Peintures translucides pour représenter les vagues de l'océan - Lia Melia Cambridge-based visual artist Lia Melia creates strikingly energetic paintings where curling and crashing ocean waves splash and splatter across the canvas. Having grown up near the sea, that is where artist Lia Melia continues to find her inspiration. "The seas moods can always express my deepest feelings," she explains. Pierres en équilibre - Michael Grab Michael Grab is an artist that has been ‘rock balancing‘ since 2008. Much of his recent work has been done around the Boulder, Colorado area. Grab finds the process both spiritual and therapeutic. On his site gravityglue.com, Grab explains:
This Will Make You Fall In Love! Level 1 Congratulations! You leveled up, but you aren't logged in so we can't save your points. Login Sign Up Share13.4K Tweet168 Share112 Share7 Stumble3 Share13.7K Don’t try this at home You think that books are just for reading? It turns out that many people think different. Georgia Russell is from Scotland. She uses scalpel instead of a brush or a pen. Her creations look like some fairy-tale creatures. Your beautiful eyes on Photography Served Behance Served Sites Served is a collection of sites that showcase category specific content from Behance, the world's leading platform for creative professionals across all industries. View All Served Sites → photography Served
Lieux de tous les jours sous dessins ajourés - Shamekh Bluwi Shamekh Bluwi, an Ammam, Jordan-based illustrator and architect, is creating a striking series of photographs that feature paper cutouts of women whose dresses can become literally anything… Shamekh’s sketches are completed with the patterns and scenery he encounters in his everyday life — From beautiful tiles…
Visual Art - Mukesh Singh Mukesh Singh is an Indian artist who dabbles in comic books, motion graphics, CG modeling, epic visual art and more. Check out his DeviantArt page, it’s chalk full of awesomeness! The Art of Negative Space. on the Behance Network Sign Up Log In The Art of Negative Space. Project Featured On: Mysterious paper sculptures « Central Station Those of you who don’t keep up with Edinburgh’s literary world through Twitter may have missed the recent spate of mysterious paper sculptures appearing around the city. Guardian article, 3rd March 2011. One day in March, staff at the Scottish Poetry Library came across a wonderful creation, left anonymously on a table in the library. Carved from paper, mounted on a book and with a tag addressed to @byleaveswelive – the library’s Twitter account – reading: It started with your name @byleaveswelive and became a tree.… … We know that a library is so much more than a building full of books… a book is so much more than pages full of words.… This is for you in support of libraries, books, words, ideas….. a gesture (poetic maybe?) Next to the ‘poetree’ sat a paper egg lined with gold and a scatter of words which, when put together, make “A Trace of Wings” by Edwin Morgan.
ART BY JANE WALKER: How to Make Glass Marbles Click on image to see photos of a marble being made in "Make a Ribbon Core Marble". These instructions are free of charge for personal use only (see copyright below). PLEASE NOTE: I do not give lessons or demonstrations. I put together these instructions for making marbles using a Hot Head torch at the request of another marble-maker, Dee Snell. The Hot Head is the least expensive glass working torch, and is simple to use. One can make good quality marbles and other small glass items with this torch and some basic tools.