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Artist Katharine Morling creates life-sized whimsical sculptures that are filled with a playful energy. Upon first glance, the pieces look as if they are constructed from paper. However, in reality, Morling uses ceramics as the medium to give unique life to a variety of animals and inanimate objects.
To begin, the artist fills her sketchbooks with rough ideas and uses those…Continue
San Francisco-based architect, artist, and mother Tiffanie Turner hand-crafts impressively large flowers out of delicate pieces of crepe paper. She cuts, stretches, and meticulously assembles the layers of colorful paper together until the beautiful blossoms have grown and emerged right before her eyes.
With great precision and patience, the artist is able to mimic the…Continue
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While many of us are welcoming warmer temperatures, this is something that might make you wish there was still a little snow on the ground. Seymon Bukharin is a groundskeeper at a school in Izhevsk, the capital city of Russia’s Udmurt Republic. The 51-year-old is not only great at his job, but delights students and teachers with his creativity. On snowy days, he crafts…Continue
This pack of 1,600 papier-mâché pandas might look adorable, but they come bearing a more serious message. In real life, the species is in rapid decline due to loss of their ecosystem by human development. French artist Paulo Grangeon worked with the , , and creative studio to craft this bevy of pandas that alerts the public on the tragic truth of these animals.
Each sculpture is made from…Continue
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The impressive and expressive works of Brazilian-born, Berlin-based artist Harding Meyer are made even more so by their larger-than-life scale. As , Meyer fills his canvases with colorful, gestural brushstrokes that create simultaneously realistic and surreal images. The intimate and up-close portraits allow for a careful study of the human face and the fine details that make us who we are. At…Continue
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Chicago-based illustrator Diana Sudyka paints folk-inspired works that feature her subjects in the great outdoors. Her elegant images are partially silhouetted, and she uses their solid coloring as a stage for the beautifully-drawn patterning and details that adorn their bodies. Sudyka wraps them in branches and leaves, dots them with stars, and introduces them to the ghostly animals who are scampering…Continue
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Looking at this work by street artist Case Ma’Claim, it’s hard to believe that it was done using only spray paint. The large mural, located in Frankfurt, Germany, is entitled Secured Liberty, and it is striking in the amount of fine detail that’s included in the piece, like the visible veins in the subject’s foot. It’s truly impressive that the artist was able to produce such a…Continue
How many times have you been out and about and discover that your phone is almost dead? You’ve had to unhappily disconnect until you can find an outlet to recharge. Well, with the new GoPlug charging bags, those worries are a thing of the past. This innovative accessory is a “smart bag” that allows you to charge your phone, camera, computer, and tablet directly in the bag as you…Continue
If you’ve ever wanted to venture long distances but don’t want to sacrifice comfort, then Conqueror Australia has something just for you. The UEV-440 is a luxury compact camper-trailer that has the features and accessories you’d find in your own home. It even packs wine glasses and a flat-screen TV with surround sound!
UEV stands for Urban Escape Vehicle, and it definitely is made to take…Continue
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Take a moment, if you will, and enjoy these fantastical photos of France through the eyes of photographer . She first caught our attention back in December 2010, with her series , where beautiful young women were seemingly floating away while they were sound asleep.
The French photographer is now debuting a brand new series…
Back in March, we first told you about the start of the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest, one of the most exciting contests for those passionate about traveling and photography. Now in its 26th year, the contest asks anyone with a…
While the term "fat cat" usually refers to a wealthy or powerful person, the words have been taken quite literally in this hilarious new print campaign. The Sunday Times, Britain's largest-selling national Sunday newspaper, worked with agency Grey London to bring attention to their special edition, the Rich List, which is due…Continue
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The Narigua House, located in the residential community of El Jonuco in Mexico, is very aware of the existing landscape. In fact, its entire design is structured around the mountain-enclosed neighborhood. P+0 Architecture designed the home so that its inhabitants can still enjoy stunning 360-degree views yet respect the forest of cedar trees that surround it. Their solution was to lift…Continue
Israeli makeup artist Tal Peleg doesn’t just use cosmetics for a little pop of color or to conceal a blemish. No, she’s turned eye makeup into an art form where the eyelid is her canvas. Her tools are eye shadow and eyeliner, and with them she transforms the skin around it into tiny and intricately-detailed paintings. We've been before and continue to be amazed at what she…Continue
Denis Gonchar’s digitally-painted works capture the essence of birds in flight. The Ukrainian-based artist’s series Flying Birdsdepicts eagles, owls, and hawks that are set against geometric solid-colored backgrounds. This makes the dynamically-posed animals look as though they’re being commemorated for their great power and poise.
Crayons don’t have to be just for coloring. In the case of Hoang Tran, they are the perfect material for tiny sculptures. Using large-size Crayola crayons, the artist delicately hand-carves them into pop-culture icons. Hello Kitty, Han Solo, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are just some of the incredibly detailed figures that he’s able to produce.
As if these…Continue
Sculptor Koji Takei deconstructs everyday objects and reassembles them in new and exciting ways. As a fan of classical music, the Los Angeles-based artist focuses his subject matter on guitars, fragmenting their original parts and occasionally adding vases and trumpets to the mix. Now, a chair doesn’t look like a chair anymore. We see every part of it at once, and…Continue
When we first saw Portugal-based artist Samuel Silva's portrait, , most of us were completely in awe of how Silva (aka VianaArts) could achieve such amazing details with just a handful of everyday pens.
Since that time, the patient and skilled artist has developed an extensive collection of more wildly realistic creations featuring the crisp details, fine strands of…Continue
Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki has an incredible knack for seeing the potential for cool perspective drawings along flat surfaces. , all he needs are some colored pencils, charcoal, and a few notebooks to create his amazingly detailed illustrations that jump off the pages in lively and entertaining forms.
In his playful 3D art, Hideyuki has drawn everything from silly monsters…Continue