Mixed Arts
Clay Opera - Ceramics handmade by Marta Turowska

Clay Opera – Ceramics handmade by Marta Turowska

Warsaw, Poland-based artist Marta Turowska creates these whimsical bowls and plates that feature our favorite animals like cats, hedgehogs and whales. Her works are all made completely by hand on a potter’s wheel and then the animals’ tiny features are painted on. “Every mug, salt cellar or plate created at my studio has its history,...
Paper dolls by Maki Hino

Paper dolls by Maki Hino

“1993 Started making ball-jointed doll under Simon Yotsuya at ‘Ecole de Simon’. 1997 Learned to make doll under Ryo Yoshida at ‘Pygmalion’. Now, I make dolls with seashells and paper dolls. I’m fascinated by ‘human-shape’.” Maki Hino: website
Gyotaku by Heather Fortner

Gyotaku by Heather Fortner

In her nature-inspired works of art, Heather Fortner not only depicts the forms of fish, but does so using the actual bodies of the fish. The technique is called gyotaku (魚 gyo “fish” + 拓 taku “rubbing”), a traditional Japanese method of fish printing that originated in the mid-19th century as a way for fishermen...
Moods and emotions, enigmatic mixed media by Pierre-Paul Pariseau

Moods and emotions, enigmatic mixed media by Pierre-Paul Pariseau

Pierre-Paul Pariseau is an artist and illustrator working for a wide range of international clients. He also exhibits his work regularly. Awards include: Gosee Awards finalist 2014 (Berlin, Germany) Latin American Ilustracion 3. Creative Quarterly magazine (U.S.A.) #16, #21, #26 and #34. Semi-Permanent08 (Australia), #8. C.A.P.I.C. (Canada), 13 times. Images (Best of British Illustration), #24,...
Eye-art by Tal Peleg

Eye-art by Tal Peleg

“My name is Tal Peleg. Art has been a huge part of my life ever since I can remember myself. I love illustration, photography and makeup, and the eye-art is my way of mixing all of these passions together by using the eye as my canvas. Makeup is an amazing form of art, and I...
Marianna Khodakova: Exclusive print collection for Vida Shop

Marianna Khodakova: Exclusive print collection for Vida Shop

“My name is Marianna. I live and create in Tel-aviv. I’ve dedicated my life to an art since my early years. I’m working with the unique technic of palette-knife, which brings into my paintings saturated depth and original texture, along with my natural color expression and sense of composition. Many of my works are now...
Mikäel Surget: World Famous, damaged mannequins of Toronto

Mikäel Surget: World Famous, damaged mannequins of Toronto

“World Famous a birthday trip to kensington market sparked a mannequin hunt. i know they are inanimate objects, but i see pain and struggle” “The photos I take capture a moment in time in which I seek to find an element that resonates with the journey I am on. Deconstructing the image, like I have...
Mirrored Ziggurat by Shirin Abedinirad

Mirrored Ziggurat by Shirin Abedinirad

“In this installation I have been inspired by the pyramidal structure of Ziggurat, a common form of temple in ancient Mesopotamia, attempting to connect earth and sky, so humans could be nearer to god. The Mirrored Ziggurat acts as a staircase, which seeks to connect nature with human beings and to create union of ancient...
"Between Light And It's Absence" at the Cultural Conference Center of Heraklion, Crete

“Between Light And It’s Absence” at the Cultural Conference Center of Heraklion, Crete

Teodosio Sectio Aurea, the painter of shadows, will be presenting his first personal exhibition in Crete!     The Athenian self-taught artist, Teodosio Sectio Aurea, creates unique pieces of art, using metal to create shadows. His complicated, almost chaotic metal artwork, seem to be beautiful but confusing to anyone looking at them for the first...
Tatiana Lazaryuk, plasticine pictures

Tatiana Lazaryuk, plasticine pictures

“A year ago I returned to my school hobby and began doing plasticine pictures – actually because I lost my drawing skills long ago and was too lazy to start learning again. And I found it more interesting to realize my creative ideas this way. Working with plasticine you can experiment a lot, try something...
Give trash a second chance - dazzling sculptural eyewear by Cyrus Kabiru

Give trash a second chance – dazzling sculptural eyewear by Cyrus Kabiru

Cyrus Kabiru currently practices in Nairobi. He is a self taught painter and sculptor. His paintings are often humorous portrayals of contemporary living within Kenya. Kabiru adopts the role of a flâneur, the observer, explorer, and lounger using his paintings as the output for his experiences. His sculptural work embodies his role as a “collector”...
Felt art By Mariana

Felt art By Mariana

“My name is Marina and I am a Bulgarian applied artist. I live and work in Sofia, where we have a small art gallery my family. I like to combine Bulgarian traditional designs with a new trend, to experiment with different techniques and materials to design and craft dolls, jewelry, fashion accessories, carpets and other...

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