In 2012, artist Isobelle Ouzman found a box containing old hardbound novels lying beside a dumpster in an alley in Seattle. Rather than ignoring what seems to be a trash for others, Ouzman took interest and decided to bring home the old books and turn it into something awesome.
Using an x-acto knife, Micron pens, watercolors, and glue, Ouzman transformed the old books into magical 3D art that will certainly leave you in awe.
In her website, Ouzman explained that she wanted to give life to the old books.
She wrote: “I love books very much and would never carve into one that was valuable. I just want to give them a new life and a second chance to mean something again”
Three years after she started the project, Isobelle is still altering books that come from thrift stores, recycling bins, or someone who’s willing to donate one.
She hopes to create just a little bit of magic in every page that she makes.
Source: Bored Panda
Artist Turns People’s Darkest Fears Into Comics
What’s your darkest fear?
Every one of us have at least one irrational fear that we find too embarrassing and ridiculous to share with anyone else. We're not talking about normal phobias such as fear of heights or spiders. What I mean is the really scary, gruesome ones that doesn't make sense even to yourself.
Maybe this is the reason why it's amusing to see other people's fear portrayed in these witty comics by Fran Krause, the illustrator behind Deep Dark Fears. The project, which begins with Krause's own phobias, now contains hundreds of illustrations about the craziest and darkest fears that readers sent him. If you're brave enough, you can submit one yourself!
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Soo Min Kim, a Korean artist, takes old Starbucks cups and, with the help of paint and markers, turns them into awesome pieces of art.
Starbucks may not be the best coffee in the world but they are definitely the most popular brand world wide. But it's not only about the coffee, it's the iconic Starbucks cup itself that many people love and it always inspires some artistic individuals to create pieces of art using the brand's packaging items.
Soo Min Kim, a Korean artist, takes old Starbucks cups and, with the help of paint and markers, turns them into awesome pieces of art. His work is amazing, and will make you think twice about throwing out your next Starbucks coffee cup.
1.) True Starbucks love.
Thai Shop Creates Amazing Movie-Inspired Sculptures Using Metal Scraps
Their scrap sculptures and probably the best I’ve seen on the internet.
Scrap metal art is not new. You probably have seen quite a lot of them recently making rounds in the internet. It's a great way to recycle scrap metals by transforming them into a piece of art that everyone will stare at with amazement. The thing about metal art is that, anyone can create one, but it will take real talent to create something very impressive. Such as the one created by BanHunLek a shop from Thailand, popularly known for its custom sculptures made out of used car parts and metal scraps.
Most of the metal arts I've seen are Transformers, Terminators, and typical steampunks. BanHunLek's creation are fantastic and probably the best I've ever seen on the internet. The details are really impressive. These metal wizards create movie inspired characters such as The Hulk, Robocop, Ironman, Minions, and Transformers.
If you're not easily impressed with metal arts. Wait till you see BanHunLek's creation for the famous character The Incredible Hulk. Wow!
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