If you have any doubt that masks can be a work of art, then these creations of artist Landon Meier will definitely change your mind. But these are not your ordinary masks…
These are giant baby heads and they are designed to freak people out!
Meier first became popular with the hyper-realistic masks he made out of the likeness of Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Bernie Sanders.
These were actually creepy enough.
Still, they pale in comparison to the baby heads he made.
Using his incredible skill and technique, he made these masks means that can make you laugh or scared, depending on your tolerance for weirdness.
A “family” wore these masks out in public and the passerbys reaction was just hilarious.
Watch the video here and see how it went:
You want something weirder?
Now here’s a Grandma pushing a “baby” and spending a day at the park.
Here’s something really cool:
Actor Bryan Cranston wore Meier’s Walter White mask at the 2013 Comic Con.
Needless to say, we’re both impressed and freaked out by Meier’s creations. Kudos to you, sir, for your awesome lifelike masks!
Photographer Dad Digitally Puts His Son Into Cool, Surreal Scenarios
So impressed with this guy’s photo-manipulation skills!
Adrian Sommeling is one awesome guy! This dad from Netherlands is a multi-talented man who works as a photographer, digital artist, graphic designer and web developer. He’s been working in the advertising industry from 1990 and his current project may be his most personal so far.
In photos that have since gone viral online, we see Adrian’s superb photo-manipulation skills in full display. The images feature his son in various jaw-dropping scenarios.
In his official website, Adrian tells us:
15 Clever Brand Logos With Hidden Words And Symbols
I gotta say these are interesting. I never noticed #5 and #11 before!
Logos play a crucial role in marketing a business. It serves as a company's graphical representation and so, when done right, it draws people to the services or products offered by the brand. It becomes an icon - a memorable visual symbol of a company.
Sometimes though, designers get a little sneaky and try to throw in certain words and symbols to give greater meaning to company logos. Most of us may not notice this but it is intentionally and artistically done, with consent from the company for the most part.
Suffice it to say that they're actually pretty fascinating. Check out the photos below and see for yourself:
Amazing Artist ‘Paints’ His Masterpieces Using Ordinary Packing Tapes
Yes, you read that right! This impressive artist creates his awesome stuff using layers of brown packing tapes.
Artist Max Zorn has an interesting choice of medium for creating his masterpieces – packing tapes. As ridiculously unbelievable that may sound, Zorn indeed uses the unusual medium and he has produced a lot of great stuff from it.
The Dutch artist has been active in street art and urban art since May 2011 and has developed the unique technique of crafting stunning visuals using several layers of brown tapes on acrylic glass.
It all began when he had the initial idea of sticking translucent tape art on regular street lamps. Soon thereafter, he has become a pioneer of the style, gaining online popularity and then being invited to showcase his works in art fairs and exhibitions across the world.
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