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Guy Billout is a French-born/New-York-based illustrator whose works have been featured in prestigious publications like The New Yorker, The New York Times, New York Magazine and The Atlantic.
The technical term is ceramicist, something I didn’t know until researching Mr.Matthew Chambers. Chambers is a true artisan and so his works don’t really look like anything you’d see in grandma’s china cabinet.
Korean illustrator John Chae has a very distinctive style that falls on the stranger side of Tumblr art.
I’m not really sure where to begin. Is it art imitating art? Art transforming life? These thoughts and more were the result of an interesting new series from artist Mattias Leutwyler called ‘Behind the Glory.’ At first glance it may not be apparent, but each of his new drawings is a collaboration with another artist.
Most people have never heard of Kowloon City, a large housing structure in Hong Kong that was once known as the most densely populated area on the planet.
Whether you’re picky or porky, we all have a way of filling our plates at Thanksgiving. It’s the power of repetition, I suppose, and we’ve all been working on it since we were tikes, barely able to see over the turkey.
Truth is, when we were kids, we didn’t love fame as much as today’s youth – it was all about experience.
YouTube channel Tragedy & Hope makes inspiration its mission. Using a media platform that often symbolizes a downward spiral of cat videos, this channel amps up the humanity.
There can be an elegance to science illustrations. Clear and simple illustrated texts have long been inspiration for artists, the scientific community, outdoor enthusiasts and others.
German photographer Markus Reugels seeks to capture what he calls “magic moments” by using water, color and light.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has commissioned a series of street and mural artworks spanning more than two kilometers in nine different locations.
New York-based photographer Matthew Pillsbury recently made his second pilgrimage to the flamboyant city of Tokyo.
An award-winning Filipino artist is using the power of the sun’s rays to create beautiful, detailed drawings on wooden boards.
An abandoned salt mine in Romania was transformed into a dazzling museum and recreation space. The attraction called ‘Salina Turda’ has been ranked by Business Insider as one of the world’s most spectacular destinations.
Tokyo-based Sagaki Keita makes insanity-inducing compositions of classical and famous works of art. Her unique process combines thousands of tiny figure and face cartoons to form realistic renderings of the subjects.
Keng Lye is a Singapore-based artist who brings aquatic creatures to life with his 3D acrylic paintings, which look so real they could easily pass as photographs.
So the cartoons are taking selfies now… should have known it would come to this. Although I’ve got to say this lot is pretty funny.
‘Debbie Does Cakes’ is a California-based cake studio that offers custom sculpted cakes exclusively designed by its resident cake artist Debbie Goard.
Clive Madison is a wire sculptor – something of an ambiguous term, until you sample his work. Madison works with only full length wire strands, never cut, glued, or soldered, but twisted into beautiful manifestations of nature’s giants.
They’re both sparkly and strange. The unlikely combination of doll parts and beaded surfaces has resulted in intriguing mixed-media sculptures by Betsy Youngquist.