Paintings by Dario Puggioni


Dario Puggioni was born in Brunei being artistically trained in Rome. At the time being he works and lives in Berlin. Puggioni’s main discipline is painting and the most prominent way of his paintings has modern elements. Main materials used are enamel, ink, acetic acid and oil on aluminum and copper making his work more peculiar.

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Incredibly Realistic Wood Sculptures Of People Hand-Carved By Peter Demetz

Italian artist Peter Demetz has a gift for breathing life into wood, a material that seems hard and lifeless to most of us. His wooden sculptures of people are flawlessly life-like. Demetz’s precise and perfect mastery of human anatomy makes his sculptures look like paintings or sketches, and his wonderful compositions and sense of perspective help perpetuate this illusion. The grain of the wood and its warm colors, however, give them a tactile appearance that would be difficult to fake with paint.

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These 3-D Portraits Were Created Using Only A Person’s DNA


How much information about ourselves do we leave behind in public, as we shed saliva, hair, and sweat throughout the day? It’s a question that drives the artwork of Heather Dewey-Hagborg, whose project Stranger Visions reconstructs the faces of the anonymous as 3-D printed sculptures, using genetic detritus found in chewing gum, cigarette butts, and wads of hair around New York City.

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Abstract Portraits by Han Xiao


Han Xiao was born in LiaoNing, a province of China located in the northeast of the country. Her work is intense trying to identify the loneliness and the anxiety each person feels in some periods of life. She told a parabola about the bamboo tree that grows in Eastern China, “Even if a farmer takes care of the bamboo plant, it will only grow three cm in four years after the seeds germinate. However, five years later, the growth rate of bamboo can be 30 cm per day. It can grow up to 15 meters!”. This is true and applies to any discipline, to any person. Enjoy.

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Colorful Paper Formations by Charles Clary

Tennessee-based Artist Charles Clary makes structural paper formations that resemble some kind of biological microorganisms or topographical maps.

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5,300-year-old Pottery Statue Found in North China


On July 7, Chinese archaeologists from the Academy of Social Sciences announced that they have reconstituted a 5,300-year-old Mongolion pottery statue found at a relic site in North China, according to Xinhua news agency.

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Graced with Light Installation by Anne Patterson

American artist Anne Patterson created an interesting installation inside the Grace Cathedral in San Francisco entitled Graced with Light.

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Layers of Glass Added to Ordinary Objects by Ramon Todo

Dusseldorf-based artist Ramon Todo places layers of glass in unexpected places creating amazing juxtapositions.

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BrunchCity: Miniature Cityscapes Made Out of Food by Andrea G. Portolés and Bea Crespo


Photographer Andrea G.Portolés and illustrator Bea Crespo examine what people eat for brunch around the globe with their project “Brunch City”. Each piece is a narrative of a particular city, exploring its famous landmark and food or drinks. Enjoy this creative artwork and… Bon Appetit!

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B4XVI Compare Hip Hop Artists To 16th Century Renaissance Art


New York-based art directors Cecilia Azcarate and Ferdinando Verderi compared contemporary hip-hop stars with historic art from centuries past, continuing to flood their Tumblr page, B4XVI, with humorous compositions. See many more examples at the tumblr B4-XVI.

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Geometric Coin Sculptures by Robert Wechsler

American artist Robert Wechsler created a series of geometric coin sculptures by using thousands of coins of different currencies.

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3D Screw Portraits By Andrew Myers

California-based artist Andrew Myers became famous for his unusual paintings made by using not paints and brushes but screws and a screwdriver.

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At This 3D Art Museum In Philippines You Become A Part Of The Art

Most museums don’t like to see their visitors take pictures, some going so far as to charge them for the privilege. But this is not the case at the Art In Island museum in Manila, The Philippines. Here, visitors are encouraged to interact and have fun with the art pieces, taking as many photos as they want. “Art paintings are not complete if you are not with them, if you don’t take pictures with them,” Blyth Cambaya, the museum’s secretary.

The museum is filled with unique paintings that, when photographed from a certain angle, create optical illusions that make it seem like you’re, for example, stepping out of the painting or being attacked by it.

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Cardboard Safari


These unique animal busts are actually large puzzles that you put together, each is formed by interlocking pieces of cardboard that are laser cut for a precision fit…

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Amazing Feather Sculptures by Kate MccGwire

British artist Kate MccGwire uses thousands of miticulously placed feathers to make these amazing sculptures.

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