John Pugh is an American artist known for painting murals on the facades that give the illusion of three-dimensional scene behind the wall. Pugh has been creating his murals since the late 1970s.
Forks, tea spoons, tea kettles, bolts and a dozen other metal scraps have found themselves creatively manipulated by the hands of Brian Marshall. He has created a website for these little fellows that’s more like a foster home filled with robots waiting for people to take them. No, they aren’t small Terminators. Brian Marshall ensnared the nurturing instinct of every human being and has channeled it to these metal hearted children.
Still remember the beautiful and creative bento boxes? A Malaysian mother Samantha Lee created something similar for her kid. In her fairy tale-styled plates of food, you can Snoopy, Batman, Angry Bird and Lady Gaga on the plate, cool!!
Milan-based Italian illustrator and graphic designer Marcello Barenghi creates hyperrealistic drawings of ordinary objects that boggle the mind. It's hard to believe that the artist uses a standard set of art supplies to reproduce the likeness of everyday items, including anything from a bag of chips or bottle of whiskey to a crumpled up banknote.
A new art installation that makes it appear as though someone is stuck under a building has caused a stir.
As we approach the summer season superhero fans are eagerly awaiting the handful of blockbuster films set to release in the coming weeks. No matter if you’re a DC or Marvel fan, there are plenty of movies coming out this summer to please everyone including The Dark Knight Rises, The Amazing Spider-Man, and the collection of Marvel superheroes in The Avengers.
From a very first look at these wonderfully detailed colored pencil sculptures by Jennifer Maestre, it should come as no surprise that her artwork was initially inspired by spiny sea urchins – beautiful be dangerous to the touch.
Photographer Horacio Salinas makes a habit out of transforming simple everyday objects in unusual scenarios and original shots. Based in New York, the conceptual still life photographer has worked with publications such as Vogue, New York Times and GQ for fashion editorials and articles.
Over the last 10 years, italian artist Maurizio Savini has been creating a series of sculptures using thousands of pieces of chewing gum. His works have been exhibited internationally and some of his pieces have sold for over US$55,000. Meet below some of his best artworks.
The sculptural Magistral Cabinet created by New York-based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz continues the artist’s investigation into the boundaries between functionality and symbolism walking the fine line between art and design. No less than 80,000 of such bamboo sticks were used to cover the whole surface of the cabinet, a process that involved a team of 12 woodworkers working on the Magistral Cabinet for six weeks to complete it. The Magistral Cabinet has a lot of compartments that can slide open to offer you enough storage space for all your needs and a protective shell that seems to keep intruders away at all costs.