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Italian artist creates ‘Sculpaintings’ using bones and recycled objects Art / Design / Offbeat

Bones are usually associated with death and the macabre. Maybe that’s why some people don’t prefer dead remains of a body near their houses, forget bringing them inside. But Pierpaolo Catini, an Italian artist based in New York City, sees bones as art objects to create unique Sculpaintings, which will make you forget about its connection with lifelessness and decay.


Screw Art utilizes ‘nuts and bolts’ as paint to create riveting portraits Art / Design / Painting

Contemporary artists have an ability to think beyond the norm, hence they keep challenging themselves to re-interpret the functionality of some common objects. Recently, we came across the stunning work of Russian artist Marat Nabi, who recreates famous paintings using screws. He does his work with such fine detailing that you may mistake this Screw Art as painting.


Dramatic dioramas of famous logos made by Vatsal Kataria Art / Design / DIY / Photography

Vatsal Kataria, an Indian conceptual photographer, is not just known for capturing unique photographs, but also for creating out-of-the-world DIY projects. Earlier we have seen his exclusive collections – “miniature versions of places from his dreams” and “photo series showing the same scene in two different perspectives.” Now he has come up with another exclusive project that will surely leave you spellbound.


Mumbai’s husband-wife duo takes you to mythical lands with backlit dioramas Art / Design / Handicraft

While some storytellers narrate their stories through plays or via written scripts in form of novels, Mumbai-based husband-wife duo, Hari Panicker and Deepti Nair, makes use of paper cut art and light to tell fascinating tales. Bringing life to their paper art through backlighting, the duo manages to take the viewers on a beautiful journey to mythical lands.


Husband-wife duo recreates ethnic Siberian drums featuring animal paintings Art / Design / Instruments / Painting

Giving contemporary touch to traditional instruments, Russian husband-wife duo recreates Siberian Drums with realistic animal paintings. Hailing from Krasnoyarsk in Russia, Irina and Vladislav sustain the ancestral essence of the instruments by designing them in a traditional way. However, the realistic paintings on these drums add modern aesthetic appeal to each piece.



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