Impressive photos of Icelandic Volcanoes by Marcel Musil.
Nathan Sawaya , whom I posted about before, strikes again. This time he creates Lego sculptures of both Conan O’Brien and Stephen Colbert.
Nathan creates human figures in additional to architectural models and portraits out of Lego bricks what is new to me is that many of the pieces he uses are recycled.
Dale Chihuly is an artist of a different nature, his skills lie in his ability to turn glass into art installations with limitless ways.The use of blown glass in ceilings, aquariums, walls, and sculptures give a new dimension to such a versatile element.
In Chihuly’s perspective: "There’s something about putting the pieces overhead, on top of the plate glass, that makes you think of the sea."
You can check his current exhibition: Chihuly: Through the Looking Glass at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts started on April 10 till August 7, 2011.
Fady Nammour is a Lebanese photographer whose talent can not be missed.The way he captures landscape and natural scenery is just breathtaking. I selected a few of my favorite photos from his collection to share them with you.
Through his lens you get to relive the moment he captured. There is no need to say much, checking out the photos is enough to take you where they took me.
This artist knows what he’s doing, Gabriel Moreno has an exclusive style that has caught international attention. His work has covered various projects such as campaigns, product advertising, and magazine covers. Scroll down to see some of his magnificent work taken from his website.
Linn Olofsdotter is an illustrator born in Sweden yet working and living in Brazil. Her style of work has enabled her to stretch out to various mediums such as advertising, branding for well known brands such as Levi’s, Oilily, and La Perla, wall murals, and CD covers for artists. Her work is best described as surreal with use of different media in a collage-like manner focusing on form and color integration. Below is a selection from her work.
Anyone who grew up in Beirut in the late 90’s would definitely remember Nadim Karam’s famous sculptures that were scattered around downtown Beirut before it was renovated. They looked odd back then, but I clearly remember asking my father to take us around in the car just to check them out every time we were around. They gave a breath of life to the once creepy and war engraved martyr square. Since then I kept hearing of Nadim Karam and of his sculptures and works travelling around the globe. Below you will see a few of the sculptures and works he presented in the various continent.
The first impression you would get when viewing this piece of furniture is probably mixed. There is some kind of “violent beauty” to it. French artist Vincent Dubourg’s works are like that, full of thrills and an unexpected “exploding” character. Once you look closely, you will notice the beauty of the materials and quality of work. These pieces can not go unnoticed, you either love or hate them.
The art Dubourg has presented is not the conventional art, it does not rely of form, yet on the structure and interior of each piece.
Creative Russian designers Alexei Lyapunov and Lena Ehrlich (people too) have created paper miniatures of celebrity and historical figures. I advise you to scroll along and check out these amazing creations made out of special paper using a range of knives, scissors, tweezers, etc… For the characters they created entire sets. Thir topics range from Elvis Presley, Michal Jackson, Queen, Elton John, Tsar Peter,etc.. you can check the images below in addition to the tools they use at work.
Russian Photographer Serge Mendzhiyskogo is no regular photographer. His style relies on the fact that he takes hundreds of photos of the same area and creates an amazing collage of his work.
His photos are mainly of busy cityscapes sliced and then combined in a very unorthodox fashion creating a new look for the city he depicts. Serge Mendzhiyskogo does not have a website so I will leave you here with a selection from his magnificent work.