She is a real visionary in the art world, this remarkable young Jen Stark, and there can be little doubt that she has a bright future in prospect.
It is truly mind-blowing to see the intricate small detail that Kris manages to put into his work, creating entire nightmare worlds that always seem frozen in some unspecified moment.
He is not only a craftsman. He has also created many caricatures, drawings and paintings of many world leaders and renowned personalities, such as Princess Diana and Indian actress Hema Malini.
This Japanese pioneer of imaginative art and design wanted to create an installation that that would allow people to 'walk into the light' and experience this in a whole new way.
Part of the Save Our Seas movement, he encourages people in his hometown of Los Angeles to walk around their neighbourhoods picking up and properly disposing of litter, taking better care of the world they live in.
Artist Bean Shanine came up with the idea of creating vampire and zombie reborn babies, which apparently are going down a storm with all who see them.
Claudio, though, unlike them, picks up litter to be used art projects, a hardcore example of how to abide by the iconic Scavengers Manifesto
A green artist of note, usually painting and illustrating, at times Anastassia elects to produce environmentally friendly art works, making use of recycled materials in ways that quite often are breath-taking to behold.
Discover the artistic and historical of Balinese at the Bali Museum. For traveler and shopaholic, DO NOT miss the unique Shopping Mall ever!!! Enjoy your Holy-Day!^^
A young Italian Sculptor based in Turin, Italy, Fabio Viale is a traditionalist using marble for his creations, though his sculptures are never ordinary., in any conventional sense
You cannot help but be mesmerized at the way she manages to highlight the thoughtless environmental damage done by humanity, by fusing images of this with sculptures of amazing power
Her work was instantly recognizable and soon became popular, to the extent that she had to expand expanded her jewellery range to include various kinds of wearable pieces, each representative of colored pencils work
The beauty of these incredible little things is that they are 100% green, all made from recycled drinks cans. They are wildly popular is Asia, seen as outstanding lucky charms.
Carving one page at a time, within the out-of-date reference books, or dictionaries that he uses, he carefully removes what he finds superfluous.
She is adept at shaping paper, often through slicing and cutting for obtaining various effects, working with paper for this talented artist a central part of her creative joy.
Part of a series of ‘seating, shelter and vantage points’ along a 27-mile cycle track that circumnavigates Kielder Water, the 5.5m high timber structure takes the form of an elongated human head sporting a gaping mouth and vast holes for eyes
Peter comments that his paper works have been based around an exploration of the relationship between two and three dimensionality, and he finds the transformation of a flat piece of paper into a 3D form to be almost a magic process.
Silently bringing the issues of toxic pollution, animal suffering, GM crops and more into stark focus with her ghostly white porcelain pieces, she graphically demonstrates how destructive humanity is.
Hundreds of hours have since been spent by the artist with these somewhat unusual materials, painstakingly arranging striking, iconic shapes from them for a series of stunning images
An amazing artist, sculpting only with the iconic toy blocks, he displays a virtuosic ability, sculpting emotional and psychological figures which either provoke or amuse, but always catch attention.
Kris Kuksi is truly a modern sculptural legend. Examples of his stunning works can be found globally and celebrities happily buy his art, which really does need to be seen close-up to truly appreciate how dramatic and detailed they truly are.
As a teenager in York, Pennsylvania, where he was born, Koons revered Salvador Dalì, even to the extent of paying the artist a visit at the Plaza Hotel
Italian artist Maurizio Savini, who creates amazing sculptures out of used, pink chewing gum and fiberglass, because he loves the synthetic fleshliness of the pink color.
The esquisite artistry of the man who spends hours carving out the most intricate of patterns into egg-shells, creating wonderful works of art.
Some collectors actually see them as beautiful dolls, but for others they are often exact replications of particular children, acting either as substitutes or almost-living memories of times gone by.