Monday, January 20, 2020

Fine art

The Artist Jordan Clayton’s Creates His Works From The Exploring Microscope Imagery Of Single-celled...

Jordan Clayton’s most recent body of work focuses on the microbiology available from the artist’s own body. As Clayton describes his artistic process for this series: “I explore microscope imagery of single-celled organisms, bacterium, viruses,...

Tamsin van Essen modern sculpture

British ceramicist Tamsin van Essen is fascinated by what she describes as the “the fragile boundary between attraction and repulsion,” a place where tension is created by the visible and the obscured. For her...

Artist Annalùigia Boeretto creates incredible sculptures from a “blast” resin

Italian artist Annaluigia Boeretto (aka Annalù) imagines a world filled with liquid, where the pages of books or the petals of flowers seem to splash in every direction. The Venice-based artist works primarily with...

“My Heart is All A Flutter” (c) David Kracov

Regarding the start of Spring, and the colorful idea that the word reminds us, today I present the most colorful metal sculptures, just like the epoch demands. Meet David Kracov amazing metal sculptures. He...

Studio E.O Presents Misshapen Glass Vases on the Angular Stone Platforms

Indefinite Vases is a recent project by multidisciplinary design practice Studio E.O based in Stockholm. Working with handblown glass and cut stone, traditional vase forms are melted and cooled around sharp edges to create...

Zemer Peled uses thousands of handcrafted porcelain shards to create images of the wind...

Using thousands of handcrafted porcelain shards, Israeli born artist Zemer Peled produces large-scale sculptures that are densely textured. The works change depending on one’s stance, at once looking as if they are made with soft...

150th Anniversary Edition of “Alice in Wonderland” Features Rare 1969 Salvador Dalí Illustrations

While glancing at Salvador Dalí’s paintings one might get the sense that they’ve tripped down their mind’s own rabbit hole, all of a sudden dropped within a barren wasteland filed with abstract objects and...

Geometric Watercolors by Artist Jacob Van Loon

Recent Colorado transplant Jacob van Loon creates geometric watercolors that seem to visually reference abstract architectural renderings. The colors in his works look as if they have bled beyond recognition of a specific site or landmark,...

Walls and Canvases Rich with Narrative by Artist Duo Herakut

German street art duo Hera and Akut of Herakut have been traveling the world since 2004, filling canvases and walls with their collaborative form of painting. Each piece offers a glimpse into a character...

New One-of-a-Kind Landscape Rugs by Alexandra Kehayoglou

Argentinean artist Alexandra Kehayoglou (previously) produces handmade wool rugs that appear like aerial snapshots of dreamy pastoral landscapes. Mimicking lush environments filled with trees and moss, her hand-tufted works can take up to several months to complete...

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