Talented artist Mirjana Kika Milosevic used just her body, a black background and makeup to demonstrate an amazing optical illusion to create a freaky tiny waist with a knotted stomach. Milosevic has become notorious for turning herself into a human optical illusions in her make-up transformation videos.
Two talented artiest Sarath Chandrajeewa and Cao Chang Xu participated in a friendly clay sculpture contest. Both artiest stood side-by-side and tried to make a portrait sculpture of each other in under 10 minutes. Watch the video below.
Talented artist Trina Merry spends up to eight hours painting the bodies of models so that they are almost invisible to the eye by blending them into the backgrounds of familiar iconic landscapes. The 34 year old artist unveils her new project entitled “Sweet Land of Liberty”, in which she makes her models disappear before famous… Continue reading Body Painting Artist Blends Models Into City Backgrounds
German artist Tim Bengel uses sand to draw amazing artwork designs on a sticky canvas, which dries very slowly. Bengel adds grains of black sand and occasionally gold onto the sticky canvas using a fine scalpel. When the design has been completed, he fills in the spaces with white sand. The whole piece looks like… Continue reading Incredible Sand Drawings Created By Tim Bengel
Kay Pike has posted an amazing time lapse (1,000x speed) video that shows her painting a Batman costume on her own body. She captured the footage while she was streaming live on Twitch. You can find Kays work collection available on Facebook and Instagram. Watch the video below.
Talented makeup artist Ilana Kolihnov is teacher at the Yarin Shahaf beauty school in Tel Aviv, Israel, demonstrates how to create a realistic Siberian Husky face, using her own dog as a template. The 21-year-old began the tutorial with a white pencil before using a textured paint brush to create a fur-like effect on her skin. The… Continue reading Siberian Husky Makeup Tutorial
Artist Christoph Brown creates striking portraits on his Etch A Sketch, then sell it for about $500. He hopes to turn his art into a big business. Watch the video below.
Filmmaker Dave Kaufman created a time-lapse video that documents the simple yet incredibly beautiful process behind Holton Rower’s series of pour paintings. The New York-based artist and his team use this pour technique to build up multiple layers of paint to create these amazing pieces of art.