The artist Keng Lye unveils new three-dimensional paintings. Based in Singapore, the artist created with a special technique combining acrylic resin of animal illustrations that give the illusion of being alive.
Designed in the late 1770s this incredible little robot called simply The Writer, was designed and built by Swiss-born watchmaker Pierre Jaquet-Droz with help from his son Henri-Louis, and Jean-Frédéric Leschot
Globe-trotting artist C215 is currently in West Africa where he brought his lovely Street Art to Senegal. His first two stops were Saly and Mbour where the French artist painted several of his signature stencils.
Wind and Water Bar (wNw Bar) is an incredible venue designed by Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nhia that's made entirely of bamboo bound together and covered in a local bush plant without the use of any nails.
“Wars are Kincade“, a project by the American artist Jeff Bennett, who likes to force the meeting between the cult universe of the Star Wars saga and the world of American realist painter Thomas Kincade, known for its sweet and bucolic scenes… In the same vein, I also recommend “Re-Directed Paintings by David Irvine” or “Superheroes invite themselves in classical painting“.
E1000 has managed to mix graffiti and the long and rich history of geometric abstraction on city streets. Filled with rich warm hues that gradate from dark to light E1000 is bringing minimalism and geometry into the most unexpected places.
Khyzyl Saleem aka The Kyza is a 20 years old self-taught graphic designer and illustrator from Manchester, United Kingdom. He’s currently working fulltime for an agency in the UK, but he’s doing freelance as well.
An oil painter since he was five years old, Tigran Tsitoghdzyan is a master on the canvas, holding his first solo exhibit at the ripe age of ten. Now well into his thirties, works by this Armenian artist are still just as awe-inspiring.
Last seen in Coffs Harbour earlier this month (Covered), Fintan Magee is now in Indonesia for the Jakarta Biennale 2013. The popular Australian artist quickly painted this signature piece depicting an Ant carrying a Monorail Pillar.
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