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Daily Archives: April 15, 2016

The shadows of Teodosio Sectio Aurea

He is Greek and self-taught. Famous abroad for his works, with interviews to electronic cultural magazines and reportages on TV. Self-taught in his art, he learned to manage the shadow and light through his creations. In this world of his shadows, he creates new worlds

The other perspective of Venera Kazarova

Venera Kazarova is a Russian artist and a fashion designer who makes costumes for the theater and choreography. I met her on Instagram and I was impressed by the originality of her construction and her beautiful inspirations. She uses fabric, paper, plastic or vintage pieces

The amazing art of collage: George Bogiatzidis

His name is George Bogiatzidis, he lives in the beautiful city of Thessaloniki and he is “clipping” images. The tools of collage are simple, as a pair of scissors, a lot of pictures and lots of glue. The most important work though, as he says,

The elegant paper patterns of Maud Vantours

Maud Vantours is a French artist – designer who lives and works in France. She loves paper, colors, patterns and the three-dimensional form. Layered paper sculptures, reminding us works of Arabic style motifs but also combined with her rich imagination, are mixed together giving sometimes

The three-dimensional illustrator Irma Gruenholz

  The Spanish Irma Gruenholz considers herself an illustrator of three-dimensional forms and hence her works operate as images which she makes from clay and several other materials. This title of her artistic nature is exactly what her works show which act as three-dimensional paintings

Wire sculptures, one for each day of the year

His name is Darryl Kanouse and he has named his project “365 Wires”. Today he made his two hundred and fifteenth project and his aim is to reach 365 iron sculptures. Every day is a new design, each day Darryl from March 28 2015 until

The metalic animal kingdom of Ptolemy Elrington

Ptolemy Elrington wins you at first with his sounding name. Along the way of course you start getting happily surprised with his original metal and many more of his creations. Ptolemy studied art and design in Bradford, England, and worked on various jobs until he