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.
It had to happen sooner or later…yes, origami being mated with geometry! It’s thanks to Anna Kruhelska, visual artist and a practicing architect, who developed this unique style. She’s an expert in art and design and uses her expertise and creativity to create origami in geometric patterns.
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.
We all have probably grown up playing with Lego bricks, making angular objects, animals, cars, machines and what have you. This passing fancy usually dies down after we overgrow it. But, it seems some of us don’t! Meet Jaime Sánchez who has taken Lego to the next level. This art director, the visual artist and …