When meteorology meets the creative process of artists, the result can prove to be as destabilizing as interesting. The Boston-based artist Nathalie Miebach indeed drew her inspiration from the shapes formed by the data on weather records to create colorful works following the basket weaving technique. Her work is titled Weather Scores and is similar to extremely complex children’s toys. A funny invention at the crossroads of scientific and playful areas.

When meteorology meets the creative process of artists, the result can prove to be as destabilizing as interesting. The Boston-based artist Nathalie Miebach indeed drew her inspiration from the shapes formed by the data on weather records to create colorful works following the basket weaving technique. Her work is titled Weather Scores and is similar to extremely complex children’s toys. A funny invention at the crossroads of scientific and playful areas.

The Danish graphic design studio PUTPUT is based in Copenhagen and focuses its works on photography and sculpture. This duo of artists recently published an inventive photo series titled Paint rollers, which distorts with a lot of humour a paint roller by adding diverse items such as a newspaper, a baguette, an ear of corn or a cactus.

Photographic Series Reinventing Paint Rollers

The Danish graphic design studio PUTPUT is based in Copenhagen and focuses its works on photography and sculpture. This duo of artists recently published an inventive photo series titled Paint rollers, which distorts with a lot of humour a paint roller by adding diverse items such as a newspaper, a baguette, an ear of corn or a cactus.

Li Xiaofeng is the incredible artist who dresses us in porcelain : native of Beijing, he uses Chinese traditional ceramic, which he found on archeological sites. We find pieces of bowls as well as other objects of the big dynasties of his country, which he assembles minutely for create unique and sublime pieces. Recently, he realizes himself chinas that he painted, sewed, and which paraded for Lacoste and Alexandre McQueen.

Incredible Traditional Chinese Ceramic Clothes

Li Xiaofeng is the incredible artist who dresses us in porcelain : native of Beijing, he uses Chinese traditional ceramic, which he found on archeological sites. We find pieces of bowls as well as other objects of the big dynasties of his country, which he assembles minutely for create unique and sublime pieces. Recently, he realizes himself chinas that he painted, sewed, and which paraded for Lacoste and Alexandre McQueen.

Matt W. Moore is an artist who lets a great part to the Nature in his creations. He imagines mandalas composed of wood and little stones. The viewer is surprised to decompose these sculptures and following their geometry.

Beautiful Mandalas Made From Wood and Stones

Matt W. Moore is an artist who lets a great part to the Nature in his creations. He imagines mandalas composed of wood and little stones. The viewer is surprised to decompose these sculptures and following their geometry.

Devorah Sperber is an artist who imagined iconic paintings and pictures by pixelating it with the help of hundreds thread spools. Creations are watchable in reverse at a first time. Artist placed glass spheres before her installations that enable the viewer to watch it right side up.

Pixelated Iconic Pictures With Thread Spools

Devorah Sperber is an artist who imagined iconic paintings and pictures by pixelating it with the help of hundreds thread spools. Creations are watchable in reverse at a first time. Artist placed glass spheres before her installations that enable the viewer to watch it right side up.

Hong-based artist Johnson Tsang (previously featured here) bends, stretches and distorts human faces to create his impressive porcelain sculptures.  "The comical works morph facial features and body parts, at times cramming the identities of multiple persons into a single being. These new pieces from his

Lucid Dreams: Distorted Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

Hong-based artist Johnson Tsang (previously featured here) bends, stretches and distorts human faces to create his impressive porcelain sculptures. "The comical works morph facial features and body parts, at times cramming the identities of multiple persons into a single being. These new pieces from his

Wonderful Plasticine Miniatures Sculptures – Fubiz Media

Wonderful Plasticine Miniatures Sculptures

Wonderful Plasticine Miniatures Sculptures – Fubiz Media

Wonderful Plasticine Miniatures Sculptures

Wonderful Plasticine Miniatures Sculptures – Fubiz Media

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