Category Archives: Art

About a Deer: Illustrations by Guihuahuzi

Magical Photoshop illustrations of a deer in a dreamlike landscape by Chongqing-based illustrator Guihuahuzi. Using textures, a soft color palette, and a minimal style, the illustrations remind me of those Hallmark cards that manages to speak the message perfectly without saying … Continue reading

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Everyday Objects Obsessively Organized into Patterns by Adam Hillman

New Jersey-based “object arranger” Adam Hillman has really stepped up his organization efforts the last few months, pushing his precisely organized patterns of everyday objects into increasingly more complicated designs. Everything from breakfast cereal to office supplies finds its place … Continue reading

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Artist Philip Beesley Merges Chemistry, Artificial Intelligence, and Interactivity to Create “Living” Architecture

Multidisciplinary artist and architect Philip Beesley weaves together such a broad array of technologies and systems in his artworks that they legitimately defy description, but the immediate impact of encountering these sprawling interactive installations is visceral and awe-inspiring. His latest … Continue reading

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Taiwanese Artist Creates Adorably Quirky Wooden Toy Characters With Help From His Kids

Taiwanese artist Yen Jui-Lin has created an adorably quirky collection of little wooden toy characters with help from his two children. They are available to view on Instagram and Facebook. Source: Taiwanese Artist Creates Adorably Quirky Wooden Toy Characters With … Continue reading

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80-Year-Old Wooden Escalators are Repurposed as a Sculptural Ribbon by Artist Chris Fox

Artist Chris Fox was tasked with repurposing two pairs of timber escalators that were first installed at Sydney’s Wynyard Station in 1931. The escalators have carried passengers for over 80 years and slowly became an iconic symbol of the city’s … Continue reading

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Meet Tatsuo Horiuchi, the 77-Year-Old Artist Who ‘Paints’ Japanese Landscapes With Excel

For over 15 years, Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi has rendered the subtle details of mountains, cherry blossoms, and dense forests with the most unlikely tool: Microsoft Excel. The 77-year-old illustrator shunned the idea of paying for expensive painting supplies or … Continue reading

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Colorful Paper Foods and Patterns by Maud Vantours

Paper artist Maud Vantours brings paper to life through a wide variety of commercial and self-initiated projects that span 3D paper sculpture displays for top brands to editorial work for magazines and ad agencies. The French designer has also explored … Continue reading

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Puzzling Portraits of Identical Twins by Photographer Alma Haser

In her latest series, German photographer Alma Haser combines the portraits of several pairs of twins by literally puzzling their images together. Haser first photographs each twin separately, then prints their corresponding photograph onto a 500 or 1000-piece puzzle. Finally, … Continue reading

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Manga Illustrations by Ilustrata Design

Hand illustrations combining retro Japanese culture and modern technology by Brazil-based design studio Ilustrata Design. They call themselves “lovers of Nankin, Japanese culture and retro visual” using Photoshop to add final touches and a nostalgic color scheme. The illustrations are … Continue reading

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New Layered Glass Sculptures by Ben Young – Faith is Torment

New layered glass sculptures by Sydney-based artist Ben Young. The self-taught artist, who has been making glass sculptures for over 15 years, handcrafts each sculpture by hand layer upon layer without the use of a computer or high-tech machinery. Young … Continue reading

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