Paintbrush Tools Art
Los Angeles-based surrealist Alexandra Dillon brings back to life things that people throw away in the most charming way. Dillon scavenges worn out paintbrushes and other common objects to use them as canvases for portraits of imaginary people.
// DISTORSION IDENTITAIRE
Jenn' Gauthier ~ "Distorsion identitaire" personal project "Trying to express the notion of loss of identity plot was a bit complicated, but I thought the portrait was a good representation of our identity, especially in today's world… Each element is part of us and when we lose ourselves, we lose our identity. It is this principle that I directed this work by creating a kind of deformation or be observed all the fragments of the person who weaves, is lost." (Googletranslated) via Behance…
The 100 Most Influential People - In Your Life — Pictures and Stories
As I scanned the list of 100 names who have influenced the world, I thought, “besides those who have influenced the world at large, who are the people who have influenced my life more directly?”
40 DIY Match Box Art Ideas For Kids - Bored Art
If you are the kind of person who hates to waste anything that comes from your home, then you will just love this article. And then if you want to inculcate this habit in the young ones at home, have them give full freedom to their creativity and encourage them to do simple projects without involving much
Christine Kim- Shadows Dreams and Forms | Galerie Youn - Contemporary art gallery in Montréal
Paper constitutes the form and material of experimentation in the mixed-media collages of Toronto-based artist Christine Kim. Paper is not only a surface for graphite, ink and watercolours, as Kim explores the act of drawing by interrogating its materiality through drawing, painting, cutting, and fo
Aldo Tolino creates stunning Origami portraits
In this series “Past Futur Perfekt”, Aldo Tolino plays with faces that he destroys and rebuilds in spectacular portraits.
There's no stopping the runaway success of Brazilian art duo Bicicleta Sem Freio...
Brazilian art duo Bicicleta Sem Freio (Bicycle Without a Brake) came careering into London town for an introductory showcase at the weekend, bringing with them a selection of work that had everyone's retinas needing a lie down in a darkened room to recover from the shock. The exhibition was