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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...
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...
In 2019, the Gundam saga will celebrate its forty years of existence. Artist Dani Albam who's a Great fan of the saga, started to create origami in the form of some of the most popular Japanese robots including Gundam, Evangelion or Transformers. Dating from the late 70's, Gundam is a Japanese animation franchise created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Hajime Yatate which...
Johannes Stötter is quickly becoming one of the most recognizable names in the world of body painting and body art. Using the human body as a canvas, this Italy-based artist continues to push the boundaries with his groundbreaking work, creating incredible body painting illusions that are rarely seen elsewhere. For his latest creation, Stötter decided to transform model Sara Costabiei...
For centuries, Temari balls have been part of folk art in Japan. These beautifully embroidered orbs are renowned for their eye-catching designs and bright color palettes. Inspired by this ancestral craft, Moscow artist Tatiana Vigdorova creates by hand her own Temari masterpieces. Alternating between embroidery thread and silk thread, Vigdorova meticulously covers each ball with complex decorations. Her colorful sewn...
Abandoned mattresses in the streets are now an integral part of the urban landscape. Nobody really cares, almost nobody gets them back, and they usually stay there for a long time on the sidewalk. In fact, this is a normal end for any cumbersome object that has become obsolete. Except when artist Lor-K passes near. This French artist uses urban...
Tatsuya Tanaka is a Japanese designer and photographer specializing in miniature art. He became known with his Miniature Calendar, where he regularly shares his creations that divert everyday objects with singularity and creativity. After gathering a strong following on social networks, signed a two-book contract and created the credits of the NHK series Hyokko, Tanaka now launches his new book...
For Italian stylist Antonio Patruno Randolfi, creating anachronistic portraits is a way of combining his two passions, namely contemporary fashion and the history of art, and more specifically portraits. A great lover of Renaissance paintings, this Milanese stylist has accumulated over the years an impressive amount of digital reproductions of portraits of the aristocracy of the time. He then went...
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...

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