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This Artist Creates Amazing Sculptures To Symbolize Something Really Powerful

This Artist Creates Amazing Sculptures To Symbolize Something Really Powerful

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It's no secret that artwork is often symbolic of something much larger than itself. Artists have the unique ability to represent infinite ideas by creating something that's decidedly finite — something that has boundaries and borders.While the finished product is often no less abstract than the idea it represents, something powerful happens when viewers are confronted with physicality in the face of a concept that often only exists in thought. This is precisely what Japanese artist Isana Yamada achieved with his latest project, Samsara. This installation is comprised of six handmade whales that represent the six Buddhist realms. Isana Yamada By creating various underwater scenes and placing them inside the bellies of these whale...
These Scribbles Look Like Nothing At First, But Watch What She Does With Them

These Scribbles Look Like Nothing At First, But Watch What She Does With Them

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It's no secret that artists tend to look at life from a different angle. After all, having an atypical worldview is conducive to creativity. Illustrator Mary Doodles came up with a fun series with some help from her friend Dante, and each piece starts with a few lines. In the video below, she tells Dante to close his eyes and scribble on a blank sheet of paper. From there, she puts on her creative thinking cap and gives these scattered marks a new lease on life. This is what Mary Doodles had to work with when Dante was done. YouTube / Mary Doodles And this is the finished product. Pretty incredible, right? YouTube / Mary Doodles To see how she created this masterpiece, check out the vide...
What They’re Doing With 3-D Printers Will Change The Way Blind People Experience Art

What They’re Doing With 3-D Printers Will Change The Way Blind People Experience Art

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Millions of people from around the world flock to the finest art museums every year to experience the most incredible pieces that have ever been created. It's hard to stand unmoved in front of the works of Michelangelo, Dürer, Da Vinci, and Cassatt. It's hard to deny how seeing a piece like the Mona Lisa in person makes you feel.But people with visual impairments rarely get to partake in these experiences. They never get to analyze Monet's signature brush strokes, stare into the vast beauty of the Sistine Chapel's renowned ceiling, or count the swirling stars in Van Gogh's most famous nighttime scene. It's a reality that's as heartbreaking as it is ignored. But one team of artists and digital designers aims to solve that problem with a project called Unseen Art. ...