People Matching Artworks: An Unusual Photo Series By Stefan Draschan

People Matching Artworks: An Unusual Photo Series By Stefan Draschan. More info: Website | Instagram | Tumblr Most of us were bored at some museum at least once in our lives – except this guy! France-based photographer Stefan Draschan always keeps himself entertained at art galleries by creating his own art projects. One of those …

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Hula Paints A Series Of Stunning Portraits Seaside Murals While Balancing On A Paddleboard

Hula Paints A Series Of Stunning Seaside Murals While Balancing On A Paddleboard Hula’s Website / on Instagram Here we go with a stunning and unbelievably creative new way of painting murals. Meet Sean Yoro aka Hula, a NYC-based artist which decided to grab his surfboard, a bunch of acrylic paints, and get as far away …

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Ballerina Wears Knife Shoes to Perform “En Puntas” by Javier Pérez

Ballerina Wears Knife Shoes to Perform “En Puntas” by Javier Pérez WATCH THE VIDEO: after text Javier Pérez - EN PUNTAS (extracts) from Javier Pérez on Vimeo. Through this work, Javier Pérez investigates and reflects once again upon the human condition. Using a strongly metaphorical language rich in powerful symbolism, he reveals the weaknesses that …

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A Golden Retriever Art Critic Sniffs Out Masterpieces

A Golden Retriever Art Critic Sniffs Out Masterpieces Ella Fitzgerald is not only artist Julia Powell's companion, but she's also the artist's toughest critic. With her discerning eye, 6-year-old golden retriever Ella has been caught staring at various pieces of landscape artwork three days in a row — which is quite rare, according to Powell. …

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Faig Ahmed’s Glitchy, Distorted Rugs Destroy The Stereotypes Of Eastern Tradition

Faig Ahmed’s Glitchy, Distorted Rugs Destroy The Stereotypes Of Eastern Tradition “Carpet vandalist” and installation artist Faig Ahmed is from and based out of Baku, Azerbaijan. Taking one of the most iconic symbols of the East, the Persian rug, he changes its traditional form to a more modern contemporary style. Intricately patterned rugs glitch and …

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GIFs of Mädir Eugster Balancing Palm Leaf Ribs by Tobias Hutzler

 GIFs of Mädir Eugster Balancing Palm Leaf Ribs by Tobias Hutzler Balance is actually a short documentary directed by Tobias Hutzler that shows the incredible balancing work performed by artist Mädir Eugster of Rigolo Swiss Nouveau Cirque. Set aligned with a plain, white backdrop, the performance artist vigilantly gathers 16 bare ribs of palm leaves and a …

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Amazing Animal Sculptures by Courtney Timmermans

Amazing Animal Sculptures by Courtney Timmermans American artist Courtney Timmermans creates beautiful taxidermy-inspired animal sculptures using thousands of air rifle BBs, in this series entitled “Urban Herd”. on Jean Albano Gallery, here. via Artsy

Type it in Color: Tyree Callahan’s Chromatic Typewriter

Type it in Color: Tyree Callahan's Chromatic Typewriter on Flickriver American painter converted old typewriter from 1930s into a machine that prints colors instead of letters. Tyree Callahan , who was born in Bisbee, Arizona and now lives in Washington, says his creation came about through an experiment. He wanted to add type to a …

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Amusing and Witty Illustrations by Shusaku Takaoka

Amusing and Witty Illustrations by Shusaku Takaoka Instagram Shusaku Takaoka is a Japanese graphic designer author of these witty and surprising illustrations. The artist is inspired by our modern society to juxtapose visuals who form a funny set and sometimes denouncing aspects of an ultra-consumer and over-connected world.

Three Large Crocheted Urchins Decorated Singapore During The iLight Marina Bay Festival

Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Three Large Crocheted Urchins Decorated Singapore During The iLight Marina Bay Festival Choi+Shine Architects have …

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Traveling Landscapes: Miniature Landscapes to Travel by Kathleen Vance

Traveling Landscapes: Miniature Landscapes to Travel by Kathleen Vance As part of her ongoing series titled Traveling Landscapes, New York-based artist Kathleen Vance constructs entire landscapes inside of old steamer trunks and repurposed luggage. Many of the pieces incorporate real running water, soil, and living plant life to form encapsulated environments, though others are constructed …

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Spectacular Old Watch Steampunk Sculptures by Sue Beatrice

Spectacular Old Watch Steampunk Sculptures by Sue Beatrice More: Facebook |on Etsy Sue Beatricel aka (All Natural Arts) is an artist who recycles old vintage watch parts and turns them into beautifully intricate sculptures. This true jack-of-all-trades is also a talented sand sculptor and painter, and uses her many talents to perfect her watch sculptures. …

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