Without any Photoshop or photoediting, bodypainters Leonie Gené and Joerg Duesterwald worked with photographers Laila Pregizer and Uwe Schmida in seamlessly integrating the human body into natural landscapes. Called Metamorphosis, the project blends naked models into everything from rock formations to curly trees, making them a beautiful extension of their environment. The body poses coupled with the artistic bodypainting magically make the models disappear into the background. The photographers are strict about not using any post processing. In fact, all pictures are taken on location and all models are painted right on the spot.
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Artist Julie Alice Chappell creates beautiful miniature sculptures of insects using circuit boards found inside discarded electronics.
Sew Wanderlust by Teresa Lim
SINGAPORE- china town
PRAGUE – charles bridge
PRAGUE – Old town
PERTH – Serpentine Falls
LONDON – Big Ben
GERMANY – Laufersweiler
VIETNAM – Ha Long Bay
Colorful Chameleon and frog – Can you guess what they actually are?
Yes, indeed they are incredible art work by Johannes Stotter. You will be amazed when they actually start moving.
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DESIGN: Wind-Powered Kinetic Sculptures by Anthony Howe
Kinetic sculptor Anthony Howe lives and works in a rural area in Eastsound, Washington surrounded by little more than trees, wind, and other natural elements that inspire his incredible kinetic sculptures.
Howe works primarily with stainless steel which he welds to create carefully engineered objects powered by the slightest breeze.
Paper masks by Mlle Hipolyte
French artist Mlle Hipolyte’s colorful paper masks feature intricate, origami-like designs to form whimsical animal faces that people can really wear. Feathery paper triangles stacked in layers create a rich texture that resembles fur. The artist skillfully chooses and arranges slips of complementary shades of paper to create a sense of depth. The masks include some of the most adorable and beloved creatures in the animal kingdom, such as raccoons, foxes and tigers. They can offer an imaginative outlet for a child’s playtime, and they’re good for grown-ups, too: Imagine the possibilities for costume parties and whimsical home decorations.
Although primarily an illustrator, Hipolyte branches out into three-dimensional art through his paper creations He’s also known for adorable paper-animal wall hangings and magnificent free-standing animal sculptures made entirely out of paper.