Sunday 15 September 2019

VIDEO: Watch this Artist Draw Like a PRINTER...

This artist draws the actor, Will Smith, with the most interesting technique we've seen yet!

Check out the amazing video below...

Saturday 22 December 2018

Unique HAIR SCULPTURES by Laetitia Ky

Meet Laetitia Ky, the Ivorian artist who can transform her braids into all kinds of shapes - anything you can imagine! She hails from Côte d'Ivoire, in West Africa.

It usually takes her a couple of hours to create her masterpieces like this Snowman she made for Christmas, but the results are always amazing!

Saturday 7 April 2018


Julian Voss-Andreae (born 15 August 1970) is a German sculptor living and working in the U.S.
Voss-Andreae’s work is heavily influenced by his background in science. His work includes protein sculptures, such as Angel of the West (2008), a large-scale outdoor sculpture for the Scripps Research Institute in Jupiter, Florida portraying the human antibody molecule, a sculpture for Nobel laureate Roderick MacKinnon based on the ion channel structure, and the quantum physics-inspired Quantum Man (2006).

Quantum Man (2006) By Julianva at en.wikipediaCC BY 2.5Link

Drawing inspiration from Voss-Andreae's background in physics, Quantum Man is the image of a walking man seen as a quantum object. Made up of over a hundred vertically oriented steel sheets, the 8′ (2.50 m) tall sculpture provides a metaphor for the counter-intuitive world of quantum physics. Symbolizing the dual nature of matter, the sculpture seems to consist of solid steel when seen from the front but nearly disappears when seen from the side, as light shines through the spaces between the slabs.

In 2007, Voss-Andreae created a second version called Quantum Man 2 in stainless steel.

Quantum Man (2007), The Maryhilll Museum of Art (Goldendale, WA)

Saturday 21 October 2017

BOOKS Turned Into LANDSCAPED Works of Art by Guy Laramée

Canadian artist, Guy Laramée is famous for his 3D mountains and other aerial-looking landscapes carved into repurposed books with encyclopedias and dictionaries being his favourite mediums to work with. He carves these amazing works of art using a sandblaster to which he later applies oil paints, inks, pigments and dry pastels, crayon, adhesives, and beeswax.

Check out some of his amazing works:

Thursday 28 September 2017

The SELFISH AND DEVOTED Watering Can Design

This SELFISH AND DEVOTED watering can design was created by New York designer Deger Cengiz. It is an apparatus that combines a watering can and a plant pot, while causing a selfish and devoted relationship between them.

The spout is positioned so that water falls directly into the adjoining plant pot when the watering can is tilted. The angle of the pot causes the plant to grow away from the spout.

Source(s): degercengiz