Thursday, 26 November 2015

The Artist Turns People into Real Paintings without Using Paper or Canvas

Alexa Meade is a very talented traditional figure painter based in Washington DC, USA. She is inspired from professional French artist Edgar Degas artwork. This great person says that “this is not what you see but what makes seeing the other". So, Alexa Meade found a original and unique way to prove his words. She creates wonderful paintings using human body as canvas and turns them into 2D illustrations. CoolStuffDirectory invites you to enjoy the incredible artwork of Alexa Meade and don’t forget to share it with friends. .
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Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Felting Dreams by Johana Molina Stunning Pictures of Mice Mi-mi and Mouse that’ll Warm in Winter

Johana Molina is a Chilean artist who only creates surprisingly cute stuffed toys made of felt. The creativity of the Johana gives people the feeling of love, singing coziness of the family hearth, calm and measured rural life. We offer you a wonderful selection of mice and the mouse from the Felting Dreams project. I hope these stuffed animals will make your day brighten and delight you.
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Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Mindblowing Reflected Nature Landscapes Captured by Jaewoon U

Jaewoon U is a very talented photographer who lives and works in Seoul, South Korea. He has a great taste for finding wonderfully incredible landscapes, which have been reflected in mirror-like rivers and lakes.

In Jaewoon’s photography you will see harmonious compositions, beauty of the nature and all parts of the beauty. You can view full photographs on his 500px account. Now checkout below rest the of the work of Reflected Nature Landscapes of Jaewoon U and make your day awesome.
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Saturday, 21 November 2015

Travelamp Turn Your Phone Into a Night Light With This Tiny Luma Clip-On Lampshade

Luma is a small and beautiful night light lamp, which is the result of active cooperation design studio Peleg, and the Institute of HIT (Holon Institute of Technology). Everything is quite simple and ingenious. The designers did not invent a "bicycle" and just added to the light acrylic tiny lamp. Everything works incredibly simple. You get Luma, install a special app on your smartphone and, through the latter, just plug the night light. It is noteworthy that the lamp can work with any smart phones and operating systems on them. Luma is available in three colors: gray, blue and red. The cost of the gadget is only $ 9 without shipping cost.

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Friday, 20 November 2015

Incredible Watercolor Paintings by Irina Sztukowski

Irina Sztukowski  is a creative and talented Russian artist  who likes to play with oil/water paintings. She started her joureny of becoming a professional from her native country. She obtained her graduation degree from the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg. Irina has participated in many competitions and exhibitions where she got the prizes what she did in the field of art. Her excellent pieces of art can be viewed and buy fro her collections in many countries.  Unfortunately, currently she is living and working in the United States, however, still considers herself a Russian artist. Today we are offering some of the Incredible Watercolor Paintings of Irina Sztukowski.
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Saturday, 14 November 2015

Provocative Sculptures Made of Ceramics by Charles Krafft

Provocative Sculptures Made of Ceramics by Charles Krafft

Charles Krafft is a contemporary artist from Seattle who works with a very creative technique. Charles did not just use Delft style that uses in china, and also common in the Netherlands in the 16th century. He works in that style but applies it in a rather provocative articles. His ceramic sculptures are a weapon of political figures in an unusual light decoration for any items. See what offers an American artist to us. Whether you like this approach of art?
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Friday, 13 November 2015

A Unique And Majestic Appearance of  Tsunami Clouds in Sydney

Recently in Australia there was a very unique natural phenomenon, a storm cloud that looks like a tsunami, covered the coast of Sydney. Meteorologists immediately notified local residents about bad weather and possible squalls and flooding. However, a harbinger of a cold front is not scared of Australians. They captured these wonderful clouds scenes perfectly.

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