Here you see the common pigeon. “Oh,” you think, “a simple pigeon. She does not have many thoughts or, perhaps, desires.” The pigeon does not move as you try to get past her. “What a dumb little creature. How unfortunate they have come to exist.”
No one takes a pigeon seriously.
Perhaps a pigeon takes a pigeon seriously, but this has not been confirmed.
This pigeon you see before you has at least two thoughts. One of being on the ground, and one of being in the air. The pigeon then forms a preference. She desires to be in the air. She leans. She launches. She executes her desire leading to the gratification of her goals.
This is significant. Take note.
The ultimate personal space bubble guarantee.
The young lady that created the plastic spiked vest must not have enjoyed people crowding her space. The vest is made up of mostly plastic, so that actually running into the spikes will do little to no harm, leaving the effect almost completely visual but still effective.
Her “New Light from Waste” series feature works made from recycled items. These beautifully shaped and lit pieces have been posed as decorative lamps.
Check out the rest of her work here:
This artist, outside of the United States, creates sculptures using every day objects, which he packs tightly into a small space, which is hthe goal of tetris, hence the title.
This video explores how the popularity of the 8-bit genre moved from old video games to modern pop culture, in the form of visual art and chiptunes (music made with computer chips–cool stuff I say).
This is a really neat collection of artwork hand-painted onto “canvas” created by recycling old computer parts.
This is an example of art in the modern age.
At the bottom it shows a time lapse of the painting from start to end.
Also, it’s of Morgan Freeman.
Art is something that children need to learn about and understand and crave at a young age, to ensure art’s survival. This tattoo artist did that by coloring in his children’s line drawings, giving them reason to draw and showing the world that art is a great motivator for kids.
Here are various examples of art using or painting in bottle caps, one of which includes darth vader. Something fun to try over winter break to keep your artistic skills in tact.
This website offers tours of famous art in various categories, here’s a link.