If you’re wondering what to do with all those AOL discs you received in the 90s which you kept, this would be it. Builder Steve Twydell of Templeboy Turnings in Sligo Ireland glued together a stack of compact discs to a block of wood, then transformed the resulting piece into a unique goblet. We really enjoyed watching this drinking cup take shape as it spun on the lathe.
Self-taught artist Gunjan Aylawadi uses an intricately detailed technique of rolling paper into excessively thin strips to create magnificent tapestries resembling Americana quilts.
Tetotetote, an organization highlighting the arts and crafts of Sendai, Japan documents how Yasuo Okazaki turns solid blocks of wood into Kokeshi dolls. Kokeshi dolls or Japanese dolls are handmade wooden figurines with an enlarged head and cylindrical body said to have been made as souvenirs to sell to people visiting hot sprins in Northern Japan.
Using more than 30,000 donated flowers by The Flower Council of Holland, Rebecca Louise Law creates ‘Garden,’ her debut art installation in Germany on display at Bikini Berlin.
Canadian makeup artist Andrea Reed, who goes by Girl Grey Beauty, uses her lips to create some eye-catching artwork from Hokusai’s The Great Wave of Kaganawa to a perfectly-lined plaid pattern.
The inside of a 40 foot inflatable dome becomes the site of a massive drawing by Brazilian-born Japanese artist Oscar Oiwa as part of the 2016 Setouchi Triennale taking place across 12 islands in Japan.
Artisans in Mexico show us how they create a multi-colored glass pitcher by hand. Glass blowing is truly mesmerizing and satisfying to watch. Each piece is one-of-a-kind, but one false move and the artist has to start over from scratch.
As an ode to his skull-a-day project which brought him back to his creative calling, Noah Scalin’s latest art installation at Wichita State University in Kansas is an anamorphic skull created with newspapers.
Eisen Bernardo is at it again with some fantastic mashups that look they’re a match made in heaven. Following the success of his Mag+Art project, the Filipino artist was asked by one of his Instagram followers to combine popular album covers with classical paintings.
Here’s a peek into how most computer-generated movie scenes are shot. The greenscreen allows artists to to edit the background during post production, while the props help actors interact with a subject during takes.