These Artists Make Umbrellas go Pop Pop Bang
Anna Burns is a creative director and Thomas Brown is a photographer. Together, these two artists have made innovative use of a mundane household object like umbrellas to create exciting art. They make umbrellas go Pop Pop Bang which is also the title of their project.
Action movies that have lots of guns, massive explosions and sexy girls are the inspiration...
"If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way". Napoleon Hill
Russian artist, Nikolai Aldunin is a trailblazer in the art of miniature sculptures. With a great deal of patience, and with the assistance of a microscope, he creates microscopic miniatures that leave art aficionados speechless.
Imagine going through your everyday humdrum routine: Wake up, make breakfast, drive to work, fill out expense reports, see giant blue bear peaking at you through a window...wait...what?! That's right! Sculpture artist, Lawrence Argent built a 12.5 meter high blue bear out of molder polymer, concrete, and steel that weighs almost 5 tons!
Titled "I See What You Mean" this bear playfully peaks through...
Samuel Silva, a self taught artist has been interested in art since he was 2 years old. Although he is considered a ballpoint pen specialist, he is also proficient with color pencils, oils, acrylics, chalk, and pencils. You can find more from this artist at: https://www.facebook.com/VianaArts
Portrait of Sir McKellen.
Acrylic paint on Canvas 73 x 117 cm
Charcoal & Coloured Pencil on Paper / 26 x 31cm
JW Jeong drew this exclusively for the fundraiser for Seoul Shakespeare Company, the non-profit organization of expatriates in Korea who are about to stage 'Hamlet'.
To see more from this artist, please visit: http://carandini.blog.me/
Nikilaj Arndt is a German artist that specializes in 3D and street art. "Break" his airplane breaking through pavement piece was featured at the Berlin Festival in 2012.
"Cut the Rope"
To see more work from this fantastic artist, check out: http://nikolaj-arndt.deviantart.com
Titled, The Chance of Late Storm, this ice cream truck installation was created as part of the annual Sculpture by the Sea Exhibition in Sydney, Australia, and actually won the artists $5,000 for the creation.