Mention chainsaw and the mind goes to the 1974 horror movie ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’. However, there’s nothing macabre about this chainsaw wielder, called Jim Haggart. In fact, this 38-year-old artist astounds us by the deft use of this contraption to carve mammoth figures.
Ever seen cans of different colored paints spill and merge to form colorful patterns? This is what Seb Duke’s art actually is all about. However, it’s the vibrant colors that he chooses to blend is what makes him an outstanding artist.
If you’ve seen salami being sliced, you’d immediately relate it with the art of Stefan Thelen or mr.super_a, as he identifies himself on his Instagram page. This freelance artist based in Goes, The Netherlands, who calls himself Super A, relies on traditional painting techniques to create works that ask more than they tell.
Alfred Cheng, a thread artist, has this posted on his Instagram page: ‘Life is like a thread. It can be infinite possibilities’. And the thread portraits created by this thread portrait artist lend credence to this adage. What’s so special about Alfred Cheng string art is it’s handmade with a single thread.
Rebecca Davis loves to play with fire, but its end product is always incredible works of art. If this has got you all confused, this artist is an expert at wood burning or pyrography art. Wondering what pyrography art is? It is etching designs on wood with burn marks by means of a heated implement.
Miniature art is fascinating. To paint figures and objects in a small space is an impossible feat for most. But here’s an artist, Bryanna Marie, whose penny art is making waves on the internet.
From the land of the origami, comes Ribbonesia. If you’re wondering what this is, it’s the Japanese art of ribbon sculpting that uses ribbons to create sculptures. And we thought ribbons were meant only to wrap gifts with!
George Tsougkouzidis, who calls himself a freelance creature and character artist, is master of the grotesque and the macabre. And the kind of sculptures he sculpts can send a chill down one’s spine! But the beauty of his figures lies in their details that make his sculptures simply awesome.
Protests are being held the world over against ecological devastation caused by mindless littering and unabated pollution. Unfortunately, these protests do little to prick the conscience of the perpetrators, since they are not hard-hitting enough.
Rogan Brown’s art looks like a kind of fungal growth or bacterial culture. If it does so, it’s not at all surprising. The likeness of his art to naturally organic forms is deliberate and is inspired by scientific illustrations and models. However, his extremely delicate and incredibly detailed relief sculptures are all made out of …
Erik Åberg, a Swedish designer, is gaining popularity through his videos on the internet of what he calls GHOSTKUBE. He creates cuboidal sculptures out of plastic blocks that move. His genius lies in developing a system of interlocking cubes and making the move.