This is how an artist looks objects around him. We have seen artist using everyday objects as art in our previous posts : Creativity with everyday objects around you and Art with fruits and vegetables.
Beautiful miniature paper castle model is built using paper. This incredible piece of papercraft was at display at exhibition named Umi no Ue no Oshiro (A Castle On the Ocean ). This artwork is done by Japanese artist Wataru Itou.
These fascinating towers are located in Missigauga,Canada. Titled Absolute Towers are designed by Ma Yansong of MAD Architects. These curvy towers are nicknamed Marilyn Monroe by locals. Design house says about it,”The entire building rotates by different degrees at different levels, corresponding with the surrounding
This innovative bookshelf is installed in Berlin, Germany by BAUFACHFRAU in 2008. They used trunks of fallen trees as shelves. Books are available through a program “Bookcrossing”.
Check out this creative photography series titled Genetic Portraits by Ulric Collette. In these portraits, Ulric combines portraits of family members to visualize similarities. For the project, Ulric used split pics of parents and children, twins, siblings and cousins.
These breathtaking oil paintings of anthropomorphic landscapes is created by Fulvio Di Piazza.
This art portrait of the chef René Redzepi is done by Mexican creative studio Golpeavia. Studio was hired to make a portrait of Redzepi for the cover of ClasePremier magazine, but Golpeavia decided to create it using food. René Redzepi is Danish chef and co-owner
This awesome machine is created by Dutch company Vanku BV for automated brick paving. Road printing machine named Tiger Stone is not completely automatic and requires 2-3 workers to put bricks in it.
Here are some amazing and realistic charcoal portrait drawing by Arunava Bid.Arunava is a self taught artist based in Kolkata(Calcutta),India.He specializes in graphite and charcoal drawings.
Lovely 3D animated Japanese flip books .