around the world looked just as awesome.
The Sydney Opera House finally achieves its destiny of looking like a space cruiser being eaten by the jealous gods of hyperspace, in an art installation by musical superfreak Brian Eno. The U2/Devo producer blasted some of his tie-dye-esque art onto the walls in an installation called "77 Million Paintings."