"Lunar Fruit" Art Print by J.P Ormiston on Society6.

"Lunar Fruit" Art Print by J. Taking something and making it something else is fascinating, taking the moon which inherently has a dull color scheme and slicing it open to reveal the vibrant colors of fruit is an interesting contrast.

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park watercolor paintings watercolor prints watercolor flowers tutorial watercolor flowers diy watercolor drawing

By manipulating kitchen strainers and shining light through them, amazing portraits are created from the resulting shadows.

isaac cordal creates amazing street art portraits by customizing metal kitchen strainers & placing them in urban areas so that the public lights will project shadows of faces onto the pavement!

Three art students transformed this electrical tower in Hattingen, Germany into a stained glass lighthouse. The urban art installation used Acrylglas (plexiglass) rather than traditional stained glass for safety reasons.

Electrical Tower Turned into Stained Glass Lighthouse by German Art Students

three art students transformed this electrical tower in hattingen, germany into a stained glass lighthouse. The urban art installation used acrylglas (plexiglass) rather than traditional stained glass for safety reasons

"Found in Nature" - By Rosenthal. A collection of litter transformed into minimalist works of art.

"Found in Nature" Barry Rosenthal, photographer. A collection of litter transformed into minimalist works of art.

Redmer Hoekstra. Transformation within a single image combining texture and shape relationships could make for a great imagination-strengthening lesson.

Transformation within a single image combining texture and shape relationships could make for a great imagination-strengthening lesson.

Facing the Shadow Self

Facing the Shadow Self Incredible street art and I like the cracking in the surface which adds nuances to the work!

Plastic bag landscapes, Vilde J. Rolfsen

Plastic bag landscapes, Vilde J. Rolfsen (this isn't happiness.)

Vilde Rolfsen's magical landscapes created within plastic bags could be mistaken for close-ups of Arctic caves, crashing waves or aerials of icy mountains.

Hyperreal Spouse Sculptures - Couple Under an Umbrella by Ron Mueck is Astoundingly Life-Like (GALLERY)

Hyperreal Spouse Sculptures

Ted Lawson Hyperreal Spouse Sculptures - Couple Under an Umbrella by Ron Mueck is Astoundingly Life-Like (GALLERY)

Debbie Smyth

Who: Debbie Smyth What: installation of thread drawing Why: I love the idea of using thread and materials in my next project and this piece particularly interests me because of the "shading" created with more thread

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