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Origami Creatures

Origami Creatures

Nguyễn Hùng Cườngi, an artist of Vietnamese origin has great skill and dexterity when working with paper, as evidenced by these numerous and well executed origami creatures. The artist has not had any formal training or guidance, relying mostly on books to learn and refine his skill to this majestic level. His origami covers a wide range of subjects and creatures, going from Remy of Ratatouille to scorpions, sharks, pterodactyls, and Tow Mater from Cars.

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Super Mario Bros. Levels Carved on Animal Skulls

Super Mario Bros. Levels Carved on Animal Skulls

German sculptor and illustrator Tobias Wüstefeld has crafted Super Mario levels atop animals skulls. The sculpted levels also feature characters and surroundings from the game, showing tiny Mario, Goombas, Koopas, a mushroom and the fireflower. It’s great to imagine the idea of sculpted Super Mario Bros levels, but seeing they’re carved on animal skulls kind of makes the entire thing a bit uncomfortable. Of course we’ve seen several sculptures or ideas that employ similar ideas, but this one just doesn’t feel right.

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3D Drawings on Paper to Blow Your Mind

3D Drawings on Paper to Blow Your Mind

Three dimensional drawings on paper is an idea so very difficult to employ, which is what makes it that much more awesome. In the work of JJK Airbrush, objects aren’t content staying on paper, the illustrations want to break free of those bonds and fly into the world. Some of these illustrations look to interact with the real world, some stay on paper in their glory, but never miss the chance of impressing their dimensions.

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People Show Their Issues and Insecurities to the Camera in Striking Photo Series

People Show Their Issues and Insecurities to the Camera in Striking Photo Series

“I am not my ethnicity” — Valerie Christina

A series that makes you think about people and life, participants expose their fears, emotions and insecurities to the camera. What I Be project by photographer Steve Rosenfield works on the tag line of “Building Security Through Insecurity.” For the project, Steve asked people to display their insecurities. Additionally, each participant was asked to complete the sentence “I am not my…”

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