“Rolling Through the Bay” is a sculpture made of toothpicks created by Scott Weaver. He lives at San Francisco and the sculpture was inspired by his city. Check out what it is possible to do with this unusual material !
“Roadsworth and his friend Brian Armstrong from Concordia University took over a new area of the urban landscape, the Montreal’s Eaton Centre. FRAGILE is creation made with 100% recycled materials in which residual matter is transformed and becomes a life-size ecosystem, a great garden within the heart of the city in which cardboard turns into […]
To describe her project, Erika Iris Simmons said : “In this series I showcase a number of portraits of musicians made out of recycled cassette tape with original cassette. Also included are portraits made from old film and reels. The idea comes from a phrase (ironically) coined by philosopher Gilbert Ryle, a description of how […]
“The street-based side of my work plays with the notion of surprise and I aim to encourage city-dwellers to be more aware of their surroundings. The scenes I set up, more evident through the photography, and the titles I give these scenes aim to reflect the loneliness and melancholy of living in a big city, […]
Karen Bit Vejles form of expression, psaligraphy, literally means the art of drawing or painting with scissors. Her magical cuttings in the travelling exhibition Scissors for a Brush, are rooted in a tradition that has known a long journey through history. But she has created a personal style and technique that are entirely her own.
Born in North Wales and now residing in Sheffield, UK, cartoonist and illustrator Phlegm is well known for his self-published comics and amazing graffiti/street art. Many of the larger-than-life characters that adorn the walls he spray paints originate from his comics.
“I started making assemblage artworks of this type in 1999. The artworks are made entirely out of collected junk, found objects, and general trash. I glue the bits of junk to a wooden substrate to form an image, usually faces, which only can be seen at a distance.” – Zac Freeman
Jason Mecier, a San Francisco-based artist creates portraits of celebs using everything from bits of discarded jewellery to empty deodorant cans and bubble-gum wrappers. He has spent 15 years carefully collecting rubbish and using it for his masterful modern artwork. Artist Jason Mecier says that many celebrities have bought the work they inspired. Each one […]
Small is beautiful to artist Dalton Ghetti. He had always been interested with carving and decided to challenge himself by trying to make things as small as possible. At first he experimented with different kinds of medium like chalk, in the end he decided to decided to carve into the graphite of a pencil. All […]
These surreal pictures by artist Clement Valla are taken from Google Earth. In his project called “Postcards from Google Earth" the artist make postcards of places distorted by the algorithms of the popular software.
These 3D chalk drawings on pavement have been featured in many newspapers and on several television shows. A painting may look ordinary from one angle, but view it with a curved lens and it becomes 3-dimensional.
The huge complex designs he carves into sandy beaches are out of this world. Jim Denevan makes freehand drawings in sand. At low tide on wide beaches Jim searches the shore for a wave tossed stick. After finding a good stick and composing himself in the near and far environment Jim draws, laboring up to […]
Jessica Oyhenart graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2007 with Magna Cum Laude honors, achieving a BFA in Communication Arts. She is a conceptual artist and illustrator with an excellent eye for design and beauty of form, color and character, having worked for 2 years in the game industry. She has contributed work to titles […]