I shared most beautiful transparent animals pics with you earlier but this time it’s really weird collection of transparent animals by Iori Tomita.If we use the word transparent animals, the first image of transparent animals will be appear in our mind of sea animals and transparent butterfly or frog. Iori Tomita, who make science is an art, is a 28-year-old Japanese artist and ichthyologist who specializes in a very unusual form of fish research. Iori Tomita’s specialty is the art of making transparent fish specimens, which he creates without the aid of Photoshop or X-Rays.
Wine is the most common drink in Western countries but we can not imagine that it can be use in Art world. But an most excellent artist Nelva B. Richardson painted her artwork with wine. She painted many landscapes and portraits of people and animals. Here I bring some masterpieces of her incredible and inspiring mindblowing artwork.She is wonderful artist in her field. For over thirty years She has been a medical illustrator enjoying the challenges of learning and communicating fascinating and complex medical information. She has always loved rendering exquisite details: forms described by surfaces and textures catching different lights and shadows.The advent of computer art and graphics changed and challenged those of us who work in illustration and art.
I have posted a fabulous sharing about Butter Sculptures, this is the upgrading artwork of related category. Artist Sarah Kaufmann is well creative artist in her field. She has made a lot of cheese sculptures in her gallery and these sculptures also displayed at many places. Her art of making sculptures with yummy cheese is really fantastic. Now she created a life-size sculpture of astronaut Neil Armstrong made out of Wisconsin cheddar cheese. It was to go on display this week at the Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum in Wapakoneta, Ohio. Come have a bird’s eye view of her awesome cheese sculptures artwork.
This is the second part of can sculpture artwork. The Red Bull Art of Can is a nationwide hunt for creativity and is open to everyone, from full time artists to simply those with a creative flare. Build, sculpt, weld, glue, hammer, bend, fold, print, tape and paint, whatever! Be bold! Send a message! Make a Statement. Your primary material must be a Red Bull can but you will need to add plenty of imagination and creativity. Make a sculpture, a picture, a 3-D model, a mobile, a video or piece of modern art but make it beautiful, colorful, clever, amusing or outrageous. Here We Have An attractive collection of creative sculptures and art made with empty Red Bull cans. The art of creating masterpieces out of Red Bull cans started back in 1999. Exhibitions have been held all around the globe from Europe to New Zea land. Countries like Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Singapore and the USA have all inspired artists to create their own aluminum artworks.
We often use to see the movie on cassettes but after a short while it has been expired and become useless. While Erika Iris recycled those useless tapes in creating a wonderful art. She has a superb ability in tape art. Erika Iris Simmons aka iri5, is a self-taught artist currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia. In her incredible series titled Ghost in the Machine, Erika uses film from recycled cassette tapes and old film reels to create fantastic portraits of iconic artists and musicians. Below is a small sample of this wonderful series. You can find the complete gallery on iri5′s Flicker page. Big thanks to Truth See rum for the heads up on this artist .