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,…

Geometric Paintings Suspended in Glass

Geometric Paintings Suspended in Glass

Artist Wilfried Grootens paints extraordinary figures comprised of dots and tendrils sandwiched between dozens of laminate glass layers. These strangely precise optical float paintings take on the form of some fantastic microscopic creatures and are sometimes reminiscent of the photos depicting the milliseconds before a nuclear explosion. The design of each cube is so precise, the thin layers…

64 Pictures Celebrating Japanese Candy Art

64 Pictures Celebrating Japanese Candy Art

The Japanese have long established themselves as the experts of cute. When it comes to food, they can make it so awwdorable, that you will cry bitter tears blaming yourself for having eaten that sugary kitten. #1 Realistic Animal Lollipops source #2 Candy Cats Trying To Catch Goldfish Stuck In Jelly source #3 This Drop…

This House Is Like Summoned From A Cartoon

This House Is Like Summoned From A Cartoon

A house that looks alive and jolly is not only possible in cartoons. This fanciful one-of-a-kind architectural piece was built in Braunschweig (or Brunswick), Germany at the beginning of the millennium. The main culprit for the Rizzihaus was the Brooklyn pop-artist James Rizzi, famous for his characteristic chromatic pop-art genius. Depending on where you stand,…

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