I was always pretty sure all those innocent looks, and pretending to have no idea what is going around were fake. Animals have a secret life, and they run the mafia. I’ll assume photographer Nick Rudnicki went to great lengths to prove the point, and take the mask off these vile animals.
Australian artist Bianca Chang makes animations using precisely cut sheets of paper and stacking them to astonishing results. Bianca tries to use post consumer waste recycled paper, giving her work a green edge.
Nothing can be more creepy than seeing the cute, loving creatures you had loved to come alive in a creepy way. Perhaps there wasn’t a way of keeping them cute and real. The real life Pokemon are the work of Steven Lefcourt.
Andrea Petrachi makes these creative robot sculptures using everyday items that people would simply discard as rubbish. Discarded electronics, gadgets and toys come together in creating these robot sculptures.
Daniel Kornrumpf nearly mimics brush strokes in his illustrations, but makes it way more impressive considering these portraits are embroidered.
Creating exceptional art from books, artist Kylie Stillman makes these wonderful imagery by carving on stacks of books. The artist uses books as a 3-Dimensional medium to carve her work, resulting in these simple-looking yet curiously attractive sculptures.
Homer Simpson portrait on blotter. Well, that’s some art.