Artist Uses Layers Of Paint And Digital Art To Create Mesmerizing Paintings

Artist Uses Layers Of Paint And Digital Art To Create Mesmerizing Paintings

Golsa Golchini is an Iranian artist who combines layers of paints with digital art to create miniature worlds. Using acrylic paint, the Milan-based artist paints 3D waves and slopes, whilst the tiny figures are done digitally and added to the abstract landscapes via ink transfers and applied by hand. Continue reading »

The Many Layers Of Japan Captured By The Photographer Hiro Goto

The Many Layers Of Japan Captured By The Photographer Hiro Goto

Japanese photographer Hiro Goto perfectly captures the busy life of Japanese people who are always in a hurry by showing the lively vibe around the city at the same time. Hiro Goto’s photography explores Japan, leading to a profound discovery of history and culture seamlessly blended with modern technology and design. Continue reading »

Spray Painting Multiple Layers Of Acrylic Glass

Spray Painting Multiple Layers Of Acrylic Glass

Street artist Sofles has gained international recognition for his incredible work with a spray can. In an ongoing series of works, Sofles spray paints multiple layers of acrylic glass. When viewed straight on it looks like a single canvas but a few steps in any direction and you get a sense for the multiple layers involved in each piece. Continue reading »

These Amazing Animal Sculptures Were Made from Carefully Cut Layers of Paper

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Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls creates extraordinary 3D sculptures using archival paper. The multi-layered paper sculptures (what he describes as ‘low relief framed paper sculptures’) can take anywhere from 4 weeks to 2 years to complete and the process always begins with extensive research of the animals to get their musculoskeletal features correct. Continue reading »

Three-Dimensional Human Collages Encased in Layers of Glass

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Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Dustin Yellin has received worldwide recognition for his technique to creating large-scale, fantastical collages encased within layers of glass. Psychogeographies, his newest exhibition commissioned by the New York City Ballet for the annual Art series, is a collection of life-size humanoid figures. Continue reading »