Cai Guo-Qiang is a New York-based artist whos made some seriously hot art for his Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter installation thats now on display at the Power Station of Art in Shanghai, China. Using gunpowder and porcelain, he creates amazing images that are unlike anything youve seen before. Youve got to see what hes able to do with these two unusual items. Check it out, you”ll be glad you gave it a shot!
This is probably more fire than you”re used to seeing at an art gallery, but if you”re overwhelmed by this, brace yourself for the rest of the pictures.
WHOA! Someone break out the marshmallows.
Okay, now everyone blow on the work so we can get that thing hung up.
These look cool, even when they”re not on fire.
Who knew fire could create such beauty?
I still think marshmallows would have been a nice touch.
Those flowers look great!
Take a look at that detail!
(via My Amp Goes To 11)
If you liked this, you”ll probably love Cai Guo-Qiang”s other projects as well.
I”m detecting a floral theme here. How can these guys make flowers seem so incredibly tough? Share their awesome work with others by clicking on the button below.