Alluring Aerosol Paint Art Works by INO

This spectacular aerosol art by INO caught my attention. Back in Uni, I once studied graffiti art for a project, and it certainly is an acquired skill!

fractured face on wall art

two hands holding - paint art

hand garffiti

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mans head on side of building

Aerosol Paint Work face graffiti

black and white Aerosol Paint Work


Further Information // “Alluring Aerosol Paint Art Works by INO” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright INO (Creative Commons).

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Resin Sculptures by Carl D’Alvia


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Frog Sculpture

These resin sculptures are by Carl D’Alvia, who creates these fantastic works West Cornwall (CT) and New York City. He also uses paint, resin and even bronze to fashion his uniquely-styled works of art, like the frog sculpture above.

More Resin Sculptures:

Barboncino Sculpture

Above: “Barboncino” Sculpture

From the D’Alvia site:

D’Alvia works in a sculptural idiom that is decidedly hyper-visual, artisanal and history laden. He has developed proprietary sculptural processes that co-opt existing means of traditional and industrial production. Drawing on sources that include megalithic monuments, toy design and the Baroque, the work encapsulates seemingly antithetical motifs such as minimal/ornate, industrial/handmade, comic/tragic, progress/destruction and attraction/repulsion… [read more]

Bunny Family Sculpture

Above: “Bunny Family” Sculpture

Family Sculpture

Above: “Family” Sculpture

Lapdog Sculpture

Above: “Lapdog” Sculpture

Robot Sculpture

Above: “Robot” Sculpture

Slab Sculpture

Above: “Slab” Sculpture

The Island Sculpture

Above: “The Island” Sculpture

Via booooooom / All Resin Sculptures images shown are copyright © Carl D’Alvia. Please check out Dalvia.com for more fantastic works.

Like Sculptures?

If you enjoyed these resin sculptures, then I highly recommend the Design Soak article about the work of  Character Designer Jason Freeny.

Felt Art by Lauren O. Venell

sliced bacon

This felt art by Lauren O. Venell uses fleece, felt, thread, stuffing and wool yarn. The work was commissioned by the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, PA (USA) for an exhibition they were holding. This exhibition, named “DIY: a Revolution in Handicrafts” was originally set up at an “EAT Space”. Their unique installation includes four large soft sculpture meats to be hung from the ceiling behind a deli case, amongst other things.

delicase

You’d normally associate materials like felt and stuffing to be used in teddy bears—this is what has captivated me most with this felt art style work. This whole exhibition turns ‘everything on its head’. Near the end of this post, check out the menu items. I think you’ll be surprised at the interesting facts about meat on there…

bottom me attrays

From Lauren’s site:

This project exposes the true cost of factory farmed meat through the price tags on each tray. The price of each pork and beef product includes both the average supermarket price per pound, plus the cost to taxpayers in public health, environmental damage and government subsidies. These costs were calculated from data found in various government, industry and scientific reports, and are broken out in the “Today’s Specials” menu board… [read more]

installation wide

 

sliced ham

todays specials menu

top me at trays

price tag close

window left

steak tray

All images shown in the post are copyright © Lauren O. Venell. Please go and check her other fantastic works at Laurenvenell.com.

Like Felt Art?

If you liked this kind of article, why not take a look at Office Animals.

Stunningly-Creative Pasta Packaging by Nikita

Pasta packing concept showing 3 boxes

Can you remember when Design Soak featured the New York City Spaghetti packaging? Well, here’s another wonderfully simple idea for Pasta Boxes, which have cutouts to show off some pasta hair. Love it!

Box of pasta with hair cutout

large hair pasta concept

Pasta packing concept showing long hair

Pasta packing concept on shelves


Further Information // “Stunningly-Creative Pasta Pasta Packaging by Nikita” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Nikita (Creative Commons). You can see more of their work over here.

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Realistic Paintings by Janet Ternoff

realistic painting of wall street

These realistic paintings were produced by talented Janet Ternoff. She is a self-taught artist living and working in New York, who creates cityscapes in oil paints. The majority of her work are scenes from New York City:

bridge caffe

gawanus painting

Janet’s site reads:

Something that I love so much about your pieces is how they take you directly to a place or a time. I’ve lived in New York my whole life (until recently) and feel that I know every one of your paintings. It’s as if that place is a memory pulled right out of my life. I love when you can look at a painting and feel right at home. It takes unfathomable talent to make that magic and I can never help reaching out to an artist on those rare occasions!  [read more].

lombardis

amtrak painting

painting of pool table

railroad artwork

realistic painting of stairs

seaport painting

times square at night

Credits: All images displayed here are copyright © Janet Ternoff. Please head over to her site for more fantastic realistic paintings, some of which are for sale.

Like Paintings?

If you liked this, check out Paintings of Houses by Amy Casey.

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