Neytiri by James Cameron As a tribute to the fiftieth anniversary of the feminine fashion icon Barbara Millicent Roberts, French artist Jocelyn Grivaud created this one-of-a-kind doll collection. She recreates famous artwork using Barbie dolls as subjects. A lot of effort is taken to recreate the details of the original artwork without making Barbie unrecognizable. […]
Phan Thu Trang is an emerging young artist from who paints under the impression of the cities and Northern villages from Vietnam. Her thick textural impasto is so vibrant in red, orange, yellow, and blue, it makes a whole new landscape genre. One that is full of color, emotion, simplicity and joy of life and […]
She likes photography and he likes programming. Students Ayaka Ito and Randy Church combined their talents and came up with these breathtaking photographs distorted and reconstructed in 3D. The themes of their “Cinema Flash Showdown” project are The Influence of Occupations, and Man vs. Nature brought to life by ingeniously using scribble lines inserted into photography.
Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada is a Cuban American contemporary artist. He used sand and gravel for his portrait of Spanish architect Enric Miralles, as part of his “Terrestrial Series”.
Candid shots of people and common daily objects are most of the models in the paintings of Jeff Ramirez of Los Angeles, California. There is a wide range of possible still artworks that could be made from millions of the things we see everyday, and the artist takes the brush to give it an indelible […]
Hannes Langeder is very proud of his accomplishment, and for a reason! He spent six months and 1,000 hours constructing the pedal-powered eco-friendly replica of a Porsche GT3 RS using plastic tubing and gold-painted aluminium foil. With a weight of just 99.6 kilograms, the super car is capable of reaching up to 10mph at a […]
Kate MccGwire’s practice probes the beauty inherent in duality, exploring the play of opposites – at an aesthetic, intellectual and visceral level – that characterises the way we conceive the world. She does this by appealing to our essential duality as human beings, to our senses and our reason, and by drawing on materials capable […]
Beauty can be appreciated even through the simplest things. This is what I learned from the wonderful paintings of Mauro Cano from Mendoza, Argentina. His art is focused on realistic and “candid-shot” style of different women and daily common objects combined with a few effects of patterns that absorb the subject into the background.
Life is full of color. Such statement has been made alive by photographer and artist Mia with her stunning and emotive close-ups of lips, crayons, colas, fruits, eyes, paperclips and other dreamy features that will not cease to amaze the viewers and make them feel life should be colored beautifully with love.
Nothing else saves beautiful memories like photos. Tom Robinson thought of the idea to freeze the moments he traveled with his girlfriend using photos of their feet. Every place had a story to tell, and two sets of feet weren’t enough to finish it.