Mixed Arts
Butterflies, textile art by Yumi Okita

Butterflies, textile art by Yumi Okita

North Carolina-based artist Yumi Okita creates beautiful textile sculptures of months, butterflies, and other insects with various textiles and embroidery techniques. The pieces are quite large, measuring nearly a foot wide and contain other flourishes including painting, feathers, and artificial fur. Yumi Okita: etsy Via: thisiscolossal.com
Amazingly unique pieces, the Art of shadows by Teodosio Sectio Aurea

Amazingly unique pieces, the Art of shadows by Teodosio Sectio Aurea

Amazingly unique pieces of art by the magical hands of Teodosio Sectio Aurea, “painted” with shadows and 3D compositions… The autodidact artist from Athens-Greece, intrudes our minds’ comprehensional system, and shows us though his games of shadows a playfully attractive perspective of reality. Every single work of art of his, creates an unexpectable shadow, which...
Spectacular fluorescent bodyscapes by John Poppleton

Spectacular fluorescent bodyscapes by John Poppleton

John was born and raised in the suburbs of Sacramento, CA. He was introduced to photography during his junior year of high school in 1988. He pursued all areas of photography very passionately as a hobby until becoming a professional portrait photographer in 1993, after several friends convinced him to photograph their weddings. It has...
Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini

Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini

Felice Varini is a Swiss artist who exercises his talent for decades. Playing with the perspective of the places he takes pictures, he manages to create “Anamorphic Illusions”. Felice Varini: website Via: fubiz.net
Amazing bottled smoke by Jim Dingilian

Amazing bottled smoke by Jim Dingilian

Jim Dingilian is one of those creative artists who stretch the limits of creativity with their unique and incredibly creative artworks. Jim uses empty glass bottles as a medium to create impressive artworks. In addition he uses candle soot as paint and skewers and needles as brushes in creating stunning sketches. He collects empty liquor...
Gilbert Legrand turns everyday objects into playful characters

Gilbert Legrand turns everyday objects into playful characters

With a creative eye, the casual observer can espy characters or faces in the everyday objects all around us. French artist Gilbert Legrand takes this a step further by painting and otherwise modifying totally mundane objects to turn them into cute characters and give them new life. Legrand lets his active imagination soar by painting...
Sliced glass paintings and portraits by Loren Stump

Sliced glass paintings and portraits by Loren Stump

Master glassblower and stained glass artist Loren Stump in California has wowed the internet with an extraordinary display of virtuosity. He created a “loaf” of glass, called murrine, out of carefully layered glass rods that, when sliced, reveal a painstakingly detailed work of art in cross-section. His greatest work is called “Madonna of the Rocks,”...
Art from the heart by Amanda Cass

Art from the heart by Amanda Cass

“I’m a creative carefree spirit living among the I am a self taught Artist and Amateur photographer that has slowly gravitated to the world of digital art and hasn’t looked back as this is a world of possibilites where my imagination takes over and overflows with ideas… My assignment in this world is to help...
Mother of Pearl, shell skull carvings by Gregory Halili

Mother of Pearl, shell skull carvings by Gregory Halili

Born and raised in the Philippines, New Jersey-based artist Gregory Halili is deeply influenced by the vegetation and wildlife he experienced as a child. His latest series of work involves a fusion of the human form with the natural world in these amazing bas-relief shell skulls. Halili carves and then paints with oil on raw,...
Creative tape art by Erika Simmons

Creative tape art by Erika Simmons

Erika uses old cassette tapes, VHS tapes and old film reels to make these super creative portraits. Erika Simmons: flickr Via: iliketowastemytime.com
Shadow art created using garbage by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Shadow art created using garbage by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary things including rubbish, to make assemblages and then point light to create projected shadows which show a great likeness to something identifiable including self-portraits. The art of projection is emblematic of transformative art. The process of transformation, from discarded waste, scrap metal or even taxidermy creatures to a...
Robot and Sci-Fi Sculpture Night Lights by Tal Avitzur

Robot and Sci-Fi Sculpture Night Lights by Tal Avitzur

This is what happens when a grown man with the mind of a seven-year-old and a love for science fiction goes scavenging at scrap metal yards in southern California. “During a very extended remodel of my Santa Barbara home I began searching metal scrap yards for brass, bronze and copper objects to embed in a...

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