A hybrid, between a painting and a sculpture, a chaotic yet well-thought and meticulously organized ensemble of various types of screws, roughness that creates smoothness. This is aartist Bruce Mackley’s incredible mosaic the Descent, “painted” with over 20,000 screws set at different height into a pine board.
Imgur user LinesLab wrote this algorithm that transforms photos into cool mosaics.David Bowie.
Paperboyo, real name Rich McCor, is the British artists that manipulates his surrounding with paper cutouts, silhouettes that add details, often in a humorous way, to the landscapes Rich McCor is visiting.
Beautiful sunsets reflected into the surface of broken mirrors.
Have you ever imagined that old Computer Component Bugs could become a piece of art? Thanks to the ingenuitiy of Julie Alice Chappell it turns into reality
First part of a series of post about these beautiful and colorful creatures that populate the seas all over the world.
Drawing with light in mid air! That’s what Holovect Industries is developing, the Holovect Volumetric Display, a real 3D projection hologram floating in mid air.
A collection of 47 photos that will make your stomach drop. Paragliding, extreme biking, cliff camping, sky-walking or daredevils “simply” hanging from tall building, these death-defying photos will have you hold your breath in fear just by looking at them.
Mike Leavitt, also known as ‘ReMike’, is an artist based in Seattle, Washington. Making and re-making objects is part of his working process that includes painting, sculpture and product design. Leavitt is well-known for his Art Army project, an ongoing series of figuratively representational sculptures that reference the likenesses of various icons including artists, politicians and other culturally significant figures.
Use ordinary things to make your life easier around the house, easy to make and no skills necessary, give this 21 creative life hacks a try.
Ciclotramas, it’s the title given to these spectacular tree-like art installations created by the artist duo Janaina Mello and Daniel Landini. The two Brazilian artists meticulously untwist the ropes, fasten the ends to the surround walls giving the illusion or tree branches filling the volume and often resembling neural network pathways, or some sort of fractal patterns. The intention of the artists is to create, with the“choreography of intertwining lines”, metaphors around organic structures of interrelated and independent parts, encompassing the passage of time. Since 2010 the artworks have gone through 17 different iterations, more can be seen at their website, Mello + Landini.
Chefs/Artists created this beautiful collection of desserts
Istanbul Inception: photographer and digital artist Aydin Büyüktas used images taken with a drone to give the impression of warped Turkish cityscapes.