~ Friday, March 7 ~
Art Made from Electronic Wires
Artist Charis Tsevis (previously at Neatorama) makes beautiful images out of all kinds of media you wouldn’t normally associate with art. He has a series of works made from colorful electronic wires.
~ Tuesday, March 4 ~
MAGICAL LANDSCAPES CREATED INSIDE A 200-GALLON FISH TANK
NYC-based artist Kim Keever makes photographs that double as lush, dreamy landscape paintings, and we bet you’ll be surprised about how he creates them. Each unique landscape is the product of a handcrafted diorama and a 200-gallon fish tank. Keever starts out by building a set from found and sourced materials, placing it either in front of or behind the tank. He then fills the tank with water and gingerly injects paint into the water to create cloud formations.
~ Monday, March 3 ~
22-Year-Old Designer Stunningly Blends Art with Fashion
Michelle Hébert is a 22-year-old up-and-coming designer that creates fashion that seems larger than life. Her dream is to produce her first professional collection focusing on artistic pieces like the ones you see here.
~ Thursday, February 27 ~
The Ultimate Pop Culture Alphabet
Illustrator Jeff Victor has a new series called The Ultimate Pop Culture Alphabet. It was an excuse to draw characters that wouldn’t fit into his other art series, and the result is absolutely neat. They run from Ariel to Zombie, with superheroes, sci-fi characters, storybook friends, and video game icons in between.
~ Wednesday, February 26 ~
James G Hancock
New York City
Every. Single. One. James G. Hancock is Trying to Draw All the Buildings in New York City
Brooklyn-based Australian, James Gulliver Hancock, has set out to catalogue all the buildings in the Big Apple, from famous skyscrapers to ubiquitous brownstones, and he’s doing it by drawing each and every building.
~ Sunday, February 23 ~
Lee Kyu Hak
The Classics Recreated As Mosaics of Newspaper
By wrapping different colored strips of newspaper, magazines, and tissue paper around small pieces of wood, Korean artist Lee Kyu-Hak has found the perfect way to imitate some of the greatest artists of all time.
~ Saturday, February 22 ~
Idyllic Oceanside Landscapes Photographed by Andrew Smith
Smith shoots mostly in locations around his home in New Zealand where he captures breathtaking oceanside landscapes both in and out of water.
The Surreal, Infrared Photography of David Keochkerian
These infrared photographs taken by France-based photographer David Keochkerian look like bizarre, saturated landscapes created from a Dr. Seuss illustration. Seasons seem reversed, with white trees appearing in spring, and bushes are transformed into something that looks like fragile blades of bubble gum.
Time in Motion
Qi Wei Fong
Several months ago we featured a photographic series called Time is a Dimension by artist Qi Wei Fong that depicted layered collages of landscapes and cityscapes photographed over a 2-4 hour period. Fong has since taken the project a step further by animating the images in this new series called Time in Motion. The new photos, shot in locations around China, show the change in light at sunrise or sunset through angular rays and concentric circles that shimmer as time passes.
~ Thursday, February 13 ~
Pencil vs. Camera Goes Huge: 3D Charcoal and Pencil Drawings by Ben Heine