Volumes is computer generated art that merges colors, patterns, and rhythmic movement of billions of particles. Moscow-based artist Maxim Zhestkov, the creator of Volumes, says “They dance, play and communicate with each other in an eternal hypnotic ballet governed by the invisible wind of fate.” This computer generated digital sculpture looks quite attractive in its colors, and its fluid movement.
Russian artist Vera loves to draw, and as she puts it, her brush is the needle. That needle sure does some excellent work, when you take a look at her impressive and intricate embroidery. Her canvas, very often is barely a few inches in diameter – though the details stay exacting. You can follow her work on Instagram, or head over to Etsy to purchase.
Charleston-based artist Matt Wilson has an unlikely art style – cutlery bent into shape of creatures. The sculptures mostly represent birds, but sometimes they take other forms like fish, animals, even Samurai! Matt says his artwork is a reflection of the environment in which he lives. He works with bone, driftwood, scrap metal and the likes to create upcycled sculptures.
You could call them creepy or scary, but the word you’re actually looking for is fantastic. Canadian artist MilleCuirs describes the books on his Etsy page as “Handmade leather grimoires, blank books and journals”. Many of the creations do take an aspect that may be described as creepy or scary. That comes with the territory, and likely is the effect the artist aims for in these painstaking and meticulous creations.
Photographer duo Moreno Monti and Matteo Tranchellini show just how interesting chicks can be, in their 190 page book Chicken, featuring 85 high-resolution chicken portraits. The project began in 2013, when the artists found inspiration in the beauty of these birds during an avian exhibition in Milan.
The incredible optical illusion makeup by artist Dain Yoon will definitely blow your mind. Our first thought would go straight to special effects, image processing or filters, but it’s all really the phenomenal skill and creativity of the artist.
Taking inspiration from the good old days of pixel art, illustrator Gustavo Viselner has created a set of images depicting scenes from some of the best known TV Shows. Take a look.
This interesting set of images by Cristian Girotto and Olivier Masson takes Yoga poses and transposes them onto sushi platters. Sushi Yoga, anyone?