A talented Belgian illustrator and photographer Ben Heine is one of artists who like to put his artworks out of boundaries. Originally using a camera, a pencil and simple A3 and A4 paper to bring his art to life, Ben has expanded his techniques to include different methodology. Bens artworks are the fusion of drawing and perfect placement. There are four ways that Ben produce his work. The traditional way, [ Read More ]
After a year-long global competition that brought a flood of artist’s interest from all over the world, on February 9th, 2011, Blossom II – Art of Flowers selected it’s Award Winners from the extraordinary selection of 101 works of art assembled and hung in the Naples Art Museum, Naples, Florida – USA.
The most boring part of an office has to be the plain paper coffee cups. They are white or grey and there is never anything special with them. This has noticed by the talented artist Paul Westcombe. He has taken several random coffee cups and made them fun and colorful with a lot of cool designs. Every cup has its own name that maybe doesn’t fit the cup’s design, but [ Read More ]
Imagine the wind having faces. Using acryl blend and polyester resin artist Vladislav Novikov-Barkovsky has shaped something you would call “wind faces”, or something he calls “Wind Dance”. It looks like paper has hit the faces of invisible people that are out walking out in the wind. It is amazing how he has shaped them so they look totally invisible and real.
It is amazing how artist Kate McDowell is managing to create such detailed sculptures out of just using porcelain. Most of us are used to porcelain in simple forms like plates, cups; even the dolls have not that complicated design. She gets mostly inspired by environment, history and mythology, but there are a lot of impulses that affect her work. She says that her work is a “romantic ideal of [ Read More ]
A mysterious French artist JR owns the biggest art gallery in the world. He exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not the museum visitors. His work mixes Art and Act, talks about commitment, freedom, identity and limit. Check and this Street Art by South African Artist Robin Rhode!
If you liked 3D Illusion Street Art by Julian Beever, I’m sure you will like this set of 3D Building Mural Art made by Californian artist John Pugh. He works on a large scale in public and residential areas and his paintings can be seen all over the world from New Zealand to Hawaii – with many telling a story of the area where they are positioned. The paintings, which [ Read More ]
Julian Beever has made pavement drawings since the mid-1990s. He has worked all over the world. The pavement drawings have included both renderings of old masters plus a wealth of original inventive pieces of work. His works are created using a projection called anamorphosis. Anamorphic illusions drawn in a special distortion in order to create an impression of 3 dimensions when seen from one particular viewpoint.
South European countries have some original customs which may be little bit weird to those who live in western countries, however most of you will find the following custom, which is held every year in Croatia, pretty entertaining. Hundreds of visitors and attendants have gathered in the village of Lug in the region of Baranja to taka a part in this bizarre and entertaining land art festival called Slama 2010.