Combining handmade lace artwork with knotty pieces of wood, Hungarian artist Ágnes Herczeg creates harmonious scenes expressing thoughtfulness and beauty of humanity. Her intricate figures form a connection with mother nature, focusing on a juxtaposition of the delicateness of the lace and the solidity of the wood.
“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” Proving this phase right, Oregon-based artist Del Loose turns scrap metal objects into stunning sculptures. Using old tools, farm equipment, as well as, kitchen utensils, he has sculpted an array of metal sculptures. So, far he has created metal art pieces in shape of birds and fishes and even built two custom cars.
Trash for Cash is a sustainable advertising project started by Hamburg-based environmentalist Sönke Rosenkranz to turn scrap into beautiful portraits or company logos. With the help from refugees, their team collects trash from the environment to build corporate logos and famous celebrity portraits. Further, these artworks are sold and half of the money goes to a charity.
Have you ever thought of creating a painting using a syringe? Well, most of you may think this is not possible. But Kimberly Joy Magbanua, a 24-year-old registered nurse in a hospital in the Philippines, uses syringes to create unique artwork. Dubbed Inject Art, all her paintings are the result of immense dedication and hours of hard work.
Ganesh Chaturthi, the Hindu festival that reveres Lord Ganesha, is celebrated every year enthusiastically in various parts of India, especially in Maharashtra. This year, American multinational automaker Ford teamed with Madhvi Khaitan Pittie, who set up WorkshopQ that’s an innovative eco-product manufacturing company, to create a six-feet tall Ganesha sculpture made from over 500 kg recycled car parts – including clutch plates, disk brakes, fenders,...
Art is limitless and a talented artist can convert anything into a masterpiece. One such brilliant artist is Jeh Aquino from Philippines, who turns delicate green leaves into eye-catching human faces. Recently, Aquino displayed his impressive and unusual artworks on Twitter and his skills were appreciated on social media – due to the use of the unusual medium for creating art.