Posts Tagged ‘creative arts’

Amazing Paper Folding Artwork By Eric Joicel

Paper is normally used for writing and also use for reading but some of talented artist use paper only for amaze the other peoples by his artwork, They cut the paper in very amazing style and make a paper cutting artwork, some of them twist the paper like below images and this artwork is called paper folding artwork. This is really superb amazing to make a worrier with a copy paper and it is difficult for you and me but not for Eric Joicel, yah these are images which you are looking below that is only his hard work. Eric is really done a well job we dont see any problem or mistake in his work they very cleanly folding and twist the paper and make a amazing shape like a human body. Here we have some of really amazing and wonderful his artwork collection.

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Beautiful Abstract Artworks

Abstract in itself describes absolute, different, unique, creative, something which is in our imagination, not as a specific object but as a concept. Likewise, abstract wallpapers are not created on the basis of any object, it is the creativity that comes out from the mind. Furthermore, having creative abstract wallpapers on your desktop always inspire you and compel you to think  that what would be the concept and idea behind an abstract picture. A lot of inspiration comes out from such creative abstract wallpapers which play a significant role in providing inspiration to designers and developers. In this post, we are presenting an absolutely inspiring collection of outstanding abstract wallpapers.

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Wonderful Pop Cultures Street Artwork

Street art is any art developed in public spaces that is, “in the streets” though the term usually refers to unsanctioned art, as opposed to government sponsored initiatives. The term can include traditional graffiti artwork, stencil graffiti, sticker art, wheatpasting and street poster art, video projection, art intervention, guerrilla art, flash mobbing and street installations. Typically, the term street art or the more specific post graffiti is used to distinguish contemporary public space artwork from territorial graffiti, vandalism, and corporate art. Street art has been becoming a growing medium in recent years, especially with the rise of so many online sites to share that art with people that can’t actually see it in person.  While we’ve all seen images of the street art murals that mess with your perspective, these examples of street art are inspired my pop-culture and really just make me smile.  Enjoy.

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