Heidi Annalise Paints Mesmerizing Landscapes In Mint Tins

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Heidi Annalise is a Colorado-based artist who has an amazing talent to move wide open spaces into cute tiny boxes without losing their grace. She paints mesmerizing landscapes in mint tins where she attaches small pieces of palette paper to the top, and lays out a small palette of colours to work with on the bottom.  ...  View More
June 18, 2017 Jessica

Nobuhiro Nakanishi Mesmerizing Landscape Sculptures Based On Layered Photographs

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Nobuhiro Nakanishi produces beautifully mesmerizing atypical landscapes. The Osaka, Japan-based artist creates the works, which he called “Layered Drawings,” by photographing a scene over a period of time. He then laser prints each image and mounts it to acrylic. Subtle changes emerge in each frame, and once they are layered they portray an untraditional landscape. As a viewer walks passed the work he or she experiences, to some degree, the passing of time within this particular place.  ...  View More
June 7, 2017 Jessica

Inna Mosina Amazing Conceptual Fine Art Portrait Photography

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Inna Mosina is a talented 26-year-old Russian fine art photographer who lives and works in Saratov, Russia. Inna graduated in law, but her love for art made her take a different path towards fine art photography, showing right from her first experiences an innate ability to create images. Reflective and melancholic, her pictures are highly symbolic and poetic. They explore feminine emotions with a sensitive approach and a well defined setting. Everything is metaphor in this melancholic and ...  View More
June 4, 2017 Tiffany

PURPLE. OURSLER: Sharif Hamza Experimental And Avant-garde Makeup Series

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Sharif Hamza was born and raised in London but began his career as an image maker in New York where he is currently based. Working simultaneously in both photography and motion, Sharif’s work is about story telling. His narrative process begins with the selection of his subject matter, those who can convey a sense of character in an abstract form. Sharif enjoys working within the context of fashion and sees it in a cinematic approach inventing scenes for his subjects, whether shooting ...  View More
June 4, 2017 Jessica

Giant Hyperrealistic Paintings Of Candy Wrapped In Plastic By Roberto Bernardi

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Anyone with a sweet tooth will instantly love this work by Italian artist Roberto Bernardi. Viewers will be shocked by the collection of candy still life images when they learn that these aren't photographs, they are actually hyperrealistic oil paintings on canvas. The delicious details are astonishing and it's hard to believe that these images aren't recorded with a camera.  ...  View More
June 3, 2017 Jason

Homogenizing And Transforming World: TeamLab Poetic, Immersive And Interactive Installation

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TeamLab is a collective, interdisciplinary creative group that brings together professionals from various fields of practice in the digital society: artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians, architects, web and print graphic designers and editors. Referring to themselves as 'Ultra-technologists', their aim is to achieve a balance between art, science, technology and creativity.  ...  View More
June 2, 2017 Tiffany

Amazing BALLOON SCULPTURES Of Animals By Masayoshi Matsumoto

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Masayoshi Matsumoto is a Japanese artist who has turned his love for animals into works of art. Using multi-colored balloons, he intricately weaves them together to produce true-to-life creations of Earth’s creatures. Each animal or insect is made entirely from blown balloons, right down to their beady eyes and tiny toenails. Here is a selection of some of his most impressive works, including his favorite: the iguana. We would love to see a video in which he demonstrates how he makes these ...  View More
May 31, 2017 Jessica

Jean-Pierre Weill Paints On Multiple Levels Of Glass To Create Stunning 3D Paintings

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When art has been around for thousands of years, it’s not easy to come up with something truly original. In 1992, Jean-Pierre Weill hit on an innovative idea: painting in three dimensions by arranging different parts of a single image on multiple levels of glass. Each painting includes several layers of glass separated by interior frames. The depth creates a game of hide-and-go-seek. Light and shadow create the illusion of movement. Jean-Pierre Weill discovered that he could use this ...  View More
May 29, 2017 Michael
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