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Hieronymus Bosch’s birds papercraft

Hieronymus Bosch is on the top of my list of painter that I think had a disturbed brilliant mind. His paintings full of bizarre and scary creatures are an example of how far can go the human mind and how … Continue reading

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Giant Zombie LEGO Men

After those LEGO® Ice Brick Tray to make your own pieces of iced LEGO, the Giant Zombie LEGO Men ATTACK! are great present for LEGO enthusiasts. Two models of those customizes and painted 19″ LEGO zombies were created using plastic, … Continue reading

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Take-G Toys

I don’t remember having seen wood toys prettier than those by take-g toys. Takeji Nakagawa, aka Take-G, creates adorable toys and crafts, like the wonderful wood robots. The robots and his other crafts are actually art works, sold only at … Continue reading

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Stan Lee Tribute Artwork

Those who live in Los Angeles can enjoy the exhibition “Under the Influence: A Tribute to Stan Lee” on the Gallery 1988, until February 1. The other mere mortals, like me, can enjoy the neat art homages presented on this … Continue reading

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Christopher Conte

Christopher Conte sculptures of skulls, spiders and other insects combine his love for sculpture, medical-science, and biomechanics. His sculptures are created using carbon-fiber, bronze, resin, stainless steel, titanium, aluminium, and even parts of a vintage Singer sewing attachment. Related posts: … Continue reading

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Mercedes Helnwein

Mercedes Helnwein was born in Vienna Austria, first daughter to renowned painter, and art provocateur Gottfried Helnwein. Her dark detailed drawings resemble pictures of dramatic events, like shots from a film noir or the illustrated version of the characters from … Continue reading

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Brian Dettmer

Brian Dettmer is the artist behind the wonderful carved into the z-axis of a book above. He transforms those old books in art, as dioramas. More of his art works at Haydeé Rovirosa Gallery, Toomey Tourel and Aron Packer Gallery. … Continue reading

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Amy Sol

Amy Sol has an incredible art work. Her whimsical acrylic paintings on wood with fluid lines are marvellous. Though the style of her works is greatly influenced by a combination of manga, folk-art, vintage illustration and modern design. (via FFFFOUND!)

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Les Maîtres de L’affiche

One more stunning collection from The New York Public Library: Les maîtres de l’affiche. Les Maîtres de L’affiche (The posters) was a French “monthly publication with reproductions of the most beautiful illustrated posters of the great artists, French and foreign, … Continue reading

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Jeff de Boer

The Canadian artist Jeff de Boer is a Calgary-based multi-media artist with an international reputation for producing some of the world’s most original and well-crafted works of art. He creates some incredible metal sculptures, figurative and abstract, suits of armour … Continue reading

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