Hu Shaoming is a young Chinese sculptor and graduate of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. With a deft mastery of metal he creates intricate sculptures that are surreal and dreamlike, but also somewhat cautionary. As part of his city series Shaoming created a mechanical seahorse that
I would like to present you with a Lithuanian artist Arturas Tamasauskas who creates steampunk assemblages from metal parts. The artist crafts various metal animals, birds, and machines, like submarines.
Susan Beatrice is an artist who recycles old vintage watch parts and turns them into beautifully intricate sculptures. This true jack-of-all-trades (whom we previously wrote about here) is also a talented sand sculptor and painter, and uses her many talents to perfect her watch sculptures.
This 20-year-old Malaysian artist completes her illustrations using sweets and snacks, and the result is every child's dream! From M&M balloons carrying away a colorful house, to Oreo-eyed critters, these drawings bring to mind arts and crafts projects on a rainy school day.
Take a few steps back or perhaps just squint your eyes and these images by artist Yao Lu might resemble traditional Chinese landscape paintings of cliffs, waterfalls, and mountains. Look a bit closer and your perspective may change. Lu digitally assembles each of her images using photograp
U.S. based French photographer Sophie Gamand is still on the mission to challenge the often negative perception of Pit bulls. Since we covered her project Flower Power, Pit Bulls Of The Revolution 1,5 year ago, more than 140 shelter Pit bulls from her flowery photo series have found loving homes. Gamand also has nearly 70k followers on Instagram.
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First a Boeing 747, and now an industrial complex on a Vancover island; it seems no canvas is too large for Brazilian graffiti artists Os Gemeos who were invited to the Vancouver Biennale to turn six mult
Adding a touch of softness to stark images of knees, skulls, and chests, Matthew Cox uses bright thread to embroider on X-ray film. His additions add a playful fiction to the cold reality of the transparent film, giving body parts the faces of Greek gods and limbs of anger-prone superheroes. Eac
My name is Mlle Hipolyte, and i am an illustrator and paper designer. I created animals masks with a lot of small paper pieces which I cut and stick to obtain a very detailed volume. I like working on animals, because they are very inspiring in their diversity, i also work on the vegetation because it is interesting for me to put back the animal in its natural context.
I am a conceptual and fine art photographer based in Cornwall,England.I am originally from Lithuania. I am completely self-taught in the art of photography,having only inspiration which comes from inside of my imagination,which can be really dark sometimes,so I try to hide myself from my thoughts in these pictures and mask them.
Master paper crafting duo Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann of Zim & Zou (previously) continue to create some of the most eye-catching paper illustrations around. The two French designers focus mostly on handcrafted objects made from materials like paper, thread, wood, and leather for one-o
Art project Other Species - Our connections to ourselves, to each other, and especially to nature, have been severed and suppressed by modern life. Other Species projects was about modern people coming back to nature and starting Seeing Through Native Eyes. Understanding the Language of Nature .
When it came time to get their parents a present for their anniversary, these two brothers, Matthew and James, came up with a fun and unusual gift idea – they took a bunch of old childhood photos and reenacted them as adults.
I'm a fine art photographer and I'm inspired to create whimsical imagery that tells a story. I offer families something different than your standard portrait photos. My images capture what is unique about each child in a storytelling way.
A CT scan of a Buddhist statue from the 11th or 12th century has revealed an extraordinary secret – it houses the mummy of an ancient Chinese Buddhist monk whose organs have been replaced by ancient Chinese scrolls. The mummy was the body of Liuquan, an ancient Buddhist master from the Chinese Meditation School.
A 1,400-year-old ginkgo tree in China has recently drawn thousands of people from all over the country. Golden leaves have been falling on the ground since mid-November, turning the temple's ground into a yellow ocean. The ancient tree grows next to the Gu Guanyin Buddhist Temple in the Zhongnan Mountains and is a perfect celebration of autumn.
Architect and watercolorist Tytus Brzozowski imagines a dreamlike world where giant structures rest on towering stilts and trains seem to emerge from tunnels in the side of residential buildings. Unusual motifs like dice and teapots dot the landscape (or float through the air), and yet everythi
CHICAGO — The 95th installment of a series in which artists send in a photo and a description of their workspace. Want to take part? Submit your studio — just check out the submission guidelines. Alicia Higgins-Kinane, Downers Grove, Illinois (site) This space has
Eyes are windows of the soul: a phrase that perfectly reflects what we feel when our gaze plunges into another. The french photographer Réhahn is one of the most skilled when it comes to capture the emotion of these moments Rehahn appeals to our intuition and imagination and manages to touch our sensibility. We should stop on each image to read the thoughts of the subject photographed through his or her eyes.
With the winter months fast approaching, the balaclava is a key piece of kit to keep your face warm, or to rob a bank. 22-year-old Russian tattoo model Teya Salat may not be a thief, but her stylish, animal-themed balaclavas have stolen our hearts and opened our wallets!
Making eye contact, a once unavoidable feat when packed into a crowded train car or museum, is now a nearly impossible mission as those around you are almost guaranteed to be sucked into their phone's screen while scrolling through Facebook or killing digital zombies. Our increasing depende
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