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100 Cardboard Project by Berni Valenta

Check out this cool personal project by German designer Berni Valenta. He decided to create 100 character illustrations on 12x12 inch  shipping cartons. The outcome turned out to be a success and was displayed at the "der pappe 1-100" show in Düsseldorf Germany. We thought this was a creative way to turn soon to be trash…

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Shapes of Conscious by David Habben

Born in Oregon, raised in Idaho, and educated in Utah, David Habben has enjoyed the adventure of living and learning in new environments. Traveling as far away as Melbourne, Australia as a missionary and spending time working with companies on both American coasts has given him a chance to see and appreciate some of the…

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Welded Sculptures by Brian Mock

Coming straight out of Portland, crazy sculptor named Brian Mock. Ok, I'm done with the N.W.A. references... Have you ever welded before? Personally I took a welding class back in high school, and it was...interesting. The knowledge I obtained was useful and I can safely say that I know about different kinds of metals/proper welding techniques. One thing…

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Painted Book Sculptures by Mike Stilkey

LA-based artist Mike Stilkey creates whimsical painted sculptures out of stacked books. Mike has always been attracted to painting and drawing not only on vintage paper, record covers and book pages, but on the books themselves. Using a mix of ink, colored pencil, paint and lacquer, Stilkey depicts a melancholic and at times a whimsical cast…

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20+ Astounding Examples Of Shadow Art

Making shadow puppets on the wall is something that we are all familiar with, but some people take it to a whole other level. But even beyond the shadow puppets and elaborate hand gestures lies another aspect of playing with shadows. A photographer knows the value of light and darkness, of shadow and depth. These…

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Dan Cretu Transforms Food into Playful Everyday Objects

An orange is not just an orange to Dan Cretu. Dan is a skilled photographer and visual artist that recreates everyday objects out of fruits and vegetables. With his quirky  sculptures, Cretu transforms common everyday eatables into recognizable objects. Enjoy! Note: All Rights Reserved by Dan Cretu. Check out our previous articles! Paradoxical Art Sculptures By Nancy Fouts Paper…

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Paradoxical Art Sculptures By Nancy Fouts

American-born Nancy Fouts has lived London most of her life pursuing a career in advertising. Despite her commercial success, Fouts has retained a fine art approach to image-making having originally graduated from Chelsea School of Art and the RCA in the 60s.  Her work is provocative, playful, witty, sharp and tempestuous. Described by Les Coleman…

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