French paper designer and illustrator Mlle Hipolyte creates colorful sculptures out of intricately cut paper shapes. Previously mentioned for her three-dimensional animal masks, the artist’s latest piece of paper art is a magnificent, three-dimensional representation of a vibrant coral reef. Titled Coralium, the entirely hand-made creation is approximately 6.5 feet long by 3 feet tall, and was formed using various paper craft techniques, including quilling, scoring, and 3D modeling.
Brooklyn-based artist Phoebe Sonder creates captivating seascape paintings that present the “power and vulnerability of the water's movement.
Barcelona-based sculptor Jordi Díez Fernández creates magnificent figurative sculptures out of steel.
Visitors to Madrid’s Plaza Mayor will be greeted by a dazzling installation by artist Janet Echelman. Known for her suspended thread sculptures, this site-specific fiber art is called 1.78 Madrid and represents the latest work in her Earth Time series that started in 2010. Comprising 600,000 tied knots and 77 miles of twine, this new network is 15 times stronger than steel by weight, but it will gently move if struck by a passing breeze.
With his tiny wings, heart-tipped arrow, and angel-like appearance, Cupid is an iconic and instantly recognizable figure in popular culture.
Serbian artist Endre Penovác masterfully captures the charm of animals with expressive brush strokes and gestural marks.
Embed from Getty Images The Obamas are history makers, and we were reminded of this fact at the recent unveiling of the Barack and Michelle Obama portraits at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.
Artist James Nolan Gandy is known for his mix of artistry and mechanical ingenuity.
Partners in both life and art, French-Swedish textile artists Charles Henry and Elin Petronella create embroidery designs inspired by architecture.
The color blue is associated with two of Earth’s greatest natural features: the sky and the ocean. But that wasn’t always the case. Some scientists believe that the earliest humans were actually colorblind and could only recognize black, white, red, and only later yellow and green. As a result, early humans with no concept of the color blue simply had no words to describe it.
Athens-based art director and visual designer Dimitris Ladopoulos breathes new life into centuries-old paintings.
Someone painted this rock to make it look like a shark from r/pics Imagine walking along a paradise beach when...