A Bouquet Of Birds. Artist Hong Yi Uses Flowers Petals To Construct Birds.

Malaysian artist and architect Hong Yi (aka Red) whose wonderful portrait made of socks and coffee stain portrait for Nespresso I have already shared with you, has this sweet series of birds made of flower petals, herbs, dried leaves and twigs. Read more

The Work of Jedediah Morfit Is Flat, Fabulous and Fanfriggingtastic.

Jed Morfit Artist

Artist Jedediah (Jed) Morfit is a professor of sculpture at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. Read more

Robots Reborn. Upcycled Illuminated +Brauer Robot Sculptures.

Bruno Lefevre-Brauer, known as + Brauer, is a graphic designer living in Paris. Over the past 20 years he has designed numerous album covers for French and international artists and pursued his personal artistic expression through painting, photography and sculpture. Read more

Andrew Myers Decides To Screw Art. Portraits Made With A Drill and Philips Head Screws.

andrew myers screw portraits

It’s hard to know whether or not to call Andrew Myers’ work paintings or sculpture. A bit of both, Artist Andrew Myers uses anywhere from 8,000 – 10,000 screws (which he then hand paints) drilled into boards to create thoughtful portraits of men and women. Read more

Mark Rothko Paintings Recreated In Colored Rice by Henry Hargreaves.

As an homage to legendary modern artist Mark Rothko, Henry Hargreaves has recreated six of Rothko’s modern paintings using colored uncooked rice kernels and calling the series Mark Rice-Ko. Read more

Hole Punch Dots Make Whole Face Portraits by Artist Nikki Douthwaite.

Punch Hole Portrait Hero IIHIH

Artist and huge F1 fan Nikki Douthwaite makes mosaic portraits out of photographs, paper scraps, articles and ephemera, but her Hole Punch Dot portraits really caught my eye. Most of us just toss out those little round pieces of paper punched out from larger pieces without giving them a second thought. What we think of us trash, Nikki has turned into an art medium. Read more

‘Made In China’, A Soldier’s Portrait Created With Over 5500 Plastic Toy Soldiers.

joe black's made in china

Artist Joe Black’s Made In China was created using using more than 5,500 toy soldiers.The portrait is of a Chinese soldier boy taken by well-known photojournalist Robert Capa and appeared on the May, 1938 cover of LIFE magazine. The colored, molded plastic toy soldiers used in the project were manufactured in China, hence the title “Made in China”. Read more

750 Pairs Of Socks Make A Portrait Of Chinese Film Director Zhang Yimou.

red hong yi sock portrait

When Artist/Architect Hong Yi, who goes by the nickname “Red”, first moved to Shanghai she was fascinated by how many people still dried their clothes in the traditional manner of hanging them on bamboo poles in alleys, despite being in a sophisticated urban city. Read more