There are so many things in the world of Art that one with the passion for it must be able to come across with not just for the sake that you’ll be able to appreciate it but nonetheless be able to get inspiration from. Currently based in Mims, Florida, Robert Mickelson originally apprenticed as a lamp-worker before he focuses purely on the transparent and fragile quality of his chosen material – glass. From opened umbrellas to fallen leaves and liquor bottles, Robert Mickelson turns the ordinary into the extraordinary. The objects Mickelson creates are narratives and personal vignettes that reveal the secrets of his innermost thoughts. These are often mysteries even to himself until the creative process reveals them and so the work becomes a form of self-discovery. you see these amazing creative glass sculptures art and comments about this post.
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Drawing something requires skills but to illustrate something that is 3D and also sensible means that you really have talent; a graphic designer is just as a painter but with other type of tools. Drawing has been the most popular art form for years. Drawing has come a long way since the start of this amazing art. This is the time of computers and you can see that artists are creating drawings on computers these days. I love digital illustrations because you can create something that can defy everything from the laws of physics and all the way to moral things. In this post you can see a collection of superb examples of 3D illustrations made by various artist, you see these 3d work and comments about this post.
Normally we hear of performers trying to create art more reachable to the community, but this is one time an artist has deliberately placed his work in an out-of-the-way place. rest diving to view the world’s second largest reproduction reef in 2010, artist Andreas Franke decided to revolve the artificial reef – a sunken ship – into an underwater art gallery.Franke is a photographer who favors surreal scenes and dreamlike worlds. He was impressed by the otherworldly quality of the underwater ship, the Vandenberg. After diving to see it, he began to form a plan for a one-of-a-kind exhibit.The artist took photos of the landscape inside the Vandenberg, documenting the day-to-day scenes aboard the 523-foot-long ship. He then added public to these scenes, bringing a new form of life to the underwater stage.
A robot is a mechanical intelligent agent which can perform tasks on its own, or with guidance.These works have been made by a young man from Nagano.The author uses details of watches, bicycles, etc.To make a robot 25 cm high it takes about 2 weeks, such a tiny one takes one day only.All the works may be bought, red little spots mean the robots are sold already.This work is not for sale cause it’s not finished yet. The skeleton is real, the author found a dead fox, brought it home and boiled in a huge pot. Here’s the result of his work. He works at an office and in his spare time he makes such cute robots. In practice a robot is usually an elector-mechanical machine which is guided by computer and electronic programming. Robots can be autonomous or semi-autonomous and come in those two basic types: those which are used for research into human-like systems, such as ASIMO and TOPIO, as well as those into more defined and specific roles, such as Nano robots and Swarm robots; and helper robots which are used to make or move things or perform menial or dangerous tasks, such as Industrial robots or mobile or servicing robots.By the way, have you already seen the last Transformers movie?
Currency notes always in our purses but we use them only in purchasing and selling with them but some origami artists create some objects with them.Usually, Moneygami is called money folding. Sometimes also called bill folding, or banknote folding, or other such derivative terms. I’m not really sold on the Moneygami name- there’s a real trend lately to do such things, primarily because people figure out “oh, that must be money origami” or something to that effect.Money folding is amazingly popular – because it’s something we see every day, a commonplace item, transformed into something unique and unexpected. I don’t like to leave folded tips at restaurants, because I know the staff would rather spend the money; but occasionally I fold something anyway and inevitably a small crowd of people gather around and look at it when it’s completed.
Artists have challenged art by situating it in non-art contexts. ‘Street’ artists do not aspire to change the definition of an artwork, but rather to question the existing environment with its own language. They attempt to have their work communicate with everyday people about socially relevant themes in ways that are informed by esthetic values without being imprisoned by them.Street artists such as Above, Jef Aérosol, Banksy, Mat Benote, BLU, Cartrain, Ces53, Dan Witz, D*Face, Tod Hanson, Invader, Michael Kirby, Neck Face, Vhils, Os Gemeos, Swoon, Twist, and 108, have earned international attention for their work and have shown their works in museums or galleries as well as on the street.Let’s see some pieces of their artwoks.