Interesting Facts can change your life in few minutes. If you think about or go deeper, then it has very interesting facts. When we go very depth in any topic some things can change for few minutes. An example of interesting facts is we never see our face, we can only see reflection or picture of our face.
‘Anamorphic Sculptures’ is an art which only show themselves once facing a reflective cylinder. In this artwork, people artistic painting techniques. Each of the sculptures is a study on the physics of how we perceive space and combining several calculations and algorithms this art is produced.
Most paper art is geometrical, but Vietnamese artist Hoàng Tiến Quyết create curved paper forms using a difficult procedure known as wet-folding. Quyết mostly creates animal water folding paper art. He uses too little water for folding and he completes his art before drying.
John Poppleton is a photographer and artist that creates fantastical works of art painted directly on the human body.
Ben Young an artist from Bay of Plenty (North Island, NZ) spent his most beautiful time of life. He creates glass sculpture through sheets of glass. Nobody won’t easily realise Ben art is hand-drawn.
Lorraine Loots a Cape Town-based artist create miniature painting in 365 days he worked for the entire year on each calendar day. Loots’ work is inspired by animals, nature, books and food. She began her art challenge, on the beginning of 2013 and till she has continued doing her mini art.
A Malaysian artist Hong Yi creates an art from food. She creates amazing art from vegetables and fruits with using same size white plates for background.
Peter Callesen, create an artwork on white A4 size paper sheets. Peter says the invention of paper art is common as the paper is easily available.
Zaria Forman is a great artist. She began her drawings in early childhood. Zaria says “I am inspired when I traveled with my family during several of the world’s most remote landscapes.”
Thomas Kellner is a German artist who take pictures in a usual perspectives – the buildings seem to be broken apart, dancing and remind us of the vulnerability of our values and creations.
David Zinn is a Russian artist that has been creating original artwork, on Ann Arbor street. His art is composed entirely of chalk, charcoal and found objects, and continuously plan on location.
Mukesh Singh is an Indian artist who found a concept of visual art. He has taken his ideas from comic books, motion graphics & CG modeling etc. Here are some of his best works.
Jonty Hurwitz, an artist from London, creates ‘Anamorphic Sculptures’ which only show themselves once facing a reflective cylinder. Hurwitz completed an engineering degree in Johannesburg. He discovered the fine line in college between art and science. He works many years in the art industry’s for discover “something real.”
Artists who choose the streets as their canvas, prefer to communicate directly with the public at large. Street art is visual art created in public locations, executed outside of the traditional art venues.
Japanese Artist Makaon love recycled art projects. He creates 20-century icons from finished drinking aluminium cans. Drinking cans are priceless and waste but Makaon design new icons by these cans with adding some colors.