Berlin artist Kim Koester presents her new series of work called “The Monsters”.
For the last 10 years Italian painter, Maurizio Savini has created wonderful sculptures from pieces of pink bubble gum. Interestingly that creating sculptures from bubble gum is an internationally recognized art form and admirers as well as critics eagerly await for Savini’s next job.
“Size does matter” – says on his website Washington artist Jon Almeda, who is currently a professional engaged in manufacturing clay and ceramic handicrafts. A distinctive feature of souvenirs that John makes with his hands small and tiny size. His amazing teapots, pitchers, bowls, vases and other utensils do not exceed 1 inch (2.54 cm)!
Jordanian architect, designer and fashion illustrator Shamekh Bluvi, cuts beautiful female models of clothing from paper. Their peculiarity is that he cuts some parts, so instead of skirts or dresses, you can “fill in” any background: sky, trees, buildings, streets. The result is something quite extraordinary and certainly stunningly beautiful.
Kermit Tesoro a 27 year old Filipino designer creates unique designs of shoes. In his collection he has: octopus, the skull, squid and fur shoes. He draws inspiration from the outrageous show business stars and his central figure is Lady Gaga.
Jacqueline Poirier – Canadian artist who helps people to lose weight and to diversify their diet by adding a delicious steak or chocolate cake. Of course, it’s not real but very realistic painted pictures directly placed on the plate.
Here you can see the continuation of the work of a great artist, Laura Jenkinson. She’s a stylist and makeup artist. This 25 year old girl lives in London. She uses theatrical makeup and lipstick to create funny characters on faces.