Category Archives: Creativity
Innovative Artist Willard Wigan creates micro-sculptures. His microscopic art is small, but very intricate in design. Each piece fits inside the eye of a needle or on head of a pin. Some of his sculptures are so small that they can only be seen with a microscope. It is amazing to see his micro-sculptures- check out the video below the pictures to see how he creates these beautiful microscopic art pieces that will shock and amaze you!
Images from: Willard-Wigan.com
Altered books sculptures by Susan Hoerth
Susan Hoerth is an artist that enjoys collecting antique books and giving them a 3D pop-up book effect by artistically altering the books. This pop-up book style makes it appear as if the books stories are leaping right out of the pages. Gives new meaning to bringing a story to life.
If you would like to create your own altered popup book- check out Susan’s website: “Abandon Attic“ on her website she gives you step-by-step instructions on how to create your very own 3D Altered book. Have fun! If you would like to purchase some of Susan’s work here is a link to her Etsy shop: “The Abandon Attic” (Raiders Of The Lost Art) All images (above) from: http://abandonattic.blogspot.com/
Video from: Susan Hoerth’s Youtube Channel
Ray Villafane is an artist that specializes in sculpting. He is famously know for sculpting 3D pumpkin carvings. The detail on each pumpkin he sculpts is incredibly intricate and looks lifelike. He also does other forms of sculpting such as sand sculpting- to check out more of his wonderful sculptures check out: http://villafanestudios.com/gallery/ Happy Halloween!
Comic Book Collage Art By Mike Alcantara
Mike Alcantara is a collage artist that uses comics to make many creative collages. On Mike Alcantara’s deviantart.com profile says, “All work is made with comics only no paint or marker.” He is truly remarkable for taking the time to create these colorful collages are innovative and a pleasure to view the intricate details that go into each piece. It really makes you wonder how long does each collage take to make. Below are a few of Mike Alcantara Comic Collages
Some info above from: http://mikealcantara.deviantart.com/
To View more of Mike Alcantaras’ collages & art work check out the links below:
Innovative, Interactive, 3Dimensional art!
There are a total of Eighty-three oil paintings that were on show for about a month at the Magic Art Special Exhibition in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou.
Organizers said the paintings are basically two dimensional. They’ve been painted creatively in a special 3D style, with some parts going out of frame and others with painted shadows to create the effect of an extra dimension. Twenty South Korean artists have spent more than four months working on these special paintings.-(info from: NTDTV on YouTube.com)
To see some more of the innovative 3d interactive art from the art gallery in China check out: RocketNews24.com
Carl Jara is a sculptor that uses sand as his medium to create innovative 3-Dimensional works of art. Carl Jara is a World Champion Sand Sculptor. To find out more about Carl Jara visit his website: http://www.artcleveland.com/personal.html and to view more of his sand sculptures check out his flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/graindamaged/
Pete Fecteau is an artist that works in various mediums but the one medium that caught my eye was the artwork he creates using rubik’s cubes. The way he uses rubik’s cubes to create intricate works of art is wonderful and innovative. To find out more about Pete Fecteau go to- http://petefecteau.com/about/