Miroslava Vikhrenko is a Toronto based artist and photographer. Her series of self portraits in the horror genre is noteworthy. The melancholic atmosphere complements the series.
Every year, we are beyond thrilled with the number of remarkable submissions to the AZ Awards competition. They come in from around the world; some are already familiar to us (we may have even published them in our pages), while others are completely new to our eyes. What impresses most is how each edition of
All images © Vivid Sydney, shared with permission Following a two-year hiatus, Vivid Sydney (previously) returned this May with a spectacular display of light and color. The annual month-long festival brings an array of installations, sculptures, and projections to the Australian city, and this year’s iteration included Lighting the Sails, a vibrant series of works
When the 250-year-old glass-making factory at the heart of Meisenthal, a village in Northeastern France, closed its doors in 1969, it didn’t stay empty for long. Local creatives soon moved in, claiming parts of the one-hectare complex — which had first risen to fame for its collaborations with art nouveau innovator Émile Gallé — for
By this fall, green-thumbed Torontonians might be planting their backyard tulip bulbs next to new foundations. Surging populations and concerns about housing affordability are prompting many North American cities to explore fresh approaches to urban density. Accessory dwelling units (ADUs) — secondary structures that share the same lots as existing homes — are one solution.