With a variety of dried seeds, leaves, petals and other plant parts collected in parks, gardens, forests and meadows, talented Elżbieta Wodała, a Poland-based artist, created impressive artwork of floral “paintings.” Elżbieta Wodała glued the natural materials together with great patience and artistic sense.
Imaginative and impressive watercolor paintings
Jellyfish-like tables through glass fusion
Abstract audiovisual installation for the Festival Insanitus 2013 Kaunas, Lithuania
Haunting illustrations of swimming women
Truth about our society and life represented by Steve Cutts' illustration
Illustrator created drawings focusing on mental illness and disorders for Inktober
Keep it simple and elegant - Less is more
Resin sculptures look like exploding books frozen in time
Pen & Ink Animal Illustrations By Italian Artist Alfred Basha
Hyper-realistic sculptures from the Hyperrealist Sculpture 1973-2016 exhibition
Beautiful insects made of flowers
Wonderful wooden sculptures by Tom Eckert
Realistic wood sculptures by Tom Eckert
No one was allowed to open it until digitization - The world's oldest multicolored printed book crea...
Stunning light-painting visuals