We can’t imagine how much “research” went into UVA students Ross Thomas and Elizabeth Farrell 8000 piece, 7′ x 9′ beer bottle cap rendition of Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Want to buy it? E-mail them.
Electrical engineer cum talented photography enthusiast Mehmet Ozgur has taken tens of thousands of smoke pattern photos to create a fascinating series of smoke imagery art.
If you thought Microsoft Paint was for drawing ugly pattern-filled rectangles and saving them as .BMPs, think again. This insane image was created entirely with MS Paint and a Logitech Laser Mouse.
The process behind Holton Rower’s paintings – made by pouring paint and letting gravity take over – is far more fascinating than the finished product. We wonder how long these things take to dry.
As part of his exhibit at the Konami Style store in Japan, Konami illustrator Yoji Shinkawa did a live painting of Big Boss aka Naked Snake in the smoky and gritty style familiar to fans of Metal Gear Solid.
Watch artists Supakitch and Koralie work on their mixed media wall art at the VÃ„RLDSKULTUR MUSEET (Museum of World Culture) in GÃ¶teborg, Sweden. It took them four days to finish the job.
These hyper-realistic paintings were made by Denis Peterson. Some people hate on his craft, but if we think people who are good at spinning pens are cool, shouldn’t we applaud this man’s skill?
Artist Mike Esparza likes zombies. In fact, he likes them so much that he imagines celebrities and pop culture icons as the undead. We did think King of Kong’s Billy Mitchell was Keanu for a moment.
Eric Grohe specializes in making murals that provide the illusion of depth. It takes Grohe up to a year to finish a project, because he studies exactly how shadows fall on the wall he’s painting over.
Artist Federico Uribe had been making artwork using shoes when Puma sent him a bunch of different colored laces. Then inspiration struck. Uribe’s “paintings” now fetch as much as $70,000.
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