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Amazing Pictures by Theo Gosselin 

The lighting, colors, composition, exposure, everything is amazing in Theo‘s photographs. This nineteen year old guy from France can easily become your favorite photographer. Just take a look at these pictures and see why we’re saying this… ↑ Back to top Related:  Art

MWM Graphics | Matt W. Moore With a Passion for Skateboarding: Creative Art Sculptures by Haroshi Now that’s a sick madness! If you have never heard about Japanese wood sculptor named Haroshi, go get the wind of his most original conceptual art. As a creator of amazingly beautiful wooden sculptures out of old, crashed and broken skateboard decks, Haroshi passed for a man of considerable resourcefulness. His multicolored and meticulously sculpted art pieces simply astound with lifelike affinity, so in whichever way it’s even possible to mistake them for being real! In his works he stacks many layers with all piece elements being connected either in their original form or in shapes to form wooden mosaic, dots, and pixels. After that they’re cut down to size, shaven to get rid of the debris, and afterwards coated with a final glossy finish. Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source Source

Reactive Paint (by @baekdal) #design Shi Yuan has created a way to turn normally passive things into something with a life of its own. Like this wallpaper that reacts to heat, the painting that react when you touch it, or the daily calendar that fades away during the day. It is made using heat sensitive paint - and it is incredible. Heat Sensitive Wallpaper Turn up the heat and your wallpaper starts to blossom. Here with the radiator is off... ...and now on. A painting with feelings Show people how you feel by touching the painting. The day that simply faded away... Watch how the day slowly fades away with this calendar (Via Shi Yuan) Follow: 42Concepts Monsters Hand Draw by Kids | Hand Drawing Art Pictures and Ideas Published on February 2nd, 2011 A little boy is chatting with his old baby ghost friend and passing a very hilarious moment both together. Height of the little friend is making the different to contact with eyes. Therefore, Little phantom has stood behind the forest. In the sea, artist tried to figure out a Figure Drawing where a boatman is running his boat so fast because phantoms are trying to guard him from the huge wave of the sea. The stranger is walking through the road by his way and from the jungle ghosts are irritating him but stranger does not care about this big dirty things.

Society6 Artists Art Prints | Print Shop Popular All « PrevNext » « Prev1234 ... 80Next » Video Transcript What is art? From the materials we use to the hands that ply them, we match the care that goes into everything we make to that of the artist that designed it. It begins with those thousands of artists entrusting their original work to another. It's the paper that isn't just paper, but pressed European cotton. It's the archival quality inks that mean your print outlives you. It's the craftsmen that print, cut, check and pack your art. All together, thousands of steps were taken to make your Art Print. This is our process. This is our art.

59 Amazing Street Art collected by @themadray | Designerscouch #thecritiquenetwork The Freedom Tunnel - New York, NY : New York, NY - Peter - Monday, June 9th, 2008 : goo [previous] :: [next] This is the north entrance to the Freedom Tunnel , on the west side of Manhattan in Harlem. I could go on and on describing this place, its contents and meaning, but I'll let the photos speak for themselves. More reading here, though: Freedom Tunnel Just inside the tunnel, looking north towards the entrance, early morning sunlight just starting to stream in. I carried a tripod in order to avoid using the tell-tale flash. This was a small area that led nowhere, as if an area made so trackworkers of yore would have a place to eat their lunches or avoid oncoming trains... As the day progressed and the sun rose, beams of light began to illuminate the tunnel, streaming in from the gratings in the sidewalks of Riverside Park (Manhattan) which runs not 20 feet directly above the floor of the tunnel... 107th street, as well as some of the amazing graffiti that started becoming apparent as it got lighter inside the tunnel... Wow!

20 Examples of Graffiti & Street Art In this post, the first of a series, we show you 20 top street art and graffiti artworks around the world. Today we start with Europe – next post: South America! > Asia > South America > North America France – Paris authors: c215 Austria – Vienna authors: Wurstbande Portugal – Lisbon authors: Tosco Finland authors: Soma – Paju Holland – Amsterdam authors: Roa – Morcky Denmark-Aarhus authors: Randomfomation England – Sheffield authors: Phlegm Holland – Rotterdam authors: Onesto Germany – Berlin authors: Mymonsters-Astre-Vagabundos England – Bristol authors: Kimmings – Upfest Spain – Valencia authors: Interesni-kazki – Escif authors: Horoiwa Belgium – Ghent authors: Hartos – JeanSpezial – Resto – Pest – Roa Bulgaria authors: Fars – Mouse – Varna Spain – Zaragoza authors: unknown France – Montpellier authors: Captain – Rouget – Dran_ England – London authors: Blu Italy – Milan authors: Berse – Cruz Ukraine – Kiev authors: Aec

Recycled Newspaper Creatures Photograph: Nick Georgiou At first glance, this sculpture might pass for a dog, but look again and you’ll notice that despite having a curiously affecting expression, its eyes aren’t moving and its fur is made out of recycled newspaper. The Gloamer. Photograph: Nick Georgiou This is "The Gloamer," one of urban sculptor Nick Georgiou’s newspaper sculptures, which he poses on the street before photographing people’s reactions to them. Speaking to Helen Soteriou, he explained: “I get a lot of double takes, some people stopping me even before I position the piece. Sculpture alongside a Banksy. Georgiou likes the spontaneity of the street, abandoning the sacrosanct boundaries of the gallery — you can’t predict how the environment will change, and you can’t predict how the public will interact with the sculpture, adding a whole new active personality to the artwork. All this unwanted paper is symptomatic of a larger issue — the decline of the press — which is one of Georgiou’s key themes.