After seeing these photos, LEGO fans everywhere will be completely inspired to 1) Start playing with LEGOs and 2) Head to the Discovery Times Square New York Museum as soon as possible. Opening tomorrow, Thursday June 13, 2013, The Art of the Brick is an exciting exhibit by New York-based artist Nathan Sawaya.
Posts by Katie Hosmer
Portuguese street artist Artur Bordalo, aka Bordalo II, uses mixed media to create his own interpretations of the urban landscape...
Artist Lisa Nilsson recently began working on a new collection of finely detailed paper sculptures that, from a distance, look just like ornamental carpets. For the project, called Tapis Series, the artist crimps or curls long quarter-inch mulberry strips of paper into thick coils of color. Starting from the center and working outward, she arranges the sections together until beautiful, decorative patterns and designs begin to emerge.
A regular, linear piano with 88 keys was just not enough for musician Brockett Parsons.
Russia-based artist Asya Kozina crafts paper into all kinds of beautifully elaborate sculptures.
You’ll be surprised to discover that these ornamental designs are actually meant for eating! Created by New York-based pastry chef Amber Spiegel, each decorative cookie is covered with flawless details like gold edges, illusions of quilted surfaces, and beautiful florets that are developed with incredible precision. With great patience, a steady hand, and very tiny tools, Spiegel has mastered the art of cookie design.
Photographer Camille Seaman has spent the past decade of her career capturing the beauty and fragility of polar regions like...
The Original Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm was recently translated by professor Jack Zipes and released as...
New York-based artist Dave Pollot uses all kinds of funny pop culture references to give playful new meanings to old thrift store paintings. We first featured his work back in February, where Star Wars ships and LEGO blocks made their way into vintage landscapes.
Germany-based artist Wolfram Kampffmeyer, aka Paperwolf, builds beautiful geometric animal designs that are constructed completely out of paper.
Japanese artist and senior at Musashino Art University Nasa Funahara builds beautiful painterly compositions completely out of masking tape.