This ridiculously cool mosaic of Jimi Hendrix was made out of 5,000 guitar picks by artist Ed Chapman. The portrait was auctioned off for £23,000 at Abbey Road Studios in London as part of Cancer Research’s Sound & Vision fundraiser.
If someone showed you these pictures, would you believe they weren't photos? Well, they're not. They are ultra realistic paintings by New York based street artist Dan Witz. If you like them enough, you can go buy the prints. The amount of detail and realism that goes into each and every person is truly extraordinary.
If you ever get discouraged with your work and need some motivation, recall the paintings of Huang Guofu. Huang lost his arms in electrical accident at the age of four, but never became discouraged. Instead, he pursued his dreams by painting with his feet. At the age of 18, Huang's father became ill, so he traveled China and sold his painting to help pay for his father's treatments.
He became so good at painting that he was awarded the role of vice-curator at the Chongqing Talents Museum and has encouraged other mouth and foot painters to join the museum.
Shadow Chen aka Saltyshadow is a wonderful illustrator out of Ningbo, China. Her work incorporates liquid forms and bright colors. Each work draws you in and transports you to another world.
First we saw miniature food sculptures, then we saw landscapes made out of food, and now, we bring to you knitted food. Ed Bing Lee has clearly mastered the art of knitting amazing food items. Everything from a hamburger, to a pumpkin pie, to an ice cream sundae. Don't forget to check out some more of his great work on Fubiz.
Have you ever had the urge to relive childhood and color a coloring book? Tarik Mikou has taken that idea and has given it the grown up treatment with this series "Be a Kid Again". Tarik takes black and white photos of iconic celebrities and colors them to his liking, giving us this fun and interesting series.
Wow! That's all there is to say about Ryan McNaught's Lego Colosseum. The Certified Lego builder created this magnificent model out of 200,000 Lego bricks. Half is in its present day ruined form and the other half is the way it would have looked as originally built. It was made for the University of Sydney and is currently on view at the Nicholson Museum in Melbourne, Australia.