Artist Brian Mock upcycles old, discarded materials into shiny fine art. The Oregon-based creative welds nuts, bolts, and other pieces of scrap metal together to create exquisite metal animal sculptures. From cats to dogs and even mountain lions and bears, his three-dimensional art spans the breadth of the animal kingdom. Mock does not try to hide the original source of his materials either; instead, he integrates every individual item into the subject's design.
American artist Clio Newton explores gender and femininity in her series of hyperrealistic charcoal drawings called Venus.
There is an abundance of life underwater that we rarely have a chance to see and appreciate.
Ineffable in-between moments are immortalized in the graceful paintings of Stephen Zhang. The Texas-based artist uses washes of delicate colors and swift brushstrokes to capture a variety of different people in the midst of living their lives. From serving food to dancing to giving haircuts, these intimate portrayals emphasize smaller occasions that are oft-forgotten. Originally from China, Zhang relocated to the U.S.
Artist Lainey Molnar continues to capture what it is like to be a modern woman in her ongoing series of...
Artist Jon Foreman creates awe-inspiring work from the nature that surrounds him.
Glass decanters are beautiful objects that add presentation style to wine, alcohol, and other liquids. American artist Charlie Matz adds his own twist to these classic serving jugs by creating decanters with exquisite sculptural elements inspired by animals. Fish, crabs, jellyfish, and more adorn the tops of these exquisite pieces, transforming them into fine art. Matz currently works at the Chicago-based glass studio Ignite Glass.
We're no strangers to Sophie Green‘s spectacular animal portraits.
Picking out a present for an art school graduate can be tricky.
Nigerian artist Alex Peter Idoko creates exquisite drawings without the use of a pencil, pen, or paintbrush. Instead, the 30-year-old artist utilizes pyrography—or wood burning—to bring his subjects to life. With this unconventional technique, he masterfully renders the delicate textures of people's skin and hair with fire until they resemble hyperrealistic portraits. Originally, from Lagos, Nigeria, Idoko has been passionate about portrait art since he was a student.
Art collective group teamLab is known for transforming natural settings through unexpected and noninvasive means.
Even though drawing on a tablet has become more accessible, it is hard to replace the tactile quality of working...