Federico Uribeborn 1962 in Bogota, Colombia is a Miami-based conceptual artist who uses the writing instruments as his material in Color Construido, a series of eye-catching artworks.
Uribe regards his work as mostly conceptual, because while he employs the language of pop art through objects of daily life, he also includes references to art history and tradition. His work has been exhibited worldwide.
Giant zipper art installation by Japanese artist Jun Kitagawa puts zippers across locations like ponds, roads and floors. Placed at such curious locations, the zippers open slightly to give the inquiring person a view of what lies underneath.
Art is the new television go back to your life is an art installation by Fillipo Minelli at Museo Pecci Milano in 2012. Filippo was born in Italy in 1983 and has created arts in public spaces by the late 90’s, most of the time branding non-places.