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When scouring through the minute details of artist Cayce Zavaglia’s embroidered portraits (previously), it’s difficult imagine each work is scarecely larger than 8″ x 10″.
Piet Mondrian René Magritte Vincent van Gogh Pablo Picasso Jackson Pollock Georges Seurat Andy Warhol In this quirky series of photos titled Thanksgiving Special, San Francisco-based artist Hannah Rothstein imagines Thanksgiving dinners as plated by famous artists throughout history.
Lisbon-based street artist Bordallo II (previously) recently completed work on two new bird installations, an owl and heron, created from painted trash and other objects affixed to a wall.
While our modern day gadgets are certainly compact and slick, they’re also incredibly boring when compared to the intricate inner-workings of their predecessors.
Chicago-based artist Bruce Riley fills canvases with abstract organic forms made from layer after layer of dripped paint and poured resin.
Mount Gay, the world’s oldest existing rum house from the island of Barbados, has created four video portraits of “Original Spirits” who share their values of heritage, craftsmanship and hands-on artistry.
If you’re interested in advanced techniques for playing with your food, the team at le FabShop just released a series of 14 components you can download, print, and attach to your favorite vegetable, effectivle transforming turnips into helicopters and eggplants into submarines.
Ben #1, 2014. Photo © Kevin Horan. Sherlock #2, 2012. Ella #1, 2014. Photos © Kevin Horan. Carl #1. Photos © Kevin Horan.
View full detail Italian street artist Blu (previously) just wrapped up work on this giant mural that wraps around two sides of a building in Rome.
Brussels-based sculptor Xavier Puente Vilardell turns blocks of wood into twisting, curled objects that look more like scrolls of paper or pieces of fabric than lumber.
Japanese graphic designer and architect Yusuke Oono (previously) released a trio of new laser-cut storybooks including depictions of ‘Jack in the Beanstalk’ and Mount Fuji.
New York-based artist Mary O’Malley (previously) continues her fantastic amalgamations of porcelain dishware encrusted with ocean life titled Bottom Feeders.
In a period of about 90 seconds, this glass artist transforms a molten blob of glass into a horse using little more than a pair of pliers, gravity, and a lifetime of practice.
Back in 2012, former Cal Berkeley quarterback Joe Ayoob broke the Guinness World Record for the longest distance in paper airplane flight using a plane designed and folded by John Collins.
When stopping to consider these masterful ceramic objects by artist by Matthew Chambers, a flood of familiar images came to mind as I tried to understand what I was looking at.
Sheffield-based muralist and artist Phlegm just unveiled this awesome mechanical shark mural for PangeaSeed’s Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans festival in San Diego.
Irish artist Nuala O’Donovan sculpts intricate hand-built porcelain forms that resemble fractal patterns found in nature.
The Art By Chance Ultra Short Film Festival is accepting submissions for 30-second films from all over the world through November 27th.
Switzerland-based illustrator and artist Christo Dagorov has this unusual series of pencil drawings that transform the texture of lips into trees or roots, the aerial layout of a city, and other human forms.
Earlier this year we mentioned Thomas Yang over at 100copies used the prints from bicycle tire treads to create a poster of the Empire State Building.