I had a chance to speak with an amazing artist Steven Spazuk, who explained that for over 10 years he has been perfecting his art technique of using candle and torch flames. The process consists of partially burning thick pieces of paper, and with various tools Spazuk draws directly on the soot. You can view […]
Sculptor Ray Villafane is well-known for carving expressive faces on pumpkins. His sand sculptures are also massively impressive!
When viewing Brian Matthew Hart’s photos, it is clear that the technique of “light painting” is evolving.
I’d love to eat cereal in a bowl like this one. “The Cat,” “The Bird,” and “The Wolf” are three beautiful and clever ceramic designs byÂ Geraldine de Beco.
These portraits were made for an advertising campaign for Faber-Castell by illustrator/designer Chan Hwee Chong.
Using over 110,000 Lego pieces, Mike Doyle has built this incredible monochromatic house. He explains: “No foreign materials (wood, glue, paint or otherwise) were usedâ€”this is pure Lego. No Lego piece have been altered (painted, cut or otherwise).” 
“Exploded Flowers” is a photographic project by Fong Qi Wei.
Nowadays, it is clear that there are many individuals with different art backgrounds doing street paintings. It is incredible to see how quickly this urban movement is evolving. Another great example of fine-arts-meets-the-streets is the work of M-E-S-A.
French collective Paper Donut have painted a series of walls with three-dimensional shapes. The first graffiti piece (shown above) is part of an ad campaign for fashion store Sqwear, and the other two visuals (bottom of post) are personal projects. Photos Â© Paper Donut Link via Unurth
A horse, a dolphin… this is just a small part of Guido Danieleâ€™s hand art. Please take a look at his full portfolio.