Tuesday , 1 September 2015

Art

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Artist creates giant versions of every day objects

Artist Romulo Celdran decided that he wanted to take a long, hard look at the objects that we use every day. He was amazed at the complexity of such small objects that he decided to make everything bigger in order to get a good look at the details. His creations are quite the spectacle and it’s amazing to see just ...

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Asia’s Social And Political Issues Through The Eyes Of Pejac

One of the biggest satisfactions of creating my art comes through the actions I make on the streets. When I work on the streets one of my aims is to reach as many levels of society as possible, not only to those who are art sensitive. The streets belong to everybody, specially to those who live it more intensely. I ...

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The Art of Combining Photos

Artist Stephen Mcmennamy likes to combine photos together to, be sure to follow him on Instagram as there’s always a new creation popping up on his account.

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Cute Needle Felted Animals

Cindy Thompson is completely self taught and makes a very realistic copy of pets in either 3D sculpture or 2D picture. These are just a few examples of her needle felting work.

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Cross-Stitch Tattoos By Turkish Artist Eva Krbdk

Many people consider cross-stitching to be something their grandma would do, but Eva Krbdk, a tattoo artist based in Ankara, Turkey, seems to think otherwise. Her cross-stitch tattoo designs look like a cross between pixel art and the popular folk art they’re named for. Many of her pieces are simple and cute, but with a large-enough canvas, they can become ...

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Abandoned Buildings Become Home to Kim Kwacz’s Monsters

Kim Kwacz a.k.a. Kim Köster, a Berlin street artist is taking his work from murals and is creating a children’s book. Kim’s new series will be a picture book for the iPad called “Monzter” and can be found on the walls of abandoned buildings in Berlin. You can get more info at his site and Facebook page.

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Japanese-Inspired Tattoos

Japanese tattoos are just plain beautiful. The Japanese are already artistic people in their own right, which makes sense why the tattoos that bear their style are the same way. The thing I like most about Japanese tattoos is that they can portray a story with a few simple visuals, pure brilliance. With a mix of beautiful color and delicate ...

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