14.04.17 by Staff

Creepy-Cute Tiny Baby Head Sculptures by Artist Qixuan Lim


Singapore-born, Eindhoven-based artist Qixuan Lim’s tiny sculptures blur the boundary between cute and creepy. See more miniature baby heads and sharp-toothed hearts below.

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08.03.17 by Staff

“Immersed Birds” by Designer Moisés Hernández

Designer Moisés Hernández strikes a fine balance between man and machine with this series of perfectly shaped, machine-milled objects hand-painted or, rather, hand-dipped in coloured water to create layering that resembles the plumage of birds. Check out more “Immersed Birds” below.

 

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01.02.17 by Staff

Best of Instagram: Classical Figures Photoshopped into Modern-Day Italy

Ukranian artist and designer Alexey Kondakov merges figures from classical oil paintings with photographic scenes of modern Naples. See more amusing juxtapositions from “Art History in Contemporary Life” below.

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29.01.17 by Staff

“Feral Cities” by Zuri Camille de Souza & Maela Ohana

Artists Zuri Camille de Souza and Maela Ohana have collaborated on a new photo book exploring the topic of urban ecology through a mix of their collective photography, graphic design and writing. Check out more images from Feral Cities below!

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12.12.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Liam Stevens

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A selection of recent work by London-based artist Liam Stevens (click here for previous posts). More images below.

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01.12.16 by Staff

“Dead Bookstore” by Artist Ben Pieratt

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Artist Ben Pieratt has started a fun project called Dead Bookstore where he deconstructs old books, separating all the pages, searching for interesting juxtapositions. He makes his findings available for purchase but also encourages people to go out and create their own (he put together a “how to” here). See images from Series 1 below!

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19.09.16 by Jeff

Hats by Laura Apsit Livens

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These hats by London-based designer Laura Apsit Livens are on another level. More images below.

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07.09.16 by Jeff

Mike Winkelmann Has Created a New Artwork Every Day for 3,416 Consecutive Days (Nearly 10 Years)

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Artist Mike Winkelmann, perhaps better known as Beeple, has been making a piece of art every day (from start to finish) for the past 3,416 days! That’s nearly ten years of consecutive days spent being creative! His motion work has garnered him a slew of Vimeo Staff picks, and artists like Flying Lotus, Skrillex, Amon Tobin, and many others have used his live visuals in their shows. I’ve seen so much of his work floating around the net but had no idea it was all being created by one guy.

Have a look below at a bunch more of his “Everydays” as he calls them, and then do yourself a favour and check out his videos on Vimeo.

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