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Arty Farty

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Arty Farty

  • 33 Pins

Photos in a bike wheel

Much Better Now by Salon Alpin. A bookmark is stuck in a forgotten book that is one day knocked over by wind. It experiences its environment by surfing the pages that turn in to ocean-waves, enjoying the ride of its life. As the book cover closes light reveals new challenges.

Magic Carpet

Make your own graffiti which GROWS!

Bored of the snow? Make it into a work of art! Sonka Hinrichsen creates these incredible snow spirals on Rabbit Ears Pass in Colorado, step by step

Mark Powell draws portraits of elderly people on the back of old envelopes- very cool!

Sean Avery -makes beautiful creatures from old CDs

66 masterpieces made from recycled materials -this piece is made by artist Lin Evola-Smidt from melted down weapons

The Seven Deadly sins by Christian Montengro- pretty cool! Can you guess which one this is?

Artist Brian Joseph Davis has been creating composite sketches of literary characters from book descriptions, by using a composite sketch-rendering software used by law enforcement

Using long-exposure photos made with lights shone through large cut stencils, Wittner Fabrice creates figures of light in different cityscapes. He coins them 'enlightened souls', and has so far experimented with this art form in Vietnam and post-earthquake Christchurch, New Zealand

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I want this man to make t-shirts

Carved Book Landscapes by Guy Larmee- he literally carves through books to create incredible sculptures

What happens when you give thousands of stickers to thousands of kids

Lee Jeffries -photography portraits of homeless people

Love the photography on this page

Curtis Killorn -a dude that does around painting trees beautiful funky colours!

This is incredible

Elliot Lee Hazel -a big fan of his photography

Using body paints, costumes, make-up and endless patience, Peruvian-born artist Cecilia Paredes camouflages herself into the backgrounds of her photographic performance pieces. In her desire to blend with, and become one with, the landscape around her, she is recalling themes of relocation, displacement and migration.