Tuesday , 13 October 2015

Tag Archives: Art


Dr. Woo has Been Tattooing Since he Was 13 and His Work is Awesome

Brian Woo’s father wanted him to be a doctor, but Brain decided to become a different kind of Doctor. Brian Woo started experimenting with tattoos when he was 13. He started an apprenticeship at Shamrock Social Club where The Sex Pistols, Tupac, and Johnny Depp and many others have been tattooed. Here is some of his amazing work.

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There is an art to blending in with nature

Russian photographers Laila Pregizer and Uwe Schmida, along with body art specialists Leonie Gené and Joerg Duesterwald, team up for an interesting new project involving nude women, nature, and lots of paint. The ‘Metamorphosis Project’ was created to highlight the parallels between humans and nature by literally fusing the female body to the surrounding environment. Hide and seek anyone?

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Artist Creates Art From Trash That Washes Up In Mexico

Sian Ka’an is an extraordinary UNESCO tropical nature reserve along Mexico’s Carribean coastline, but the currents that pass by this area bring garbage from all over the world to the shores of this paradise. Alejandro Duran, an artist working in Brooklyn, NY, collects this trash and arranges it into works of colorful landscape art to examine “the tension between the ...

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This Amazing Art Exhibit Is So Small You’d Probably Walk Right Over It

Slinkachu is an artist who has been “abandoning little people on the street since 2006.” What he does is search the streets of London for unassuming locations in which to hide tiny, little sculptures. If you’ve spent any time in the U.K. capital in the past ten year, there’s a chance you’ve walked right by his art without even noticing.

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Artist Burns Holes In Paper With Incense Sticks To Create Amazing Art

Jihyun Park, an artist in Korea, has found a unique and quintessentially Asian approach to pointillism – he uses burning sticks of incense to burn tiny holes in huge sheets of rice paper, arranging the tiny holes into beautiful, relaxing artistic compositions. The use of incense to burn these holes isn’t merely a novelty: “the word ‘utopia’ in Korean is ...

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Seth Globepainter’s Murals of Children Immersed in Colorful Galaxies

Julien Seth Malland’s murals revive crumbling walls with vibrant images of children immersed in galaxies of color. The Paris-based artist, who also goes by the pseudonym Seth Globepainter, adds depth to flat, brick-and-plaster walls with a palette of vibrant hues that seem inspired by a crayon box. These rainbow splashes are contrasted by plain drawings of children that look like ...

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