People express their views on various social issues in our society through wirtings, speeches or art. Street artist Igor Dobrowolski is among those who rely on art to express his thoughts. Using stunning hyper-realistic paintings, this young artist (who started painting just four years ago) highlights various social problems in an artistic way.
From heavy machinery to other unused small items, there are many forgotten goods in a dump yard that seems ugly to many but to an artists eye it is a chest full of treasures – as only an “edgymind” knows how to turn “trash to art”. Using various waste metal objects, North Carolina-based artist, Melissa Bennett, creates stunning art pieces that are worth your attention.
While most five-year-olds begin learning finger painting and potato prints at this age, Cassandra Gee (a.k.a Cassie), creates such incredible swirl paintings that deserve to be in a gallery, not a primary school. Another thing that makes her artworks unique is the fact that all of them are created using kitchen utensils, instead of paint brushes.
When was the last time you used Microsoft Paint? Maybe in the late 80s or 90s when you were learning to use a computer in school. While the developers of Windows are likely to drop this feature in the next update (as per a news report), a 87-year-old woman creates incredible landscape paintings using Microsoft Paint.
Do you know the art of paper cutting dates back to the second century AD? That time paper was invented in Eastern Han Dynasty in China and many artists started using it to make creative crafts. Aside from Chinese people, this form of art was popular in many civilizations such as Jewish, Japanese, Filipino, and more.
Whether you’re a pet owner or not, you’re going to like these stunning realistic pet portraits by Ukrainian artist Yana Khachikyan. People express their love for animals in many different ways, and for Khachikyan, stone painting is her favourite way of showing how much she loves these furry creatures.