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Heather Jansch makes driftwood becomes life-sized sculptures of horses

That’s Green Art!… Using driftwood to create real size animals like Horses or Deers… The British  artist Heather Jansch is doing a very interesitng work: She takes the wood she find on the beach to create wood sculptures of animals… That’s a recycling 🙂


More about her work.



The Romantic Gothic of Anne-Julie Aubry

Maybe “Romantic Gothic” is invented, but I find that those words do match pretty well with the illustrations of the French artist Anne-Julie Aubry. Melancolia, Sadness, Tales, Princess, flowers, White & darkness, Dream… All of this is a strange mix… but it’s a very eyes catching work…! Look:

More about Anne-Julie Aubrey on deviantart

Imaginative univers of Jacek Yerka

I’ve always like people who push the limit to new territories. Yacek Yerka is one of them. He is considered as a Surealist painter. For me, he is more simply a talented imaginative painter. He creates crasy landscapes/views with multi dimentions, proportions & perspectives… that push your logic to a different level. As he is painting a lot of details… you almost think that what he is creating exist! Have a look and take your time to observe every cm2.

More about Jacek Yerka

Liu Bolin 刘勃麟 the Chameleon Man

Simple idea but interesting work. This Chinese Artist paints himself to match the back ground of simple place. This is the technic of the chameleon, the lizard that changes the color of his skin to hide himself from predators. People call him the”Invisible Man” but the “Chameleon Man” should be more appropriate… Try to find him in each of the following examples.

Here’s a movie to show you how he does his work in China. The second movie was done in Houston. Liu Bolin’s website and more about him

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