Art

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Sculptor Merges Animals And Plants In Otherworldly Sculptures

Ellen Jewett, a talented sculptor based in Canda, creates unbelievably detailed and delicate-looking handmade clay sculptures of creatures that look like they’d be right at home in our wildest dreams (or nightmares) Ellen says her inspiration comes “from animal physiology and a love of the fantastic, grotesque and absurd. Each sculpture is handmade and painted with no more tools than ...

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Detailed Steampunk Illustrations With A Ballpoint Pen

Marco lives in a small country town in regional Victoria, Australia. Drawing with a ballpoint has always been his favorite medium and long since he can remember that’s all he has really used. All these drawings have been illustrated freehand, without drafting in pencil. The idea of drawing without guides is liberating, allowing him transform any part of the drawing ...

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Photos That Will Make You Look Down More Often

What do you do when your feet meet nice floors? Take a selfeet of course. There’s what the Instagram account named “I Have This Thing With Floors” is all about. It’s full of of the most beautiful, ornately tiled floors from all over the world with nicely dressed feet standing on them.

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Coffee paintings

Coming from the art background, love of commercial art and of course coffee, coffee painting has been one of recent Maria A. Aristidou recent projects. She uses water paint paper and around 5 different coffee blends Mother of Dragons R2D2 Star Wars Yoda Star Wars Ariel Afghan Girl Davy Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean Hugh Laurie – House MD Good ...

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You’ll Love What One Artist Does To Create This Deliciously Pretty Candy Land

These scenes look like something out of Adventure Time, but they’re actually the charmingly sugary work of Australian artist Tanya Schultz. Schultz, operating under the name Pip & Pop, creates large-scale floor installations full of intricate patterns and tiny landscape features. These installations create a world that looks like it’s made of candy, and sometimes, it is. Schultz is known ...

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Artist Creates Adult Coloring Books

Who said adults can’t use coloring books? Johanna Basford, a talented illustrator and artists in the UK, has created a series of coloring books that have become wildly popular, selling more than a million copies. She told Dailymail that she had been inspired by her childhood visits to her grandparents’ home on the Isle of Arran in Ayrshire in south-western ...

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Kristian Mensa Creates Illustrations Using Everyday Objects

Kristian Mensa is a 17-year-old artist from Czech Republic. Throughout the years he has realized how important are the simple objects. They can represent hundreds of completely different things and have a totally different meaning. Flower Gramophone Marge and her new Haircut Selfish Mario Marilyn Nemo in danger! Natural Jackson 5 USB Guard Ron Weasley’s spell went wrong Helping Charmander ...

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Bolt Poetry

A steel bolt is probably one of the least emotional or human things that I can think of, but that’s not how Tobbe Malm feels. This Swedish blacksmith in Oslo can coax simple steel nuts and bolts into human-like forms that, despite their simple shapes, seem laden with emotion.

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Adorable Cat-Shaped Sweets Inspired By My Cat Apelila

Do you like cats? How about cute and tasty sweets? I think there are a lot of people who like both of them. I am Laura, Japanese web designer and I blog with my mother Caroline. I love cats so much that I create cat sweets. I made cat-shaped eclairs for this Japanese cat day (22th Feb). There are various ...

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Watercolor Masterpieces

Watercolor is often called the most disobedient and very moody paint. With it is difficult to work, it is difficult to store, it is unpredictable and requires maximum concentration from the artist. But those who managed to conquer and tame it, know the secret of a truly amazing work, looking at which you ask a single question: “Who they sold ...

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An Artist Spent 7 Years In The Forest Doing Something That’s Simply…Magical

London-based artist and photographer Ellie Davis captures magical visions of the forest. Her scenes feature both the natural beauty of an area and a creation of her own making. Davis’ surreal, dreamlike images are mysterious, hinting at exploration and the realms of the unknown. The effect is at once inviting, soothing, menacing, and fraught with potential danger. Davis uses centuries ...

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3D Art Museum In Philippines

Most museums don’t like to see their visitors take pictures, some going so far as to charge them for the privilege. But this is not the case at the Art In Island museum in Manila, The Philippines. Here, visitors are encouraged to interact and have fun with the art pieces, taking as many photos as they want. “Art paintings are ...

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Street Art ‘Surgeon’

Have you ever wondered what the skeleton of a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle or a mermaid might look like? Nychos has – this Vienna-based artist seems to have a fascination with anatomical diagrams, turning some of his murals into creepy dissections.

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