It’s Guaranteed that You’ve Never Heard Music Like This Before

By Anne Cacherell There’s beauty in everything, but one can only see it with an open mind and heart. However, there are some things in this life that would need extra work and effort to turn into something really wonderful. Mexican artist Pedro Reyes believes in the same principle. For him, the purpose of art…

This Monumental Installation Symbolizes Boston’s History & Progress

By Anne Cacherell Blending into the sky within the day and coming to life at night, this ethereal sculpture by internationally renowned local artist Janet Echelman titled “As If It Were Already Here” has transformed Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy into a huge museum. Created for the city’s public art program, this monumental installation serves…

This Visual Artist Brings the Heavens Down to the Streets

By Anne Cacherell Aside from dealing with life’s happy and crappy times, our emotions are also affected by how we interpret and react to our surroundings. With this idea, French-born and now Brooklyn-based artist Benjamin Lozninger aims to bring out smiles through his C/Loud Project. By covering the walls of the city buildings and billboards…

This Artist Can Carve Anything From Any Home Item!

By Richard K. Noots Maskull is a bit of … A unique artist. As you can tell from the title photo, he has a flair for design. Oh, and a flair for what seems to be a bit macabre. Luckily, he has the skills to back up doing whatever he wants. This is why he’s been reimagining household items…

This is What the First Steps on Mars Would Look Like

By Richard K. Noots Julien Mauve is an man with a one-track mind. He can’t stop dreaming about life on Mars! Luckily, he’s an aspiring artist with a fantastic imagination, so perhaps we can see what he sees, even if only for a moment. Here, he has presented his Man on Mars idea, and check out his location! I don’t…

Are You Ready to Meet the Two-Face of the Art World?

By Richard K. Noots Ukrainian artist Pavel Vetrov is creating something new. Ever notice how boring hotel rooms are? I mean, sure, they’re nice and cozy … But They’re always lacking a little something. Pavel has decided that something is asymmetry. Going for a half modern-chic and half chaotic poor man’s city, he has created this prototype model. So, be sure to tell…

This Artist Will Bring a Little Balance to Your Life

By Richard K. Noots You came to the right place if you wanted to see what was once impossible become possible. Rocky Byun, a self-financing artist with a penchant for balance, is rearranging the world as he sees fit, one chair at a time. He can also pretty much balance anything. Yep,  look around your house. Whatever you see, Rocky could make it…

This Man is Turning Art in to His Cathedral

By Richard K. Noots Inside Revolution is the project of Yoakim Bélanger. Using a recently bought church, he plans to really ramp up his art style to an entirely new level. Covered in his amazing paintings, Yoakim also plans to make dazzling light shows, concerts and anything else related to the process of art. He’s…

Unlike Other Digital Artists Who Enhance Beauty, His Style Is to Create Facial Deformities that You’ve Never Seen Before

By Anne Cacherell Digital artist and face mangling genius Lee Griggs of Madrid, Spain created an out-of-this-world series called Deformations, in which he turns facial disfigurations into a bizarre work of art. Fascinated with Arnold, a 3D software program built for the demands of feature-length animation and visual effects, Griggs experiments with normal faces, shades…

You Won’t Believe What Jerkface Made This Art

By Richard K. Noots The Jerkface who made this art is nicknamed Jerkface, and he has something he wants to share with you. Jerkface spent 30 days dropping a new art project everyday. I mean, sure, I could technically do that as well, but it wouldn’t be nearly as great. I mean, this guy is inspired by Bansky himself, so you know he…

This French Artist Creates His Art Using the Sky as His Canvas

By Anne Cacherell Inspired by the sky, urban architectures and big skyscrapers, French artist Thomas Lamadieu, also known as Roots Art, came up with his own illustration style. It all started in 2010 when he was walking around the city of Avignon, France. When he looked up the sky, he saw some electric wires and…

It All Started as a Personal Hobby Before It Became an International Success

By Anne Cacherell Philippine-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes considers doodling as a personal hobby that turn into his profession after his projects have been recognized by media and online communities. In 2013, this 24-year old graphic artist released a highly detailed coloring book called Doodle Invasion. Filled with 50 incredible and extremely detailed images that all…

His Works Will Leave You Wondering If There Really Is an Alternate Universe

By Anne Cacherell With his absurd imagination, Spanish artist and photographer Fran Carneros Rodriguez shoots bizarre self-portraits and creats an alternate world. This strange digital media series is called “Surreal Experiences.”.Each photograph expresses peculiar ideas and thoughts and leaves something to the audiences’ creative thinking. In his fervent hope to continue growing as an artist,…

This Unconventional Artist Can Turn Almost Anything Into a Musical Instrument

By Anne Cacherell Toronto based new media artist, Andrew Huang has released numerous viral hits with different genres online. Truly a modern day musical genius, he can literally make music out of anything. In this video, Huang was able to present an out of the box musical number by creating a really impressive rhythmic composition from…