“Escher on steroids” – this is how some commenters describe the illustrations by Oscar Ramos. In his latest project Ad+, Chilean artist shows that it’s possible to merge two completely different things with such smooth transition that you hardly notice how a baggy Converse turns into a paradise island in the same picture.
Mind-Boggling Illustrations by Oscar Ramos
Impressive 3D Sculptures Made of Suspended Sewing Buttons
Wink Space: An Immersive Kaleidoscopic Mirror Tunnel Inside a Shipping Container www.thisiscolossa...
"Using toxic runoff found in the Ohio River region, artist and professor John Sabraw produces his own DIY pigments... sourced from the oxidized sludge of abandoned coal mines. Rather than using imported iron oxide from China... he taps into the water's heavy metals left over from abandoned coal mines, bringing to light the region's pollution problem in the process. 'The artist, like the scientist, has a crucial role to perform in our society... See things differently, act on this vision...'"
Artist John Sabraw created his own pigments using toxic runoff from the Ohio River region. See more artists who are making climate change and conservation a priority with the Huffington Post.
18 Green Artists Who Are Making Climate Change A Priority
Crowd — Nathan Sawaya — The Art of the Brick
"Letting Go," Eric Rieger aka HOT TEA massive installation at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. The piece uses 84 miles of colored string that forms the artist’s interpretation of the sun.
Architectural Renderings of Life Drawn with Pencil and Pen by Rafael Araujo