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I Made Paper Artworks That Captured The Memories Of A Snowflake

These paper sculptures are inspired by the formation of snow crystals and the phenomenon of how a journey and experience shape something. Every snowflake is one of a kind. This distinctiveness is due to its lone journey through the atmosphere all the way to the ground. Its unique path molds its individuality.

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I Use Flower Petals Instead Of Paint To Create Artworks Inspired By The Human Connection With Nature

I am Elen Alien – a Russian artist living and working in Stockholm, Sweden.

I paint since the age of 5, my first sale was at the age of 7. I have been studying art for more than 15 years, then gathered experience connected areas. In 2013 I discovered the unusual way of creating paintings from flower petals, this technique is called oshibana.

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In Light Of The Pandemic, The Louvre Decided To Make Its Entire Exhibit Collection Available For People To See For Free Online (64 Artworks)

There is no need to remind us of what we miss about life before the coronavirus spread through the world. But still, we adapted: a lot of people are working from their homes, children go to online school, when we miss our friends and want to see their faces, we get on a video call. The world has gotten used to doing everything through a screen. Including visiting museums!

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The Louvre Makes More Than 482,000 Of Their Artworks Available Online For Free (64 Pics)

There is no need to remind us of what we miss about life before the coronavirus spread through the world. But still, we adapted: a lot of people are working from their homes, children go to online school, when we miss our friends and want to see their faces, we get on a video call. The world has gotten used to doing everything through a screen. Including visiting museums!

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I Draw In My Astral Projections, And Recreate The Images When I Wake Up (40 Pics)

A lucid dream is a dream in which you know you are dreaming. I have had them fairly regularly since I was a child, and recently, I have been using this altered state of consciousness to create artworks.

When you are in a lucid dream, you interact with an environment guided and influenced by your thoughts. To put it simply, if you expect something to happen, then it probably will, but not necessarily in the precise way you wanted. A lucid dream is a mixture of conscious intent and often surprising and random events in reaction to that intent.

This dynamic plays itself out on the page when I am drawing inside my lucid dream. Most of the time, I draw a single line before the dream takes over and fills the page with bizarre imagery.

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A Series Of Artworks Visualizing My Mental Journey Through Dark Times

The more perfect you try to be, the more things about yourself you need to suppress. Things you don’t accept, things that do not match the image of yourself you have created. But just because you hide them doesn’t mean they’re gone. It means you just no longer know what they are doing to you. Every time something is not the way want it to be, you get rid of it and make yourself smaller. It gives you an illusion of control, but in reality, you have less and less control over who you are. You are trapped in a little room inside of your mind. You are no longer in control, although your mind will do anything to convince you it’s the opposite.

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I Create Minimalistic Artworks Inspired By The Current Pandemic Situation (28 Pics)

We all had to face a lot of changes and challenges in 2020. The year started and gradually, we were all forced to stay at home. We had to change our habits to cope with a lockdown.

I live in a block of flats. I spent my time looking through the window where I can see beautiful nature; it was very calming for me. But I also saw lots of other blocks of flats there. Looking at them every day, I started to see them differently. I enjoyed how the sun and light changed at different times of the day.

Eventually, I started to miss taking pictures. Being a portrait photographer, it became impossible to work for me. I started to take pictures of what I saw. Project CLOSE shows my view on the pandemic. We all became closer within our hearts, we all worked together as humanity to survive the pandemic as well as possible.

You will find elements of repetition in the projects. For me, it was a tool to express my feelings, situation, and fear.

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Mateo WallPainter2 days ago

Brillant !2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#2 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

Storys full of stories.3ReplyView more comments#3 

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Amazing that buildings can appear to be soft.2ReplyView more comments#4 

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Wow! So much detail… definitely my favorite.4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#5 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

This picture would make a small room look larger. Simplisity! Unique.3ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#7 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

A seaside in the city!2ReplyView more comments#8 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

I wouldn’t have the patience to draw what they had the patience to design and build. We need to be more grateful for our easy living paid for by determined strength.3ReplyView more comments#9 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

Disturbing.1ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#10 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

Southwest. Crisp. You turned sad and concerned into a golden opportunity! Respect.2Reply#11 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

Row 9 down, seven from the right, HELLO! HELLO! HELLO!4ReplyView more comments#12 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

A country under stress. Red , white and blue put to a test.3Reply#13 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

Arizona villiage updated.0Reply#14 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

Bed .Curtains, dress, wall paper for one wall. Yards and yards of material.2ReplyView more comments#15 

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Mark Serbian6 days ago

I *dare* you to crash into this rock!4ReplyView more comments#16 

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Grandma Shark5 days ago

Love the door details and shades!2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#17 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

A few more feet and you will run out of sky.3Reply#18 

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Mark Serbian6 days ago

If I stare at this while unfocusing my eyes, do I see a dolphin?4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#19 

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Spring breezes. This is pretty!0Reply#20 

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Grandma Shark5 days ago

Could live there:)1ReplyView more comments#21 

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Grandma Shark5 days ago

Vienna or Munich feeling, nice!2ReplyView more comments#22 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago(edited)

Not all ideas are pretty or relaxing. Interresting perhaps, thought provoking not designed with fitting in to the expected.1ReplyView more comments#23 

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Fresh ocean breeze or exercize stairs for a giant.0Reply#24 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

I miss playing QBert.3Reply#25 

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Elaine Mattingly4 days ago

Looks so strict and confining. I’ve been quarintined so long, open the windows. Please.0Reply#26 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

A tree! PLEASE1Reply#27 

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Elaine Mattingly6 days ago

Smoke cloging the earth’s lungs?1ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#28 

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Grandma Shark5 days ago

If that blue balcony breaks…1ReplyView more comments

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20 Mind Melting Artworks By Visionary Arts Pioneer Android Jones

In the visionary arts community, few have paved the path for new artists like the legendary Andrew “Android” Jones. His digital painting prowess pioneered the way for cross-media creatives to merge and blend textures on canvas, domes and in VR. He’s even projected his art onto the side of skyscrapers to feed the furnaces of compelling discourse.

He describes his signature style of blended textures and art as ‘electromineralism’ with a touch of ‘popshamanism’. From Burning Man to the Renwick Gallery (and so much more), Android Jones’s scintillating creative talents were forged in the fires of Industrial Light and Magic, a company owned by George Lucas. They were honed further when he started his own company called Massive Black. In a recent video by the Smithsonian Institute he explained the exhibit he showcased at the Renwick which included dual VR rigs so folks could immerse themselves in 360 degrees of his imagination.

He also has been delivering an immersive dome experience, Samskara. In it, he blends indigenous mythology, tribal elements, transhumanist symbols, storytelling with a lense of abstract realism, and the sort of energetic illustration that seems to push the boundaries of perceptibility. You can check out both videos at the bottom of the post!

For a snapshot of his creative delights churned out by the factory of his mind over the years, we’ve gathered 20 of his most eye-catching, brain-bending art.

It’s a ride for your eyes, so buckle up and enjoy!

All artwork and photography provided courtesy of the Android Jones.

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23 Hyper-Realistic Artworks Of Cats That Are Hard To Believe Aren’t Photographs By A Japanese Artist

As much as it’s hard to believe, these mind-blowingly realistic images are not photographs but hand-drawn pencil drawings. This art style is called hyperrealism and you’ve probably seen it as at first glance, it resembles a high-resolution photograph but after you take a closer look and focus on details, you realize that it’s actually a drawing. Hyperrealism requires an incredible amount of work, skill, and patience but the result is definitely worth all of this!

Meet the 18-year-old Japanese artist Haruki Kudo, also known as kudoharu125 to his 2,589 followers on his Instagram account, who creates incredibly realistic animal portraits that will seriously make you question whether they are not real photographs. Haruki only uses colored pencils but most of his drawings look way too good to have been done by hand. “I started drawing about two years ago and I was fascinated by the fun” – the artist told Bored Panda.

Though the artist draws all kinds of animals, from eagles to dogs, it’s his hyperrealistic drawings of cats that really stand out. Maybe it’s all because of his love for cats and other felines? Oh, and of course, the level of detail really fascinates!

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Frieze Sculpture Brings 22 Large-Scale Artworks to Regent’s Park

A Reza Aramesh Cor-Ten steel sculpture is on display in London’s Regent’s Park through October 8 in Frieze Sculpture. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.

Bronze footballs, aka soccer balls, are stacked 22 high. Pink aluminum looks like it’s twisted into an enormous pretzel. A cartoonlike character with X eyes stands 20 feet tall. These are just some of the large-scale entities visitors to the 395-acre grounds of Regent’s Park in London are encountering this summer. Artworks by Hank Willis ThomasJohn Chamberlain, and Kaws, they are among 22 others for Frieze Sculpture, an outdoor exhibition that launched in 2005 as part of Frieze London. But this year, for the first time, it opens free to the public months before the October 5 fair. The 24 artists hail from around the globe—from Tokyo to Berlin—and the age of the works range from 1989 to new commissions. 

john-chamberlain-colored-aluminum-sculpture-frieze-sculpture-london-pink-structure-WATERMARK-0717A colored aluminum sculpture by John Chamberlain. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.

kaws-wood-sculpture-frieze-sculpture-london-wood-material-0717An afrormosia-wood sculpture by Bernar Venet. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.

kaws-final-days-frieze-sculpture-refer-04KAWS, FINAL DAYS (2013), Galerie Perrotin, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.

eduardo-paolozzi-vulcan-frieze-sculpture-refer-01Eduardo Paolozzi, Vulcan (1999), Pangolin, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.

magdalena-abakanowicz-standing-figure-wheel-frieze-sculpture-refer-06Magdalena Abakanowicz, Standing Figure with Wheel (1990), Marlborough Fine Art, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.

takuro-kuwata-untitled-frieze-sculpture-refer-05Takuro Kuwata, Untitled and Untitled (both 2016), Alison Jacques Gallery / Salon 94, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.

tony-cragg-stroke-frieze-sculpture-refer-02Tony Cragg, Stroke (2014), Holtermann Fine Art, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photography by Stephen White/Courtesy of Frieze.

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