Turkish Artist Recreates Iconic Movie Scenes Using Hundreds Of Thousands Of Tiny Colored Dots

Turkish Artist Recreates Iconic Movie Scenes Using Hundreds Of Thousands Of Tiny Colored Dots

Seen from afar, the works of Turkish artist Çağatay Odabaş look like large-scale printed movie posters, but as viewers approach them to take a closer look, they discover that they are actually made up of hundreds of thousands of tiny hand-drawn circles. Continue reading »

Artists Upcycle Metal Scrap Into Fantastic Sculptures Of Famous Movie Characters

Artists Upcycle Metal Scrap Into Fantastic Sculptures Of Famous Movie Characters

One could say that cold, raw, industrial and warlike metal has nothing in common with art. A group of artists called Kreatworks is the first to bust this myth. Located in Phatumthanee, Thailand, Kreatworks produce incredibly detailed sculptures from scrap metal (useless auto, motorcycle and machine parts) and other recycled materials. They have over 12 years of experience in Steampunk & Recycled metal arts. Continue reading »

Japanese Artists Continue The Tradition Of Rice Harvest Season By Creating Gigantic Straw Sculptures

Japanese Artists Continue The Tradition Of Rice Harvest Season By Creating Gigantic Straw Sculptures

Autumn is a rice harvest season in Japan. Every year, farmers make sure that the leftover rice straw, known as “wara”, does not go to waste. From feeding the cattle to improving the soil, the straw finds its purpose. In particular, Niigata province has a very creative way of using these leftover rice husks by hosting an annual event called “Wara Art Festival”. Continue reading »

Famous Artists Depicted As Animals In Art History In Series Of Humorous Illustrations

Famous Artists Depicted As Animals In Art History In Series Of Humorous Illustrations

Krishna “Nanu” Chavda is an illustrator with a very, very vivid imagination!

Chavda’s imagination is so wild, she sees famous artists in animals. She has created a series of 10 illustrations based on either a self-portrait of an artist, one of their artworks, or the artists’ art-making techniques. From Frida Kahlo to Leonardo, these artists get their animal match in the eyes of cows and leopards. Continue reading »

Hundreds Of Local Indian Artists Painted The Forgotten Railway Station With The Famous Traditional Artwork

Hundreds Of Local Indian Artists Painted The Forgotten Railway Station With The Famous Traditional Artwork
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Tourists and locals were flocking to the erstwhile forgotten Madhubani railway station in the eastern Indian state of Bihar, which has undergone a makeover after hundreds of local Mithila artists painted the station walls with the famous Madhubani artwork, known the world over for its unique geometrical patterns. Continue reading »

This Couple Of Artists Photographs Yoga Poses

This Couple Of Artists Photographs Yoga Poses

With their Yoga Photograms project, the duo of British artists Rob and Nick Carter is having fun photographing yoga poses through a very special process. A series of large format enigmatic portraits that capture the imprint of bodies and movements through the light. Continue reading »

Bunch Of Artists Unite To Design The Interior Of This Surreal Bar And The Details Are Incredible

Bunch Of Artists Unite To Design The Interior Of This Surreal Bar And The Details Are Incredible

Q Caffe – about people. People. Dreams. Noise. Speed. Constraints. Fears. Masks. Trials. Failure. Flight. Liberation. Our world… HUMAN?

Entirely different from any other café, Q Caffe illustrates an actual story through its decor, about man and his strivings in a hierarchical and limiting society

Built in collaboration with 6th Sense Interiors and lots of other first grade artists, having steampunk and dark-fantasy influences, Q Caffe’s new design illustrates the social man’s path, presented from different perspectives, and the complexity of the oneiric, fantastic dimension that pushes past reality’s borders, amplifying and even transforming it. Each visual element has been thought through and worked on to the smallest detail, constructing this fabulous ensemble of metaphors. Continue reading »

Artists Around The World React To H&M’s Controversial Ad

Artists Around The World React To H&M’s Controversial Ad

The famous clothing brand H&M has recently published an ad for its new hoodie that reads “Coolest monkey in the jungle.” Sounds innocent, but the reason behind all the anger it caused was a black boy modelling for that ad, which was not well received all around the world. Continue reading »

Artists Transform People Into The Spitting Image Of Their Icons

Artists Transform People Into The Spitting Image Of Their Icons

A trio of artists can transform you into the spitting image of your biggest icons. Using a clever combination of make-up and design, the collaborators have recreated Audrey Hepburn, The Joker and Charlie Chaplins finest hours with a model just like you. Continue reading »

Digital Mapping Artists Transform A Montreal Cathedral Into Heaven’s Wonderland

Digital Mapping Artists Transform A Montreal Cathedral Into Heaven's Wonderland

The creative agency Moment Factory created a stunning mapping experience inside the gothic Montreal’s cathedral, Notre Dame. Continue reading »

Meet The Italian Artists Inking Museum-Worthy Tattoos

Meet The Italian Artists Inking Museum-Worthy Tattoos

Tattoos may be more socially acceptable than they once were, but a nice sleeve hasn’t yet become a marker of taste and refinement quite like, say, a collection of art on your wall. Continue reading »

Street Artists Cut The Abandoned Car Out Of Reality

Street Artists Cut The Abandoned Car Out Of Reality

Yekaterinburg (Russia) based street art team Stenograffia ain’t happy with abandoned Soviet cars left by their owners all around the city. Having no regrets but spray cans and spare hands they decided to “cut off” old clutters from the streets in the way every designer will approve. Continue reading »

French Artists And Nike Have Redesigned The Paris Duperré Basketball Court

French Artists And Nike Have Redesigned The Paris Duperré Basketball Court

French design and photography agency Ill-Studio (previously featured) and fashion brand Pigalle have redesigned and repainted the Paris Duperré basketball court, with support from Nike. The court is squeezed between buildings in a Parisian suburb on Rue Duperré, and became internationally renowned in its previous guise, painted in graphical blocks of primary colours. Continue reading »

City Signs In Russia’s Yekaterinburg Turn Into ‘Captchas’ By The Street Artists

City Signs In Russia's Yekaterinburg Turn Into 'Captchas' By The Street Artists

Future, as described by cyberpunk classics, keeps taking a more tangible form. Robots have already become an integral part of industrial process and of contemporary existence, and their numbers grow by the year. Continue reading »

Artists Creates Incredible David Bowie Tribute In Phoenix, AZ

Artists Creates Incredible David Bowie Tribute In Phoenix, AZ

David Bowie passed away in 2016, but artist Maggie Keane decided to celebrate his birthday on January 8 by creating one of the most incredible David Bowie tributes ever. Continue reading »

Artists Continue To Recreate Kids’ Monster Doodles In Their Unique Styles

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There’s nothing more powerful than a child’s imagination. At least, that’s what the artists at The Monster Project (previously) believe. The initiative sees artists transform children’s drawings in to life-like monsters. And the end result gives a rare insight in to the imaginations of children. Continue reading »

A Group Of Artists Unveil A Mural Celebrating 250 Years Of Literary History

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The Graphic History Company and Machete UK today unveiled The Author Mural commissioned to celebrate nearly 250 years of literary history at Hachette UK’s landmark London building, Carmelite House, on the north bank of the Thames. The mural features the names of prominent authors published by Hachette UK from the foundation of the group’s oldest publishing house, John Murray, in 1768, to the present day, including Charles Darwin, Jane Austen, Bram Stoker, Vladimir Nabokov, Enid Blyton, Daphne du Maurier, Nelson Mandela, J. M. Barrie, Goscinny & Uderzo, JK Rowling and Malala Yousafzai. It also features Nobel and literary award winning authors and key moments in the history of the company, such as the notorious burning of Lord Byron’s scandalous memoirs in 1824. Continue reading »

Polish Fashion Artists Creates Beautiful Felted Animal Scarves

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Polish fashion designers Maja and Celina Debowska have cleverly crafted these felt animal scarves and stoles. While the sisters make a range of cold-weather accessories such as hats and gloves, the critter stoles really steal the show—the level of detail is pretty astounding. Continue reading »

Artists Raid A Polish Scrapyard To Build A Collection Of Recycled Metal Super Cars

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In the Polish city of Pruszków you’ll find the Gallery of Steel Figures, an entire museum devoted to dozens of sculptures built from scrap metal salvaged from a local scrapyard. Their most recent addition is a collection of four iconic cars designed and built by roughly 50 artists over the last 5 years. The models include a Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, a Bugatti Veyron, a Maserati GranTurismo, and a Lamborghini Aventador. The steel vehicles are built completely to scale and include functional doors and replica interiors. Continue reading »

Artists Turn Their Children’s Drawings Into Jewelry To Preserve Their Creativity

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Yasemin Erdin has been working with children art for more than 5 years, encouraging their creativity and making it visible to the public. And now she’s found a partner in the form of sculptor and goldsmith Özgür Karavit, who joined her in turning children’s drawings into timeless jewelry. Continue reading »

Artists Built A Colorful, Unique Island That They Call Home

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After realizing there is no way to afford real estate, artists Catherine King and Wayne Adams decided to build an island, and named it ‘Freedom Cove’—it is located off the coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, and is about a 45-minutes boat ride to the nearest town. Weighing around 500-tons, the 12 tethered sections of this floating home include “four greenhouses, living quarters, a kitchen, workshop, art gallery, a lighthouse and even a dance floor.” Continue reading »

You’ll Be Surprised To Find Out What These Berlin Artists Use To Create T-Shirt And Bags Designs

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Berlin team of artists called Raubdruckerin, which means “Pirate Printer,” doesn’t lack creativity. They use manhole covers, grids, vents and other public utilities to make designs on t-shirts and bags. They have an online shop where you can buy their creations. Continue reading »

We Can’t Stop Looking At These Drawings By Artists Reimagining Their Art As Famous Cartoons

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There’s a new challenge among artists who use Instagram called the #stylechallenge. It has nothing to do with personal style or the way they dress, and everything to do with their artistic precision. The idea behind the hashtag is for artists to draw the same figure multiple times — once in their own artistic style, and then a number of times in the styles of some of the most popular animated shows on television today. Continue reading »

Polish Artists Recreate Traditional Slavic Head Wreaths With A Modern Twist

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Photographer Ula Kóska in collaboration with makeup artist Beata Bojda has made an incredible Slavic themed photo-shoot that features Polish (and Slavic) folklore elements. In Polish folk culture they used to wear wreaths and bunches of flowers that were a part of both religious and secular ceremonies such as marriage, funeral, festivals or Easter. They used a Handcraft paper handicraft if you are wonder, as this has been well known & traditional method of creating such wreaths in Poland. In their project they used techniques coming from Polish “Opoczno” area, although this technique it is also an integral part of Malopolska and sub-Carpathian tradition. Continue reading »

Artists Combine Theatricality And Organic Food To Compose The Photographs

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Photographer Emily Dryden and sculptor/actor Zahydé Pietri combine theatricality and organic produce to compose the photographs for their series Fresh Faces. The portraits are made from a wide range of fruit and vegetables and aim to highlight humanity’s diversity – Pietri is from Puerto Rico and Dryden is from New York. Continue reading »