If you find real-looking, ready-to-eat food resting on a soap dish in a bathroom, don’t eat it! This is because it’s a soap in the form of delectable food. Surprised? This is the handiwork of Julia Popova, who hails from St. Petersburg, Russia. Making realistic food soap is her passion.
It’s difficult to imagine that tissue paper can be used in any other way other than what it’s meant for. However, you’ve to hand it over to Marianne Eriksen-Scott Hansen, an artist, who not only uses it for her art but does so brilliantly. Her claim to fame is making intricate and lifelike paper blossoms …
The delicate flowers that adorn Siew Heng Boon’s 3D jelly cakes appear so fragile that it’s certainly difficult for anyone to eat the jelly cake lest the artistic masterpiece gets destroyed! Boon, who goes by the name of Jelly Alchemy on her Instagram page, is an Australian artist residing in Sydney.
Have you ever got awestruck merely by seeing intricate wood or stone carvings? Well, those carvings are nothing compared to what this baking artist does on her flour-covered creations. This North Carolina-based creative baker is Hannah, who’s known as Blondie and Rye on her Instagram page.
If you’ve not heard of foil art, we don’t blame you. This is because it’s a rare and delicate form of art that only a few pursue. And one of the greatest ones doing that is Jessica Cooper. Her foil art is so mesmerizing that it has to be seen to be believed.
Art can take bizarre forms is evident from what Dina Amin, an industrial designer, does. If you’re wondering why the first letter of her first name is not capitalized, it’s because she has issues with capital ‘Ds’!
If you’re familiar with crochet, you’d know how intricate this art is, what with interlocking loops of yarn, thread, strands and other materials done by means of a crochet hook. The reason why crochet pieces are usually smaller in size. However, Stephanie Pokorny’s size really doesn’t matter. This amazing crochet artist makes full crochet dresses!
Mention paper sculptures and the thought usually goes to the Japanese traditional art of Origami. However, what Asya Kozina and Dmitriy Kozin create out of paper is certainly mind-blowing! This duet not just creates run-of-the-mill paper sculptures, but actually explores the possibilities through cultural research of different historical, traditional and artistic renderings.
If you happen to watch Cindy Lane paint in one of her videos, you’ll certainly be mesmerized by it. The way she makes the paint flow into her illustration, imparting the exact hue that she desires, is something to be seen to be believed. This is what makes the wet-in-wet technique of this award-winning artist …
She’s of the age when she shouldn’t even be drinking coffee, but what Daphne Tan does is certainly several notches above what regular latte artists do. This 17-year-old, who goes by the name ‘Periperipeng’, creates mind-boggling 3D whipped foam ‘sculptures’ that pop out from coffee mugs!
It’s really surprising that a two-and-a-half-year-old girl was permitted to handle a pair of scissors by her parents at that tender age! For any toddler her age, clippers are always a big no-no. There was a reason why Judith Hope was allowed this because from her childhood itself she was in love with creating things …