The latest TED-Ed Animation by educator Natalya St. Clair and animator Avi Ofer explores how painter Vincent Van Gogh’s colorful brush work captured the chaos of natural mathematical concepts like turbulence. Van Gogh and other impressionists represented light in a different way than their predecessors, seeming to capture its motion.
Van Gogh, "Landscape in Stormy Weather" (1885)...
There’s a stretch of Dutch highway that glows like Tron; a path of radiant tiles swirling like Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”; a lotus dome of a hundred unfurling smart flowers;... read more
An illuminated bicycle path recently opened commencing a year of cultural events being held in the Netherlands, Belgium, and France to honor the 125th anniversary of the death of Vincent Van Gogh (1853–1890). Made from thousands of stones...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Earl Sweatshirt, Chance The Rapper Song: Milwaukee Banks x Andrei Eremin - Van Gogh What's so good? While Remi's incredible Raw X Infinity album has probably been my favorite Australian hip-hop record of the year, these guys have been a pretty damn close second. Show More Summary
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Artist Daan Roosegaarde paid the ultimate tribute to Vincent Van Gogh by installing a glowing bike path inspired by his “Starry Night” painting. The path sits in the Dutch town of Eindhoven, near Van Gogh’s former home. The area’s scenery served as inspiration for many Van Gogh’s works, and in turn, Roosegaarde’s creation will inspire its [...]
Photo via SF Girl By Bay · Revisiting the repurposed Brooklyn army terminal. · A glowing bike path inspired by Van Gogh. · House with a classy pug painting sells. · Gorgeous penthouse in a gothic London landmark. · Solange's...
He's a fan of Van Gogh's later work. Chris Lyons, his wife Desiree, and their 17-year-old daughter were enjoying a family outing at an Oklahoma bowling alley when they got into a tiff with the people using the neighboring lane and Chris got his ear bitten off. Show More Summary
A glow-in-the-dark bike route inspired by Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night" debuted this week in the Netherlands. It's part of a larger vision to illuminate infrastructure with solar energy captured during the day.
The Netherlands has just unveiled its second coolest bike path, a glow-in-the-dark stretch of road that displays illuminated patterns based on Vincent van Gogh's famous painting "Starry Night." The kilometer-long path, designed by Daan...Show More Summary
That’s the case Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith make in their fascinating investigation into the painter’s death, which unsettles the familiar story of a mad artist killing himself. The entire essay is worth reading, but it begins with these questions: Van Gogh himself wrote not a word about his final days. The film [Lust […]
Opening last night in Nuenen, Holland, this illuminated cycling surface is free to the public, storing sunlight during the day to create stellar patterns to...
Imagine traveling through the Netherlands, birthplace of post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh. Over your head is the dazzling sky that inspired him to paint The Starry Night and… what’s this? Beneath your feet there lies an illuminated path inspired by that very same painting. Show More Summary
The newly-opened Van Gogh Bicycle Path in the Dutch town of Nuenen is lit at night by glowing patterns in the path surface that are inspired by The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh. A solar panel next to the path provides energy to illuminate a special paint covering the path’s surface. The.6-mile-long bike […]
At night, the path is lit by thousands of twinkling stones, creating a beautiful night sky on the ground. The path is illuminated LED lights powered by a nearby solar array that charges during the day which, along with a light-collecting paint, creates a stunning
"In a period of intense suffering, Van Gogh was somehow able to perceive and represent one of the most supremely difficult concepts nature has ever brought before mankind." Brain Pickings takes 450+ hours a month to curate and edit across the different platforms, and remains banner-free. Show More Summary
Vincent van Gogh Artist Hannah Rothstein imagines how Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian, and other famous artists would arrange a plate of Thanksgiving foods in this clever food art series. Piet Mondrian René Magritte Pablo Picasso Jackson Pollock photos via Hannah Rothstein via DesignTAXI
Last week began the 22nd Canstruction, a competition where architects, designers, and students create art from thousands of canned and boxed goods. The entries this year included a Mockingjay, subway station, Banksy, and Van Gogh's ear. The cans will be donated to City Harvest. READ MORE »
Vincent Van Gogh Piet Mondrian You've invited some of the most famous artists from history to join you for Thanksgiving dinner. They've stayed out of the kitchen, but are indulging their creative sides when it's time to serve the food. Show More Summary