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The artist draws sharks “floating” in the air

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Toronto artist and sculptor Chris Austin is one of those who seem to love nature, but not the one that is commonly loved in...

Scrap metal sculptures: an original art direction

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Scrap metal in the ordinary sense is something very far from aesthetics. A rusty mixture of pieces of metal, wires, electric motors, and other...

Salvador Dali. The mystery of the last century

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Creativity by Salvador Dali The judgments, actions, Salvador Dali's paintings, all carried a light raid of madness. This man was not just a surrealist painter,...

Bruegel paintings. The most famous masterpieces of the master

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Breughel (1525/30 - 1569) is often referred to as Hieronymus Bosch's successor. Yes, at first glance, part of their work is similar. Breughel, just...

A Natural-Stone Mosaic Facade Punctuated by Dramatic Opal Windows in a...

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In the developing city of Gwanggyo located about 25 kilometers south of Seoul, a high-end Korean department store stands out amongst gray office buildings and other...

Honeycombs and Origami Cranes Dangle in Fragile Stained-Glass Suspensions by Lesley...

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Phoenix-based artist Lesley Green, of Bespoke Glass, merges natural pigments and geometric shapes in her stained-glass pieces. Some of her recent work includes a trio of...

Concentric Circles of Tufted Wool by Artist Tammy Kanat

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“Pines” (2019), wool, linen, silk, fibers, copper frame, 150 x 218 centimeters. All images © Tammy Kanat Beginning with asymmetrical ovals and amorphous shapes, Australian...

‘Parasite’ Fans With Their Own Alternative Movie Posters

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Last year, Bong Joon Ho's Parasites was the first South Korean film to win the Cannes Film Festival Grand Prize, and this year it...

Untamed Flora and Fauna Rendered with Mud in New Multi-Level Mural...

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Part of a solo exhibition titled Gimme Something/To Eat at Anomaly in Tokyo, a multi-level project by Japanese painter Yusuke Asai considers the structure of ecosystems and the relationship between humans,...

Human Backbones and Lotus Leaves Inspire Structural Furniture by Mán-Mán Studio

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Designers Daishi Luo and Zhipeng Tan of Mán-Mán Studio have ensured the stability of otherwise impermanent objects, like delicate lotuses and the human spine. Manipulating copper...