Oct 25 2011
Tim Noble and Sue Webster take ordinary things including rubbish, and use it to create art. Usually they focus on creating projection images of self portraits. This particular pile of garbage took 6 months for them to collect, if you look at the shadow in the background it creates is two people sitting back to back drinking and smoking.
Oct 13 2011
A quote by Pablo Picasso, a Spanish painter, draughtsman, and sculptor who lived most of his life in France.
Sep 30 2011
They can also be used to create masterpieces like the ones sculptor by the name of Al Farrow has created. Take a look at what a creative mind can do with a few firearms and ammunition. It will blow you away!
Sep 26 2011
This piece of furniture comes with a lot of history and character. It was created using a U.S. Army Boeing Stearman PT-13 aircraft engine. It features a nice glass top to expose the true beauty of the beast that lies beneath it. A truly stunning piece of furniture!
Sep 23 2011
Enjoy this amazing collection of the best macro photography from around the world. Make sure to check out the links in the copyrighted parts of photos for more info, as some of them can be ordered as large prints for your home or office!
Sep 14 2011
Before he waged war on the world, Adolf Hitler was an upcoming (and unsuccessful) artist. He was rejected twice by the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (1907-1908), because of his "unfitness for painting". These are just some of his paintings he did before becoming the supreme ruler of the Reich.
Sep 10 2011
These masterpieces are carved by a man who lives in Republic of Karelia, Russia. They are all on display in his private museum and are true works of art! Have a look at this mega collection of images.
Sep 4 2011
You would probably never guess, but all of these tiny weapons are made out of paper clips. Brett made all of these weapons, and his friend Dan4th Nicholas shot them. Check this awesome collection out.
Aug 30 2011
Very refreshing to see art being made from new materials and experimenting with new techniques. "I liked the country, painting and constructing things from what lay around." - says Heather Jansch, the creator of these interesting sculptures.
Aug 27 2011
Dalton Ghetti is a 49-year old carpenter from Bridgeport, Connecticut, and he has been carving the most incredible miniature sculptures for over 25 years without the aid of a magnifying glass. For a canvas, he uses the lead found inside of standard manual pencils. Unbelievable.