Really love this ongoing project of Leonid Tishkov called ‘Private Moon’. Private Moon is a visual poem. A story about a man who found the moon and stayed with her for the rest of his life.
Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde has find a way to make real indoor clouds. He uses a fog machine and he also has to regulate the humidity and temperature in the room. The clouds stay for a short moment, but long enough to make some really nice images.
Amazing hand carved tires, done by Belgium artist Wim Delvoye.
Very happy feel good rainbow origami street art done by 28 year old french artist, Mademoiselle Maurice.
Moments in time, captured in these miniature time sculptures by Dominic Wilcox.
American sculptor Lars-Erik Fisk has a special interest for spheres. He has transformed several things into spheres, like a school bus, a tractor, a tree, a street and also this volkswagen.
These beautiful sculptures are all made up from driftwood by a british artist called Heather Jansch. They are all lifesize sculptures and it can take from one month up to tree years building them.
Nice leave cut ads. One of the illustrators leave cuts are used for something similar (the last three images on this page) before.
Mark Powell only uses old envelopes and a Biro pen to make his drawings. Very nice!
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama really loves dots. Ever as a small girl she saw the world trough a screen of tiny dots. As an artist she has made photographs, sculptures and paintings using dots to cover everything. This process she calls ‘obliteration’, which means the complete destruction of every trace of something. One of her(…)
Oleg Dou was born in Moscow in 1983. Grown up in an artistic family. Got inspired by classical paintings. With a passion for the human face he creates surrealistic peaces of art.
Slow dancing is a serie slow motion video portraits of dancers, made with a high speed camera. Every dancer is filmed for about 5 seconds with 1.000 frames a second. This gives you a film of 10 minutes extreme slow motion. The extreme slow motion enables the viewer to see details that would normaly not(…)
Really cool toy soldiers made by Steve Nishimoto.
Lovely video that’s part of Matt Pykes super-computer-romantics exhibition.
Machine is made by Eske Rex.