Famous artists who paint in the most unusual way. Part 2

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We have compiled a selection of interesting authors who use unusual materials and methods. We hope it will inspire you with new ideas!

Otman Tom. Tasteful creativity or food as art

Famous artists who paint in the most unusual way. Part 2 Famous artists who paint in the most unusual way. Part 2

Baghdad artist combines pleasure with creativity. When creating his works, instead of the usual paints, he uses ice cream. His works are similar to watercolors, with a wide range of rich colors. The artist always photographs his work with ice cream leftovers and brushes on canvas, thus showing a small part of the process of turning a favorite dessert into art.

Karen Eland. Reproductions of world masterpieces and coffee

Famous artists who paint in the most unusual way. Part 2

Famous artists who paint in the most unusual way. Part 2

The artist creates paintings using a regular espresso. Karen makes unusually accurate copies of famous paintings, giving them an author’s touch – a cup of coffee. Copies of works by Matisse, Picasso, and Da Vinci came out from under the artist’s brush very realistically.  It is hard to believe that they were created using ordinary coffee. The artist admits that most of all, she loves to work in coffee shops as the warm atmosphere there is extremely inspiring for her.

Judith Braun. Fingering from an unusual American woman

Famous artists who paint in the most unusual way. Part 2

The artist uses her fingers and coal dust to create her intricate paintings. It is this direction of the artist’s work, who has been working in various techniques for over 30 years, that enjoys immense popularity, especially the series Symmetrical procedures and Diamond dust. Judith herself does not consider her work to be art in its purest form.

Kira Ayn Varszegi. The breast can be a tool for creating pictures

Famous artists who paint in the most unusual way. Part 2

The American artist uses her own chest instead of brushes when painting.  Her abstract paintings are in great demand, and Kira herself is popular on the net. The creative artist is not yet represented at exhibitions and in modern galleries, but her paintings are sold on the Internet quickly and for good money.

Paolo Troilo. Monochrome paintings from an Italian self-taught artist

Famous artists who paint in the most unusual way. Part 2

Paolo Troilo had a successful business career, learned to paint on his own, and in 2007 was named the best Italian creative artist. The master paints pictures with acrylic paints without the help of any tools, only with his fingers. A distinctive feature of his paintings is a monochrome scale, the mystery, and realism of the beauty of the male body.

 

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