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A Multi-Sensory Art Experience Takes Over the National Art Center of Tokyo

French architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux was commissioned to transform a 2,000 sq. meters exhibition space at the National Art Center of Tokyo to celebrate their 10th year anniversary. The artist created this magnificent interactive piece using brightly colored paper cut into numerals which is called...

Villagers in India Knit Giant Sweaters to Keep Elephants Warm

In Mathura, India, villagers and animals are not used to extreme weather fluctuations and in the event of the recent drop in temperatures, the community has come together to produce warm ponchos, onesies and pajama-like outfits for the rescued elephants that live at the Wildlife...

A Holiday Season To Reflect on What Matters

A week ago in New York City, we hosted a private dinner for leaders in the industries of media, arts, and activism, as part of the intentional conversations we've been hosting through the Wanderlust Series in Vancouver and Los Angeles.   These days of fast-paced societies, where...

Chicago Artist Jim Bachor combines Ancient Art and Potholes

Chicago Artist and Designer Jim Bachor uses the ancient art of mosaics to fill in and beautify potholes around the cities he visits. Having studied extensively in Italy, he now sells his pieces all over the world, one pothole at a time.   His tongue-and-cheek and playful...