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Bouquets Built From Hundreds of Spare Utensils

Bouquets Built From Hundreds of Spare Utensils Ann Carrington produces sculpture that elevate objects used in the everyday, recontextualizing items as common as the household...

Bouquets Built From Hundreds of Spare Utensils Ann Carrington produces sculpture that elevate objects used in the everyday, recontextualizing items as common as the household utensil. In her series Bouquets and Butterflies, Carrington gathers hundreds of spoons, knives, and forks both shiny and tarnished to create elegant bouquets. Clumping spoons together she is able to...
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Darryl Cox Fuse Gnarled Tree Roots with Ornate Picture Frames

Darryl Cox Fuse Gnarled Tree Roots with Ornate Picture Frames Since 2011, Oregon-artist Darryl Cox has been making “Fusion Frames,” sculptural hybrids of picture frames and...

Darryl Cox Fuse Gnarled Tree Roots with Ornate Picture Frames Since 2011, Oregon-artist Darryl Cox has been making “Fusion Frames,” sculptural hybrids of picture frames and segments of tree roots. Each piece begins with a search to find a frame that closely matches the reclaimed roots he obtains from manzanita, juniper, and aspen trees, or even...
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Glass Insects and Plants Sculpted to Scale by Japanese Artist Yuki Tsunoda

Molding tiny bits of soft Moretti glass with equally small tools, Japanese sculptor Yuki Tsunoda produces insects, flowers, and other types of plants at a size that...

Molding tiny bits of soft Moretti glass with equally small tools, Japanese sculptor Yuki Tsunoda produces insects, flowers, and other types of plants at a size that is nearly to scale. Her subject matter is sparked by her interest to dissuade gut feelings of disgust when it comes to insects, and create works that highlight the beauty...
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Paintings of Bulging, Decorative Rugs by Antonio Santin

Antonio Santin produces works that are nearly impossible to identify as paintings, hyperrealistic depictions of decorative rugs covered in complex floral arrangements and patterns. Each piece...

Antonio Santin produces works that are nearly impossible to identify as paintings, hyperrealistic depictions of decorative rugs covered in complex floral arrangements and patterns. Each piece is composed of thousands of paint strokes that mimic the texture of a rug’s weave, thick segments of oil paint that transform his nearly five-foot long canvases. Adding another layer...
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Snow Venus in Florina

Greece lives one a winter from the old era. In the northern city of Florina, snow is not something rare. During the last winter storm...

Greece lives one a winter from the old era. In the northern city of Florina, snow is not something rare. During the last winter storm up to 50 cm of snow covered the city. This inspired Alexis Nikolaidis, a student of school of arts to create Venus statue from snow. Check it out
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Adam Martinakis latest works

Adam Martinakis latest works The artist was born in Lubań, Poland in 1972 and is of Polish and Greek descent. Moved to Athens, Greece in...

Adam Martinakis latest works The artist was born in Lubań, Poland in 1972 and is of Polish and Greek descent. Moved to Athens, Greece in 1982. Studied Interior Architecture, Decorative Arts and Industrial Design in Athens. Since the year 2000, has been working and experimenting on Computer-generated visual media (3d digital image/rendering – animation, digital...
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“The Marriage,” by Malaysian artist Noreen Loh Hui Miun

“The Marriage,” by Malaysian artist Noreen Loh Hui Miun   In her ongoing sculptural series titled “The Marriage,” Malaysian artist Noreen Loh Hui Miun merges...

“The Marriage,” by Malaysian artist Noreen Loh Hui Miun   In her ongoing sculptural series titled “The Marriage,” Malaysian artist Noreen Loh Hui Miun merges elements from real and fictional plantlife to create entirely new species. The fragile works begin with dried plant components like branches and moss to which she adds cut laminate petals...
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Picasso’s Self-Portraits from 15 Years Old to 90 Year Old

Picasso’s Self-Portraits from 15 Years Old to 90 Year Old Pablo Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973) is widely regarded as one of...

Picasso’s Self-Portraits from 15 Years Old to 90 Year Old Pablo Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973) is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century. He is known for co-founding the Cubist movement, the invention of assemblage, the co-invention of collage, and for the wide...
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Mandalas Gilded with Gold by Artist Asmahan A. Mosleh

Mandalas Gilded with Gold by Artist Asmahan A. Mosleh UK-based artist Asmahan A. Mosleh spends 8 to 54 hours on a single mandalas, publishing photos of...

Mandalas Gilded with Gold by Artist Asmahan A. Mosleh UK-based artist Asmahan A. Mosleh spends 8 to 54 hours on a single mandalas, publishing photos of her intricate works on her Instagram, @murderandrose. The pieces, often gilded with gold paint, begin with a pencil outline which she then traces in pen, and finally pigment. Pearls of...
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Giulia Bernardelli creates art from spilled coffee

Giulia Bernardelli -“I decided to replace the brush by what nature has to offer, such as leaves, fruit peels, or just the food” she told...

Giulia Bernardelli -“I decided to replace the brush by what nature has to offer, such as leaves, fruit peels, or just the food” she told the Huffington Post. “I never plan my work in advance…For example, when I drink coffee, I reflect on the nuances that I could create if I turned it over on...

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