Inspired by 3D chalk drawings on street, a group of talented artists of Jamie Harkins and fellows Lucia Lupf, David Rendu and Constanza Nightingale created amazing three-dimensional sand art in the way of simple lines in the sand on beaches between the Mount and Matakana Island. So far as the motivation was concerned, “We’ve seen other people doing stuff on beaches, but it’s always been geometric, flat shapes, like a pattern, so we thought we’d get into the whole 3D thing,” the local artist Jamie Harkins told The New Zealand Herald in an interview, “And I kind of like the fact that it disappears at the end of the day when the tide comes in. It makes it impermanent.” Absolutely impressive and original, enjoy it.
Idyllic landscape paintings on wood slices remind people to protect nature
Eye-catching contemporary art created out of toys, jewelry, buttons, beads, etc.
Highly detailed hand-made metal lion sculpture created out of 4,000 pieces of hammered scrap metal
Ceramic hand sculpture that looks exactly like old wood
Fragile and tiny work of art - Miniature sculptures of pencil tip
Modern bronze sculptures by Spanish artist Isabel Miramontes
Awesome origami art by a chemistry teacher
Lifelike bamboo insects by Japanese artist Noriyuki Saitoh
Optical illusion murals by anonymous street artist
Spectacular sand drawings
Origami art works
Oil paintings showing every detail of minerals and crystals
Delicate ceramic blooms and succulents
Amazing gravity-defying stone balancing art looks like magic - Gravity is the only "Glue" to hold th...
Blurred perspective oil paintings of cityscapes by Italian artist Valerio D'Ospina