Friday, July 21, 2017

animals steampunk sculpture

animals steampunk sculpture

Russian sculptor Igor Verniy creates beautiful and elegant steampunk sculptures of birds, butterflies, and other wild animals. A lot of work goes on behind the scenes before Verniy creates his artwork. He observes his creations’ living counterparts to ensure that he captures their movements just right. Then, he assembles them from various pieces of scrap metal – old car parts, bike parts, clock movements, tableware, and anything else that fits.

animals steampunk sculpture

animals steampunk sculpture

animals steampunk sculpture

animals steampunk sculpture

animals steampunk sculpture

animals steampunk sculpture

animals steampunk sculpture

animals steampunk sculpture
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architecture tattoos design ideas

architecture tattoos design ideas

Here are some of stunning tattoos compiled  to appreciate the beauty of architecturally inspired body art. In it you'll find a plethora of examples of how architecture can influence body art in ways you wouldn't imagine. From intricate inkings of buildings and minimalist lines to beautiful geometric designs and panoramas of well-known cityscapes, the tattoos below will give you plenty of ideas if you're thinking about getting some new ink done.

architecture tattoos design ideas

architecture tattoos design ideas

architecture tattoos design ideas

architecture tattoos design ideas

architecture tattoos design ideas

architecture tattoos design ideas

architecture tattoos design ideas
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paper cut portrait of some public figure

paper cut portrait of some public figure

Nayan Shrimali and his partner Vaishali are Paper cut artist based in India. They're make paper cut artworks and wearable. This series of Paper cut artworks contains some of the most inspirational and their favorite characters from history and cinema. They have been experimenting with paper cut art since last 1 year and explored different types of paper art and methods to create some unique art and wearable. In this series of artworks they're explored the details of a face and expression of a human being through different layers of papers and colors. All the artwork made are completely hand cut and hand painted on paper with a paper cutting knife and acrylic colors and assembled carefully to perfection.The artwork are made in different layers to give depth and a tactile feeling to the artwork so it appears more real to the viewer.

paper cut portrait of some public figure

paper cut portrait of some public figure

paper cut portrait of some public figure

paper cut portrait of some public figure

paper cut portrait of some public figure

paper cut portrait of some public figure
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Leaf cutting art by Lorenzo Duran

Leaf cutting art by Lorenzo Duran
    
 Lorenzo M. DurĂ¡n, who was born in Spain, in 1969 is an artist of drawing, painting and sculpting. He decided to become a full-time artist when parenthood, unemployment, and midlife crisis visited him (at the same time!) in 2006. Fortunately, he was given lots of time to think deeply about it all and decided to combine 2 of his true passions: Art and Nature. First he started painting some oils, but all of the sudden he saw a caterpillar having lunch (a leaf) and the trace left behind its body suggested that he could cut his designs on tree leaves with a scalpel, just as many artists had been doing in paper cutting art. That idea became an obsession and from 2006-2008   he developed a technique to meet  his goal. A couple of years later (2010-2011) his leaf cutting artwork called many people's attention, and all of the sudden his  first pieces appeared in lots of media (Daily Mail, Huffington Post, BBC, El Mundo, etc.).

Leaf cutting art by Lorenzo Duran

Leaf cutting art by Lorenzo Duran

Leaf cutting art by Lorenzo Duran

Leaf cutting art by Lorenzo Duran

Leaf cutting art by Lorenzo Duran

Leaf cutting art by Lorenzo Duran
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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Inner child drawing by Karin Taylor

Inner child drawing by Karin Taylor

Australian illustrator, Karin Taylor, is a mother of two children. She loves to illustrate for children and the inner child. Her muse is the ocean. Karin's art process is drawing with a mechanical pencil on paper. Her artistic career began in 2002. Her works are filled with childlike naivety and simplicity, but at the same time have a deep meaning. In doing so, and reliving some of those special memories, one can find they are reengaging with their inner child and re-experiencing something of that beautiful memory, that wonderful journey all over again. The sense of wonderment we had as children, often disappears amidst the stress of the ordinary everyday,but the only difference is that we aren’t accessing it, Karin says.

Inner child drawing by Karin Taylor

Inner child drawing by Karin Taylor

Inner child drawing by Karin Taylor

Inner child drawing by Karin Taylor

Inner child drawing by Karin Taylor

Inner child drawing by Karin Taylor

Inner child drawing by Karin Taylor

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