The leyend of Xálima
"Xálima is the Goddess of the Waters.
She created an Ocean with her tears, from the top of a lost and distant Hill, because her love was not with her."
Now, that hill it´s an Island, in the middle of...
Martin Ferrero Architecture
Fruits are always sexy! Great artworks from the artist Dominique Rayou.
Very Private Art
I've made about 223 pieces of art from peanut shells in 3 years. The high point was when MTV asked me to make twelve "Game Of Thrones Characters" to promote season 5.
I started off just making humans but...
Marino the surfer mouse is a soft sculpture, entirely handmade with the needle felting technique. He spends most of his time hanging at the beach, waiting to catch some tubular waves. No surfer dude is complete without his little surfer girl,...
I make abstract wax sculptures with melted wax. Its size is 12 x 8 x 8'5 cm.
Kora Moya Rojo
Marcus Mars is an Oslo based blacksmith artist who has been working with design for nine years. His art is thought-provoking, timeless in form, giving an impression of both weight and fragility depending upon the individual viewer's eye and mood. Through...
Marcus Mars Blacksmith Artist
I took pictures of these wire dog sculptures on the campus of the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, South Africa. The piece is only one of a variety of art works and arts interventions focusing around concepts of Social...
Maybe the ancients were on to something when they built statues as peace offerings to the gods. Italian sculptor Lorenzo Quinn certainly thinks so, and his multiple-sculpture series, The Force of Nature, embodies this ideal. Each of the roughly 2.5 meter...
Plastic is my main raw material.
I like to use recyclable objects that have lost
their original use and plastic toys. These versatile
materials can represent the universe in miniature,
providing me a wide range of possibilities to create
my own surreal world through my art.
I made this out of some junk I found dumped at the end of my street. This piece was submerged under 7-1/2 feet of water during hurricane Sandy. The frame is made from plywood that I covered with artist's canvas.