Imagine Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper masterpiece, without Jesus and his disciples. Or Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus without Venus and her iconic cheer squad. Spanish artist José Manuel Ballester has given his favourite masterpieces a bit of an update by taking away their iconic characters, leaving an eerie scene in their wake. If you’re […]
Art gets reinvented all the time. That stuff never gets old. We are just chuckling at these modern-age interpretations of Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Vitruvian Man or depiction of the perfect Renaissance man. Grilling, as you can see, is a very important skill for the Renaissance man of today.
Michael Bosanko stumbled across his hidden talent of creating ‘light graffiti’ back in 2004 by complete accident. While trying to photograph the moon one night in Greece, he set his camera exposure a little too long and found it produced strange patterns of light streaks.
Some people just have too much time! This somewhat liberal version of the iconic (ironic?) Da Vinci masterpiece was made from 3,604 coffee cups – all with varying levels of milk to affect the shading — and was displayed in Sydney as part of last year’s Aroma Festival.