This was filmed in the 'Mer de Glace' glacier, France.
This is Ozell Williams.
By French magician Yann Frisch
This is some incredible street art by an artist who goes by the moniker of JR. He is the 2011 winner of the TED Prize, which is an inspirational award for artists who have one wish to change the world. JR won $100,000 for his effort. His works are all around the world and talk about “commitment, freedom, identity and limit.”
His biggest illegal exhibition work ever was made in eight Palestinian and Israeli cities where JR posted huge portraits of Israelis and Palestinians face to face, he posted them on the both sides of the Separation wall as well. Which was not only hard to access but according to the experts, it was impossible. Nevertheless, JR did it. His artwork has a far-reaching impact than just a beautiful street art.
The first house you'll see is an unusual underground home known as the Aloni house was built in Greece by Deca Architecture. This house surrounded by beautiful landscape is 240 square meters. Its walls are made of earth, and its roof is green.
International Wildlife Conservation Organization has announced the winners of its photography contest devoted to wildlife protection. You can see all the works created by contest participants and winners. Many of these photographs are simply stunning, but some are very dramatic.
I find the works by this British artist stunning! These artworks are created using a needle and thread and no camera. Of course, the original images are photos, but Jill Draper recreates scenes from real pictures using her amazing skill. Her embroidered tapestries' measures are around 15 by 30 inches. They contain millions of stitches done by machine and hand, and they look hyper-realistic. One work costs up to $2300.
Philippe Ramette is a French artist. He lives and works in Paris.
He is a sculptor above all and creates objects which purpose lies not in their daily use but in the thought-provoking processes that they incur. He produced works such as 'Point de vue' (Installation, 1989) which is about "imagining what we could see." He creates improbable objects or situations, yet it is not to illustrate the absurd, but rather to build rationally an irrational image. Ramette himself takes part in his photos wearing a black suit, he makes an image where he will be an extravagant part of it and which will visually be just stunning. His photos don’t undergo any editing or any montage, as the artist seeks above all to keep in touch with his work as a sculptor.