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Giant Paint Splash Sculpture by Tomas Misura

With all the serious, high-brow art out there, isn’t it refreshing to see something like this? Artist Tomas Misura created this fun work called Splash for Bondi Beach’s Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in 2010. Misura won the $3,000 kids … Continue reading

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Found Leaves with Delicate Crochet Embellishments by Susanna Bauer

In her series of sewn together and crocheted leaves and twigs, Susanna Bauer (previously) considers the fragility of nature and humans’ inextricable tie to its survival. The Cornwall, England-based artist combines the found elements with fine cotton thread to produce … Continue reading

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Corner Shops and Cathedrals Get Equal Attention in Zhifang Shi’s Travel Watercolors

Using a combination of watercolor and ink, , Zhifang Shi creates vignettes of the places he encounters in his worldwide travels. The Shanghai-based artist works en plein air, painting atop a portable palette to document storefronts, architectural features, boats, and … Continue reading

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The Most Detailed Paper Plane in the World

Great Big Story Published on 13 Jun 2019 Luca Iaconi-Stewart can spend years making a paper plane. That might seem like a long time, but his paper planes aren’t made from a single sheet of paper, and they aren’t your … Continue reading

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Over Fifty Artists Showcase Work Within Notebook Spreads for the 8th Annual ‘Moleskine Project’

Back for an eighth year, the annual Moleskine Project, curated by Rodrigo Luff and Spoke Art, brings together a diverse slate of artists all working within the confines of a Moleskine notebook. Featuring over fifty artists from around the world, … Continue reading

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Miniature Scenes by Slinkachu Comment on Consumer Culture

For the last 13 years, guerrilla miniaturist t Slinkachu (previously) has been creating barely noticeable scenes to be discovered by unsuspecting passersby. The London-based artist uses tiny model people whose minuscule size creates humorous and thought-provoking scenarios. Slinkachu often comments … Continue reading

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Insects Sculpted Out of Repurposed Automotive Parts by Edouard Martinet

French artist Edouard Martinet (previously) sources junk metal and automotive parts from garage sales and flea markets to create detailed sculptures of various creatures including models of ants, wasps, and other common insects. The found objects are held together with … Continue reading

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Spencer Tunick Stages a Mass Nude Photo Shoot Outside Facebook HQ to Protest the Platform’s Nipple Censorship | artnet News

The photographer Spencer Tunick staged a mass nude photo shoot outside Facebook’s headquarters to protest its nudity policies. As dawn broke on Sunday and most of New York City was still asleep, 125 people gathered outside Facebook’s headquarters in Manhattan, … Continue reading

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Objects and Figures Trapped Within Carved Wood Sculptures by Tung Ming-Chin

Sculptor Tung Ming-Chin carves wood into figurative shapes that seem to press against the surface of the finished work. In “Inner Turmoil” a face and hands are trapped inside a hunk of wood that has the smooth, stretched appearance of … Continue reading

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Meteorological Data Visualized as Mixed Media Sculptures by Nathalie Miebach

Boston-based conceptual artist Nathalie Miebach (previously) weaves colorful, complex sculptures using rope, wood, paper, fibers, and data from weather events. Two of the artist’s recent series explore the impact of storm waters on our lives and on marine ecosystems, with … Continue reading

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