Sculptor Dai Yong from the Chinese city of Xi’an had a quite unusual order from representatives of Red Town Creative Park in Shanghai: he had to build a Mercedes-Benz brick sculpture. As a guide the artist used only photos of cars. A copy cost the customer 95 000 US dollars.
Malaysian artist named Ed Hong Yi works in an unusual genre: she creates paintings from used tea bags. On one she used 20,000 bags of 10 different shades. The portrait was created in Melbourne, Australia, and then transferred to Davos, Switzerland, at the World Economic Forum.
Unique retro photographs of the Life magazine, dating from the mid of the last century. They Disney animators create scenes from the legendary animated films. And they all look in the mirror.This was done in order to draw any emotion, and then move it to the character.
Dino Tomic – a young tattoo artist of Croatian origin living in Norway. By his own admission, he has a lot to learn. But now he creates incredibly realistic pencil drawings.
French illustrator Troqman does not like to be bored. Every day, he creates small drawings that miraculously fit into the boring reality.
Shay Aaron is a brilliant artist from Israel who makes the most astonishing miniature food jewelry. These foodstuffs look so beautiful that we would desire to eat them.
Artist Jim Dingilian creates a rather unusual images. He fills the empty bottles with smoke, and then Jim slowly and selectively erases certain areas.The smoke which remains on the glass forms the amazing images.
French street artist Patrick Commecy, together with a group of muralists, turns dull and boring facades into something very bright and attractive.Most of the drawings is created by the initiators of the project in France, in large and small towns of France.