What is fascinating about art is it can use a variety of mediums and materials, since creativity knows no bounds. Meet Zenyk Palagniuk, a Ukranian artist based in Dallas, USA, who’s enthralling all with nails and stretched thread.
The works of Aravis Dolmenna literally ooze creativity. This is because her compositions use fluids and liquids of all kinds. This has helped her build a unique brand identity that people immediately recognize. What’s great about her creations is the diversity it displays.
What does a dog lover do, if she has 12 adorable Corgis? Well, instead of feeding them through her own pocket, open a café and charge the customers to feed them, making it a win-win situation for both!
Remember the childhood game where you had to draw a figure without lifting your pen or pencil? Well, the works created by Differantly, also known as DFT, are no different! Differantly is the name adopted by a French creative duo, who share time for their work between Paris and Berlin.
He’s is certainly a master of foreshortening…yes, the art of drawing or photographing objects or people, so that they look smaller or closer together than they actually are. Meet Pietro Cataudella, born in 1991. He’s of Sicilian origin, but a Tuscan by adoption.
If you find Ryan Kelly’s lip art a bit grotesque or out of the ordinary, you’re certainly not with times. Her lip art is making waves on the internet and enjoys a following of more than 77,000 fans on Instagram alone.
Every toy tells a story. This is what this innovative photographer is out to prove. He’s Radiansyah Sukmana, who goes by the name @agamdadam on Instagram, and he takes toys and makes them come alive!
Needle and lacework are nothing new. You’ve seen your grandmothers do it. But Ágnes Herczeg, a Hungarian artist, infuses her lacework with contemporary materials, turning them into amazing works of art. And what’s even more incredible is she creates her needle workpieces only a few inches tall.
It was probably their common interests that brought these two French artists, Lucie Thomas, and Thibault Zimmerman, together to establish Zim&Zou, a French studio based in Nancy, France. Lucie, born in the Vosges in 1987 and Thibault in Paris in 1986, met each other while undergoing a three-year graphic design course that included design, publishing, …
Whether it’s garlic cloves, flowers, locks, pencil sharpeners or even pencil shavings, nothing escapes this wonderful visual artist in using them in her illustrations to create something incredible. Meet Noelia Medina Navarro, based in Tomelloso, Spain, who is amazingly creative with everyday objects.
Even if you love pancakes, you’d not want to eat the ones baked by this father-son duo. This is because they turn it into works of art, rather than something tempting to eat. What’s more, they prefer to remain anonymous. All we know about them is they hail from Melbourne, Australia and identify themselves as …