The latest ceramic sculptures of the artist Christopher David White. With an impressive realism, this American artist manages to give his creations the organic aspect of wood, creating surreal artworks of a fascinating beauty.
The street artists duo Ella et Pitr has just unveiled Le Naufrage de Bienvenu, a monumental mural painted on the Piney’s Dam in Rhône-Alpes! 47 meters high, this creation represents a refugee and his lifejacket, leaning against the gigantic concrete wall of the dam.
If Trumps administration wants women in the White House to 'dress like a woman', what does this (male?) administration have in mind? So Jet Nijkamp wondered how Trump would look like dressed like a woman. How would he ‘ordeal’ himself as a woman of his age with his figure? So she gave him women's clothes with pastel on newspaper photographs.
Photographer Greg Anderson was on the scene taking poignant portraits of the wildest and most wonderful entries, and here they are for your enjoyment.
A selection of the beautiful sculptures by the artist James McNabb, who uses reclaimed wood to create complex and delicate cities. Some fascinating urban landscapes, patiently carved and assembled in his studio in Philadelphia. Rather than building from real cities, James McNabb is interested in the sociological concepts that build urban architecture.
As part of the LaBel Valette Festival, 100 street artists are investing the French domaine La Valette, in Pressigny-les-Pins, consisting of a castle, a chapel and two three-storey dormitory buildings, together representing more than 10 000 square meters of walls to paint!
September 3rd, Zundert. On the first Sunday of September every year since 1936, Zundert, a small town in the Netherlands that is the birthplace of Vincent van Gogh, puts on the world’s largest volunteer-run flower parade, with a raft of over-the-top floats made from local dahlias. Thousands of flowers adorned the streets of this tiny Dutch town at the weekend, taking on the form of mystical creatures and tussling animals.
With the help from refugees, we collect trash from the environment and build corporate logos and celebrity portraits from it.
This incredible suspended rainbow, one kilometer long, was installed in a street of Montreal by the artist Claude Cormier, in order to support the LGBT community! Entitled 18 shades of gay, this creation currently covers Sainte-Catherine Street, Montréal’s largest commercial street, creating an amazing colorful canopy.
Damon Belanger, a local artist from San Carlos, created the stencil designs for his latest art project at his home before heading to downtown Redwood City where he draws it out in chalk and paints the design on the sidewalk. A dark gray paint gives the illusion of a strange shadow attached to everyday objects. A parking meter’s shadow becomes a monkey’s hangout or bike racks begin sprouting flowers.
Transforming Pop Culture icons into realistic 3D characters is not necessarily a good idea, as demonstrated by the creations of Wil Hughes.
The American artist Melissa McCracken, born with synesthesia, can see music as color explosions and illustrates how she feels famous songs with colorful paintings, from Radiohead to David Bowie through Prince or John Lennon.
Hungarian artist Agnes Herczeg creates figural lace works of female forms, capturing figures in moments of contemplation or work. In one piece the subject stands at a loom, appearing to weave herself from the included fibers.
Artist Daniela Forti lives and works in Chianti, Tuscany where she produces these fantastic artworks of dripped glass. She refers to the pieces as “Jellyfish” because of their undulating tentacles that are formed by hand through a melted glass fusion process.
Makeup is often lauded for its transformative beauty effects, but the pinnacle of its power is best demonstrated by creating stunning 3D illusions. Mimi Choi, a former school teacher turned makeup artist, has recently wowed us with her ability to alter herself and others into surreal versions of their former selves.
Natura Insects is a beautiful series from the Japanese artist and designer Raku Inoue, currently based in Montreal, who imagines delicate floral compositions by recreating insects with leaves and flower petals.
The American street artist Tom Bob invades the streets of New York with his offbeat creations, using street furniture like sewer plates, poles or electrical terminals to create colorful and twisted characters and animals.
A selection of the latest street art creations by Millo, including the project Power of imagination, created this year in a juvenile penitentiary in Ukraine.