From realistic portraits of iconic stars to impressive abstractions, British artist Benjamin Shine used tulle, a rather unexpected sort of material, to create eye-catching artworks called “painting with fabric”. Artfully folding and ironing the translucent tulle fabric to generate various gradients, rich texture and depth, the artist finally created these realistic portraits based on multiple layers and shades.
Wire Sculptures representing the curves of human body
Every leaf traps CO2 - Creative leaf art
Idyllic landscape paintings on wood slices remind people to protect nature
Stylish shelf transformed from a fallen tree branch
Fantastic fairies made out of stainless steel wires
Large scale snow drawings by Simon Beck
Pyrotechnic artwork titled Sky Ladder created out of fireworks
Massive site-specific geometric drawings tramped in snow and sand
Stunning food sculptures with geometric patterns
3D sculptures made out of PVC pipes
Creative 3D pencil drawings by Ben Heine
An unusually interactive installation that invites visitors to feel on 100,000 miniature porcelain s...
Intentionally upside-down street art that people appreciate it in reflection on the surface
Unique painting art process by splashing ink onto the solid surface
Sculptural picture frames perfectly fusing with tree roots and branches