Tag: art

Nov 25, 2014

Tesla Portrait Made from Sparks of Electricity

Tesla Portrait Made from Sparks of Electricity

Watch artist Phil Hansen ‘paint’ a portrait of Nikola Tesla using sparks of electricity! You can find many more interesting art projects by Phil on his website and Facebook page.

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Nov 17, 2014

Amazing Animated Flipbooks from Japan

Amazing Animated Flipbooks from Japan

British travel blogger Francesca recently spotted these amazing animated flipbooks at the Hyper Japan cultural event, which took place in London this past weekend. These little books are so neat!

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Nov 1, 2014

The Ceramic Masters of Korea

The Ceramic Masters of Korea

Icheon, South Korea has a history of ceramic culture that began over 5000 years ago and the work that comes out of the area is world-renowned. In this video we get a glimpse into the creative process of several Icehon-based ceramic masters. The artistry is a joy to watch. Together with Yeoju, Icheon is…

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Oct 28, 2014

A Tale of Momentum and Inertia

A Tale of Momentum and Inertia

Watch this brilliant 60-second, award-winning CG animated short by House Special. The short film is based on an original story by Allan Turner and Kameron Gates. Director: Kameron Gates Creative Director: Kirk Kelley Executive Producer: Lourri Hammack Producer: Zilpha Yost

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Oct 28, 2014

Painting with Fire and Smoke

Painting with Fire and Smoke

Watch artist Steve Spazuk use fire and smoke to create amazing works of art. Filmed by Patrick Peris, we go behind the scenes to explore Spazuk’s creative space and observe his artistic process. If you’re digging fire/smoke art, be sure to check out our previous post on the bottled smoke art of Jim Dingilian…

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Oct 21, 2014

How to Draw Perfect Freehand Circles

How to Draw Perfect Freehand Circles

Dave Hax demonstrates a simple technique to help you draw a near perfect freehand circle. The technique could be useful for drawing quick charts, diagrams and sketches.

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Oct 9, 2014

Artist Makes Ultra-Realistic Food Samples for Menu Item Displays in Japan

Artist Makes Ultra-Realistic Food Samples for Menu Item Displays in Japan

In Japan, some restaurants use ultra-realistic food samples to display what different menu items look like. These samples can be made from a variety of materials such as plastic and wax. In this video, watch as an artist skillfully creates a piece of shrimp tempura as well as an unbelievably realistic head of lettuce…

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