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Denim Art: Ian Berry creates incredibly detailed art using blue jeans Art / Artists / Handicraft

While for most of us blue jeans are just a piece of clothing, London-based artist Ian Berry, aka Denium, sees the world through denim. He creates incredibly detailed artworks made solely out of denim – as he believes that ‘denim’ is one of the dominant parts of urban lifestyle. His art revolves around melancholic urban spaces, usually depicting life in a city.


Bamboo Insects: Artist creates incredibly life-like insects out of bamboo Art / Design / DIY / Handicraft

Some artists are able to create such realistic sculptures that it’s hard to believe they are made by human hands. Japanese artist Noriyuki Saitoh is one immensely talented sculptor, who masters the art of capturing features of tiny insects. He contrives incredibly realistic insects using bamboo. After looking at these Bamboo Insects, you’ll be surprised at the level of realism that each sculpture displays.


Artistic pharmacist cleverly combines his drawings with real life Art / Artists / Sketching

Mokhallad Habib from Lebanon, Middle East is a professional pharmacist but he doesn’t let his profession interfere with his creativity. Tickling his artistic nerve every now or then, he likes to create fun anime drawings that cleverly blends with the realistic world. It is really amazing to see how he mixes drawing, photography and real-life objects to form unique surreal scenes.


Artist uses soggy tea bags as canvases to paint intricate scenes Art / Painting

While most of us throw away used tea bags in the trash, artist Zaman Uz sees them as unique canvases to paint intricate scenes. The result is a beautiful series of paintings, entitled ‘Teabag Stories,’ which portray everyday scenes that we often neglect in our busy lives. All of these illustrations are made on soggy and old tea bags, which surprisingly make wonderful tiny canvases.


Indian artist creates portraits using very unusual medium – ‘hair’ Art / Offbeat

Self-taught Indian artist Midhun.R.R. from Trivandrum, Kerala creates stunning portraits using a very unusual medium – ‘hair.’ Hair is not an easy medium to work with – as it is very difficult to place it the way one desires. But this brilliant artist has developed his own form of monochromatic art that involves the use of hair as an innovative medium to create detailed illustrations.


Stone Art: Hungarian artist creates adorable pictures using pebbles Art / Design / DIY

Hungarian artist Timea Papp creates adorable, full-of-life pictures using pebbles. Not just stones, she also uses wood pieces, paint, and her creative imagination to make beautiful illustrations, which resemble actual paintings. We have seen many artists who paint on pebbles, but creating full pictures out of stones is something unusual and absolutely wonderful.


Oregon artist turns metal objects into an array of metal sculptures Art / Offbeat

“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.


Inject Art: Filipino nurse creates beautiful paintings using a syringe Art / Painting

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.


Leaf Art: Filipino artist turns green leaves into eye-catching human faces Art

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.



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