Posts tagged "art"

FILMING DROPS OF INK IN WATER TURN INTO MIND-BLOWING ART!

Watch this exquisite video of artist Garip Ay perform the art of Turkish Ebru aka ‘Paper Marbling’. And to think it started with just a few drops of ink in water…

Vagina Egg Paintings – ‘PlopEgg’ by Mile Moire’s (Yes, Another Vagina Art Performance)

The latest project coming from performance artist Mile Moire her PlopEgg Painting Performance – a Birth of a Picture. Leaving niceties aside, let’s just say it how it is: she squeezed paint-filled eggs out of her vagina, allowing them to burst colorfully onto blank canvases. Moire’s stage for her performance art was outside of Art...

Swirling, Naked…. Angelo Musco’s Haunting ‘Bodyscapes’

Italian-born Angelo Musco has a life journey as unique as his art; this guy is no average Joe. From birth he weighed in at a whopping 6.5 kilos after 11 months in the womb. Causing great complications during birth, Musco became trapped and turned blue and in a critical state he was rushed to hospital, leaving...

Spotted Naked Women in New York

33-year-old body artist Trina Merry has been busy turning tricks and a whole lotta heads in NYC. Ms Merry has been meticulously painting women so that they’ll blend in with New York landmarks, from the Guggenheim Museum and Brooklyn Bridge to the towering grey Manhattan skyline. Her lengthy creative process is one that requires both...

Theatrical Art: Dramatic Sculptures of Dancing Faeries

The UK-based sculptor Robin Wight — who works mostly with stainless steel wire — has created enchanting and dramatic sculptures of faeries dancing with dandelions. These winged mythical creatures, making wishes with their dandelions, move with and against lyrics of a wind that lives only a magical realm belong to them.

Ever seen a body look like this!?

Body Painting – one of the most original types of art that was used mostly in traditional rituals/ceremonies – is now increasingly being considered and revered as a contemporary art form. Verging on the unbelievable, here are the striking and surreal images from German Body Artist, Gesine Marwedel.

Tossed Paint in 3500th of a Second: Colourant by Floto & Warner

New York-based photographers Jeremy Floto and Cassandra Warner have caught our attention with their eye-popping photography. With the use of colourful smoke, deserted landscapes and buildings, the husband and wife duo have created a series of colourful liquid images, splashing in mid-air titled Colourant. It’s a feast for your eyes — the paint splashes look...

First Seeds For First Times

Every action is creative and every passionate action is art – Matthew Stone (I.D. Magazine) So, for every passionate action there should be a passionate reaction, right? From planting a seed to forming a movement, here’s a look back at first thoughts on one small seed, first encounters with the magazine and some first ‘creative...

The Sound of Nature: A Vinyl Made of Wood

Life is made up of a series of ones and zeros – these sets of data are fundamentally what connects us. Especially when they form a symphony and tell a story like no other. Bartholomäus Traubeck makes a record player that can interpret the data in tree wood into music! Human beings have communicated and...

Fairytales Gone Wild: Snow White Behind Bars

We all know the tale of Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White and Alice in Wonderland. Our childhood wouldn’t be complete without them…but just how well do we really know these fabled women? Spanish illustrator, Marilen Adrover, is responsible for the work that portrays some of fairy tales’ most recognisable protagonists posing for their mugshots....

Spider Man is on Neighbourhood Watch!

For whatever reason, we’ve all dressed up as our most beloved superhero. Whether it’s the Man of Steel or Batman — we’ve all been there. We’ve also experienced nostalgic sadness when our spandex wouldn’t fit and our capes started to drape around us like a bib. I’d bet that even today you’d get a bit...

Inspiring Street Art That’ll Awaken Your Creative Senses!

Here’s some amazing street art we found on the net to stimulate your creative brain cells. These street artists have successfully combined real-life features to create a piece of art that ‘lives’ because it involves its surroundings and beholders.

Caleb Charland’s art in science

Maine-born photographer Caleb Charland explores the world of physics and mathematics in his extraordinary photography. Growing up in a rural household, where he spent a lot of time helping his father, he learned to appreciate the power and tools that materials hold.
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