Australian hyperrealist Ron Mueck, currently based in London, continues creating gigantic human sculptures and is now back with three new ones that will be on exposition in Paris at the Fondation Cartier through September 29.
It sounds unbelievable, but all these sculptures by American artist Tom Eckert are actually carved out of wood!
While drawing flat images on the foam may not sound new to you, 26-year-old Kazuki Yamamoto specializes in building actual 3D foam sculptures, some of which even climb out of their cups and reach out for others.
Creating her 'Real Life Models' series, 19-year-old artist cleverly used her photo manipulation skills to bring some pretty exaggerated and distorted features to life. As a result, you get some pretty funny speculations of what the people from Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani, Rudolf Hausner and Kees van Dongen's paintings would look like.
Self-taught photographer Bill Gekas makes gorgeous portraits of his 5-year-old daughter, posing as the mini version of classic paintings by such artist like Rembrandt, Raphael, Caravaggio, Velazquez or Vermeer.
American artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg brings art closer to science fiction with her Stranger Visions project: she recreates people's faces from the DNA she finds on the objects thrown away on the streets.
Every once in a while we get this urge to get creative in the kitchen, however, if noodles is all you can find in your pantry and your best cooking skill is ordering take-outs, it might get complicated. Not to worry - here's a selection of 15 creative food art ideas to get you inspired!...
Elena, currently living between London and Barcelona, manages to create order out of splashes of dripping watercolors, and makes it easy to recognize such world-wide known monuments as the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Statue of Liberty in New York, or the Coliseum in Rome.
Canadian artist, known by his Roadsworth nickname, creates witty street art around Montreal as his manifesto in support for more bicycle lanes.
Massachusets-based graphic designer David Laferriere has definitely taught his kids to enjoy lunch: for the last five years, he would draw a funny drawing on their sandwich bags before packing them for school lunch.
French artist Thomas Lamadieu, also known as Roofs Art, finds canvases for his artworks where most of us would never think of looking: he takes pictures of the sky where it's framed by rooftops, and fills the sky space with whimsical line drawings.
What looks like live fish and octopus in soup bowls, are actually photorealistic paintings by Singapore-based artist Keng Lye.