Human Fragility Captured by Artist Through Fractured Sculptures

Johannesburg-based artist Regardt van der Meulen continues to explore and exhibit the inherent fragility of the human body through steel sculptures in a series titled Deconstructed. Much like his past pieces that appear to drip and unravel, his latest collection of fractured forms presents a haunting yet beautiful look at mortality.

Giant Wooden Megaphones by Estonian Students

If you explore deep in the woods in Estonia, there you can find this king-size wooden megaphones built by a bunch of interior architecture students. The bunch of students happens to be led by an architecture student called Birgit Õigus who is the author of the wonderful idea. Check out the way the giant megaphones […]

Kollwitz Hand’s Representation such a Deep Expresion and Meaning

Käthe Kollwitz offers us an excellent example of how a bones structure, muscle flesh with old skin lady representation of oneself can overflow with expression and meaning. Her expression about misery and poor its felt deeply sorrow.  It is believed Kollwitz suffered anxiety during her childhood due to the death of her siblings, including the […]

Giant Human Statues out of Boring Electricity Pylons

Architectures never stop developing and creating something new. You may be bored with the way buildings in your surrounding look, but with a bit of help, they can be turned into more interesting structure. Like the once-boring electricity Pylons for example, are now turned into attractive giant human statues by a couple of talented architects. […]

Wayan Tuges : Master Guitar Woodcarver From Bali

Wayan Tuges is a master woodcarver. Growing up in Guwang a community known for the skill and deep spirituality of its woodcarvers, he began carving at the age of five, learning from his father, one of the great Balinese woodcarvers. By the time he was in second grade, Wayan had mastered the complex, traditional Garuda […]

From Fine Art to Wine Art : Sandro Chia

Sandro Chia was born in Florence in 1946. He has studied at the Istituto d’Arte and then at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence where he graduated in 1969. After graduation, he has travelled extensively in India, Turkey and throughout Europe before settling in Rome in 1970. During the 1970’s he began to exhibit […]

Japanese Create Incredible Animal Sculptures out of Newspaper Rolls

There is this Japanese artist named Chie Hitotsuyama who can transform used newspapers into completely stunning animal sculptures. If for most of us newspaper only serves reading passages, commercials and ads or job vacancies column, for Chie they mean a whole different purpose. Check out what she did to used newspaper. You like it everyone?

Indoor Rainbow in Toledo Museum

Gabriel Dawe is a Mexican artist who is behind that mesmerizing installation of Plexus 35, the colorful string explosion which is composed of embroidery threads strung to create an indoor rainbow. This installation can be viewed in the Toledo Museum of Art until January 27, 2017. If you happen to in the vicinity, please make […]