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This vegetable face composite image was created by Klaus Enrique for the cover a cookbook by Martin Pyco Rausch. The cookbook features vegetarian recipes making the half-vegetable face even more relevant for this project. The style used in this strange face mash up was clearly inspired by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, the 16th century Italian painter best […]
Andrew Myers creates portraits using an unlikely medium – screws. In this early, experimental screw piece that measures 2 feet x 2 feet, he transformed thousands of screws, oil paint, and phonebook pages into a self-portrait expressing the difficult feelings he was experiencing at that time. He notes that when he created this particular piece, […]
Jane Perkins takes ordinary objects that she finds in various places and arranges them into something completely new. Shown below is her recreation of Dutch painter Vermeer’s Girl With a Pearl Earring. She finds most of her materials at charity shops, boot sales (a kind of flea market popular in the UK), and recycling […]
Nasa Funahara is a student in the Department of Oil Painting at Musashino Art University in Japan. Funahara recreates famous artworks using colored masking tape. Below is a tape version of Edvard Munch’s The Scream. Munch created four different versions of the original work between 1893 and 1910. One of these versions sold for nearly […]
A photomosaic is an image that has been divided into smaller sections, each of which is replaced with another image matching that particular individual section of the original image. In this example featuring the Man of Steel, every section of the original image has been replaced with an image of a movie poster. The creator […]
Using a 22 by 21 grid of baseball cards, mosaic artist Ken Knowlton created this portrait of his grandson titled Nicholas Jensen (Little League Pitcher). The final mosaic, created in 2002, measured 32 inches wide by 40 inches tall once completed. The further that you stand back from the image, the more recognizable the young […]