Category: Art


Bubble Curved Sofa by Sacha Lakic

Sacha Lakic is a French designer who was born in Belgrade, Serbia, and moved to Paris soon thereafter. He is largely known for his fluidity, moving with ease between automotive, architectural, furniture and product design. He designed bubble curved sofa with the collaboration of Roche Bobois who is the world leader in furniture design and distribution. The […]

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Giant Animals Out of Straw by Japanese Art Students

The straw art festival creates and exhibits various art works making use of “rice straw”, and also attracts the attractions of Niigata City Nishi-gamu area such as local specialty sales, experiencing classes, stages for presenting songs and dances, etc. It is an event to promote both inside and outside, to expand the exchange population and […]

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Beautiful Hand Cut Paper Animals by Pippa Dyrlaga

Pippa Dyrlaga is an astonishing artist that uses traditional paper-cutting techniques to create contemporary artworks. She  cut from a single piece of paper and are first drawn out by hand on the reverse side of the paper and then hand cut using a scalpel. Pippa began papercutting in 2010, and has amassed a large online following […]

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Carved Single Ash Tree Trunk – Schrodinger’s Wood by Maskull Lasserre

Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre turned a incredible artwork was carved from a single ash tree trunk and suspended from a chain. The sculpture measures 13 ft (3.96m) in height. According to the artist, “the word would probably be tension. From the balance of life and death to the opposing forces of war and peace, the Candian artist explores […]

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American Flag Created by Fireworks Display – and Its a World Record

September 13 was the 200th anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner, Fireworks by Grucci designed an unforgettable firework display that created a 900 ft wide x 600 ft high American Flag. The flag was illuminated over Fort McHenry, Maryland on September 13, 2014 and was recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the “largest pyrotechnical image” […]

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Elegant 3D Animal Wall Signs (1)

Elegant 3D Animal Wall Signs

Craftsman Antoine Tes-Ted concentrates the type of the World’s notorious creatures and transforms them into one of a kind 3D sculptural divider workmanship in a coordinated effort with configuration store Hu2. Utilizing only a pencil or dark marker he outlines a straightforward line attracting that he uses to manage a laser cutter that removes the […]

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Astonishing Anamorphic Corner Wall Transformation by Odeith

Artist Sergio ‘Odeith‘ recently completed this incredible anamorphic graffiti mural inside an abandoned building. On Facebook the artist added: “1 month ago my friend found this spot. Today we went there to paint. We were caught by the cops.. after showing 10 corner pieces on my phone.. giving my ID..and 1 hour conversation. Finally they […]

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Amazing Sculptures Made from Metal and River Rock by Ryan Mccallister - (9)

Amazing Sculptures Made from Metal and River Rock by Ryan Mccallister

Ryan McCallister has been making some stunning figures with metal and river rocks. The self-portrayed ‘ceramicist, artist, welder, and all around partner of expressions’ makes high quality home stylistic layout, compelling artwork models, and starting at most as of late, metalwork and outside figures. Brought up in Louisville, Kentucky, Ryan got his BFA in Sculpture from […]

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Most Beautiful Crafted Luxury Wrist Watches

Luxury wrist watches are expensive because lot of people put lot of effort and time into crafted them. Companies are making these watches because these watches represent luxury, we bring you most beautiful luxury hand crafted wrist watches of this year. Have a look: Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Celestia Astronomical Grand Complication After acknowledging the […]

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LED Wrapped Lexus (1)

LED Wrapped Lexus

Lexus recently wrapped their newest model, the 2017 IS, in 41,999 programmable LEDs; turning the car into a screen capable of broadcasting dynamic graphics and videos. The custom car produces 175,000 lumens when fully illuminated, and the LED strips, if placed end-to-end, would stretch half a mile in length. Three distinct modes allow the ‘LIT’ […]

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Amazing Coin Stacking Towers (1)

Amazing Coin Stacking Towers

Twitter user @thumb_tani stacks gravity-defying towers that rely on precise and calculated balance. Coins, toothpicks, and silverware are positioned to play off of each others’ weight in ways that might crumble with the slightest of touch. The sculptures go beyond experiments many might have seen before, ranging in shape from thick twirling cylinders to horizontal pieces that […]

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Amazing 16th Century Miniature Boxwood Carvings - (5)

Amazing 16th Century Miniature Boxwood Carvings

Carved the size of a palm or smaller, these miniature boxwood carvings featuring religious iconography from the early 16th century have long been a mystery to researchers in the field. It is believed that the entire body of work was created during a 30-year window between 1500 and 1530, somewhere in Flanders or the Netherlands. […]

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Portraits and Figures Painted With Palette Knife By Salman Khoshroo (2)

Portraits and Figures Painted With Palette Knife By Salman Khoshroo

Working with a large palette knife and thick globs of oil paint, Tehran-based artist Salman Khoshroo creates large-scale figures and portraits that practically drip from the canvas. The scale on a computer or mobile screen can be quite deceiving, as most of these pieces are several feet tall, composed of enormously precise strokes that veer […]

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Elegant Heng Balance Lamp Illuminates with a Suspended Magnetic Switch - (3)

Elegant Heng Balance Lamp Illuminates with a Suspended Magnetic Switch

Netherlands-based designer Arthur Limpens of Allocacoc DesignNest took a novel way to redesign a light switch while simultaneously retaining a functional and aesthetically pleasing object was the design with elegance and simplicity. His solution was the Heng Balance Lamp, a fun desktop light that relies on a pair of magnets suspended on strings to pull […]

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Pill Wall-Mounted DeskRound Workspace by EMKO (20)

Pill Wall-Mounted Desk/Round Workspace by EMKO

Pill Wall Desk is designed by Lithuanian-based Emko, a furniture and home accessory design company that takes inspiration from the intersection of Northern Scandinavian, Western European and Eastern Russian cultural spaces to create products for the modern home. Multifunctional and stylish, the desk aims to provide the cure for cluttered living spaces while also offering […]

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New Paper Bird Sculptures Juxtaposed With International Stamps by Diana Beltran Herrera - (2)

New Paper Bird Sculptures Juxtaposed With International Stamps by Diana Beltran Herrera

Colombia-based artist Diana Beltran Herrera has been fascinated by birds since she was a child, however it wasn’t until four years ago that she started working with their forms. Her incredibly lifelike depictions are built entirely out of cut paper and imitate a variety of bird species from all over the world. Each iteration of her work we […]

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Origami-Inspired Animal Lamps

Today we need to show you lovely origami enlivened lights. “The thought sprung up the previous Winter when Hugo amazed Teresa with two harsh forms of paper models – a penguin and an owl – each with a light inside. It was the begin of our paper light venture which joins DIY paper-craft demonstrating with […]

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2016 International Aquascaping Contest

Since the 1990s, an intrepid group of aquascaping artists have gradually raised the bar of what’s possible with the design of a traditional aquarium. Using only natural elements, the aquariums you see here are years in the making to ensure plants and animals all exist in harmony while trying to achieve merits on an exhaustive […]

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Elegant Wireframe Animal Renderings by 3D Artist Mat Szulik

Independent artist and 3D craftsman Mat Szulik makes unimaginably practical models, digitally rendering assumes that show up as though they were shaped from materials, for example, wood, and most as of late wire. His most recent venture, titled The Wires v2, presents the blueprints of woods animals, steeds, and creepy crawlies, each set in stark, […]

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Assembled Figurines by Garret Kane

Collection craftsman Garret Kane simply uncovered this new arrangement of allegorical models portraying cracked people who seem to converge with the seasons. Every piece was first mostly planned utilizing computerized chiseling programming called Zbrush, and afterward 3D-printed segments were appended to wood, rocks, leaves, and different materials to achieve the last structures seen here. You […]

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Awesome Pencil Sculptures by Jennifer Maestre

Originally inspired by the form and function of a sea urchin, artist Jennifer Maestre constructs unwieldy organic forms using pencils and pencil shavings that bloom like unworldly flowers. Some of her latest pieces appear to have grown tentacles and rest atop pedestals like scaley octopi. The artworks are designed to simultaneously attract the viewer but […]

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Extraordinary Details of Tiny Creatures Captured with a Laser-Scanning Microscope by Igor Siwanowicz

On the off chance that you’ve ever thought about how a jumping creepy crawly swims through the water or figures out how to lay just at first glance, the answer is to some degree since its foot is interminably more convoluted than your own. As observed over, this infinitesimal picture of a male Acilius sulcatus […]

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Vintage VW Vehicles Shaped To Spheres And Cubes Sculptures

Beautiful cars are the results of refined creativity and detail. And they look equally impressive when warped into different, non-car shapes. Indonesian sculptor Ichwan Noor took components of iconic VW vehicles and churned them into spheres and cubes. The sculptures are massive and it makes one wonder how exactly Noor managed to do it. When asked about why he chose […]

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Bella Umbrella

Photographer Tim Tadder have shown advertising project “Bella Umbrella”. It is a great project combining vintage umbrellas and fashions, with military smoke. A personal art series bringing together items never combined is a series. Images were shot on large format digital for display prints. Wardrobe: Julia Reeser, Umbrella by Bella Umbrella, Hair and Make by […]

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Brunnen, Skulptur, Plastik aus Bronze von Malgorzata Chodakowska

Water Flowing Browse Human Figure Scupltures by Malgorzata Chodakowska

Sculptor artist Malgorzata Chodakowska makes delightful wellspring figures out of bronze where the water has crucial impact in the entire structure. Ejecting from the statues in improbable spots, water makes a movement that gives Chodakowska’s models a human-like nearness and by one means or another feels kind of enchanted. “It takes me up to 2-6 […]

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Wooden Whale Lamp

Wooden Whale Lamp

Designer Eduard Golikov has created an elegant wooden whale sculpture that doubles as an unconventional lighting solution. Crafted from birch wood, each piece is laser cut and assembled into a series of concentric shapes that form a sleek and stylized version of the beloved water-based creature. After its construction, Golikov coats the lamp in white […]

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Desktop Gardens

The Grasslamp is an extraordinary blend of planting, inside style and grant winning outline. This delightful desktop light gives you a chance to develop your most loved miniaturized scale greens like wheatgrass utilizing just water and LED light and no dirt required. Just take your seeds, absorb them water, put them on the top, splash […]

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Tidal pond Tables Created By Merging Resin With Cut Travertine Marble

Creator Alexandre Chapelin of LA Table outlined this interesting arrangement of three tables he alludes to as Lagoon Tables. Every table is shaped from a cut travertine base to which he follows an extraordinary sap that structures volumes of water that seem to cut through every piece. The tables are without a doubt affected by […]

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Simple and Creative Moss Clock

Dutch design studio noktuku, have designed the Moss Clock. “The noktuku moss clock contains the tops of real reindeer moss from Norway which have been meticulously selected by hand and preserved. The frame is hand-made of Baltic birch plywood using steam bending technique, and has a single connection joint in the circular layers.”

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Darth Vader Inspired Wrist Watch: Price $28K

Devon, an LA-based design team, has taken Darth Vader’s blacked-out style and infused it into this elaborate timepiece. The $28,500 watch has little elements borrowed from the Sith Lord – a strap designed like his gloves, accents that mimic his helmet – and a wild stand that looks like a TIE Fighter. But this isn’t […]

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