Distorted Townhome Facade by Alex Chinneck

Posted 12 months ago by

Titled “From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes,” this UK townhome has been converted into an art installation by Alex Chinneck. Impossible to ignore, the home is a four story town home with a front that appears to be sliding down to the ground. Architecture and construction were probably most of…

Ornate Frame Chair by Slokoski

Posted 1 year ago by

Furniture that’s got a distinct look about it can be hard to place in a room. It’s not often that you come across a statement piece as bold as the “Frame Chair” by Slokoski, and you’ve got to have just the right space to put it in. Upholstered with rich velvet colors and metallic accents– these…

Surreal “Flying Houses” Photographed by Laurent Chehere

Posted 2 years ago by

Surreal forms of art are popping up more and more, and what better ways to show off the exaggerated than with homes and structures? Laurent Chehere figured out an interesting way to depict living spaces and the like, and ended up with a wonderful series of manipulated photos titled “Flying Houses.” Taking the traditional home with…

Surreal Polka Dot Doll House by Nika Zupanc

Posted 2 years ago by

French architect, designer and artist Nika Zupanc collaborated with facade pros Qbiss by trimo for her “Doll House” Installation. Originally titled “I Will Buy Flowers For Myself,” this thin placed house is just a surreal, life sized home for the average ‘doll.’ Located in Italy for a 2009 art installation, this dollhouse has few images online,…

Bad Table Surreal Furniture of Straight Line Designs

Posted 2 years ago by

The artists over at Straight Line Designs have been creating over the top surreal furniture pieces for almost three decades. When you combine the creative types and encourage the kind of out-of-the-box thinking that these Vancouver artists do– you’re bound to get some interesting results. For instance, “Bad Table” by Judson Beaumont and his collaborative team…

Surreal “Nimbus” Manmade Cloud Art Installation

Posted 2 years ago by

Those who pin surrealist art as smoke and mirrors might be right in the situation of artist Berndnaut Smilde, who creates these simple yet moving cloud installations out of actual clouds. There’s no cotton batting, synthetic fibers or the like– just simple light, moisture and smoke! With installations all over bearing the title of “Nimbus,” Smilde…

10 Mind Boggling Surreal Interiors

Posted 2 years ago by

Surrealism used to only exist in the minds and on the canvases of painterly artists. But as art has evolved and interior design has become an art form of its own, the two have merged in some cases to reveal amazingly surreal styled rooms. Whether it is a restaurant, cafĂ©, bedroom or any other space filled…