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Cecelia Webber – artist born in New Hampshire working primarily in experimental digital photography and acrilic painting. After graduating in 2008 from the University of Souhern California, her Flower Series went viral online and rapidly gained international exposure, propelling her into the spotlight across the blogosphere. Cecelia’s artwork has been featured in many international publications.

Posted by admin On Feb - 8 - 2012 1 Comment READ FULL POST

Maybe you wouldn’t eat them, but you have to admit that they are pretty cute. The so-called flag pizzas are a work of Jen from Tiny Urban Kitchen. She wanted to do a little food traveling project where she makes mini pizzas that looks like flags from the countries that she has visited. As you can see she has traveled to a lot of places, hence the great number of flag pizzas.

Posted by admin On Nov - 10 - 2010 3 Comments READ FULL POST

The Birtish Micro-sculptor Willard Wigan is known all around the world for his miniature sculptures that are invisible to the naked eye. For his micro sculpture, he uses a small surgical blade to curve his minuscule figure from grains of rice, sand and sugar and painting them with a single fine hair.

Posted by admin On Sep - 20 - 2010 3 Comments READ FULL POST

The Asian Art Week, highlighting ancient and modern works from Asia, will be held at the Christie’s New York from Sept. 14 to 17. Don’t miss Asia Week New York’s exciting series of museum exhibitions and auctions.

Posted by admin On Sep - 12 - 2010 1 Comment READ FULL POST

Peter Root made this amazing city model using a bunch of stacked staples. He decided to call it Ephemicropolis. As you can see, he needed a plenty of patience and time to create such magnificent model. There is a whole ‘forest’ of buildings and skyscrapers of different size. He made this model of city from about 100,000 staples on the surface of 18 square meters.

Posted by admin On Sep - 10 - 2010 14 Comments READ FULL POST
Cool Drinking Straw Arts

Plastic drinking straws. The little tubes are manufactured to be used just once, then they are discarded to sit in landfills for hundreds of years. And with our love of fast food and iced coffee, there are untold numbers of plastic straws being sent to the landfill every year. The artists and designers featured here all use these ubiquitous disposable items to create objects of unexpected beauty.

Posted by admin On Jul - 5 - 2010 9 Comments READ FULL POST

Jan von Holleben is popular German photographer and his work has been published in various books and magazines. He covered a lot famous exhibitions in New York, Paris and London. His favorite collaborators are: his friends and any pirates, fairies, dragons, monsters and punks that are about.

Posted by admin On Apr - 2 - 2010 10 Comments READ FULL POST
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