Another kirie artist is here to awe and inspire.
From a bag of potato chips to Doc’s DeLorean, there’s nothing she can’t make!
Even the wipers on the bus go swish, swish, swish, all through the town!
From well-known anime characters to traditional Japanese imagery, this artist creates an astonishing amount of detail with card and a paper cutter.
A little bit more advanced than your average paper crane…
These intricately designed, hand-made creations look like they’d be right at home in a Studio Ghibli production or fantasy game.
You don’t make art with these pencils; the pencils are art!
Artwork takes many forms, from charcoal drawings to oil paintings, clay sculptures to wood carvings. All these types of mediums are durable in a sense, able to last many years if properly cared for. But what would you think of an artist who, after spending weeks on a project, purposefully destroys his masterpiece only a few days after its completion?
That is, in fact, part of the ritual of Tibetan sand mandala, which are symbols in Indian religions, particularly Buddhism, that symbolize the universe. Watch the incredible time-lapse video below of three Tibetan Buddhist monks as they labor away creating one of these beautiful, transient works of art!
What do you do with a background in fine arts, an empty factory, and used car parts? Make realistic models of Transformers, of course! At least, that’s what this father-son duo in Hunan Province, China decided to do, and they’re making a very lucrative living do so.