Button Wednesday : Mona Lisa
It is Wednesday again, so it's BUTTON DAY on my blog !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Today a very spectacular image of the Mona Lisa in 3D and in buttons ! It is a huge statue inside the Hankyu shopping center in Kobe in Japan. The first three pictures are from Nick Grills's blog; the next one is from shushusuru; and the last one is from Joe Collver. (Never knew she had a butterfly at her back .....) (Her smile is even more psychedelic as the original one .....) Have you seen a lovely, beautiful…
Turning Trash into Public Sculpture & Installation Art
Composed of found objects, construction remnants and other offbeat materials, the art installations of Tadashi Kawamata are urban, gritty, in-your-face creations that are site-specific and evolve, twisting and morphing as they grow to monstrous proportions in public spaces.His early work focuses ...
David Mach: Coat Hanger Sculptures
Click to enlarge Scottish sculptor David Mach is a master at creating assemblages of mass-produced objects such as magazines, bricks, books, dominoes, matches, and, as illustrated in this post, wir…
Tiny Rolled Paper Portraits by Anant Nanvare
Anant Nanvare is a very talented digital illustrator from Mumbai, India as well as very talented with what appear to be thousands of rolled pieces of paper. He has created an incredible series of colorful and very detailed portraits made from rolling paper into tiny stacks for Conquerer Paper.
Marcus Levine Nail Art
Unlike Andrew Myers who uses screws to create three dimensional portraits, Yorkshire sculptor Marcus Levine uses nails to express the human form. The number of nails he uses for each sculpture varies from 3,000 to over 50,000. “From morning sun to evening sun the shadows across the sculptures change and affect the contrast and, by altering artificial lighting, the sculptures can appear as light as a pencil sketch or as..