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French artist Bernard Pras is known worldwide for his anamorphoses, works conceived from recovered objects: leaves, packaging, various toys, musical instruments, plastic waste or household objects. A hodgepodge of found objects that usually hides an image not perceptible at first sight. At least, it depends on which side you are on. Indeed, these works can only be appreciated from just...
Amaury Guichon is a gifted French pastry chef who has become a real Instagram star by posting on his account his stunning creations! 27-year-old Franco-Swiss, Guichon first became known thanks to the French TV program Qui Sera Le Prochain Grand Patissier? (“Who will be the next great pastry chef?”). As a teenager he discovered the craft of confectionery at the...
American artist Thomas Deininger creates installations and assemblages of heterogeneous objects in the manner of Arcimboldo. The artist prepares bewildering optical illusions that must be seen from a little distance. Toys, corks, various pieces... his works are made up of a multitude of small recovered plastic objects. At first glance, the workspace of this Rhode Island-based artist looks like a...
A glitch is something that you mainly expect in digital art. Artist Hsu Tung Han also applies it in an analogue art form: sculptures made of wood. With his images, it looks as if they were digitized and that a software malfunction occurred during the process. The shapes of the human bodies or heads are not nicely flowing, but have...
The border between two and three dimensions fades when you look at the work of the Spanish artist David Moreno. His sculptures are three-dimensional but look like drawings from a distance. This is partly due to the material that Moreno uses: metal rods and piano wire. He ingeniously builds sculptures that are more like sketches than real buildings. The middle...
It is always wonderful to look at artists who sort and organize things into a beautiful whole. This is what is called Flat Lay, and this is a popular way to photograph objects. Especially on Instagram it is a big trend. The principle consists of arranging matching objects on a flat surface. Photographer Kristen Meyer does this in a...
Somewhere between sculpture, painting and installations, Jacob Hashimoto - born in 1973 in Colorado - manages to connect a modern world and ancestral techniques in his art. His work focuses on video games and digital issues. He creates his works with kites of bamboo and paper, accumulations of circles that create shapes that can remind us of waves or...
It's nothing new that social media has flooded our everyday lives with long-drawn-out beach babes, make-up tutorials, and gaming videos for some time now. But what if Instagram, Youtube, and Tinder existed long before our time? Would everyone on Tinder swipe their fingers and would the high society of the Middle Ages compete with their candy-crush-highscore? If one believes the...
Art is expressed in thousands of ways. The embroidery that young russian artist Vera Shimunia creates shows us her talent by reproducing splendid landscapes. The Russian artist introduces in his motifs of pictorial embroidery landscapes sewn hands in bright colors. Shimunia manages to capture a moment not in photography but in embroidery. Through countless nuances, she brings out the beauty...
Originally from Hungary, the artist Otto Vincze unveils a rather unusual project: he has engaged in the transformation of lakes into aquatic billiard tables. Called River Pool , Otto's project has been exhibited in Giudecca, in the Venice Lagoon , and to Szentendre on one of the branches of the Danube near Budapest; presently it is located at Tata in...

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