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Posts tagged with ‘Art’

  • Russian Photographer’s Girlfriend Leads Him Around The World

    By admin on March 11, 2014
    Russian Photographer, Murad Ossman,  has started a photo-series that has gained a lot of attention and anticipation for future additions. Nataly Zakharova is pictured in every photo, guiding him through many beautiful sceneries in different countries. It is refreshing to see such dedication and creativity in a photo-series. The colors and imagery is so vibrant, it makes you feel like […]
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  • Vogue Netherlands March 2014 Fashion Make-Over

    By admin on March 4, 2014
    Vogue Netherlands pays homage to Fashion Week in Paris by having an editorial spread inspired by Art. Using the Models as canvases, artwork is painted on them and is the focus of the shoot. Parisian make up artist Topolino is brought on board to execute the Art done on the Models. He wanted to portray the “common ground” between Art and […]
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  • Tang Chiew Liang’s “Fashion In Leaves”

    By admin on August 26, 2013
    Botany and fashion illustration combine in the project “Fashion in Leaves” by Kuala Lumpur artist Tang Chiew Liang. Her aim was to showcase the beauty of the leaves’ colors, textures, and patterns by structuring them into dresses. Such a creative way to imagine ordinary objects that surround us every day! Enjoy…
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  • Suzan Drummen’s Kaleidoscopic Floor Art

    By admin on August 22, 2013
    We are very impressed by the work of Dutch artist Suzan Drummen. The artist uses mirrors, metals, crystal, glass, and precious stones to create mosaic-like 3-D carpets. The most amazing part? The elements are completely loose – not attached or secured to the floor in any way. We aren’t sure how she manages to work such giant intricacies with so […]
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  • Conan House by Moon Hoon

    By admin on August 16, 2013
    Never seen anything quite like The Conan House, also called Play House, by Moon Hoon. The geometric, asymmetrical house was built by South Korean architect Moon Hoon in Daejeon, South Korea. The residence was a project commissioned by a young couple hoping to experiment with the idea of “playful architecture” to create a home for them and their young son. […]
  • Mark Wagner’s Dollar Bill Art

    By admin on August 2, 2013
    We’re all familiar with the one dollar bill. Though most of us never think of it much outside the context of being a symbol that represents the power to buy and have what we want. Mark Wagner’s “Currency Collage” project tried to create something “foreign in the familiar” by creating collages with dollar bills. The result is something we recognize […]
  • Giuseppe Colarusso’s “Improbabilita”

    By admin on July 22, 2013
    Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso has a very creative eye! In this project, entitled “Improbabilita,” he manipulates household objects in a way that prevents them from serving their purpose, then photographs them. The result is an incredibly ironic and amusing way to view objects we may take for granted or not think twice about. For example, can you imagine  a sink with […]
  • Saint Laurent Couture Coloring Book

    By admin on May 17, 2013
    Who says coloring books are just for kids? Not Saint Laurent, apparently! Turn crayon to couture with YSL: Pret-a-Porter: Coloring, Activity, and Inspiration Book.  This 40 page book features original sketches by Yves Saint Laurent himself. Color in the lines with the color story suggestions that YSL chose, or bring out your inner fashion designer and think outside the box to […]
  • Famous Art Reinterpreted as Fashion Editorial

    By admin on April 25, 2013
    It is no secret in creative industries that designers and artists are always pulling inspiration from the works of others. A great example of this is found in the series of photos below, where famous works of art have been directly reinterpreted into modern day fashion editorial. What do you think – would the original artists be flattered or disapproving? […]
  • The Microscopic Art of Willard Wigans

    By admin on April 2, 2013
    Willard Wigans is notorious for his very specific form of sculpture. Wigans has been crafting art that has literally been pulled out of thin air! Using an original technique that requires a high powered microscope, and supreme patience, Willard pulls fibers from the air and twines them together to form the smallest statuettes that he then builds on, and ultimately […]
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