Michael Neff’s Amazing Chalk Art and Photography

An Interview with the Artist Himself

I’ve looked at your website, and at your little corner of Gawker.  Your chalk art fascinates me.  You use a temporary medium to capture a temporary state – the shadows that fall in the evening and at night.  What made you think of starting this project, and what was the first thing you decided to capture that way? [Read more...]

Prodigious Art on World Globes

Most people associate world globes with geography classes or boring teachers’ offices. We have pop culture to thank for that. In 80′s and 90′s TV shows, globes could be found lurking in the corners of many a fictitious teacher’s office–far more than actually existed in reality. But globes are no longer as boring as they used to be thanks to artist Wendy Gold. Wendy runs a company called ImagineNationsTM where she makes vintage globes of all varieties.

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Rusty scrap metal transforms into animal and bug sculptures

At first glance, you probably can’t figure out what these insect and animal sculptures are made of. Believe it or not, they’re constructed out of things you can probably find at your neighborhood flea market.

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The Four Biggest Shakespearian Jerks

Plenty of people like to write about the worst Shakespearian villains, but what people don’t realize is that a jerk does not necessarily a villain make, and vice versa.  What follows are the top Shakesperian jerks, whether they are “heroes,” “villains,” or otherwise. [Read more...]

Looking for different art? Helmut’s got it

How can you describe Helmut Smits work? A lot of people would say that it is weird but clever, and that is certainly true. He is a Dutch visual artist that has a creative mind, and that is what makes his projects different than of other artists. Here you can see some of his strange art; a blow up car, a TV shelf made out of books, a drummer set made out of cans, and more.

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