This post is dedicated to the idea that creativity can flow out of any of us. Beyond classical painting and sculpture, different art mediums open up a host of possibilities. In fact, everywhere you look these days, you see people turning something quite ordinary into something unbelievably extraordinary.
Like Yuken Teruya who delicately carves commercial paper bags and transforms them into magnificent miniature trees or Maurizio Savini who turns Hubba Bubba into high art, these artists are the ones who remind us that the best kind of art isn’t the most complicated, it’s the kind that leaves us with an experience.
Explore our curated list of innovative mediums of art and get your creative juices flowing.
Medium: Recycled Carrier Bags
Medium: Colored Pencils
Medium: Discarded Shopping Bags
Medium: Dice and Gambling Chips
Medium: Cassette Tapes
Medium: Post-it Notes
Medium: Kodaimai Rice
Medium: Chewing Gum
Medium: Traffic Barrels
Medium: Prescription Bottles
Medium: Discarded Lottery Tickets
Medium: Dirt on a Car
Medium: Bath Tubs
Medium: Beer Cans
Medium: Pantone Color Chips
Medium: Bic Pen
Feeling inspired? Share your favorite art mediums with us!
Looking for different art mediums? See related: Shanghai Made of Gambling Chips and Dice: Italy Stunning Models of San Francisco Made of Jell-O – Liz Hickock: SF (10 photos) Chewing Gum Art by Maurizio Savini: Rome, Italy Butterfly Beer Cans