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.
Slums are considered as “ugly faces” of urban India. Often people are seen criticizing filthy-looking slum areas in their region. But how many of us have taken the initiative to improve that? Well, we understand that all of us don’t have enough time or resources to go out and change the world in a jiffy. Nonetheless, we can appreciate the efforts of people who take...
We’re sure, just like us, even you’ll be completely blown away after looking at these incredibly realistic sculptures that look nothing like a piece of stone or marble. It would be hard for your eyes to believe that each life-like sculpture is made of solid stone by Italian sculptor Jago Jacopo Cardillo.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Los Angeles-based surrealist Alexandra Dillon literally lives up to this phrase as she gives a second life to the objects thrown away by other people. The way she turns scrap into art is truly commendable and something that we’ve not seen before.
Nature has been inspiring people in different ways since the existence of mankind. We have seen many nature-inspired artworks by various artists around the globe. But James Brunt from Yorkshire, England spends hours playing with all natural objects to create detailed cairns, mandalas and other artistic patterns.
Parth Kothekar, a paper-cut artist from Ahmedabad, India, often comes up with thematic series of paper art. Earlier we have seen his Indian mermaid papercut series, which portrays the beauty of Indian women through intricately cut sheets of paper. This time the brilliant artist has hand-cut different hairstyles on single sheets of paper.