Perception by El Seed – Largest Op-Street-Art

Perception by El Seed – Largest Op-Street-Art

Street artist working under the name eL Seed created one of the largest optical illusion street art in the world, placing it on suburbs of Manshiyat Nasr in Cairo, Egypt. “In the neighbourhood of Manshiyat Nasr in Cairo, the Coptic community of Zaraeeb collects the trash of the city for decades and developed the most…

3D Artworks Made from Old Books

3D Artworks Made from Old Books

Whoever reads books and watches movies based on the same plot-line, usually says that the book is much better than the movie. And when the book plays a song only one person can hear, it is not enough for the book to be read. Hungry artists desire to take as much out of it as…

Miniature Architectural Structures Carved Into Raw Stone by Matthew Simmonds

Miniature Architectural Structures Carved Into Raw Stone by Matthew Simmonds

Matthew Simmonds sculpts miniature architectural structures from raw stone. Part of his interest in producing these pieces is centered around the contrast between the carved precision of his hand against the rough nature of the natural material he chooses for each work. The pieces’ concept also deals with this human influence on raw environments, humans…

Art on the Road

Art on the Road

Art on The Road is a project designed and created to provide a space in which to discover, promote and expose the passions and creativity of talented artists from all around the world. Based nowhere and everywhere, our community grows as we travel, find and share talent and passion along the road. A journey around…

Oil Finger Paintings by Iris Scott

Oil Finger Paintings by Iris Scott

Oil Finger Paintings by Iris Scott - Brooklyn-based painter Iris Scott eschews brushes and palette knives in favor of using the most traditional art tools of all time: her fingers. Her color-saturated canvases of thick oil paint capture shaking wet dogs, dreamy urban cityscapes, and serene outdoor scenes. “There’s nothing between me and the paint,…

Fashion Designer Creates 3D Art Using Only Tulle

Fashion Designer Creates 3D Art Using Only Tulle

Tulle is usually something you associate with little girls and ballerina dresses. But artist Benjamin Shine has used tulle and his fashion design knowledge and techniques to create gorgeous 3D art. In his project entitled ”The Dance”, he uses vibrant magenta and blue tulle to build something quite extraordinary. The male and female faces you see in…

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