Art and Design


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Art and Design from The World...to the World...

Egg Carving Art

Gary LeMaster, "Egg carving is a deep passion of mine and nothing brings me more joy than to help others find what they need to blossom,..."


You can admire his work in:www.theeggshellsculptor.com

Geometry Art

Bathsheba Grossman, "I'm an artist exploring the region between art and mathematics. My work is about life in three dimensions: working with symmetry and balance, getting from the origin to infinity, and always finding beauty in geometry."


You can admire his work in: www.bathsheba.com



Computational Architecture Art

Michael Hansmeyer, "is an architect and programmer who explores the use of algorithms and computation to generate architectural form." Architecture stands at an inflection point. The confluence of advances in both computation and fabrication technologies offers architects the possibility of designing and constructing hitherto unimaginable forms.


You can admire his work in: www.michael-hansmeyer.com



3D Graffiti Sculptures


Peeta , "In my work, I endeavour to realize the sculptural quality of individual letters, namely the ones that spell out my own moniker Peeta."


You can admire his work in: www.peeta.net



Crochet Portraits Art


Jo Hamilton, Born in Glasgow, Scotland. Lives and works in Portland, OR.

"Crochet is currently my preferred process, although I do look forward to seeing how it has informed my approach to other media"...



You can admire her work in:www.johamiltonart.com



Pumpkins Art


Ray Villafane, "Ray’s hobby of pumpkin sculpting was brought to an entirely new level in 2007 when he was contacted by High Noon Entertainment and asked to participate in the Food Network’s Challenge Show, Outrageous Pumpkins."



You can admire his work in: www.villafanestudios.com



Paper Clip Sculptures


Pietro D'Angelo, "The artist presents his sculptures created with a particular innovative technique, it is figurative subjects in size - mostly children - made ​​with staples or clips, or those objects that are routinely on every desk and that each of we used to hang their sheets."


You can admire his work in: www.pietrodangelo.eu