After a brutal storm, Italian sculptor Marco Martalar was moved to transform the damage into something beautiful. Sitting atop a mountain in the northern Trentino region of Italy, an enormous dragon has become a symbol of Mother Nature's force. Martalar created the magnificent creature from the scattered branches of the storm, turning tragedy into art. In 2018, the Vaia storm ripped across northern Italy.
South African-born artist Daniel Popper is known for his oversized, fantastical installations.
For the past six years, Finnish architect-designer Pasi Widgren has carried out a special winter tradition.
Have you ever wished you could fly through the sky? For artist Chris Maynard, this thought and the desire to fly is the inspiration behind his exquisite bird-inspired art. He carves, cuts and slices found feathers to transform plumage into tiny works of art. The level of intricacy in his works varies from a flock of birds soaring through the sky to a pair of cranes intertwined in a single feather.
Pakistani American artist Anila Quayyum Agha uses her many varied experiences as inspiration for her incredible installation art.
The biodiversity of our planet is one of the many things that make it beautiful.
Paper artists continue to find new ways to transform the two-dimensional medium into captivating creations. Danish artist and architect Peter Callesen uses ordinary sheets of white A4 paper to build miniature buildings and structures that look like replicas of the real thing.
Malaysian artist Jun Ong has pierced a former warehouse in Kuala Lumpur with light.
Whether you want to call it fluid art, liquid art, or acrylic pouring, there’s nothing more satisfying than creating abstract...
Twigs and branches create spectacular trees and highlight the power and beauty of the natural world. Using that same concept, artist Kang Dong Hyun produces awe-inspiring animal sculptures that are born from these types of complex systems. With the visual motif of branches and pathways, the Korean creative forms bodies and facial features that resemble lions, bears, moose, and more. There is a dichotomy at play in Kang’s work.
Before a stunning outfit makes it to the runway, it's usually drawn on paper.
Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed is known for his mesmerizing textile masterpieces.