San Francisco artist Sarah Applebaum's installations and sculptures, made from afghans, vintage blankets, felt, and yarn, are so colorfully explosive and psychedelically brilliant.
Chinese artist Liu Bolin camouflages himself into any surroundings with paint. It can take him up to 10 hours for a single shot. WOW!
Swedish artist Johan Thörnqvist adds the most detailed city and character illustrations on top of ordinary photographs. The results are incredibly magical and imaginative, leaving me wanting to explore or even visit these miniature worlds . . .
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Sometimes it just feels so good to whip your hair back and forth . . . .
Artist Brian Dettmer alters pre-existing books one page at a time using knives, tweezers and surgical tools. He begins by sealing the books edges, creating an enclosed vessel full of unearthed potential.
Self-taught German photographer Matthias Heiderich's photos of Berlin are so appealing. I can't stop staring at the colors and lines. Beautiful!!
Chilean artist Livia Marin's series "Broken Things" showcases porcelain cups and bowls, cracked and distorted.