Larysa Bernhardt has a unique artistic vision, as evident in the beautifully embroidered textile moths she creates. Continue reading »
Most people don’t know what they want to do with their lives when they’re 20, but Callum Donovan Grujicich isn’t most people. This kid is only 12 years old, and he looks like he has already found his biggest passion – sculpture. Continue reading »
The abstraction, that remembers us to the nature, mainly to the marine world, or even to festivities like the Carnival, in which the color invades the work, dominates the work of Crystal Wagner. She is a contemporary interdisciplinary artist, which artwork is comprised of large-scale installations, paper sculptures, ink drawings, and printmaking. She is compelled through curiosity to both make things with her hands and to investigate ideas and concepts to satisfy an inherent thirst for dialog about the world we live in. As she says, “being an artist gives me the tools to share with people idea’s that I am passionate about”. Continue reading »
Eyes as Big as Plates is a whimsical series by Finnish photographer Riitta Ikonen and Norwegian photographer Karoline Hjorth that features senior citizens donning organic materials like twigs and grass. Ikonen says that the collaborative project originally began as “a play on characters and protagonists from Norwegian folklore” but has since evolved into a collection of images exploring “mental landscapes” that reflect a return of body to nature with the use of scavenged materials. Continue reading »
This Artist Made A Collection Of Farm Animal Sculptures From Unconventional Materials Like Shoes, Mops, And Leather Bags
Artist Federico Uribe, has created ‘Farm Animals’, a collection of animal sculptures made from a variety of recycled materials. Continue reading »
Japanese artist Natsumi Tomita uses materials collected from garbages to create these creative animal sculptures.
Equipped with a sharp eye for detail, Tomita Natsumi, a young, gifted artist from Japan, was born in Tokyo in 1986. She enrolled in an oil painting course at Tama Art University, which is located in her hometown.. Since 2007, she has held several solo exhibitions participated in Asian art fairs, and had her works under the collection of renowned Japanese art institutions such as the Hamada Children’s Museum of Art. On par with her witty, atypical perspectives, she uses a variety of quirky, unlikely mediums – materials that are elementary to everyday life, and are no doubt far less employed in the artistic realm. Continue reading »