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.
You must’ve seen pixilated art in various forms, but Johan Karlgren, a Swedish conceptual and urban street artist, who also goes by the name of Pappas Pärlor, has stepped it up by turning pixilated art into interactive street art. By doing so, he aims to make his surroundings more fun.
The only thing you really require to appreciate the art of this amazing artist is a perfect vision and a magnifying glass! This is because this Turkish artist, who was born in Bursa, Turkey, in 1959, delves into the micro level, creating micro art that is truly awesome.
Here’s an amazing jewelry designer Ilya, who captures nature in his pendants and other pieces of jewelry. His Instagram page names him as the_zelen. What’s surprising is this 30-year-old Russian artist from Novosibirsk, Siberia didn’t realize his God’s gift till last year! It was only about then that he started creating jewelry. And they immediately …
If there’s a term ‘tress master’, it’ll be completely appropriate for this amazing artist named Helen Morgun. This is because, this Russian artist is a lover of colorful hair and likes to imagine the present-day celebrities, mainly women celebrities, as her favorite princesses. And the way she paints them, beautiful tresses and all, is something …
Curved lines are certainly not for this artist, he expresses himself as fluently on paper, as also in sculptures, using only angular and geometric forms. Meet Adam Lister, aptly described by someone as a creator of ‘cubist-pixelated-Nintendo alternate universe’.
You’ve seen artists use a number of tools for creating art, such as paints and brushes, chalks, charcoals, threads, clays, metals…the list is endless. However, here’s an artist, who doesn’t require any such tools, but only a hirsute head or body and a trimmer!
Mention miniatures and the name of Caroline McFarlane-Watts is certain to figure. So realistic and detailed are the miniatures of this miniaturist, sculptor, and writer that they got her a break in the art department of Harry Potter at Leavesden Studios to help create a miniature scale model of Hogsmeade village.