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May
25
2015

This Creative Tea Calendar Is Exactly What You Need In The Morning

One particular of the europe’s greatest and effectively-identified tea companies Halssen &amp lyon has come up with the epic thought of combining the oldest drink in the globe with one particular of the oldest types of ads. They developed the Tea Calander, together with Hamburg-based creative agency Kolle rebbe they have created a day-to-day chronological book or calendar that each and every day is created out of 1mm thin of compressed tea, every single a single of the […]

May
22
2015

Artist Hula Paints Great Seaside Murals Although Floating On His Board

Meet Sean Yoro AKA Hula, Yoro paints wonderful murals just above the sea level and he does it all even though floating on his massive board. The murals are all portraits of women and they have a hyper-realistic quality that makes them look so genuine and alive, they are completely positioned above the tide so they all reflect in the water which creates a magical expertise to every single piece. The NYC-primarily based artist paddles on […]

Sep
18
2013

Vibrant Paintings by Andy Denzler

In his art Swiss artist Andy Denzler combines a variety of mediums, including painting, printing, graphic design, sculpture, and drawing…                         Andy Denzler

Jul
23
2013

Cool Street Art

In From up North’s inspiration galleries we present the latest of our findings from the wonderful world of design. Amazing high quality artworks in various categories from great designers all over the globe.   Style is the limit El inmenso talento de Aryz : Distorsion Urbana MEGGS X THE HUNDREDS HQ – david meggs hooke Agnes Cecile LOST FOR WORDS by Peter Preffington “Colour/Greys” by PREF Street Art by A’SHOP at Mural Festival in Montreal, […]

Jul
17
2013

Lifelike Wood Sculptures by Bruno Walpoth

Italian artist Bruno Walpoth creates these unbelievably lifelike sculptures of people and detailed human body with wood…                                     Bruno Walpoth

May
12
2013

David McLeod Amazing 3d Typography

David McLeod is an Australian artist and designer currently residing in New York City. In this article, we will take a look at some of our favorite works from his portfolio.   Thank You 2013 – Year of the Snake Everything In Its Place Find Your Anchor Building Success Over Under Around & Through Double Rum

May
9
2013

Gererdo Feldsteins Cool Art

Argentinian artist Gerardo Feldstein came to sculpture through painting. Born in Buenos Aires, he studied electrical engineering for a few years, started to paint and today he is an artist in various fields. His sculptures are made of different materials, he uses wire, wood, textiles and other things to form his works. It is always something uncommon and bizarre that marks his pieces. The bodies have enormous hands, arms or feet, though it seems like their tiny heads […]

May
6
2013

Great Abstract Works with Airplane Engine

Florida-based artist Princess Tarinan von Anhalt creates abstract works of art by hurling cans and bottles of paint into the air and letting the strong winds produced by a jet engine splatter it onto a canvas. It’s probably the most expensive paintbrush ever used, but clients will often pay as much as $50,000 just to watch her work. Jet Art, characterized by using a jet engine’s air currents to create abstract shapes on a canvas, was invented in 1982, by Prince […]

Sep
13
2012

I have a Puzzling Dream

MAKE Sales Manager Brigitte Kunde shared this amazing build with us, spotted online by a friend of hers. Pete Fecteau used over 4,000 Rubik’s Cubes to create this 18′ 6″ x 9′ 8″ mosaic of Dr. Martin Luther King. Apparently Rubik’s-based artwork is a “thing.” There’s Rubik’s Einstein, Lincoln, Sitting Bull, Kathy Lee and Hoda(?). There’s even a name for the genre: Rubikcubism. Pete Fecteau’s Website

Jan
12
2012

Making 3D Portraits with Lots of Screws

“Most people are drawn to the portraits because they have something different about them (from a distance especially). Seeing them in person is a whole different feel than seeing the photograph. They have a sense of depth that the photo can’t capture.”– Andrew Myers Meet Andrew Myers, one of the most patient modern-day sculptors around. This Laguna Beach, California-based artist goes through a multi-step process to create incredible works of art you almost have to […]

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