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Posts tagged "Art"
Kota Hiratsuka - Colorful Origami Mosaics

Kota Hiratsuka – Colorful Origami Mosaics

Kota Hiratsuka is a paper artist living in Japan that takes the art of paper folding or origami to new levels. With shadows and light in mind, he creates three-dimensional incredible works. He has been exploring origami by manipulating paper into these beautiful geometrical formed mosaics.   More about the artist here.
James Dive of The Glue Societe - The Cube "Once"

James Dive of The Glue Societe – The Cube “Once”

In his latest sculpture project, James Dive of The Glue Society has compacted an entire fun fair – including rides, dodgems and even prizes – into a four metre cube. One amusement park from his past was turned into a creepily touching piece of art.  Dive carefully cleaned, painted and restored every bit and piece...
Su Ami - Lovely Miniature Crochet Animals

Su Ami – Lovely Miniature Crochet Animals

Su Ami is a group of 5 crafters in a family from Vietnam who create tiny and lovely crochet animals. Most patterns they choose bright and cheerful colors of wool and creatures are made using different kind of crochet and craft techniques. Their miniature crocheted animals are so small that they fit on a finger...
Garth Britzman - (POP)culture

Garth Britzman – (POP)culture

Designer Garth Britzman of Lincoln, Nebraska used recycled bottles filled with colored water to create stunning topographical shade canopy for a vehicle. He said that “An intriguing environment is created where one can explore the surface qualities of the bottles at eye level. Additionally, this project sought to stimulate creative alternatives for recycling and reusing...
Emma Hack - Camuflaged Human Canvas

Emma Hack – Camuflaged Human Canvas

Adelaide-based artist, Emma Hack, has been exhibiting extensively throughout Australia since 1999. Through a combination of painting on canvas, body painting and studio-based photography, Emma’s works evoke a rich array of visual narrative and magical realism. Emma began exploring the notion of camouflage, drawing inspiration from iconic model, Veruschka, who in the 1960s and 70s...
Sara K Byrne - Double Exposure Portraits

Sara K Byrne – Double Exposure Portraits

Sara K Bryrne
Martijn Sandberg

Martijn Sandberg

The work of Amsterdam based visual artist Martijn Sandberg (1967) constantly explores border areas, such as the tension between text and image, legibility and illegibility, the private and the public domain. “I make Image Messages, image is message is image.” The image hides the message. In the cut paintings ‘Sorry No Image Yet’ and ‘Too...
Mark Wagner - Money Art

Mark Wagner – Money Art

Mark Wagner was born quietly in the rural Midwest at the tail end of thirteen children. Since leaving the sandbox at the age of fourteen, he has continued his creative career in the fields of writing, collage, and bookmaking. He is co-founder of The Booklyn Artists Alliance, and has published books under the name Bird...
Submergence Lights: An 8000 Light Installation

Submergence Lights: An 8000 Light Installation

Submergence01 from squidsoup on Vimeo. Submergence Lights is an art installation that explores the immersion and interaction within volumetric light based visuals, created through 8,064 individual points of light… So as you can imagine, it gets pretty intense at its max, but subtle and delicate when it wants to be. The art installation can track...
Navid Baraty - NYC Rooftop Views

Navid Baraty – NYC Rooftop Views

These sky-high New York City intersection shots are now Baraty’s most recognizable images. Born and raised in rural Ohio, photographer Navid Baraty’s artistic passion led him from his unfulfilling days of working as an engineer to becoming a photographer in San Francisco and then New York City. He became obsessed with photography because of its...
Adonna Khare - Elephants

Adonna Khare – Elephants

Adonna Khare is a Southern California Based Artist. She has been recognized by The Los Angeles Times, U-Press Telegram, and Edward Goldman on NPR. Raised in a small town in Iowa, she has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna Khare create using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as...
The Art of Ironing

The Art of Ironing

Awesome video made by DDB Moscow. An advertising campaign made for Philips Azur.