Rachael Talibart, a gifted photographer, photographs powerful sea waves and freezes them in her photo frames. She then searches for the resemblance of these waves to creatures and names them. So, you have ‘Medusa’, ‘Sedna’, ‘Loki’ and others.
She certainly revives the days of Salvador Dali. Yes, the 20th Century iconic surrealist painter famed for his works like ‘The Persistence of Memory’ and others. Her name is Alexandra Chertulova, more popularly known by her artist name, RaydaEalvay.
Would wonders never cease? First it was the eyebrows that were formed into Christmas trees, then there was full face make-up to get transposed into celebrities and now this woman is giving ‘lip service’ to her lips through lip art to create portraits on her face!
Cosplay is gaining popularity by the day. If you are unfamiliar with the word, it is simply a shortened version of ‘costume’ and ‘play’. People indulging in it, called cosplayers, wear costumes and fashion accessories to turn into a specific character.
Remember the times, how we used to get thrilled when spies changed their identities by changing their appearance. Alas, those days are now almost passéd. However, here is a makeup artist who is reviving this art by transforming herself into celebrities and famous characters through sheer makeup skills.
Can you really sing, if you are unable to hear your own voice and perform a song on stage before thousands of people? Apparently yes. Meet Amanda Lynn Harvey, popularly known as Mandy Harvey, who is not only a deaf American jazz and pop singer but also a songwriter, who earned Simon’s golden buzzer for …
It is certainly rare to find a parent of an internationally known figure being a celebrity in her own right. Meet the 70-year-old mother of Elon Musk, who is much recognized on the social media and glossy magazines.
Cute has another name. It is called creepy cute! One look at the dolls of the creatures created by Anna, you’d know what we mean. Better known as Oso Polar, this Moscow-based Russian doll maker takes pleasure in creating the weird and the wonderful.
This graphic designer and illustrator from Mumbai, India, knows how to mesmerize with her paper typography. If your natural reaction is, “What the heck is paper typography?”, it is the art of crafting letters by hand, using paper.
Seeing the photographs composed by Vanessa Rivera, one can very well conclude that she is an imaginative arranger, since she arranges her subjects in the frame to transpose them into incredible works of art.
If you have seen one paper art, you have seen them all, right? Wrong! The paper art created by this amazing Russian illustrator and animator is something unique.