Paper Art by Jen Stark

This stunning paper art by Jen Stark shows how colourful paper can be used to create pieces of sculpture.

Paper Art by Jen Stark

My favourite is the image above, but the rest are great too…

Skateboarding Art by Haroshi

Fire Hydrant

I think these wooden Skateboarding Art sculptures are simply stunning. All these works of art are by Tokyo-based artist Haroshi. They are made from skateboard deck, believe it or not. The way that the objects have been carved-out of stacked plywood is very unique—and check out the colours:

Sculpture Art by Charlotte Hughes Martin

Sculpture Art Coke Glass image

Amazing Sculpture Art

These stunning pieces of Sculpture Art were created by Charlotte Hughes Martin. She explains her work:

I have always been drawn to making Art and in particular 3D work. I remember being dragged around the National Gallery in London every year as a child. I remember my feet aching, the hushed tones we would have to use and the huge numbers of bizarrely dressed tourists goggling at the canvases on the walls.

Cycles and Seasons Calendar

Cycles and Seasons

These Cycles and Seasons Calendar page illustrations are pretty cool I reckon. There are from a series of artworks commissioned by Manpower for their annual calendar this year (2011). I’m only showing a selection here, but you can see the general colourful style applied. Great stuff

Billboard Swingset from Didier Faustino

Billboard Swingset

This Billboard Swingset is from architect Didier Faustino, who striped a billboard down to its skeleton and made it a swing set, apparently. He has named this piece Double Happiness.

You can read more about the Didier Faustino [©image copyright] Billboard piece here