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Archive for the ‘art’ Category



Colourfall by Ian Davenport

Posted: 16.10.2017 at 16:48 | Comments: 0

English painter Ian Davenport has been celebrated for over two decades for his simple abstract paintings, which assemble vertical lines in a rich variety of colours. More at iandavenportstudio.com

Introducing conceptual artist Csilla Klenyanszki

Posted: 16.10.2017 at 16:42 | Comments: 0

Klenyanski’s focus lies on dialogue between domestic objects and the symbolic formation of identity.
This particular project is called ‘The reminiscence of being a woman’. More of her work at klenyanszki.com

Hanging paintings by Tadao CERN

Posted: 16.10.2017 at 16:31 | Comments: 0

Lithuanian artist Tadao Cern created a series of experimental hanging paintings that have nothing to do with paint.

Soft Stone Sculptures By José Manuel Castro López

Posted: 22.12.2016 at 10:03 | Comments: 0

 

José Manuel Castro López is a Spanish sculptor who creates impressive artworks carved out of stone. The sculptures appear like they’re made of a soft material like sponge, but López actually uses various types of stone, including quartz and granite. The unique pieces feature smooth textures and wrinkles.

Basketball CHANDELIER by Lukáš Houdek

Posted: 07.12.2016 at 20:26 | Comments: 0

 

Basketball chandelier is a light sculpture which is transformed by classic crystal chandelier. It is reel size of basketball hoop from glass and steel construction. Black glass desk reflected space around the object including gold rim. The crystals net are made from tradition Czech crystal. Lukáš Houdek is from  Czech Republic, where crystal glass beads be invented during the 18th century.

 

 

Provisional solutions by Thomas Meyer

Posted: 07.12.2016 at 20:22 | Comments: 0

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German photographer created the series which proof that improvisation is timeless in addition to showing its continuous adaptation to help. Using everyday materials like hangars, mirrors, and beer bottles to ‘finish the job’. Meyer’s angles, colors, and clarity in his photos are the honest finish to the ‘look-to-learn’ series. {via}

 

Terezia Krnacova´s Bread Slices

Posted: 28.09.2016 at 16:38 | Comments: 0

Terézia Krnáčová is a textile artist from Banská Bystrica, who embroidered six slices of bread for her project titled “Everyday Bread”. The slices are showing Krnáčová’s embroidery handwork, her project is a symbol of how food and art are the things that truly maintain her.

Forests Installations By Asif Khan

Posted: 28.09.2016 at 16:33 | Comments: 0

 

An Iranian architect Asif Khan designed three semi-translucent cubes which are located in busy streets. Each cube is designed differently but all are decorated with plants in order to create an ambiance that feels like being in the woods. Naturally arranged green plants encourage you to take a break from work to gather new strength. See more amazing projects of Asif here

Alexey Kondakov and his characters from classical paintings in modern world

Posted: 10.11.2015 at 21:07 | Comments: 0

Ukrainian graphic designer Alexey Kondakov has taken the subjects from the classical paintings and transported them to the streets of modern-day Kiev.
Read more at http://www.sadanduseless.com/2015/11/classical-vs-modern/#FucI1AtFcfz5jEBF.99

Surreal Landscape Art By Jati Putra Pratama

Posted: 27.10.2015 at 20:16 | Comments: 0

 

 

Indonesian graphic designer Jati Putra Pratama creates surreal landscape artworks using photo manipulation. Much of his work consists of mind-bending scenes where dreamscapes are flipped into unusual angles or folded into each other.

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