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Cet artiste transforme de simples bouquins en de véritables grimoires tout droit sortis de contes de fées

Cet artiste transforme de simples bouquins en de véritables grimoires tout droit sortis de contes de fées
Aniko Kolesnikova est un artiste de talent qui revisite les couvertures de vos bouquins de manière très originale. Dragons, hiboux, lions et fleurs prennent littéralement vie sur vos livres avec des reliefs époustouflants. Inspirées par un monde merveilleux et féerique, ces créations sont minutieusement travaillées à la main par l’artiste qui utilise de la pâte polymère. De belles illustrations qui vous plongeront dans un véritable conte de fées avant même d’avoir ouvert votre bouquin. Aniko nous fait voyager dans un monde merveilleux grâce à ses créations très originales.

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Cet artiste de rue portugais crée de splendides graffitis en 3D qui semblent flotter dans les airs Odeith, un artiste de rue portugais extraordinairement doué, crée des œuvres incroyables, qui vous convaincront que ce sont des sculptures tridimensionnelles flottant dans les airs. Sa maîtrise de l’art anamorphique et de la perspective est tout simplement stupéfiante. Nous vous suggérons de passer plusieurs minutes à admirer son art, car c’est le temps nécessaire pour analyser et percer à jour le mystère de ces merveilleuses illusions. (source: odeith.com) En incorporant le sol et l’éclairage environnant dans ses compositions, Odeith parvient à donner l’impression que ses peintures « flottantes » projettent une ombre sur le sol, ou émettent de la lumière. Véritable homme-orchestre, Odeith possédait autrefois une boutique de tatouages, et il vend par ailleurs des peintures sur toile. « J’ai quitté l’école à l’âge de 15 ans, et je n’ai jamais suivi de cours d’art. « Cela prend beaucoup de temps avant d’atteindre un niveau de perfection élevé.

Son art est si simple et intelligent que je ne peux m'empêcher de sourire à chaque photo Abonne-Toi Maintenant Pour Recevoir Ta Dose Quotidienne d'Émotions ! Sign in Bienvenue ! Connectez-vous à votre compte : Forgot your password? Password recovery Restaurez votre mot de passe Un mot de passe vous sera envoyé par email. Accueil Art Son art est si simple et intelligent que je ne peux m’empêcher... Art L’artiste équatorien Javier Perez intègre des objets de tous les jours dans ses simples illustrations afin de créer une série de compositions imaginatives et inattendues. Peut-être que nous aimons ce genre d’illustrations car elles nous aident à reconsidérer les choses qui composent nos vies quotidiennes. Une autre raison qui explique l’attirance de son travail, c’est aussi son accessibilité. Source: Javier Perez Derniers Articles Le bébé s’assoit calmement dans sa main, mais regardez lorsqu’il essaye de le déposer… Animaux Hannah - Un éléphanteau est tombé au fond d’un puits et y est resté coincé, il a été sauvé le lendemain matin. Art Hannah - A ne Pas Manquer Mode Lei - Art eric - Enfants

View aquatic animals “alive without breath” in Singaporean artist’s take on 3-D painting【Photos】 Does “Goldfish Salvation” ring a bell? Japanese artist, Riusuke Fukahori, changed the way we look at goldfish with his super realistic 3-D paintings created by painting on layers of clear resin. Inspired by Fukahori, Singaporean artist Keng Lye, too, started creating a series of intricate 3-D painting masterpieces which he has named “Alive Without Breath.” See his lifelike paintings after the break! Now internationally famous, Riusuke Fukahori’s claim to fame is his unique style of creating extremely realistic goldfish paintings by using acrylic paint on layers upon layers of clear resin, resulting in 3-D paintings that are so real it looks as if the little fishes froze in time. Artists are constantly inspired by sights and sounds around them, as Fukahori got inspired by his pet goldfish. How he manages to create the parts that seem to be above “water” level boggles me to no end.

Cet artiste crée de magnifiques sculptures animales à partir de vieilles pièces de métal Seuls de vrais experts en travail du métal sont capables d’insuffler la vie à leurs sculptures. C’est précisément ce que parvient à faire l’artiste russe Igor Verniy avec ses superbes sculptures animalières steampunks, élégantes et articulées. Ce sont leurs articulations mobiles et le souci du détail de Verniy qui leur donnent vie. De telles créations demandent à l’artiste énormément de travail préparatoire. Folt Bolt-the colorful art palette Gioia Albano Émotionnel, peintures féminines et de maternage - des originaux pour l'achat, des expositions de galerie, des événements d'art, Bio Maternage, femmes, arbre de la vie Albano Gioia, artiste peintre italienne née à Milan le 20 juin 1973. Bienvenue ici! Je suis née artiste, même si mon voyage ici a été tout sauf linéaire. Aujourd'hui, je vis dans le sud de la France avec mon mari et mes trois enfants. Il n'est pas facile de trouver du temps pour tout faire et en fait souvent je peins la nuit.

Gioia Albano Mama Artist 1, 2 or 3: what do you see? A new sculpture from artist James Hopkins plays with perspective to reveal different numerical forms depending on the viewer's point of, er, view 123 has just been installed outside the Florentinum development in Prague. The two and a half metre tall stainless steel sculpture transforms into either a 1, a 2 or a 3 depending on where the viewer is standing. This concept video explains more Much of Hopkins' work (see here) plays with perspective and tricks of the eye. Get Lost in the Details of Miniature Test-Tube Cities What is it about incredibly tiny spaces that makes them seem so expansive? When I look at the meticulously crafted buildings and narrow landscapes of Rosa de Jong, I feel like I’m smaller than they are, that I could get lost in each detail. But each of these miniature buildings is no bigger than the test tube they are suspended in. They are a few centimeters wide at most. The collection of miniature homes and buildings is called Micro Matter. Buildings cling to rocks and erupt out of clouds. De Jong is a freelance designer, art director, and animator based out of Amsterdam. You can see more of De Jong’s finished work and some progress pics on Dribble and Instagram.

The Ukrainian-Born Man Who Grows Porcelain Flowers Vladimir Kanevsky used to be an architect in USSR. But when he was in his late thirties, he moved to New York where his skills were no longer demanded. With no connections and no experience, he had to enter upon a job that could bring him money. So Vladimir started making porcelain flowers. It was easier to sell than sculptures he wanted to create. Vladimir’s flowers got to Europe, and some of them ended in some royal collections. Ukrainian-born artist Vladimir Kanevsky, a former architect in USSR, sculpts beautiful flowers from porcelain Vladimir professes to a life-long love of botanic and that’s what got him into creating porcelain flowers It’s hard to believe that this gorgeous flower bouque is not what it seems Each flower is actually made from porcelain Here’s a look at the artist’s studio “I like flowers because they have a logical structure to them. He often adds tiny imperfections to his works like bent stems, spots or insect bites to add to the realism A close-up of lilacs

One Continuous Line Tattoos By Iranian-German Artist Mo Ganji German-Iranian tattoo artist Mo Ganji wants to create simple images with a strong impact. Born in Iran but based out of Berlin, Ganji believes that it’s easier to “add and add” than to use limited tools to create something basic. This philosophy results in tattoos that appear to be just one line, and may also have something to do with his outlook on the world. “My [former] career was based on values I don’t believe in,” Ganji told Tattrx. “A lot of people are in a similar situation, but nowadays … they’d rather live a “safe” life with a “safe” income and they are willing to sell their beliefs and their freedom for it…Painting, drawing and Tattooing gives me inner peace, because it feels natural to me. More info: moganji.com | Facebook | Instagram (h/t: tattrx) “When it comes to life, I appreciate the simple things” “Anyone can add and add and add. “Creating something simple is way more challenging to me than creating something complex” “The reason I started tattooing is because I do care”

We Designed These Lamps To Grow Plants In Windowless Spaces We think that plants are playing an increasingly significant role in our urban environment. The conditions for growing have always been the intensive care and plenty of natural light. So we decided to design the mygdal plant light to greenery to grow in windowless spaces as hotels or restaurants. It doesn’t require any human care like ventilation or irrigation. The plant light makes use of the physical similarity between Led and sunlight. Thus, the plants can perform photosynthesis. The luminaire is a completely self-sustaining ecosystem where the plants can grow undisturbed for years. More info: Facebook

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