After over 50 years in the business, the legendary Dieter Rams will have a feature documentary made about his life and work by Gary Hustwit.
From a 3D printed aquarium to graffiti art to a life-size LEGO caravan, the art we highlighted ran the gamut of possibilities throughout 2016, all of it being inspiring and quite mind-blowing. Curious to see what the most popular <a href="http://design-milk.com/category/art/" data-wpel-link="internal">art</a> posts of the year were? Here are the top ten. <a href="http://design-milk.com/long-overdue-documentary-dieter-rams/dieter-rams-documentary-1/" data-wpel-link="internal"><img src="http://1.design-milk.com/images/2016/06/Dieter-Rams-Documentary-1-600x400.jpg" alt="Best Art Posts of 2016" /></a> 10. <a href="http://design-milk.com/long-overdue-documentary-dieter-rams/" data-wpel-link="internal">A Long Overdue Documentary about Dieter Rams</a><br />
- Where Math and Nature Meet Art: Katy Ann Gilmore
LA artist draws intricate geometric landscapes that feel suspended in space.
- 100 Days, 100 Illustrations by Estudio Extramuros
What happens when an architecture studio decides to dedicate 100 days to creating an illustration per day? Incredible architecture-inspired works of art.
- Refik Anadol’s “Infinity Room” Expands Perception
Artist Refik Anadol uses projection mapping and mirrors to
the lines between factual and fictional, physical and virtual in his Infinity Room.
- The Print-Focused Textiles of Cassie Byrnes
Textile designer Cassie Byrnes creates colorful, abstract patterns that she applies to collections of housewares, screen printed artwork, and clothing.
- A Scratch-Off Chart of Novels to Keep Track as You Read Them
Pop Chart Lab unveiled their latest print and while being a cool piece of art for the wall, it also doubles as a place to keep track of the books you read.
- You’ve Never Seen Graffiti Quite Like This
Artist Javier de Riba creates bold, graphic, tiled, mosaic-like floors in abandoned buildings everywhere using just a roller and paint.
- A Life-Sized Caravan Made From 215,158 LEGO Bricks
What happens when you have 215,158 LEGO bricks, 1000 hours, and a team of 12 people? A life-sized caravan gets built looking just like the real thing.
- An Old Church Becomes a Colorful Skateboarder’s Heaven
What happens when you hand over a 100-year old church to an artist and give them free rein? A colorful indoor skate park, named La Iglesia Skate is born.
- Haruka Misawa’s Enchanting 3D Printed Waterscape Aquariums
An extraordinary gallery of underwater realms created with 3D printing and the creative compositions of Nendo and Muji alum, Haruka Misawa.
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