Usually, portraits depict the actual condition of the face of the subject at the time of painting. But here’s an artist whose images change depending upon which angle one looks at it from! Meet Sergi Cadenas, whose brilliant and unique work is delighting the viewers. What’s surprising is this artist is totally self-taught.
Creating a terrarium is a great way to keep a little green indoors. It’s not only beautiful to look at but requires minimal maintenance. Speaking of beauty, you’ve to see to believe the incredible terrariums created by Cida Rodrigues. Her arrangements inside the closed glass containers never cease to awe.
In the current times of addictive junk foods and unhealthy products, Mei Yee’s plant-based preparations come as a great alternative. Her tempting creations are displayed on her website – nmmeiyee.com. These wholesome preparations include breakfast, main and side dishes, healthy desserts and beverages.
What do you do with your old newspapers? Obviously, discard them and give them for recycling. However, Atsushi Adachi, a Japanese visual artist, uses them to create incredible miniature replicas of historic artifacts, such as spacesuit worn by Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon, iconic battleships and much more.
You can call Steve Giralt the pioneer of ‘visual engineering’ that integrates photography, video and modern imaging technologies. Evidently, this Cuban photographer is not your run-of-the-mill photographer, but someone who “loves to push the limits of technology and image-making to create cool visuals for clients across the globe”.
What does a student of botany usually become? A botanist perhaps or a plant researcher or, more often than not, a botany teacher. But, this lover of botany was so enamored with her subject that she chose to become a mural artist to be able to display the wide array of beautiful plants on buildings …
It has to be a sheer genius to translate the intricacies and delicate details of natural forms and structures into metal while retaining the same delicacy and fineness. This scientific illustrator turned metal sculptor, does exactly that. She’s Penny Hardy, a British artist, who has a way to breathe life into metal.