New York City based visual artist Vik Muniz specializes in remaking famous artworks with materials other than paint, and then photographing them. Vik Muniz most famous for his Pictures of Chocolate and Pictures of Junk series where he used chocolate and recycled garbage to recreate images of the Mona Lisa, Elizabeth, Che Guevarra and much more. [via wowcollector]
Decluttering your junk mails, old papers, calendars, any recyclable material has never been this fun. Sandhi Schimmel Gold is creating some amazing and vibrant mosaic portraits. Adorable portraits made by hand. Get inspired, check these photos out. From Sandhi Schimmel Gold’s website.
Toilet paper roll art, get creative as you please… [via thedesigninspiration]
At first glance I thought, these were sketches of trees. True, except the trees are the ones drawing. That’s something you don’t see everyday. Wonder how a tree draws? [via timknowles.co.uk]
Motoi Yamamoto uses salt to create intricate, deeply personal floor sculptures. He calls it labyrinth. The story behind Yamamoto’s salt sculptures is sweet and sad. His sister died of brain cancer more than a decade ago. To honor her memory, he began sketching with salt — in Japan, a traditional symbol for purification and mourning. The meandering patterns are meant to convey a sense of eternity. Photos by Motoi Yamamoto; [...]