I have expressed how LEGO is lovely and it seems that everyday it grows better. Talented artist that goes by the name Meufer uses LEGO in such a different way that I have not seen before. She combines retro 8-Bit gaming with LEGO where and by using these blocks she creates pixelated figures. These figures usually represent video games like Mario, Sonic and others and sometimes creations of her own that are just as amazing. I ...

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This is more than brilliant, a wonderful stop-motion video centered around a bowl of noodles where it is inhabited by many surprises. Created by talented animator Tyler Nicolson, this video explores a fantasy all evolving around a single bowl of noodles where things from within are living such as fish, dinosaurs, etc. There isn’t a quiet clear message when watching this but to say the least, the stop-motion aspect and visuals are stunning. Almost everything is ...

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Create is one outstanding short stop-motion animation that would make you smile for two reasons, it is funny and it is one of those creations that makes you smile because it is that clever. Created by Dan MacKenzie and this project was his university project and of course he got a couple of awards for it. The stop-motion was created using clay and other objects like beds, walls, etc but what makes this video special is ...

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If there will ever be a time where people wrap up things that happened in the world, LEGO will be one of the highlights. It is that of a great creation having simple blocks transform in sculptures that would dazzle kids and adults alike, LEGO is truly not only a toy but also a lifestyle. Different artists have used LEGO in different ways, one created pixelated portraits, another created stop motion videos and another create life-size ...

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Artist Shay Aaron is one talented crafter as he has created a series of realistic sculptures based on a variety of food. The sculptures vary, there are cupcakes, salads, sandwiches, pizza, etc. and they all share one thing, incredible detail. The amount of detail is immense and you can easily consider them real till you are told otherwise because they are that detailed. Another thing that makes these sculptures a hundred times more special is their ...

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I have always had a thing for pop-up books, the ability for a person to form 3D objects and transform them back to 2D is something beyond me, but I carry a great admiration for such talent. Swedish artist Andreas Johansson made a pop-up book and showcased it during his solo exhibition called From Where the Sun Now Stands. What makes this over-sized book remarkable is the fact that it is made out of photographs that ...

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I never imagined someone out there having the patience to carefully hang 2000 Tennis balls and basically create a form of art. Ana Soler who is a Spanish visual artist is known for her complex art installations and this installation called “Cause & Effect” is here latest creation. This was installed at the Mustang Art Gallery in Alicante, Spain and the balls looked like a slow-motion of balls bouncing on grounds and walls. Soler did a ...

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In a industry shifting towards 3D-rendered movies, comes a movie with something entirely different. From the makers of award winning movie “Coraline” comes ParaNorman, a movie that takes that standard and pushes it forward. When I say standard, I mean the fact that this movie was created entirely using sculptures and was shot frame by frame. To double the effort, each frame was shot twice from slightly tilted angles so they can also turn this movie ...

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As if the Star Wars’ ship Millennium Falcon was not cool as it is, someone decided to create it out of LEGO, only not physically but rather virtually. Talented artist Francisco Prieto used a 3D software to sculpt and assemble this LEGO model consisted of 5,344 pieces. Francisco is not only a talented artist but he is a man of patience as this project consumed 3 years of his life and if grouped would make 1 ...

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You must have seen somewhere sometime the work of talented artist Won Park creating outstanding origamis out of money bills. Anyway, let me introduce you to him and his work, he’s a Hawaii-based origami artist and as if origamis are not complex already, his way of creating them involves insane skill. No glue, scissors or anything that alters the actual form, Won Park folds a single dollar bill to anything you could imagine and in this ...

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I’m calling these amazing creations Paper Art 2.0 simply because they will dazzle you and remind you what white sheets of paper can turn into, in this case amazing art. Artist Jeff Nishinaka is currently based in Los Angeles and his work stretches way further than just a hobby, he has been doing this for 28 years and it has served many clients and it happens to be that Jackie Chan owns/has bought a lot ...

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Today’s artist showcase features the work of Mark Newman and it will make you think again how physical hands are capable of creating such beauty. Mark is a sculptor, his work is so good that it is unbelievable, the attention to detail is enormous and life-like. His creations consist of large and small scale figures usually living things, fictional characters, super heroes, etc. What I love most about his work is the flow, they are not ...

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Star War’s Stormtroopers are something I do not mind seeing as a keychain, socks, gummy bears and certainly not mind this amazing life size cake. The cake was crafted by the amazing team at Amanda Oakleaf Cakes located in Boston and I must say, amazing .. it is. The cake is 6 feet 4 inches tall, weighs 300 lbs and what I love most about it is that it did not go to waste, 600 ...

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Just when you think this ice-cream full-fills every ice-cream fantasy you ever dreamt of, I’d hate to break it to you but these are actually sculptures and last time I checked sculptures are not edible. Artist Anna Barlow is the genius behind this mind-blowing sculptures and I for sure would like to have one. Anna uses clay or better known as “porcelain” as a base material for her creations and uses glaze for that extra ...

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A genius ad for a genius company featuring their genius product. This ad features Google Maps, a piece of software any smartphone relies on and it is obvious why. So how do you promote such a popular software? Google hired creative agency Venables Bell & Partners and they up with a more genius idea. They have been inspired by the old labyrinth game and created a huge cube where a blue sphere navigates all the way ...

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Public walls are graffiti artists’ number one canvas and each of these amazing artists mainly use paint of all sorts, but not for Clemens Behr, his work is something else. Using cardboard, wood and paint, he transforms any public wall in a eye-popping 3d artwork filled with complex depths and overall look stunning. His creations are so unreal to the point where you’d think they are computer-generated abstract scenes, but no, he actually assembles some of ...

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