It’s quite evident from the works of the artist Adam Riches that he must’ve been a master doodler in his childhood! Jokes apart, this extraordinary artist scribbles a confusion of irregular lines, that skitter and loop across the paper, to emerge as amazing portraits.
It’s certainly doesn’t seem normal for a young 21-year-old budding model to switch her career focus midway. But this is exactly what Gina Box has done. Instead of continuing to walk the ramp as a model, that she’d been doing from her teenage days, she ventured into fashion blogging. It’s not that she wasn’t successful …
What tools does an artist use? Brushes and palettes, you’d say. But, do you know that Boubou Niang, who uses the sobriquet of Boubou Design, can paint with whatever he can lay his hands on & Not only this, but he can also draw with his eyes closed or standing behind the canvas!
If you’ve ever tried your hand at affixing screws to a wall, you’d know how difficult it is to fix them straight. Now, here’s an artist, who’s not only an expert in affixing them, but creates art using thousands of screws! Meet California-based Andrew Myers, who is gaining fame for his incredible art that he …
Vitiligo is a non-contagious disease where the skin loses its color in blotches. And, if it appears on the face, it can make one unsightly. The worst affected by this condition are the children.
What happens to scrap metal? It mostly finds its way back to the melting furnace to be cast anew. However, here’s one sculptor, who recycles scrap metal in his own unique way. He’s Brian Mock, a master sculptor, who uses an amazing combination of technical skill, imagination, and experience to create incredible pieces of art …
Ceramic pieces in beautiful shapes are commonplace, even the ones decorated with flowers and designs. But here’s a ceramicist who displays exceptional skills to mold such unique patterns with shards of clay that you can only marvel at her magic.
By the looks of his 3D street paintings, Pierrot, a French street artist, seems to revel not only in creating a variety of frightening and creepy animals and creatures, but also in painting people, including himself, in macabre settings. His mind-blowing, large-scale 3D illusions are both unsettling and fascinating.
From a distance, his circular wooden creations look like a radiating sun and his inverted compositions seem like stalactites hanging from above. However, on closer inspection, these turn out to be miniature cityscapes, comprising buildings of all sizes, kinds, and designs.
What can you say of an artist, who declares on her website “I use colors as three-dimensional elements, like layers, in order to create spaces, not as a finishing touch applied to surfaces?” Certainly, an out-of-the-box thinker. Meet Emmanuella Moureaux, a French architect, who resides in Tokyo, Japan.
As if metal sculpting wasn’t difficult enough, Darius Hulea uses wires to create portraits. And it’s not just any portrait that he sculpts, but those of iconic historical figures.