Tagged: visualization

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Girl’S Dreams Vividly Displayed by Jan Von Holleben

Known for his Dreams of Flying series, Jan von Holleben‘s world is playful, fun, and impossibly inventive. He transforms the ordinary into something out of a picture book. In time, he worked on an...

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Enormous Victorian House Made from LEGO Bricks

Lego artist Mike Doyle creates these incredible Victorian Houses using no foreign materials (wood, glue, paint or otherwise), just pure tiny plastic bricks. Moreover, no Lego piece have been altered (painted, cut or otherwise)....

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Hilarious Everyday Objects Come Alive

Created by Ian Thomas, this hilarious series “Stuff That Comes Alive When I Go to Sleep” are inspired by Terry Borders’ brilliant work at “Bent Objects”, with maybe a little Gary Larson thrown in...

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From Sand to Art: Magnificently Sand Sculptures

Still remembered when you were a little child, tried to make your own castle on beach? There are a group of people who still loved to play with sand even they are already grown-ups....

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Amazing Portraits Mady Out of Pencil Shavings

We’ve already featured Brighton-based Kyle Bean for his eggshell chicken, and he continues to amaze us with more original works. Like this time, Bean has created a series of unique portraits made with pencil...

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Invisible Man: Stunning Camouflage Art by Liu Bolin

Inspired by how some animals can blend into their environment. Liu Bolin from China uses camouflage principles to create amazing contemporary art. His advanced camouflage art exploded onto the art scene as we were...

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Amazing Sequential Photography by Kim Taylor

Photography is a great art in itself and when we use technicalities with the art, the outcomes are really something that amazes us. One of the biggest example of blending creativity and technology is...

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Stunning Surreal Photography by Jerry Uelsmann

For some photographers the creative process ends with the click of the shutter. But for Jerry Uelsmann it is only the beginning. In his darkroom Uelsmann develops and seamlessly combines negatives to create composite...