Azerbaijani artist Rashad Alakbarov uses various everyday objects and some back light to create his jaw-dropping shadow paintings. The best part is that you can easily create something similar at home – all you need is one or two lamps and some items from your desk.
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Ever wonder what would happen if you gave your kids thousands of stickers and complete freedom? Then you have to see these cool pictures taken in the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane where artist Yayoi Kusama created a completely white domestic environment and gave museum’s smallest visitors thousands of colored dot stickers.
Artist Guy Laramee creates amazing miniature book landscapes out of old books, dictionaries and encyclopedias. His series entitled The Great Wall and Biblios represent the degradation of human culture and show glacial landscapes, deep valleys and plateaus.
A lot of women are probably more obsessed with a pimple, bad hair or their butt than they are concerned about breast cancer. In order to raise breast cancer awareness, Breast Cancer Foundation in Singapore creatively used body art to ask women if they were “obsessed with the right things?”
Meet Liu Bolin, the real-life Invisible Man from China, an artist with the ability to disappear in any surroundings. Born in 1973 in Shandong and a graduate of Beijing’s Central Academy of Fine Arts, Liu Bolin became popular for his mastery at the art of camouflaging himself against virtually any background…
Meet Scott Wade – a talented artist, who like every creative and curious person can’t resist a dirty rear car window. We suspect that Scott started off with clever sayings, like, “wash me”, however his later works became much more sophisticated…
After looking at Creative Photoshopping by Erik Johansson and 25 Surreal Photo Manipulations by Sarolta Ban let’s meet Manuel Archain, another very creative and talented photoshopping master from Argentina responsible for creating a lot of insanely comical photo situations that are highly improbable and usually impossible in real life.
Belgian painter Ben Heine has been taking photos and drawing almost since he was 10 years old. This “Pencil Vs Camera” series is nothing but the result of several years of graphic exploration and a logic consequence of his artistic evolution, says Ben. But the real idea came while he was watching television and writing a letter at the same time a few weeks ago.
Meet Gabriel Wickbold, a young but super talented 25 year old artist from Brazil who takes the most colorful, sensual and expressive pictures you’ve ever seen.
Judging by his pictures he is not only very creative but also cruel. He could spill a whole bucket of paint on you just to get a perfect shot.
Carl Warner has been working in advertising for the past 25 years as a stills photographer shooting both still life and landscapes for major advertising agencies and clients worldwide. During the past ten years he has been slowly building a body of work known as “Foodscapes”. Using is experience and knowledge of shooting both table-top work using artificial light in the studio, and natural light on location he has crafted a technique of shooting small model made sets using fresh fruit and vegetables to create what appear to be at first glance a real scene, landscape or location.
At a glimpse they may look like some pretty sharp photos, but actually all those pictures are hand drawn with a humble Bic ballpoint pen! Can you believe that?
Human eye can be fooled so easily!
Spanish artist Juan Francisco Casas, who’s probably 33 at the time of writing this, uses up to four 14p ballpoint pens to create his stunningly photorealistic drawings, measuring up to 10ft (3 meters) high.
Balakov is a guy from United Kingdom that takes a lot of LEGO pictures and says that he loves “messing about with macro lighting”. Where did he learn photography, or more exactly working with lights? “Strobist.com taught me everything I know.” says Balakov. Panda is proud to present his incredible collection or reproductions called “Classics in LEGO”.