Stylist Elena Mora has teamed up with photographer Karsten Wegenerto, to create this impressive series of Ricettario – “A balanced diet”, which bizarrely lined ingredients for different dishes. Read the rest of this entry →
Everyone knows that the appearance of your food makes up a large part of the overall impression of of its use. Well, if you were able make a bowl of noodles in a Chewbacca, and sandwiches – in Angry Birds, from your meal is unlikely anyone will be able to refuse. So lets have a look at amazing food art!
Hong Yi, who goes by the nickname ‘Red’, is a Malaysian artist-architect. She was given the nickname because her surname, Hong, sounds like the word ‘red’ in Mandarin. She also loves how a colour can stir up conflicting emotions – one of love and passion, and of danger and sacrifice. Read the rest of this entry →
Lorenzo Quinn (born May 7, 1966) is an Italian sculptor and former actor, and the fifth son of actor Anthony Quinn. Internationally renowned sculptor Lorenzo Quinn is regarded as one of the leading contemporary sculptors in the world. Inspired by the great masters such as Michelangelo, Bernini, Carpaux and Rodin, Lorenzo’s monumental sculptures transmit emotion and meaning. His passion and strongly held political and religious views all flow through his work. In Spain, he is best known for brilliantly re-creating the human hand. Read the rest of this entry →
Shok Oner – native londoner and do not be afraid to experiment. He began, like many, with the classic graffiti. Then he moved to the more physical forms. As part of a street pattern, always looking for something new. This you can see on the submitted works. Figures Shok Oner «live» in many countries around the world. In addition to his native Britain, a lot of creativity left in Switzerland and Italy. Since 2010 year, Shok Oner often overseas (USA, Mexico). The plans do not know, but sure zone “covering” will soon expand. Read the rest of this entry →
I’ll suggest to take a look at the amazing colorful works by masters of body art. Unlike the Conservatives, the masters of body art has to work with a alive canvas, which sooner or later will want to scratch or go pee) Admire him even more a series of photographs titled “Anatomical Museum” of Chadwick Gray and Laura Spector, who decided to combine his two passions – art of the XIX century and body art – in one project. Read the rest of this entry →
Let’s have a look at interesting work Cardboard sculptures by Dylan Shields. Artist predominantly focused on sculpture, investigating the relationship between traditional, narrative painting and contemporary materials. Exploring the relationship between art history and its context in modern society, highlighting the forgotten narratives of old masters. Re-examining the moral context through the medium of cardboard and parcel tape. Read the rest of this entry →
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