usa

The Beauty of Nature Encased in Glass

Though it may seem implausible, these translucent orbs bursting with activity and life are made entirely from glass. The New Jersey-based artist Paul Stankard, largely considered to be the father of modern glass paperweights, discovered in college the scientific glass blowing and the manual process of creating scientific instruments out of glass. He was instantly hooked […]

140-year-old Tree Reproduction

Recently unveiled at the MadArt space in Seattle, Middle Fork is the lastest sculptural work by artist John Grade who worked with countless volunteers to realize this enormous scale mold of a 140-year-old tree. The process began a year ago when Grade and a crew of assistants scaled a Western Hemlock tree in North Bend, […]

San Francisco, 1 Man and 3000 Toothpicks

Thirty five years ago Scott Weaver  had already begun work on this insanely complex kinetic sculpture, Rolling through the Bay, that he continues to modify and expand even today. The elaborate sculpture is comprised of multiple “tours” that move pingpong balls through neighborhoods, historical locations, and iconic symbols of San Francisco, all recreated with a little […]

Sculptures Full of Cities

Psychogeography is the act of exploring an urban environment with an emphasis on curiosity and drifting. Or, more colloquially put , a “toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities.” In his most recent series “Psychogeographies,” Dustin Yellin uses multiple layers of glass, each covered in detailed imagery, to create a single intricate, three-dimensional collage with […]

Matchboxes’ Art

Will Picaro is an artist based in Westfield, NJ. He is a freelance artist specializing in Matchbook decoration, he can  transform used  and brand new matchbooks into pocket-sized colorful portraits. He started drawing on matchbooks a little over two years ago  and has accumulated a large collection of animals, movie characters and his own renditions of famous works of art.   […]

Memorial Dice Portait

Canadian artist and designer Tobias Wong  died last year at the young age of 35, or more specifically, 13,138 days. In tribute, his friend Frederick McSwain  created this immense portrait of Wong entitled Die using 13,138 dices as part of the BrokenOff BrokenOff exhibition at Gallery R’Pure  in NYC in memoriam to the artist during […]

Jenny’s Photography

Jenna is a fine art and underwater photographer based out of Billings, Montana where she lives with her fiancé Chris, their 2 dogs (Smoltz and Maddux) and their 4 cats (Flo, Study Buddy, Tank and Carl). After acquiring her Master’s in Psychiatric Rehabilitation, she made a drastic career change into the field of photography where she […]

Imaginary Photography by Kyle Thompson

A couple of years ago, Kyle Thompson  became interested in photography. Unfortunately, his anxiety prevented him from talking to people, so he opted to experiment with self-portraits. He would spend hours, even days, walking alone through forests and exploring abandoned houses. He’s been to over 50 of them. After taking hundreds of photos, he posted […]

Art, History and Racism

“I’ve always been fascinated by history: art history, American history, world history, individual history – how history is written, recorded, distorted, exploited, reimagined, and understood.  In my work I explore the materiality of reconstructive history.  I paint and I sculpt, often borrowing from the historical canon, and then alter the work in some way.  I […]

Mini Beautiful Urban Landscapes

Michigan-based artist Taylor Mazer recently crafted incredibly small drawings that are no larger than your average pencil. He has a keen eye for the city. But what you won’t find in his work are postcard views of famous monuments. Rather Mazer favors the less glamorous side of the city. Street signs, lamp polls, highways and electrical lines […]

The City Series | Vision of a post-apocalyptic world

Lori Nix isn’t your typical photographer. Actually, she’s more of a sculptor. These emotional scenes show her vision of life after the apocalypse, but that’s not the only thing that makes these photographs amazing — it’s how they are created: Most of the tiny elements are made by hand and assembled on a tabletop, with […]

Moments Like These | Disney Character in a Real Black and White World

The New York photographer Harry McNally extracts Disney characters in their colorful universe and cleverly superimposed them on black and white urban scenes like the subway, a doctor’s office, or a nightclub. The essence of the characters takes a whole new flavor.   Source: wikigag

Pencil Sculptures

Only Jennifer Maestre, an artist based in Massachussetts, creats sculpturesout of pencils. She was inspired by the sea urchins, and she tried to create them with a lot of different material, even with nails! During an interview she explained why: “The spines of the urchin, so dangerous yet beautiful, serve as an explicit warning against […]

The Daily Duty

Given all the big decisions that today’s world leaders often have to struggle with everyday, it can be easy to forget that they’re people too. An Italian artist, Cristina Guggeri, however, hasn’t forgotten though, and she’s out to remind the rest of us with a series of images that humanize some of the world’s most famous leaders. With the […]

Kenny, the tiger with Down Syndrome

Tigers are fantastic animals and at the same time dangerous but what succeden when man interferes with nature? Kenny is a white tiger that was selected in captivity at a zoo in the United States. Kenny is mentally retarded, has significant physical limitations, and is considered as the first tiger with down syndrome. This is […]

Human pixels

The californian artist Craig Alan can paint eveything with his human pixel, from VIP’s portraits to monuments. He paints a lot of little human figures that he uses to create images. It looks like a overhead photo where a lot of people is gather together to create a beautiful image. Impressive, isn’t it? Take a […]

Art of Frozen

All that is liquid and has to do with the water during the winter completely changes the face. Ponds, lakes and other water holes seem to mutate into fantasy scenarios. Our eyes are lost between the lines of these beauties and surreal colors, much to push us to walk over such beauty. More info: Boredpanda