If you are not told those are paper sculptures, you probably will think they are made out of real fur. These awesome Lifelike 3D Paper Animal Sculptures created by are Brooklyn-based artist Jose Suris IV with various papers, styrofoam, wireform, and paperclay. Via layers of paper and shades of color, Suris is able to produce extremely detailed shapes with incredible texture that gives those animal sculpture a lifelike presence.
In the world of hand painting, Italian artist Guido Daniele is definitely a leading innovator. By having his models contort their hands into specific positions, he could use his painting skills to transform it into highly detailed and realistic animals onto hands. On average the typical “Handimal” takes around three to four hours to paint in its entirety. For Daniele, the hardest part is not the painting itself, but rather having to watch his paintings be washed down the drain and disappear on a daily basis. But luckily, we still can see those amazing works on photos.
Turning unused/unwanted items into something spectacular is always amazing. We have featured many creative recycle and upcycle work, and here is another great example of recycle art – Ballroom Luminoso. Created by Artists Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock, this series of six spectacular chandeliers are transformed from old bike parts and hung in the underpass of Theo/Malone and IH-35 San Antonio, Texas. ‘Ballroom Luminoso’ chandeliers contain a custom-made LED light installation, which project colorful silhouettes of sprockets and other pieces onto the drab cement underpass and create a magnificent shadow theater. Such a wonderful public art installation!
“Wooden“, is a unique illustration series created by Germany-based graphic designer Antoni Tudisco. Sketching ever since he was a child, Tudisco developed a great passion for art and design. In the “Wooden” project, Tudisco transforms all kinds of things, from cheeseburgers to sneakers, into wooden illustrations. The shapes, textures and all the other details make the illustration so real and hard to believe they are not carved out of wood. You can find more detailed images about this project on Antoni’s Behance page.
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