With the use of pigmented ink and paint spilling into water, South African artist Chris Slabber has created a pleasant series of images. Slabber captures the detailed liquid plumes as they emerge with high speed photography.
Never one to shy away from the macabre, artist and graphic designer Hedi Xandt is known in art circles for his beautifully ghoulish sculptural pieces, which often incorporate elements of the human skeleton.
Jo Fitzpatrick UK sculptor Robin Wight creates dramatic scenes of wind-blown fairies clutching dandelions, clinging to trees, and seemingly suspended in midair, all with densely wrapped forms of stainless steel wire.
To explore the photography of French art director and concept designer Nicolas Bouvier is to become lost in strange new world, the inhabitants of which are dwarfed by the towering silhouettes of tree and mountains, or swallowed completely by eerie fog and haze. Though these lands
In this tutorial I'll show you how to create an animation of a running cheetah, using a simple frame editor in Adobe Photoshop. First we'll learn how to prepare a base for every frame without a perfect reference, learning what a ...
Erika Simmons is revealing the Ghost in the Machine – that’s the apt title for her unusually creative artwork which uses the relics of the 20th century – namely film reels, music and VHS cassettes – to create portraits of the person the tape may...
Year after year, artist and designer Diana Beltran Herrera (previously) continues to astound with her near perfectly accurate reproductions of birds using paper. The fragile sculptures shown here are a mix of private commissions and pieces for several luxury brands who use her work i
Walls are usually seen as confinements, obstacles, but the reality is we all live within some kind of walls. Even those who prefer the outside are compelled to spend certain amount of time inside. Since people have been striving to live in a shelter for thousands of years, they saw their walls for what they are – grim barriers to the outside world. Decoration therefore, came naturally, and people have been using wall art since ever. Remember ancient Roman frescoes of Pompeii, or Renaissance and Baroque ceilings – it’s clear the need for beautiful inner space has always been there.
Amalgamated is a new series of vessels by studio markunpoika constructed from assembled pencils. Taking advantage of the pencil's unique hexagon shape, the pencils are first tightly glued together at each facet to form a solid block. The final pieces are then carved on a