Child prodigies, like Mozart and Beethoven, are well known the world over, but how about the present-day child prodigies? Well, the good news is that they continue to be discovered in various fields even today. And one of them is Karolina Protsenko, all of nine years!
Mention jewelry and the first thing that comes to mind are the expensive pieces made from gold and silver, encrusted with diamonds and other precious stones. Of course, such jewelry is out of reach for most. But here’s a German jewelry designer, named Britta Boeckmann, who doesn’t use any precious metals or stones to create …
If you’ve collected pebbles, you’d certainly recall getting fascinated by their different shapes, sizes, and colors. However, your interest would’ve certainly not gone beyond just collecting them. But, here’s one pebble collector and artist, Erzsébet Szilajka, who sees every rock as a potential piece of her incredible pebble art.
What can you say of a stay-at-home-mom, who despite tending to her six children and looking after the housework, finds time to create unbelievable crochet dolls? Incredible, to say the least. This amazing lady is Nathalie Amiel from Israel.
We all grew up playing LEGO and know what’s it all about. However, Dante Dentoni artist has transposed this game into a form of art, what with his unique LEGO installations. Such is his love for the LEGO blocks that these still ignite his imagination to create amazing installations.
Have you ever wondered what it’d look like if you put two halves of different faces together into one whole? Well, this is the forte of Dada…no, she has nothing really to do with Dadaism, the artistic movement in modern art.
The hand-drawn illustrations of Marcello Barenghi appear so realistic it makes us forget that they’re just drawings. His illustrations of fruits and other objects are so lifelike that it seems you can simply reach out and pick them up! It’s not surprising that he attracts a viewership of over 540,000 on Instagram alone.
Ever heard of kinetic sand? Well, it’s a kind of special sand that contains silicone oil, which makes it dense and moldable. If you really want to see what this kind of sand can be made to do, visit Sandtagious, and be totally awestruck by its videos.
She’s only 25 and she has already established herself as an artist in the art world! Meet Brooke Cormier, a full-time self-taught Canadian painter, who recreates the beauty of nature into incredibly detailed works of art on canvas.
Some people actually love to take the rough path to create things that could’ve easily been created in a much simpler way. Meet Daniel Agdag artist from Australia, who creates intricate machines and machinery with – can you believe it? – paper and cardboard.
Origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, has come a long way and has evolved. And one of those leading this change is origami artist, Jo Nakashima, who has gained popularity for his shape-shifting origami sculptures.