July 6, 2018

Artist Uses Resin to Create Miniature Koi Ponds That Look Just Like the Real Thing

A post shared by Erika V (@scratchedandburnt) on May 1, 2018 at 5:13am PDT If you’ve ever dreamed of owning your own koi pond but didn’t want the hassle of daily maintenance, perhaps the resin art of Erika Voss (aka Scratched And Burnt) is the next best thing. At first glance, each piece looks like it contains real, miniature koi carp, swimming around their little lagoons.

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June 25, 2018

Artist Recreates World-Famous Masterpieces With Colorful Polymer Clay

A post shared by Clay Disarray (@claydisarray) on Jun 22, 2018 at 4:03am PDT British mixed media artist Lizzie Campbell (aka Clay Disarray) recreates famous paintings with colorful polymer clay. Resembling the style of classic claymation characters, the artist’s playful Polymer Paintings look like they belong on the walls of a Wallace and Gromit set.

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June 13, 2018

Stunning Sculptures Reimagine Women’s Hair as Surreal Landscapes

Chinese artist Yuanxing Liang is redefining the traditional bust sculpture with his breathtaking fantasy art. The prototyping teacher crafts intricate portraits featuring faces of women that are fused with delicate flourishes and elements of landscapes. Most notably, their hair becomes a site of surrealism; the long locks wrap around their heads and are the grounds for which miniature buildings, fish ponds, and trees make their home.

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June 1, 2018

Minimalist Decor Suspends Delicate Flora in Polygonal Wireframes

Japanese designer and Studio Note founder Norihiko Terayama pairs his passion for interiors with his love for nature to create one-of-a-kind decor. In a creative series of sculptures, Teryama suspends real flora and organic objects within minimalist polygonal frames, playing with form and material to produce eye-catching juxtapositions. To craft each work of art, Terayama wraps dried flowers, worn driftwood, and twisting tree branches in polygons made out of pins and thread.

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