We last featured Johnny Clasper’s unbelievable stonework in 2015 and since then he continues to delight his patrons with his beautiful dry stone jobs, free-form stone carves, and pebble mosaics.
Based in Yorkshire, England, the award-winning artist may be granted for the committees and jobs and you can reach him through his website and official Facebook page.
Below you will find some of his more recent tasks along with progress shoots and close-ups so you can appreciate the detail and skill 🙂
Read more: http :// twistedsifter.com/ 2018/01/ johnny-clasper-stone-art-sculptures /
In an ongoing serial of portraits, photographer Stefan Draschan takes photos of people matching the artworks they are looking at.
To catalogue his the thousands of shoots, Stefan has created a Tumblr site dedicated to the series entitled, People matching Artworks .
Draschan says most of the photos were taken at museums and galleries in Paris, Vienna and Berlin and that while they may seem,’ too good to be true’, they are not staged but an expression of the results of patience and perseverance.
To consider more photo jobs from Stefan check out his official website.
Read more: http :// twistedsifter.com/ 2017/11/ people-matching-the-painting-theyre-looking-at /~ ATAGEND
In an ongoing series of artworks entitled’ Ciclotramas ‘, Brazilian artist Janaina Mello Landini unravels lassoes into incredible fractal structures that rekindled tree roots, river basins, lightning ten-strikes and circulatory systems.
Landini has been developing this concept since 2010, utilizing threads and strings to create site-specific installations that reside the space in an immersive route. She adds 😛 TAGEND
The idea is to a
Time from its inside, unraveling the weaves of the same rope in constant bifurcations, until the last indivisible stage is reached, a point that holds everything together in perfect equilibrium.
Below you will find our favourite Ciclotramas but be sure to check out her website for additional shoots and dozens of more examples. Janaina is represented by the Zipper Gallery in SAPSo Paulo, Brazil
Read more: http :// twistedsifter.com/ 2017/11/ unravelling-ropes-into-fractal-like-patterns /~ ATAGEND