Painting is a powerful form of expression and introspection. Without investment art can never flourish. A good artist may die in the wilderness before having the chance to impact peoples’ lives. Fortunately for painters, they are often supported by admirers with deep pockets and their works are often fetched at high prices. Significance of a […]
Photography heat featuring here some awesome 3D Interactive Paintings. These photos are taken from a special exhibition in China’s city of Hangzhou. Visitors are encouraged to touch, sit on, an interact as much as possible.
United Kingdom-based BlackChocolateCo has created a life-sized human skull completely out of chocolate. Molded from a genuine human skull, this chocolate treat comes in four flavors, including milk and caramel chocolate, and cost US$118.90 each. According to the makers, the skull will remain edible for up to six months when kept in a cool, dry […]
A lot of the times when people use Photoshop, they either get praised or criticized for it. We’ve seen the Photoshop fails, where people erase arms, legs, or just have misshaped body parts. These particular photoshopped pictures are worth praising, though. Martín De Pasquale, an artist and photoshop genius from Buenos Aires, creates visual conundrums like […]
Michael Grab, whats in a name? Is a rock balancing artist since 2008. And I got to say he must have some real patience and steady hands as I would have kicked the pebbles and rocks all over the place… Mark Grab’s work consist of astonishing tower structures and orbs of balanced rocks only held […]
High school teacher and artist Sergey Bobkov spends hundreds of hours per sculpture simulating feathers and fur with wood chips and shavings and then meticulously arranges them to form remarkably animated replicas of his favorite animals.
Within the vast arena of Japanese sculpture there’s a small niche category known as jizai okimono. The craft involves carving realistic animals whose bodies and limbs are all animated through joints just like the real living thing. Some common subjects are birds, fishes, snakes and insects. It’s a craft that originated in the late-Edo period (late 1700s) […]
Ukraine-born artist Mark Khaisman creates truly outstanding art using a really mundane material – brown packaging tape. By putting various layers of translucent tape onto Plexiglass and then cutting it into certain shapes, the artist remakes scenes from old Hollywood movies, art history, certain 20th century cultural icons or his own photographs. The Plexiglass that […]