Let’s be honest. If you’re photographing dust as ‘art’, you’ve probably tried it all. And if your dust art should become popular, you know you’ve found your quirky niche. So, hello Klaus Pichler, dust art extraordinaire! How dust art came to be is pretty simple: Pichler moved apartments in Vienna and noticed the dust bunnies were different colours. So he began a ‘years-long photographic inquiry’ into dust. He even compiled so many photographs of dust he released a book, aptly titled Dust.
This artist uses socks and paint to create masterpieces that feature in art galleries around the world
Using socks to keep your feet warm is so 2014. In 2015, we use socks to create art that everyone raves about. Artist Aaron Johnson has created quite the niche for himself with his famous sock art (yep, he’s famous for it). Johnson has such a huge following on social media that his followers donate […]
Chinese artist Han Ziaoming has found a very unique way of creating his fine art. Instead of a brush, this creative guy uses his tongue to paint! But fear not-he doesn’t use acrylic or oil paints on his canvases, but rather sweetened food dye.
Artists Lewis G. Burton and Victor Ivanov have created the most bizarre (and sickening) ‘art project’ in the history of art projects: the Gimp Suit. It’s a suit made entirely out of chicken skin, with a little bit of thread added in to keep it all stuck together. You’re probably wondering why anyone would ever make such a thing, but this artistic duo claims it’s to ‘examine the relationship between identity and its commodification through social medias’.
Looking at Tonya Corkey’s art you might be mistaken for thinking these are just ordinary canvases with a bit of paint splattered onto them. But look closely and you’ll realize that Corkey has developed a very peculiar way of making her portraits. She uses dryer lint. Her latest project is called ‘See You in the […]
Art is subjective. But you’ve really got to wonder what some people see in some ‘masterpieces’. Writer Emily Green put together a list of ‘bafflingly weird works of art that actually sold’ to show us just how awful some contemporary art is, and just how much money some art collectors are willing to pay for […]
If sculptures of chubby babies making weird faces give you the creeps (it’s a thing), look away now, and hope this art doesn’t appear in your nightmares. These glossy porcelain sculptures are created by Hong Kong artist Johnson Tsang, and he refers to these pieces as ‘his babies’. Since 1993, Tsang’s work has been exhibited […]
Ward Shelley and Alex Schweder are doing some rather interesting performance art this year. For ten days they’re living on a 25-foot giant hamster wheel in Brooklyn. And there’s no getting off, either!
Back in 2012 we showed you Dimiti Tsykalov’s fruit skulls. Pretty cool, right? Well, have we got a treat for you! This Russian-born artist’s other series doesn’t use fruit at all. It uses meat, fresh meat. To create these images, Tsykalov had to work throughout the night, using more than 150kg of fresh meat. He […]
If it’s dinner time where you are, look away now! Don’t say we didn’t warn you! This creative fleshy intestine tents are made by Swiss artist Andra Hasler and are on display at the Corn Exchange Newbury & New Greenham Arts in Berkshire. The work is supposed to creatively explore the ‘consequences of a nuclear […]
Photographer Ben Greener has created detailed and intricate anatomical sculptures using only items such as wood and canvas, which was dyed in coffee and tea. His series My Feet, which is about, uhhm feet, won the Threadneedle Prize for Painting and Sculpture back in 2012. The UK-based artist says his skillset and attention to details […]
In the world of art, anything can be a medium. Including a pair of boobs. Marcey Hawk, also known as the ‘boob artist’, uses her 30D bosoms to create abstract art that has attracted high-profile clients like Rob Dyrdek, Russell Brand , and to no one’s surprise, Hugh Hefner. Inspired by witnessing a performance artist […]
How about this for art and controversy: a viral video (which already hit 18 million views) is spreading about an artist who pours molten hot aluminum down an anthill, filling the passageways and chambers. He then waits for the liquid to cool and solidify, then extracts it and cleans the excess dirt. The result is an amazing look at what the underground world of ants look like.
Artists have forever experimented with new mediums when creating art, but I think this one takes the cake. Placenta art prints are a thing, people. As reported by TIME, parents can now own a memento from their child’s birth and get that good-looking placenta down to work. And there’s a service that guides you through […]
Honestly, as cute as the idea is, I find this taxidermy piece kind of disturbing. I mean, it’s great if you really love My Little Pony. But just think about it: why do you have just the head of a pony on your wall? Did someone kill the poor thing? Oh, the strange things you […]