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Clouds by Berndnaut Smilde

Artist:Berndnaut Smilde Nimbus II, cloud in room A gallery with no sculptures, only a cloud floating within the space. 'Nimbus' is a new installation of Amsterdam-based artist Berndnaut Smilde, who refuses to explain how he managed to create a real cloud.

Adam Belt, A Religious Experience

A Religious Experience (Installation) 2012 Plywood, Sunlight, and Fog Machine x x Three windows were covered with plywood in the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library in La Jolla. Holes were drilled in the plywood for the stars of.

By Craig Allen, an aerial shot of people arranged to form a portrait of a woman.

American artist Craig Alan creates unique portraits of pop-culture icons using people as pixels. Audrey Hepburn from Breakfast At Tiffany’s.

Die schrecklichsten Geräusche unseres Planeten

sansscriptstories: “Tara Donovan - Styrofoam Cup Sculpture I love ceiling installations that use light.

RED Valentino Flagship Store Milan, Italy designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli

RED Valentino Opens Flagship Store in Milan

paper installation at RED Valentino Flagship Store in Milan >> not really getting there. but think the proposion from installation to the space are important. the space need to be filled.

Berndnaut Smilde, indoor clouds art, art, art installation cloud, frozen smoke installation, Dutch artists, Time Magazine

Artist Berndnaut Smilde creates amazing indoor clouds

Dutch Artist Berndnaut Smilde creates real clouds indoors by manipulating the humidity, temperature and light of the exhibition space.

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Cloud Artist Caitlind r. Brown premiered her large-scale interactive installation, CLOUD, for Nuit Blanche Calgary in Alberta, Canada. Made out of working lightbulbs and burnt out.

Indoor Clouds! Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde controls the weather and creates beautiful indoor clouds with the help of a smoke machine. Fog machine emits dense vapor / smoke that makes contact with sprayed water and forms small white cloud. Miniature cloud floats through the room and quickly disappears.

Berndnaut Smilde’s Incredible Indoor Clouds

Berndnaut Smilde (b. Groningen, Netherlands) - Nimbus Green Room, a room at the San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center, 2013 Photographed by RJ Muna.

"Nimbus, 2010" by Berndnaut Smilde.  He creates actual clouds in enclosed spaces.

Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde, who is fascinated by the contrast of temporality and permanance, creates clouds indoors with the help of a remote-controlled

The ‘Land of Giants’ – Electric Poles, Iceland ~ creative engineers there

Travel: Iceland - Land Of Giants, awesome human-like and reindeer-like electric poles!This cool company flawlessly transformed regular and boring electrical pylons into creative parts of the Icelandic landscape." ExPress-O

berndnaut smilde's clouds. Smilde’s godlike powers come from simple science — he carefully regulates the temperature and humidity of the space, ensuring that conditions are perfect. Then, he sprays a short burst from a fog machine to create a cottony cloud suspended in the middle of the room for just an instant before it collapses.

Artist Berndnaut Smilde creates indoor clouds

Berndnaut Smilde creates the clouds by carefully regulating humidity, temperature, and light in the space.

JeongMoon Choi’s Glowing 3D Threadwork | Beautiful/Decay Artist & Design

Jeongmoon Choi - Room in room - 80 sqm space, threads, black lights - Exhibition “RAPID RABBIT" / Frise Künstlerhaus, Hamburg , 2011

Credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images Berlin, Germany: The light and sound installation Five Minutes Of Pure Sculpture by British artist Anthony McCall Visitors at the Hamburger Bahnhof museum

24 hours in pictures

The light and sound installation Five Minutes Of Pure Sculpture by British artist Anthony McCall Visitors at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum, Berlin

water fall  --  --  SHIOYASU Tomoko expresses the enormous energy of nature in sprawling and precise handwork by way of cutting paper with a knife, melting layered synthetic paper with soldering iron and drawing on a synthetic paper which repels water. --  --  people wonder how her delicate work can stand the demands of being hung

water fall - SHIOYASU Tomoko work by way of cutting paper with a knife, melting layered synthetic paper with soldering iron and drawing on a synthetic paper which repels water. -- -- people wonder how her delicate work can stand the demands of being hung

Hosting a Halloween party? You don't have to go to Guitar Center and drop fifty bucks on a fog machine; if you're on a budget, you can cobble together a good-enough fog machine using a large candle, an aluminum pie plate, a soda bottle top, a gallon of distilled water, and a small bottle of glycerin.

Make a Fog Machine for Your Party for $5

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