Category Archive: art

Levalet Street art: Humorous Paste-Ups

Levalet site-specific paste-ups can be found in various locations around France. Levalet’s characters, drawn with India ink, interact with the architecture and are deployed in situations often bordering on the absurd.

Surreal animal sculptures

Chinese artist Wang Ruilin creates sculptures that unite the natural world with mythology and surrealism. Clouds hover on  animal’s antlers like floating dreams and whales are infilled with rocky landscapes or lakes along their… Continue reading

Photographs + Watercolors

In her two stunning series entitled ‘Anesidora’ and ‘Ikävä’, Massachusetts-based artist Aliza Razell brings together two diverse mediums by combining self-portrait photographs with vibrant strokes of watercolours.

Surreal Houses by Matthias Jung

German graphic designer Matthias Jung creates montages of imaginative houses, a mix of architectural elements, photography and landscape imagery. He calls his creations ‘architectural short poems that aim to visualize another perspective on… Continue reading

‘Dark Cities’ by Daniele Cametti Aspri

Major European capitals in the still of the night, a photography exhibit by Daniele Cametti Aspri.

Delicate Paper-cut Art by Maude Alta

Intricate papercut work created by Buffalo-based artist Maude Alta. She loves the great strength, yet delicacy of paper. Her work is done on the macro as well as the micro level. Every cut… Continue reading

Shadow of Knives: Silhouette sculptures by Li Hongbo

Chinese contemporary artist Li Hongbo created a series of silhouette artworks. Li carved patterns out of his blades. The carved out parts – the shadows – mirror the hollow parts of the knives.… Continue reading

Arthur Tress : Dream Collector

American photographer Arthur Tress began his career in the 1960s creating street photographs, but soon branched out to explore the realm of the strange and grotesque. He is known for his staged surrealism… Continue reading

Flower Nanostructures created in a beaker

These false-color SEM images reveal microscopic flower structures created by manipulating a chemical gradient to control crystalline self-assembly. To create the flower structures, Noorduin and his colleagues dissolve barium chloride (a salt) and… Continue reading