Laser Cut Notepads That Slowly Reveal Artworks As They Get Used

January 19, 2018

Japanese motif firm Triad Inc have created a series of laser slashed notepads that slowly discover artworks as they get applied. Dubbed “Omoshiro Blocks”, the notepads consist of 100+ membranes of variously sized, tearable segments of paper, that when removed, gradually discover an artwork often like the subtractive 3D printing process. The pads have demonstrated that they extremely popular and are currently sold out at all supermarkets that were carrying…


Inside the Worlds Most Complex Paper Airplane

January 18, 2018

Over the last decade, designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart has been building an unbelievably detailed representation of a Boeing 777, right down to the tiny seats and moving mooring gear, use simply paper folders and glue. Read more: http :// videos/ inside-the-worlds-most-complex-paper-airplane /


A Game of Thrones Ice Hotel Just Opened and It Looks Unreal

January 13, 2018

Photograph by Lapland Hotels SnowVillage Each year, around 20 million kg of snow and 350,000 kg of crystal clear natural frost are used to build the breathtaking SnowVillage which changes in shape, length and layout to amaze pilgrims year after year. Covering an area of about 20,000 sq. metres, the SnowVillage consists of a Snow Hotel, with snow offices and suites, Ice Restaurant, Ice Bar and Ice Chapel. This time,…


Johnny Clasper Carefully Places Stones to Create Amazing Works of Art

January 6, 2018

We last boasted Johnny Clasper’s prodigious stonework in 2015 and since then he continues to charmed his clients with his beautiful baked stone works, free-form stone sculptures, and pebble mosaics. Based in Yorkshire, England, the award-winning artist is available for the committees and projects and you can reach him through his website and official Facebook page. Below you will find some of his more recent wreaks along with progress hits…


Picture of the Day: Heart and Soil

December 15, 2017

Artwork by Dimitri Tsykalov Heart ( 2003) is a large effigy by Russian craftsman Dimitri Tsykalov made from timber, bark and soil. Measuring 170 x 100 x 100 cm( 5’7 ” x 39 ” x 39 ”), the artwork was on display at Galerie Rabouan Moussion in Paris, France where the Moscow-born artist currently lives and productions. For more from Tsykalov visit his official website along with Galerie Rabouan Moussion…


Artist Blows Glass Vases Directly Into Slabs of Live Edge Wood

December 2, 2017

Artwork by Scott Slagerman Wood& Glass is an ongoing streak of uses by glass master, Scott Slagerman, in collaboration with Jim Fishman. Each glass vase shall be constituted by directly blowing it into a cut off mold from a slab of living periphery timber. You can see from some of the relevant procedures shoots below that the articles themselves are quite large. Slagerman exercises numerous groves such as mesquite and…


Renaissance Portraits Made From Single Thread on Circular Loom

November 29, 2017

Using a single yarn approximately 1-2 km long( 0.6- 1.2 mi ), Petros Vrellis endlessly wraps the weave in straight-from-the-shoulder, perpetual threads, from one peg to its direct opposite peg in a circular, 28 ” loom with 200 evenly spaced anchor pegs on its circumference. Thus each artwork is made from 3,000- 4,000 continuously meeting straight lines of a single thread. Interestingly, knitting is done by hand, with step-by-step instructions…


Unbelievable Lion Sculpture Made from Hammered Steel

November 14, 2017

Based in Istanbul, Turkish artist SelASSuk Yilmaz( featured previously) pas trims and hammers every article of metal used in this incredible, larger-than-life lion sculpture. The artist has become well-known for his steel statues and you can find many more projections on Behance and Instagram. As you can see in the photo above, Yilmaz’s latest statue, entitled Kali , is quite a bit larger than himself! SelASSuk Yilmaz Behance | Instagram…


Amazing 3D Portraits Made from Suspended Paint Strokes

November 1, 2017

In an ongoing sequence of 3D sketches, artist Chris Dorosz defers acrylic clean strokes on monofilament hanging between metal rods that jut out from a wooden timber. Dorosz computes: Out of material invention I began to regard the primacy of the paint lowering, a shape that takes mold not from a clean or any human-made enforce or gesticulate, but strictly from its own viscosity and the breath it comes through,…


Artist Channels the Ocean Into One-of-a-Kind Tables Using Marble and Acrylic

October 4, 2017

Based in TimiA oara, Romania, craftsman and decorator Eduard Locota causes incredible one-of-a-kind furniture inspired by the ocean. Exercising acrylic glass and marble, Locota’s’ delMare‘ collection of ocean-inspired furniture are 100% side crafted and incredibly labour-intensive. “I’m not good with los, so if I have a imagination of something that I adore doing, I will engage it. I can say that my person doesna t have brakes. As an craftsman,…