Ceramic Animals by Charlotte Mary Pack – Raising Awareness about Endangered Species

Edgar Degas once said: "Art is not what you see, but what you make others see." And I couldn't agree more. Much as Charlotte Mary Pack, young British artist, that creates unique Ceramic Animals using IUCN Red List of endanger species to raise some awareness about this issue. She was growing up on a farm and travelling through Southern and Eastern Africa. Therefore, ...

Captivating Flora created from Recycled Materials- Kasasagi Paper Art

Nature has been our greatest inspiration for thousands of years when it comes to art. From the cave paintings up until the amazing creations of modern time our greatest ideas usually came from observing our surroundings. Kate Kato, A.K.A. Kasasagi Paper Art is a great example of this. The balans between realism and personal expressionism she creates ...

Fragile Vegetation enveloped in Crystals – Botanical Sculpture by Alyson Mowat

This alluring flower you are romanticly gazing at right now with a mysteryous smile on your face is not a fantasy. Although it may seem like that at a first glance. It is real plant encrusted with stabilised crystals. But these flowers were not picked at some alien back garden. These dazzling art pieces you are about ...

Recycling into Art – Profound Art Pieces dedicated to Ecology by Venera Kazarova

Polution is  becoming unavoidable issue nowadays. More and more people are now raising awareness about its devastating consequences. Recycling is a great part of the solution. But who can do a better job at at promoting this message than the artists? As a great man (Terence McKenna) once said: "The artist’s task is to save the ...

Paper sculptures that will take you to another dimension!

Paper sculptures you see before you are beautiful creations made by Harikrishnan Panicker and Deepti Nair. Some of you guys know them by the name Hari & Deepti. This collection is called “Oh, the Places You Will Go!”. And, boy, will this art take you places! These magical pieces are inspired by areas such as ...