Graphic design artist Charlie Layton doodles a weekly drawing on the freezer door of his refrigerator and uploads the picture to his Facebook account. Layton calls it Freezer Fridays. The tradition became popular among his friends, but it wasn’t until one them posted the photos to Reddit that his art came into the public spotlight. [...]
Czech artist David Cerny created a double-decker bus doing push-ups in order to celebrate the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The robotic sculpture, called London Booster, comes with two huge arms, accompanied by groans and video projections in the windows
Japanese artist Takanori Aiba created this amazing bonsai treehouse sculpture called Bonsai-B using stone clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, and resin.
Street artist Fabian Gaete Maureira does some amazing speed finger painting in under three minutes.
Artist Guy Laramee has carved books into impressive landscapes for two series entitled The Great Wall and Biblios, excavating dense pages of old books that are slowly falling apart, such as old encyclopedias and dictionaries, to reveal romantic mountains and structures. Laramee’s carved books are his metaphor for the degradation of human culture. His premise [...]
Artists from around the world gathered at the annual Snow & Ice Sculpture Festival in Bruges, Belgium, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Disneyland Paris. The festival opened on November 25 and runs until January 15 2012.
Adam Lee is 24-year-old ballon artist who recently became the new Guinness World Record holder for the largest balloon sculpture made by an individual.
Korean artist U-Ram Choe created a fascinating kinetic seal-like sculpture that appears to be breathing. Guardian of the Hole (Custos Cavum in Latin) is the name of the piece, and it is currently on display at the Asia Society Museum in New York City through December 31, 2011.
Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night was carved into an amazing Halloween pumpkin by the MoMa (The Museum of Modern Art).
Nathan Sawaya, a former lawyer who gave up his lucrative profession to become one of only a handful of LEGO artists in the world, has more than 1.5 million colored bricks in his New York art studio and spends 12 – 14 hours a day working on his sculptures.