John Karpinsky created this set, mixing Star Wars with Mexican Day of the Dead. Looks like the Galactic Empire longed for the tribal touch.
Artist Jason Kronenwald has a certain liking for bubblegum, and for blondes. We’re guessing that’s the reason he mixed the two to create this series of portraits. The portraits are made from chewing gum placed on plywood, with the colors coming from, well, different colored chewing gums. You’ll find many celebrities in the portraits, Britney […]
Pornograms is a series of black and white photographs by Kadavre Exquis, which studies the notion of eroticism, without involving any form of human nudity. The images you see here are condoms photographed from various perspectives.
Artist Michael Velliquette creates interesting pieces from paper. The latest work of the artist are these bright abstractions that appear to liven up things a bit. They are currently on show at the DCKT Gallery. Via: Beautiful/Decay
We’ve seen our fair share of rendered apocalyptic landscapes, and yet we find freshness in this exhibition by Italian artist Giacomo Costa. Named Post Natural, the exhibition shows a world with tall, eerie trees, while the abandoned buildings quietly fall into the backdrop. Via: Colossal
If someone can carve a matchstick into something that is even remotely recognizable, we’ll call it a job well done. For these amazing carvings by Argentina-based artist Javier Gobai, we’ve simply run out of words. It is almost stunning how well the artist manages to carve out sculptures out of matchsticks, and not just random […]
Sculptor Gary LeMaster has a long list of capabilities in arts to show, but the crown piece appears to be these eggshell carvings. The artist makes these intricate and amazing designs out of eggshells, converting something so very brittle into something so very beautiful. Gary starts with emptying, cleaning and drying the egg, followed by […]
We’re totally enchanted by these compositions from photographer Mehmet Ozgur. The photographer captures smoke, manipulating materials and elements to come up with these astounding images for his SmokeWorks collection.
Take a simple look and you’ll find nothing exceptional in Peter Crawley‘s drawings. Since you’ve already read the heading, you already know Crawley created these by meticulous hand-stitching using a thread and needle on a watercolor paper. Via: Core77
Street artist Scott Beseler brings random street objects like fire hydrants, mailboxes, and parking meters to life. And by life we mean he gives them creepy arms harvested from some poor mannequins. Some of them look completely weird. Via: Ignant