Lex Talkington’s creations are something straight out of sci-fi movies. Made from mechanical and electronic waste, his mechanical robot-like sculptures inculcate modern technology. He’s one artist who has combined his training as a graphic designer and software engineer to create sculptures that are most awe-inspiring.
Grotesque and horrifying his creations may appear, but they’re being lapped up by people. This is because Demitri Bakogiorgis hand carves and crafts all his jewelry to perfection. Have a look at his amazing products displayed in all their glory on his website, The Fire Jewelry.
Art is all about ideas borne out of the imagination of the most fertile kind. And Vincent Leroy, a contemporary French artist based in Paris, France, has dollops of it. Just one look at his kinetic sculptures is enough to get anyone fascinated.
The installations created by this outstanding architect, designer, and artist from St. Petersburg, Russia, are making a splash in cities. And why not? His name has a splash in it! Meet Victor Splash, a 3D muralist, who erects gigantic installation in public places with such architectural precision that it never fails to impress the public. …
As if Nature’s incredible creations were not enough, comes this sculptor who strives to improve upon Mother Nature! Meet Vincenzo Scuruchi, a self-taught sculptor, who revels in creating amazing sculptures out of fruits and vegetables, using fruit carving techniques.
He lovingly calls it his ‘wearable art’ and he renders it on both clothes and footwear, mostly on sports shoes. Meet Cameron Pickstock, whose hand-painted wearable art is making waves on the internet. And his art is simply incredible!
You’ve got to hand it over to the comic writers and illustrators to create objects of fascination that ignite the imagination of their readers. One such fictional mystical object was displayed in Marvel comics and in the movie, ‘Doctor Strange’ produced by Marvel Cinematic Universe films. This was the Eye of Agamotto.
Most artists use a plethora of vibrant colors in their paintings, but here’s an artist who doesn’t believe in using colors at all. He uses pen and ink to create black and white sketches of London’s architecture in intricate details.
If you want to see everyday objects being used most creatively, just have a look at the works of Javier Pérez, a web and graphic designer, and an audiovisual producer. His creative eye turns even an ordinary paperclip into a trumpet or pencil shavings into a treetop!
The art world never fails to surprise. You only need to have a look at Benjamin Shine’s creations. He describes his art as ‘painting with fabric’, where he creates art from lengths of tulle! For this, he has gained global recognition in the fashion industry.
Ceramics never fail to impress. From the times of Chinese Ming vases to the present day, ceramics have held a special place in the hearts of lovers of ceramic ware. Annie Quigley has carried this art forward through her website, Quigley Ceramics.