When we’re talking of street art, aka “vandalism”, it is no different in this respect: you either create something truly outstanding, that cleverly interacts with the surroundings, or…
A few years ago, French photographer Leo Caillard came upon some clever inspiration. With a big assist from the Louvre in Paris, Caillard dressed up the museum’s classic statues with modern, hipster apparel! To achieve this effect, he first had his friends pose in the same way as the statues while decked out in designer sunglasses, checkered shirts and other fashionable clothing. Then he completed the project using Photoshop. Here is a sample of some of our favorites!
This artist literally screws thousands of screws into a board to create a work of art. It looks like it’s a huge amount of work and it takes a lot of trial and error to get the different height and shade differences just right.
Have you ever wished you could get whisked off to the beautiful, enchanted worlds that exist in Pixar animation? Well, thanks to the incredible artistic talents of Lance Phan, your dream can now become a reality!
We’re all an artist nowadays. It’s almost a conscious decision to not be an artist. In this amazing society of consumerism, you can sell pretty much everything to pretty much everyone. Which of course leads to a weird thing that’s happening in pretty much all forms of art and entertainment.
Let’s take a look at some artful weirdos.
The Wonderbros are a group of brothers who make art together. Their works has recently gone viral when they reimagined what superhero portraits would look like if they were drawn by Pablo Picasso. The short answer is that they look awesome.
Art is important because it’s a reflections of the times we live in. Sometimes it’s a literal reflection – a depiction of an event, a war, a scene from the Bible. Sometimes it’s a little more figurative, expressionistic, abstract. But sometimes it’s just really, really cool. Listed below are 13 contemporary artists whose work either looks great, speaks volumes, or both.
This photographer did something unusual. He showed us the Tokyo commute in another light.
Francois Dourlen has come up with one hell of an idea – transforming landscapes using images from movies and TV. He takes pictures of himself holding the phone, using it as a canvas to insert an appropriate pop culture reference, such as The Simpsons, Star Wars, Disney characters, Guardians Of The Galaxy, and many others.
The Brooklyn-based artist David Kassan paints with such a high level of detail, that his paintings look more like pictures. Every pore, cell and wrinkle is painted to great detail and meticulously added. David is one of those rare artists that has achieved the perfect mix of technique, talent and practice.
The world of art is no stranger to the provocative projects or performances. These are 10 of the most controversial artworks and art projects of all time!
Here’s how the Disney characters would look like if they were in Game of Thrones.