Can’t afford one of those fancy, expensive SLR cameras? Then why not make one out of cardboard? American artist Kiel Johnson did just that, and his final creations look amazing. Johnson used his background as a painter and sculptor to take simple cardboard pieces and turn them into something extraordinary.
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.
If you’re like me, you’ve fantasized about making a giant, fat monkey out of flip flops several times in your life. Well, some students in Sao Paulo did just that.
Red Bull, the most popular energy drink in the history of civilization, has now been used to create stunning sculptures. A Red Bull Art Exhibition was held in which you could turn in empty Red Bull cans, and, after a few days, those cans would transform into some kind of figure.
What do you get when you combine deep-sea diving and sculptures? Answer: an enormous underwater museum. Sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor has turned a part of the National Marine Park of Cancun in Mexico into a beautiful sea attraction. His creation is said to be the largest underwater sculpture museum in the world with about 400 cement sculptures.