Pointillist art by Jihyun Park is an art form somewhat different with orthodox pointillism that is made by colorful dots, who uses incense stick to burn holes in rice paper to create images, art form of balance of dark and light, emptiness and substance. Jihyun Park is an artist from South Korea, whose pointillist art works represent rich images including landscapes, trees and clouds.
Wood sculptures created out of discarded tree trunks and branches
Street artist paints intimate portraits on wall of abandoned buildings that look like they're tellin...
Sweet art - Artworks made out of chocolate
Textile anatomical specimens
Exquisite eggshell art
Art installations made of unbraided ropes look like fractals and neurons network
Detailed Pet Portraits Painted On Feathers
Weird photo series - Modern Times
Imaginative ceramic sculptures
To embed layers of glass in unexpected places
Lost in the Submergence - Art installation created out of 8,064 suspended LEDs
Hand-carving wooden vessels portraying African nature
Real-life illustrations of Disney princes by Finnish artist and designer
Geometric paper creatures by Buenos Aires-based artist duo
Vintage porcelain tea set covered with hand-painted ants