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Live Sculptures – Bodypainting by Trina Merry

Trina Merry is fine art bodypainter who makes sculpture out of humans, because marble is for pussies apparently. You carve marble, and it stays that way. Naked, painted models tend to sweat, breathe, and scratch an itch. The image above is from her series “Human Motorcycle Project”. According to Terry, “Everyone has seen the pictures […]

Pizza Portraits by Domenico Crolla

Domenico Crolla is the owner of the famous Bella Napoli restaurant that serves one-of-a kind pizza portraits. Food portraits are nothing new, but Domenico’s creations are particularly impressive given the fact that he had only four things to work with, namely dough, tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and his imagination. Some of the celebrities he’s featured […]

Bubbly – Bubble Wrap Art by Bradley Hart

Bradley Hart is the artist who came up with the innovative concept that combines paint, syringes, and bubble wrap to recreate classic works of art. He recently had his solo show at Cavalier Galleries Inc. in New York where he displayed his latest batch of bubble wrap art. It takes two things to create awesome […]

Miniature Mobile Homes by Gregory Kloehn

Gregory Kloehn is a California-based sculptor/contractor who started the Homeless Homes Project, building homes out of old dumpsters. The scale of these miniature living spaces would make Hobbits feel right at home. The cramped but comfy homes includes: bed, sink, stove, storage shelves, windows, and a very cute door. The raw materials for the remodeling […]

Gravity Defying Sculptures by Sandcastle Matt

Sandcastle Matt is a Massachusetts-based artist who loves playing around with sand. His creations have been mistaken as the result of lightning-struck sand. What Matt actually does is apply the drip method technique to various found objects such as plywood, vines, and anchors. Despite their fleeting existence, beachgoers can’t help but be amazed by Sandcastles […]

Bendable Paper Sculptures by Li Hongbo

Li Hongbo grew up in the Chinese province of Ji Lin. The Chinese saying “Life is as fragile as paper’ had a deep impact in her life which is probably what influenced her to use paper as her medium. To create her delightfully bendy paper sculptures, she has layers sheets of paper by gluing them […]

Environmental Street Art by ROA

ROA is a rather prolific Belgian street artist who loves creating monochromatic animal forms in walls. Not content with the walls of his own country, he has since spray painted a whole menagerie in walls located all over the world. ROA’s work can be found in the United Kingdom, Austria, Portugal, the U.S., and even […]

The Black House – Installation by Ian Strange

Ian Strange is the artist responsible for this buried black house set smack dab in front of the Art Gallery of South Australia. It’s actually a scaled down recreation of the artist’s suburban-style home built in the 1920s. The piece, entitled “Landed” does look a lot like it had fallen out of the sky, albeit […]

Underneath the Mask – Joshua Harker

That’s basically a 3D image of artist Joshua Harker’s head you’re looking at, artistically rendered of course. The series is aptly called “21st Century Self-Portrait” which came into being thanks to Joshua’s creativity, 3D printing, and 21st century medical imaging equipment. Joshua is considered as visionary and one of the pioneers in 3D printed art […]