Tag Archives: Art

Victor Nune creates Art with everyday objects

Victor Nunes is a 63 year old, retired art director, from São Paulo, Brazil. He combines every-day objects with simple illustrations to turn them into pictures of faces, animals and other playful scenes. His images invite us to look at the world differently and find creative images in our surroundings. Visit his fabcebook page here to see more of his ... Read More »

3D Interactive Art Gallery Exhibit

In a breathtaking art display, visitors can take a stroll through a land of mystical monsters and ancient Chinese worlds. Over 50 works of art were displayed at the 3D gallery in Tianjin, China, and the stunned audience took home some lasting memories. It is every child’s dream to fight off a dragon or stand proudly next to a monster, ... Read More »

Optical Illusion Paintings

Rob Gonsalves (born in 1959 in Toronto, Canada) is a Canadian painter of magic realism with a unique perspective and style. He produces original works, limited edition prints and illustrations for his own books.  During his childhood, Gonsalves developed an interest in drawing from imagination using various media. By the age of twelve, his awareness of architecture grew as he ... Read More »

Shockingly Realistic Sculpture Portrays

Take a look at the Amazing Life-like Sculptures by Kazuhiro Tsuji. Kazuhiro Tsuji was born in Kyoto, Japan. He started to paint and sculpt in childhood, expressing an early enthusiasm for art, painting, photography, nature, science and technology. Experimenting in various media, he discovered portraiture was his true passion. He is primarily focused on his work as a portrait artist creating ... Read More »

Bahram Beizai Appearance in Stanford University

Prominent Iranian playwright and director Bahram Beizai will stage reading performances of his latest play “Ardaviraf’s Report” at Stanford University on January 24 and 25. The play is Beizaii’s theatrical rendition of an ancient Zoroastrian text that chronicles the journey of pious Ardaviraf to the other world where he travels through paradise, purgatory and the inferno. Ardaviraf meets many of ... Read More »

Mini Ice Sculptures A Memorial to WW1

To honor the civilians that died in brittain during World War 1, artist Néle Azevedo made a monument that only lasted for a few hours. She made 5000 small sculptures of ice and placed them on the steps of Birmingham’s Chamberlain Square. It didn’t last long but the people that came to see had a moment to reflect, think and ... Read More »

Artists slide by the law by going underground

A photo pictorial by WaPo shows how Tehran is the seat where most of Iran’s artistic community resides and hopes to one day thrive, despite the tremendous censorship restrictions regarding who can perform and under which circumstances. Navigating these restrictions has become an art form itself [Read Full Story] 6 “AV” performs its play “Melpomene” in some old underground thermal ... Read More »