Alignment Picasso’s Self-Potraits Picture with His Transformation Art Taste

While many people recognize him only for his avant-garde, topsy-turvy paintings, his earlier work—like his self-portraits from 1896 and 1900—exhibit his ability to paint and sketch beautiful true-to-life depictions. Though a gifted draughtsman, Picasso did not dabble in this style for very long. In 1901, he entered his Blue Period—a phase in which he painted somber, stylized scenes in cool blue tones, as evident in his striking self-portrait from the same year

Frank Lloyd Wright in Kirigami’s Paperdandy

Paper engineer Marc Hagan-Guirey is the mastermind behind these models, which use the Japanese art of kirigami to produce their soft, ghost-like forms. A variation of origami, kirigami includes elements of both cutting and folding in its designs. The combination of approaches allow for intricate and precise paper structures

Gabriel Schama and ‘Ellsie” with Cutting Laser

By layering pieces of laser-cut mahogany plywood, Schama’s works are able to achieve a 3D effect, offering a patterned sense of depth. His silhouetted faces swirl with natural objects, such as sun rays and leaf motifs, but it is the architectural mastery of his geometric mandalas and layered portraits that create the bulk of Schama’s new collection

Enjoying Universe in The Mug

Artisan Amanda Joy Wells has created a series of galaxy ceramics whose luscious surface design is inspired by the cosmos. Using a mix of glazes, the brilliant, intermingling colors are reminiscent of faraway stars and glowing nebulae. From tea mugs to cups, Wells’ ceramics are a sleek and stylish homage to the Milky Way and will make your cupboard shine like the stars

Woman in Simbolism in Stella Im Hultberg’s Art Work

One of stand out Korean artist is Stella Im Hultberg, “Most of them are made up in my mind, as I don’t have any models. I must see faces of real people (models or real life) and mix them up in my head to my liking. Sometimes, I do see faces I absolutely fall in love with, and I’d try to use that as a reference too

Game of Thrones’s Microsculpture

I think the most elaborate piece from the Game of Thrones exhibition, it was the Iron Throne. It took me three tries and three weeks to create the final piece. The Titan of Braavos sculpture was also a tough one as there were a lot of fragile and intricate details in that piece

Disney Character in Artist Charisma

Disney is a huge entity in business entertainment, how about some artist being a stars in Disney’s classic stories. Flourishing with theirs image, those celebrities making Disney characters much more glowing in charisma.

Injection Purpose to The Next Level

Injection tools for medical purpose absolutely common, but if we want to make this tools to be another purpose thats a positive ways to creative learning, in veri-art we will show two of purpose how injection for medical tools being another purpose.

Dragon of Estonian

The oldest chainsaw artist records go back to the 1950s, which include artists Ray Murphy and Ken Kaiser. In 1952 Ray Murphy used his father’s chainsaw to carve his name into a piece of wood. In 1961 Ken Kaiser created 50 carvings for the Trees of Mystery.

Jim Carrey in Expressive Lines

Dyslexia is a specific learning disability in reading. Kids with dyslexia have trouble reading accurately and fluently. They may also have trouble with reading comprehension, spelling and writing.