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Isabella Montan is a young art director from Parma, Italy. She has created an Instagram profile named Pantop in which she publishes posts on topics such as People/Animals/Nonsense/Things/Objects/Pieces of Life, all presented in single-color background. The difference between her project, and many others that follow the same structure and design by presenting something in relation to its Pantone® color, is...
Yen Jui-Lin is a woodworker from Taiwan. In his free time, he likes to carve cheerful dolls and figurines of wood that he gives to his children. Most of those are in fact designed in tandem with his two kids, who share ideas and sketches that their father later brings to life using different woods and varnishes. The dolls sadly...
A simple coffee cup made of cardboard is converted into a work of art in the hands of South Korean artist Soo Min Kim. The young artist uses the white Starbucks cup as a canvas and modifies the green logo of the brand's famous mermaid, who becomes different characters: from one of the Beatles on the famous cover of...
Mind over Matter is a striking project by artist Suzanne Jongmans. With modern packaging materials, she creates portraits reminiscent of the Dutch Masters. In this series of portraits, several disciplines are combined; she is a cutter, sculptor, costume designer and photographer. From collecting the materials and models to selecting the best photos, everything comes from the hands of the...
On his Instagram account, this Japanese artist introduces the world to the ancient art of Mukimono, which consists of carving in fruits and vegetables of traditional figures such as sacred animals (turtles, or dragons, for example). This art, named carving in the Western world, is very respected in East Asia, especially in Thailand. What makes this artist really unique is...
What is the common point between sneakers and flowers? At first glance, not much, unless one considers the floral scent as a solution to the problems of smell. And yet, on his Instagram account, artist Mr. Flower Fantastic has fun combining his two passions — flowers and sneakers, into quite original creations. His favorite brand? Probably Nike, put in...
Within the small frame of an embroidery hoop, Malaysian artist Sheena Liam tells a lot about herself. She uses one-color thread to show herself at intimate moments. This mainly concerns the moments when the artist takes care of her body. Think of combing or braiding the hair or dressing and undressing. You see these kinds of daily activities in...
Artist John Brosio shows us typical America in the suburbs… but with a good dose of surrealism. The world that Brosio created contains huge animals that terrorize the whole world, as well as UFO or a huge cup of soda pop up. These look like images from a badly written science-fiction film. You also wonder what actually happens after this...
British artist Benjamin Shine draws hyper-realistic faces using only tulle. No brushes, sprays or palettes are used; Shine only relies on an iron to shape the tulle and create surprising veiled shades that give shape, depth, and detail to his faces. It almost seems like people portrayed are trapped in the work; the transparent qualities of this fabric give...
Working under the nom de plume Mr. June, artist David Louf has been active in street art since 1985. In recent years, his work consists mainly of gigantic wall paintings that challenge the perceptions of the viewer. Mr. June’s works can best be described as an exciting combination of multi-layered geometric art, graffiti culture and an optical illusion. He makes...

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