Enchanting the word ‘litterbug’ more accurately than common, British artist Mark Oliver has make a chain of insect like creatures entirely out of useless trash. His works conduit the space among miniature sculpture and collage, frequently with clock hands for legs and spring for antennae, as implement flat paper like cutouts of Elvis and the Bible for wings and beetle like shells. The series, called ‘The Litter Bug’, is what he calls Urban Entomology: every insect has a tag display its creative name. Above just mimic the forms of insects, perhaps Oliver’s works could be looked at as mimicking their actions. Insects are the great recyclers of the world, breaking down plant and animal matter, and turning it into valuable organic material for the world to use again.
Harding Meyer a Brazilian artist resides and workings in Berlin and Karlsruhe where he paints these dazzling, significant oil portraits. I visualize nonentity squat of position in frontage of these oversize canvases really does them honesty, but you can see them in very high resolution over on Meyer’s blog. His work will show in many grouping shows presently this year at Wurth and the Arts and Museum Dr. Guislain in Gent and you can see much more of his work at Galerie Voss.
A brilliant and creative still life advertising photographer Andy Rudak has lately board a new special task; make a series of cityscapes made completely from cardboard. With the aid of set-builder Luke Aan de Wiel, Andy recreated surreal views of cities resembling London, New York, Mumbai, Paris and Tokyo in the studio. His “Cardboard Cities” took almost one year planning, design, construct and shoot. Generally we see several things and objects made out of cardboard such as I have shared some posts sometimes ago, those all artworks of different artists and this time you are watching artwork of Andy Rudak from London. I hope you will like this inspiring artwork.
Some amazingly show grocery stores with a few attractive and artful present of vegetables. That made me interested to discern what other incredible vegetable displays were out there on the superb Internet. A speedy search on net open not only supermarket vegetable art, but a selection of yearly Fairs and Shows focused around farming and flowers, where appearance of vegetables are critic and rewarded. Below you will get a modest gallery of vegetable arrangements that trapped my eye. Let everybody know in the comments of any other fairs, shows and stores that have striking displays of vegetable art!
When creative artist Ramon Bruin rises up an airbrush, you discern something incredible is imminent. Each picture that he makes is an optical illusion that has audience speculates if they are staring at a smooth picture or observe a three-dimensional moment. Unique airbrushing techniques allocate the artist to spray paint in grade outlines on several exterior, a system that permit for special compactness of color. In mixture with these unreliable lights and darks, Bruin’s correct and perfect utilize of shadows make very photorealistic images. Creatures appear from under the crinkle of paper, a bird flies overhead as a shadow spreads out below its wings, and a human hand seems to interact with bits of each sketch, creating further uncertainty about the tangibility of the objects.