Rogan Brown visualize bionic life in minuscule details

making multiple visual references with cell structure: micros pathogens, vegetate forms:  coral, fossils, insects, and shells. The various minuscule body organs and orifices are  geological, and topographical maps cut away models with light laser, Magical Circle Variations merge  sources of inspiration with a pastel color scheme that can also be found in a coral habitat.

visual crafts which find a bridge between the imagination and observational space ;  mimicking the breathtaking detail and complexity that exists at every level of scale in nature and filtering it through the eccentricity of the individual imagination, and reflected in the excessive detail which characterizes which overwhelms the eye by its sheer scale and volume.

inspired by Rogan brown,  The recurrent theme in this project is the limitations of science when confronted by the vast scale and complexity of nature, science’s goal of containing and defining nature is constantly subverted and fractured by the sheer volume and variety of data that needs to be observed, analysed and classified.

. “What the reef and the microbiome have in common is that they both consist of biodiverse colonies of organisms that coexist more or less harmoniously, Brown explains.  Done with paper materials as it embodies the paradoxical qualities that we see in nature: its fragility and durability, its strength and delicacy; there is a pleasing poetic symmetry in taking this material that was cut from the forest and by cutting and transforming it once again returning it to its origins.

“The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way. Some see Nature all ridicule and deformity…and some scarce see Nature at all. But to the eyes of a man of Imagination, Nature is Imagination itself.” William Blake


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are further parallels between coral and human beings in that we are both symbiont organisms, that is we depend on a mutually beneficial relationship with another species: coral only receive their beautiful colors from varieties of algae that live on them and human beings can only exist thanks to the unimaginably huge and diverse number of bacteria that live in and on them.”

Artist show how to creating Fine-art with Arabic numbers and few lines.

Sumera Saleemis is  an artist, and a teacher by profession whose aim is to teach drawing in the most painless steps possible whilst still achieving the same creative beauty. The main theme of her recent work is a series of paintings called the beauty of nature. It chronicles how she does simple drawings with Arabic numerals and 3 0r 2 easy to follow steps. Citing her Facebook page

” I always enjoy the beauty of nature .I am always reminded of the greatness of Allah. I absolutely love the simple beautiful things and enjoys the sunsets because it is when humility, love, gratefulness and hope are easily understood and felt. 🙂 Whatever i see and feel I try to put it into the canvas and share my thoughts.

She hope to teach people that painting can be simple and fun too. Below are some of her  works but a fully collection is on her page where she has over 130k likes.

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Super realist Paper Folding (Origami that will blow your mind away )

HOANG TIEN QUYET was born in Vinh Phuc, Vietnam , and has been folding paper since she was a small kid. Citing his website:
At the time I was amazed at how a flat sheet of paper could transform into beautiful 3D animals and objects, and it was also a joy of a kid who could make his own toys.

He went on to join the  Vietnam Origami Group forum where, with help of friends who shared similar same passion for origami, was inspired to create her own models. Her style is  distinguish and somewhat unique , and  displays exquisite  curves and seamed out edges in most of his models.                He has won many awards; namely Special guest of Ultimate origami convention 2015, in Lyon, FRANCE . Special guest of OrigamiUSA convention 2015, in New York, down NY, USA and co-authored a few books on the art of paper folding (“50 hours Origami +”, and “VOG2 – origami.vn”, both published by Nicolas Terry).

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Cats pouncing and humor Photography

Hey there, do you like pouncing Cats , and photography ?  if the answer is yes , then we have have got the perfect mix to make your day.

 Seth Casteel , the artist and author whose previous works include  underwater puppies and underwater babies, is back with photographed felines, and this time they ‘pounce’.

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His book of animal portraits features more than 80 previously unpublished photographs of cats and kittens captured as they leap, and jump , mid-action style. The photographer collaborated with animal shelters and warefare groups across the US and Canada, to help homeless cats.

Every single featured kitten is available for adoption, or had been already rescued, at the time he snapped the pictures. His brilliant shots form a humorous and heartwarming series of images for the cat-obsessed and pet obsessed at heart. Please visit his site for more.

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Creative Art from Drift wood : Debra Bernier

Sculpture artist Debra Bernier creates stunning sculptures from driftwood in the forests of Victoria, Canada. Her arts are almost life like and, represent the spirit of the forest. Scroll down below for some of her works and be sure to visit her site for more great drift work art.

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Paper Lanterns for Design geeks: Origami

Animal paper-lamps are the products of  OWL  design outfit, a design brand created in 2016 in Lisbon, Portugal.Inspired by the origami art of folding paper figures, OWL combined modelling with illumination to design original papercraft lamps.

The lamps are built to catch the eyes, and to stand out in a room; whether lit or turned off. Citing the producers:

“We invite you to join the process and build your own model, as all OWL paperlamps consist of a DIY kit with everything you need to assemble our designs. We prepare the challenge, you accomplish it. We hope you enjoy our OWL paperlamps as much as we do. If you have any difficulty, you can always contact us and we’ll try to give you our best support.”

We ordered some of them, a great addition to the reading room or the pantry (room).  Check out some of OWL’s designs below.

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Artistic rendition of bizarre creatures with brush piants

This 28 year old German artist  does beautiful paint brush work  of impressive artworks.  He paints scenarios, vampires, wolves and warring female angels.

Johannes Voss is quite gifted with the brush ,as his paintings are quite graphic and almost authentic in nature.

Checkout his works below for some of his works

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Re-imagining our daily lives in a miniaturist way

Not every day we get to see ourselves from a different perspective, nor our activities in a miniaturist form. UK based  artist  Slinkachu has taken upon himself to help with that small matter. His design outfit make small people and place them in unique locations.

“The scenes I set up, more evident through the photography and the titles I give these scenes, aim to reflect the loneliness and melancholy of living in a big city, almost being lost and overwhelmed. But underneath this, there is always some humour. I want people to be able to empathize with the tiny people in my works.”

He started the ‘Little People Project’ in 2006. A miniture art practise which  remodels and paints miniature model train set characters, then sited, and photograph then leave on the street.

It is both a street art installation project and a photography project. The street-based side of the work plays with the notion of surprise and he aims to encourage city-dwellers to be more aware of their surroundings.

He shares his art on his Facebook page which has over 91k likes ad growing. Be sure to check him out.

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