Steve Cutts’ work represents the brutal truth about our society and daily life, smart phone appliances making a lord of human, people working as a rat race, money making a person more greedy, and so on. Steve Cutts is an illustrator and animator keen for new projects and collaborations and once worked at creative agency Glueisobar where he focused on digital projects for several years. 2012, Steve Cutts left Glueisobar, now he’s a freelance in London working with production houses and agencies globally.
Glass insects and plants highlight the beauty of these tiny creatures
Distinctive sand sculptures by Carl Jara
Art installations made of unbraided ropes look like fractals and neurons network
Surreal thread art installation by Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota
Adorable and beautiful food art for children
Curious ceramic tableware by Israeli ceramicist Ronit Baranga
Realistic food and desserts made from soap
Paintings of optical illusions created by Canadian artist Rob Gonsalves
Huge dragon sculpture made out of driftwood
Eye-catching contemporary art created out of toys, jewelry, buttons, beads, etc.
Detailed Pet Portraits Painted On Feathers
Alien-like light paintings by Finnish artist Hannu Huhtamo
Humorous and creative flies art
Delicate anatomical sculptures by Canadian sculptor Maskull Lasserre
Abstract audiovisual installation for the Festival Insanitus 2013 Kaunas, Lithuania