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.
Sculptor turns a single oak stump into a comfortable chair
Floral hair ornaments handcrafted by Japanese artist Sakae
Larger-than-life photorealistic charcoal drawings of women
Unique artworks made from toilet paper
Animal sculptures by Beth Cavener that depict the extremes of human nature
Elegant and innovative paper art
Campaign against destructive fishing
Delicate anatomical sculptures by Canadian sculptor Maskull Lasserre
Colored pencil art - Hyper-realistic eyes by 19-year-old artist
An unusually interactive installation that invites visitors to feel on 100,000 miniature porcelain s...
Food art by Anna Keville Joyce
Animals sculptures created out of shattered glass
Idyllic landscape paintings on wood slices remind people to protect nature
Beautiful paper sculptures
Beautiful land art – Not created by aliens