Artist Matthew Albanese is the god of the miniature worlds that are created by him, destroyed by him, and photographed by him. The New Jersey based artist uses several materials like feathers, sugar, chocolate, cotton, wire, and several others to create these stunningly photorealistic miniature worlds that rival reality.
Kylli Sparre‘s surrealistic photographs come with a penchant for dance and image manipulation. The photographer started off with training to be a professional ballet dancer. However, she realized that was not the path for her and chose to go towards photography, enriching it with her skill in dance.
Artist Linda Huber works with pencil to create stunningly realistic portraits that are not just excellent drawings, but the skill in shading makes them absolutely photorealistic. Each of these portraits and drawings is amazing, but what absolutely takes the cake is “The Face of David.” This view of the genius Michelangelo’s touch for the sculpture deserves love.
Jake Weidmann is one of the 11 Master Penmen of the world, according to the organization IAMPETH. In this video, he talks about his inspiration and his work, while creating beautiful art through his pen.
Pixiv user Marlboro created these illustrations as a tribute to the work of famous Japanese film maker, animator and manga artist Hayao Miyazaki. Drawn up in the style of Art Nouveau, the illustrations are a homage to characters of Studio Ghibli films.
Giant zipper art installation by Japanese artist Jun Kitagawa puts zippers across locations like ponds, roads and floors. Placed at such curious locations, the zippers open slightly to give the inquiring person a view of what lies underneath.
Not just an artsy showpiece, the Steampunk scooter by Arthur van Poppel is fully functional when it comes to conveyance, and adds to features with the capability to put to good use the guitar, amp and horn that it carries.