At first glance, these colourful cityscapes created by Polish artist Albin Talik look like oil paintings with bold, irregular brush strokes. But these are actually collages made out of torn scraps of paper. The technique is called paper painting in which thousands of pieces of cut paper are taken in a whole array of colours and further arranged on a canvas using glue.
Music mashups have become a thing in the recent years. But now a Canadian artist has brought astounding mashup into musical instruments as well. Entitled as ‘Dali meets the Masters,’ the painted instruments series by Ilana Tavshunsky showcases renowned surrealist Salvador Dali travelling through history and collaborating with other great artists of those eras.
While a human face and urban architecture has nothing in common, Patrick Antounian, 18-year-old self-taught artist, has found a creative way to combine the two different worlds in one. Inspired by double exposure photography and architecture, he thought of creating creates portraits of people by connecting them with architectural designs.
Corban Cold Lundborg, an artist based out of South Central, Los Angeles, has recently created an elegant series of animal paintings to raise awareness for the plastic bag ban around the world. The Plastic Bag Ban series is a creative way of highlighting negative effects of plastic bags on the environment.
Vinyl records were mainly used for listening music long before the digital era of Mp3 players, iPods and downloaded music. Even today these vinyl discs exist but in form of artworks. Recently, we came across the brilliant work of artist Tereza Olivia, who turns old vinyl records into intricate art pieces.
Fay Halliday from UK is a talented young artist who travels around the world to create intricate animal drawings for her project Haathi. ‘Haathi’ means elephant, which is where the inspiration originally came from. During her trip to India, she attended the Elephant Festival in Jaipur, Rajasthan and absolutely loved the way elephant owners covered the animals in colourful attires and also painted intricate patterns...