Feel envious seeing people flaunt their expensive yachts and boats? Here’s your chance to own one and order it from – where else? – Amazon! What’s on offer is an inflatable life-size boat. Well, it may lack the look of a real wood and metal boat, but its design is certain to impress all.
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Is it possible to make crochet patterns on fragile and brittle fallen dry leaves? Common sense says, “No way!”, simply because puncturing the brittle surface will either put a gaping hole in the leaf or crumble it. But, here’s a crochet artist, Susanna Bauer, whose leaf work is something to be seen to be believed. …
Lionel Smit, a South African artist, and sculptor are renowned not only for his large canvases and sculptures but also for his silkscreen, video and public installations. Though born in Pretoria, he currently lives and works in Cape Town, South Africa.
“The world on your finger” is what these rings literally exemplify, simply because each one of them contains a piece of nature. Created by Secret Wood, a Canadian company based in Vancouver, these handmade rings are unique.
It’s a common perception among most that the thinner the brushstrokes, the more intricate and classier a painting is. However, Angela Moulton has turned this perception on its head. Her beautiful paintings, rendered in thick brushstrokes, are a testimony to this.
Mention the word photographer and the mind usually go to one who loves to take photographs or teach photography. But here’s a photographer who not only does this, but also makes customized cameras that are sure to blow your mind.
Marc Fornes is a practicing architect and a sculptor all rolled into one! His mammoth creations are not only delightful to watch but are also unbelievably lightweight. His fertile imagination and sculpting skills help him push the limits of form, structure, and space. Marc’s website ‘theverymany.com’ puts it quite succinctly, “Somewhere between architecture and art, …
The art of Edouard Martinet seems something straight out of science fiction, what with robot-like insects and other objects. It’s thanks to the visualization and imagination of this French artist that makes it possible.
Ever heard of macramé? Well, it’s the art of knotting string in patterns to make decorative articles. And how Sandra de Groot does it is certain to leave you agape! This Dutch artist creates soft macramé sculptures in the form of elaborate headpieces and ornate armor-like tops.
Here’s a South African artist whose works celebrate dark skin, since he’s drawn by the candid innocence of black children, especially those belonging to rural South Africa. He’s Johannesburg-based Nelson Makamo.
Seeing the works of Tung Ming-Chin, an incredible sculptor proves one point: there’s no limit to one’s imagination. While most woodcarvers aim to make figures and objects in their original likeness, Tung goes a step further. He visualizes how a figure or object would look if it were trapped in the fabric.