Abstractly living ceramics by Johnson Cheung-shing, a Honk Kong-based artist known as Johnson Tsang, are vividly present to our eye, which combine traditional crockery like cups, bowls and plates together with vivid parts of human faces and dynamic watery splashes to create impressive visual effect.
Amazingly photo realistic human sculptures
Amazingly intricate paper art
Peace Day and The Fallen Project - Temporary art installation of 9000 figures hand-Drawn in the sand...
Incredibly hyper-realism oil paintings by Teresa Elliott
Impressive photo-realistic drawings focusing on climate change
Amazing ceramic sculptures by Christopher David White look alike woods
Delicate porcelain sculptures by Kate McDowell
A translucent pavilion of architectural elements built from wire mesh
Delicate ceramic blooms and succulents
How artists transform those boring urban buildings into beautiful pieces of art
Sculptural picture frames perfectly fusing with tree roots and branches
Melted glass vases contrast sharply with geometric stone platforms
Adorable animal Illustrations
Violent events happening to porcelain vases
Fluffy cat illustrations crafted with just ink