For artist Karen Libecap, size matters. The Alabama-based artist is kind of unconventional, though, as she prefers “small” over “gigantic.” Her Etsy page reads “tiny art, big ideas” since she’s into what you can call miniature art. Libecap paints animals, objects, and pop culture characters that are as little as a coin!
Babies have this innate super power in which no matter what they do, they still manage to be adorable. Indeed, that’s the case even when they’re terrified of their own shadow. While the little tykes are scared and crying their eyes out because they somehow can’t evade the black and eerie figure that’s following them around.
Photographer Jonathan Diaz asks children living with cancer what their dream is and transforms that dream into an image where they star in a magical world they’ve imagined all their own.
Just the mention of megaphones usually bring an unsolicited ringing to our ears but these gigantic wooden ones built by students from the Estonian Academy Of Arts are definitely not the annoying kind.
To combat what was presumably plain boredom, these Ukrainian guys took out a microwave oven’s magnetron (the part that’s responsible for all the heating and “microwaving”) and kind of played around with it like it’s some kind of toy. They fiddled around with the device and lit light bulbs and vaporized metallic objects.
Forever transformed by the music of Mozart and the calming powers he’s found from it, Tyson Vick dedicated 10 years into creating masterfully developed characters in a series aptly named ‘Mozart Reimagined.’
Art can be so great because it can be a potent weapon that you can wield to get a message across. In this case, illustrator/animator Steve Cutts used his art to depict the things that are wrong in the world. He comments on the ills of society such as consumerism, capitalism, materialism, and gluttony through his illustrations. Cutts’ caricatures pretty much says, “hey, we may be going about life the wrong way–let’s rectify that.” Everyone should take the time to check out Cutts’ fine work below.
Pregnancy can cause women to have all sorts of cravings, ranging from the not-so-out-of-the-ordinary to the downright weird. Regardless, these are perfectly understandable since pregnant women have to crave and eat for two people, after all. Now, what artists Juarez Rodriguez and Vicky Jacob-Ebbinghaus did was visualize these sometimes unusual urges with a series of photographs entitled “Eating for Two.”
Faced with a placid lake and a slew of rocks underfoot, many of us feel the surge of victory upon a successful 3 or 4 skips on the water with a smooth pebble. However, don’t pat yourself on the back just yet before you see what Kurt ‘MountainMan’ Steiner’s powerful arm brings to the table.
Sometimes when you want something done right, you’ve got to do it yourself and for Liisa Luts, the responsibility of documenting a momentous occasion like her wedding is no exception.