Leonid Kozienko aka Agnidevi is a 34-year-old self-taught digital conceptual artist living in Irkutsk, Russia. As you may see in the collection below, his artworks are varied from fantasy realms to space adventures.
L'impression 3D permet beaucoup de choses : prototypage rapide, personnalisation des produits, reproduction instantanée des objets, etc. Mais chaque jour, on trouve de nouvelles applications inouïes. L’architecte computationnel Michael Hansmeyer lui emploie les imprimantes 3D pour faire de l'art, plus précisément il construit des colonnes ornementales ou des pièces aux géométries complexes jamais vues auparavant. De nouveaux algorithmes lui permettent de créer des objets inimaginables aux innombrables facettes, impossibles à réaliser à la main.
If you just can't get enough of interactive art, you'll want to be in Tianjin, China right now visiting the Shenyang art gallery. One of their current exhibits showcases a brand new collection of 3D paintings that ask you to be a part of the picture.
Banksy just updated his website with his new piece for Today, October 20th. After a video reveal yesterday, The British street artist is back on the streets of NYC with this stencil of a young boy and his hammer.
Today we’ll be exploring origami basics. We’ll also see some fun projects for beginners you can start with, and close with a really cool (but very advanced ) video by the origami expert Tadashi Mori, making a paper dragon.
Set of amazing digital illustrations by 24 years old Eskisehir, Turkey – based conceptual artist Volkan Yenen. I’m glad I stumbled upon Volkan’s creations … amazing stuff, definitely worth sharing with you guys.
Unveiled several days ago in Belfast, Northern Ireland as part of the Belfast Festival, WISH is the latest public art project by Cuban-American artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada, known for his monumentally scaled portraits in public spaces.
Shortly after discovering the work of Natsumi Honda I stumbled onto the work of Robert Jefferson Travis Pond of Steel Pond Studios. Pond uses all mater of scrap metal from motorcycle parts to old gears, steel handles, and other found hardware to weld these imposing, well-armored birds, fish, and other beasts. Watch the time-lapse above to see how he works.