A 3D Artist Imagines the Realistic Fossilized Skulls of Endearing Cartoon Characters

  Animation Design #anatomy #cartoons #fossils #humor #skulls #surreal #tv March 4, 2020 Grace Ebert “Canis Goofus – USA, 1932.” All images © Filip Hodas A Prague-based artist is memorializing some of his favorite cartoons with a series of convincing fossils that provide an unconventional look at the skeletons of animated characters. Filip Hodas’s Cartoon …

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Eroded Replicas of Iconic Sculptures Reveal Crystal Formations in New Sculptures by Daniel Arsham

“Blue Calcite Eroded Moses” (2019), blue calcite and hydrostone, 102 3/8 x 46 7/8 x 49 3/16 inches. All images © Daniel Arsham and Perrotin, shared with permission Artist Daniel Arsham (previously) re-envisions some of the most well-recognized sculptures of classical antiquity in Paris, 3020, his recent series of replications marred with lightly pigmented crystals. …

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The Modern Art Movements

“What distinguishes modern art from the art of other ages is criticism.” -Octavio Paz The Modern Art movements can be said to have begun in the mid 19th century. Up until this point, the artists of the world focused their artwork on realistic depictions of the world around them. They made their living solely on …

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Airbrush Art Paints

When doing airbrush art there are many types of paints that you can use. The type of paint that you use will depend on what you are airbrushing. Some paints can only be used on certain surfaces and are not safe to use on other surfaces. So make sure the paint you are using is …

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Visitor Responsible for Damage to Antonio Canova Sculpture Comes Forward

After damaging a sculpture by Italian Neoclassical artist Antonio Canova at the Museo Antonio Canova in Possagno, Italy, an Austrian tourist has turned himself in to authorities. The institution said in a post on its Facebook page that the visitor shared his identity in a letter to Canova Foundation president and critic Vittorio Sgarbi on August …

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Photographer Spotlight: Kyle Weeks

Photographer Kyle Weeks overturns aesthetic stereotypes with his images. Featuring a diverse range of subjects, his work challenges colonial dynamics between documentary image-makers and their subjects by maintaining the agency of those he photographs and prioritizing their lived experiences. His inclusive standards of representation permeate all of his work, both personal and commercial, and his …

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Authenticity of Inuit Eskimo Art and Native American Art

Authenticity of Inuit Eskimo Art and Native American Art   Both Inuit Eskimo art and Native American art have gained international recognition as valuable art forms over the past few decades. However, the rising popularity of both Inuit Eskimo art and Native American art has resulted in the increased proliferation of imitations and mass-produced reproductions …

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Airbrush Art On Nails

Almost everyone loves some for of art or another. A lot of women love to get their nails manicured. So why not combine the two together? Well that is exactly what has happened. Airbrush art has combined with the manicure to give women great opportunities to use their nails to show off great artwork. Airbrush …

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Art Projects

Art is an important means of expression. Some people say that this need is what separates us from the animals. Most people do art projects in elementary school, learning about shape, texture and color. Parents proudly display their efforts on the wall or go into school to see their achievements. These paintings etc. help to …

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“Olvido pa’ Recordar” by Photographer Mateo Arciniegas

Colombian photographer Mateo Arciniegas spent his formative years in Bogota, Colombia, before moving with his mother to the United States at age 16. Starting a new life in a foreign and strange place wasn’t easy for Arciniegas. “For the past 10 years, I have unsuccessfully worked to find a way to call the United States …

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