Artist, Lucas Simões

Hand Cut Geometrical Portraits collage made by through ten layers of photographs by Lucas Simões, Brazilian. Collage through ten layers of photographs.

Artist, Takanori Aiba "Bonsai-B"

Takanori Aiba is a Japanese artist who specializes in intricate Bonsai Tree-houses. Aiba uses craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other materials to construct sprawling miniature tree-house communities that wrap around bonsai trees.

Artist, Tom Fruin,"Kolonihavehus" (2010)

Tom Fruin: Works Imagine the play of light and color inside this stained glass dream of a house!

Artist, Brian Dettmer, "Wagnalls Wheel" (2010)

Brian Dettmer Wagnalls Wheel 2010 Altered Set of Vintage Encyclopedias x x Image Courtesy of the Artist and Toomey Tourell Fine Art

Artist, Ina Jang, Fashion spread in Jalouse Magazine, April 2012

Ina Jang in Jalouse April 2012

Artist/Architect, Maya Lin "Atlas Landscape (detail)," from "Systematic Landscapes" (2006)

A cut away atlas. Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego). Maya Lin explores landscape as both form and content, as well as the role technology plays in visualizing and transforming our world.

Artist, Elodie Antoine, Lace work

Belgian artist Elodie Antoine, who is using lace-making techniques to create contemporary artwork that contrasts the delicate and romantic material with more severe industrial imagery.

Artist, Janet Echelman, Denver installation

American artist Janet Echelman reshapes urban airspace with monumental, fluidly moving sculpture that responds to environmental forces including wind, water, and sunlight. A transporting 10 minutes of pure creativity speaking at TED.

Artist, Claudio Parentela ( ... NOTE: this website is a little flashy)

Details enhanced by chaos, revisitations that smell of cubism and impressionism, with dabs of dada and pop art. Here’s the latest work by underground artist Claudio Parentela.

Artist, Lauren DiCioccio, 1FEB10 (lady gaga)

For her "Sewnnews" series, San Francisco-based artist Lauren DiCioccio hand embroiders photos she finds in newspapers, using cotton muslin and a needle.