Delicate Winged Insects Sculptures Made from Recycled Circuit Boards and Video Game Systems

Artist Julie Alice Chappell is giving old material new purpose by creating beautiful insect sculptures out of used computer parts. It started several years ago when this UK-based artist came across a box of tiny electronic parts at a center known as the Craft Bank which collects electronics to distribute to schools and community groups. […]
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Micaela Lattanzio Cuts Apart Portraits and Builds Them Back In New Forms

In her latest work, Fragmenta, Micaela Lattanzio takes photo portraits of her subjects and cuts them into smaller pieces in order to reconstruct them as something completely new. After cutting the portraits into fragments, she pins each piece together on a canvas to form a new composition. In some portraits, the fragments seem to dissipate […]
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The Greatest Faberge Cakes You’ll Ever See

A recent British Easter contest saw the creation of 14 incredible cakes, each one designed to look like a priceless Faberge egg. A number of bakeries took advantage of the opportunity to showcase their skills, and results are nothing short of incredible. Each one is entirely edible, and unlike most purely ornamental cakes, these actually […]
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The Graphic Mixing of Modernity – Beata Szczecinska

Hi there AIA, I’m Beata Szczecinska, an illustrator currently living in Poland. My illustrations are made in Mixed-media techniques, hand drawings, made of fragments of photographs and graphic art elements. All of this is a base on which I work digitally using PC. Elements are transformed within graphic program and include such transformations as: applying of […]
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The Manually Pixelated Cityscapes of Phil Stein

Cityscapes are some of my most favorite kinds of photographs. A simple snapshot of a city is full of detail, hidden surprises and layers that can unfold over multiple viewings. I never tire of going back through a photo of a Chicago skyline, picking through the streets, windows and throngs of people. They’re inherently beautiful […]
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Whimsical Precision: Digital Paintings by Rafael Ochoa

Rafael Ochoa’s amazing digital works call back to the spirit of classical oil paintings but with a fresh, playful twist. Ochoa has a masterful talent at portraying light and shadow, color and detail. He can paint the hair of a deer and the wrinkles of an old man with such unreal precision while simultaneously injecting […]
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Artist Niyoko Ikuta Uses Layers of Glass to Create Swirling Geometric Sculptures

Niyoko Ikuta creates flowing geometric shapes seemingly come to life out of layers of laminated sheet glass. They come in green and blue hues and remind the viewer of the fluid forms of waves in an ocean. Ikuta has been working in glass since the 1980s and has become a leading figure in Japanese glass […]
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Novik Olesya’s 3D Layered Acrylic Paintings

Hello AIA! I am an Artist from the Ukraine, my name is Novik Olesya. I use a unique technique for creating images: Sculptures by successive imposition of Layers acrylic colors and transparent Resin. Layer after a layer a picture grows. An Image does not just seem three-dimensional, it is three-dimensional and even has a shadow. It is possible to see an […]
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