Keng Lye’s incredible 3D paintings made using painted layers of resin

Keng Lye’s incredible 3D paintings made using painted layers of resin on Facebook This Singapore-based artist has managed to use a combination of acrylic paint and resin to effectively 3D print any water-dwelling creature imaginable. The process to create them, however, is complex. Based on the techniques of Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori, the creatures are … Lire la suite de Keng Lye’s incredible 3D paintings made using painted layers of resin

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Awesome Stairs Street Art Colorful Around The World

16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco 16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco      Philadelphia Museum of Art  Valparaíso, Chile  Seoul, South Korea Lima, Peru Wuppertal, Germany  Sicily, Italy  Rio de Janeiro, Brasil credits: jr-art.net Stairs to the musical theater in Seoul, South Korea  Stairs to the musical theater in Seoul, South Korea Stairs of Peace in Syria … Lire la suite de Awesome Stairs Street Art Colorful Around The World

David Oliveira’s floating sculptures made of wire

Scribbled Wire Sculptures by David Oliveira Facebook. Lisbon-born sculptor David Oliveira creates delicate figurative sculptures using wire that’s formed to look like manically drawn ink sketches on top of photographs. Some pieces are even hung by invisible filament creating the illusion of hovering in place Oliveira explores the potential of line and space through his … Lire la suite de David Oliveira’s floating sculptures made of wire

Reading between the Lines by Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh

Reading between the Lines by Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh Gijs Van Vaerenbergh makes church sculpture as part of art in public space project Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, a collaboration between young Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh, have built a see-through church in the Belgian region of Haspengouw. Reading between the Lines … Lire la suite de Reading between the Lines by Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh

19th Century ‘Devil’s Bridge’ Uses Its Reflection to Form a Perfect Circle

19th Century 'Devil's Bridge' Uses Its Reflection to Form a Perfect Circle The ‘Devil’s Bridge’ is a 19th-century structure in Kromlauer Park, Germany, that was designed to make a perfect circle with its reflection in the water below. Commissioned in 1860 by the knight of the local town, the thin arch stretching over the waters … Lire la suite de 19th Century ‘Devil’s Bridge’ Uses Its Reflection to Form a Perfect Circle

The Skewed, Anamorphic Sculptures and Engineered Illusions of Jonty Hurwitz

The Skewed, Anamorphic Sculptures and Engineered Illusions of Jonty Hurwitz Facebook, Saatchi profile, and Youtube Some figurative sculptors carve their artworks from unforgiving stone while others carefully morph the human form from soft blocks of clay, but artist begins with over a billion computer calculations before spending months considering how to materialize his warped ideas … Lire la suite de The Skewed, Anamorphic Sculptures and Engineered Illusions of Jonty Hurwitz