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A man goes extreme distances to escape a rather persistent stalker.
German artist 1010 transforms with talent the city walls he visits with graphics interventions of high quality, giving a sense of depth through layers of paint.
Click through to see more amazing images: http://www.fubiz.net/en/2013/10/22/layers-of-color-revealed-on-walls/
While most people have long since abandoned MS Paint as an outdated graphics application, Lasko has spent the last 13 years using the program to digitally create works of art, spending up to 10 hours a day on his work.
Image source and full article: http://www.wired.com/underwire/2013/10/pixel-painter-ms-paint/
From up close, viewers can inspect the details of each sculpture, including the soft texture of the material as well as the odd-shaped layers reminiscent of rock formations. In the wild, it’s best to maintain a safe distance from these animals. However, in the pixelated, still life form, each cuddly creature appears quite friendly and approachable.
Click through to see more examples of this artist’s work: http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/joao-loureiro-zootechnical
When you’re feeling the effects of frustration, animosity, depression, anxiety or you just wonder if it’s worth the challenge, take those feelings and apply them to your art.
Image source and full article: http://designtaxi.com/news/361601/Balancing-Your-Creative-Life/
much of his designs appear to be best suited to a low wind which leads to the slower, hypnotic motion that defines much of his work. “Anything will work in a 50-knot wind, you know… just put a piece of metal out on the table and it’ll blow away, that’s kinetic,” Howe says. “But to make it spin at about one knot, that’s harder.”
Born in Tokyo and living in Dusseldorf, Ramon Todo imagine beautiful creations by inserting glass blocks in various objects. Splendid and surrealist works, using volcanic rocks, books or fragments of the Berlin Wall that can be found at Art Front Gallery.
Click through to see more amazing examples of Todo’s work: http://www.fubiz.net/en/2013/10/17/layers-of-glass-on-objects/