Dutch artist Anne Ten Donkelaar is famous for her beautiful botanical constructions (previous here), but the latest one has us all gasping in amazement. It's called the "Underwater Ballet" and it's a spectacle of flowers and air bubbles, dancing to a choreography
Some say they’re creepy, eerie, macabre. I say they’re creative, delicate, and sweet. Using a crochet, string, and glue, South Philadelphia based artist Caitlin McCormack creates these amazing tiny sculptures representing animal remains and body
I find paper incredibly difficult to work with, so to me it’s truly amazing each time I see this kind of art. These magnificent paper sculptures are created by Clare Pentlow. The colorful pieces look like flowers in full bloom and are given depth and
Paper has always been the preferred medium for Manchester based artist Helen Musselwhite. Her creative journey as an artist started from an early age, leading her to study graphic design and illustration. She ventured in the world of decorative furniture, jewellery
There's little left to say actually about these incredible works. So delicate and frail, yet they are holding on so well against the strength of the thread. These tiny sculptures are the work of UK based artist Susanna Bauer.
It always seems that creating something out of scrap, recycling, making anything out of something that wasn’t originally intended for that purpose, is damn hard. But self-taught sculptor Flavio Zarck makes it look so easy. It’s hard to imagine his works
Yulia Brodskaya's works (previously here) are well known all around the world, being famous for their delicate intricacy, and also for the renowned brands that have chosen her technique to promote themselves. If you think things couldn't get more complicated, take
Patty Grazini (previously here) has completed a new body of work, and we couldn't be more excited about it. The show is called "Eccentric Misfits and Uncommon Characters", and each character is inspired by the women in the late 19th century.