Modern art lovers rejoice! The Guggenheim Museum in New York has just made more than 200 books about modern art available online. Not only can you read them online, but you can download them in PDF or ePub formats—for free—at the Internet Archive. For over half a decade the museum has been digitizing its exhibition catalogs and art books, placing the results online.
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Artist Monami Ohno is formally trained in 3-D animation, but the Japanese creative has made a name for herself as a sculptor. Instead of clay, wood, or other conventional materials, however, Ohno has opted to specialize in an unusual medium: cardboard. Specifically, Ohno uses discarded Amazon boxes to her create her collection of jaw-dropping and detailed cardboard sculptures. Using the recycled paper products, Ohno crafts an eclectic array of cardboard art.
Toronto-based artist Carly Waito is deeply inspired by the beautiful crystalline structures of minerals, such as amethyst and quartz.
Today, many contemporary artists and creative problem-solvers strive to come up with inventive solutions to aesthetic problems.