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This Artist’s Passion Project Evolved Into A Masterful Series Of Tiny Paintings

This Artist’s Passion Project Evolved Into A Masterful Series Of Tiny Paintings

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As creators continue to harness their abilities, the inclination to go bigger is part of what's become a natural progression — and that makes sense in a world that equates larger-than-life works of art to larger-than-life talent. One artist by the name of Dina Brodksy, however, proves that creating small, painstakingly detailed pieces is certainly no small feat.Her collection of miniatures called Cycling Guide to Lilliput has garnered critical acclaim, and Brodsky's unique touch is at once sentimental and deliberate. She recently took the time to walk ViralNova through her inspiration and process. Dina Brodsky What's the relationship between your medium, subject matter, and the small, circular surface? Do they inform each other in ...
When This Artist Turns Off The Lights In His Studio, His Paintings Don’t Disappear

When This Artist Turns Off The Lights In His Studio, His Paintings Don’t Disappear

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DTAT_ATF'); }); When the light goes out, your paintings on the wall go right along with it. That could have a little something to do with why museums spend lots of money and even more time perfecting the lighting that shines over their exhibits. But what if those works could be seen in the dead of night?This is a concept that artist Patrik Munchenberger explores in his paintings that completely transform in the dark and under UV light. Watch what happens to the paint in these pieces when each photosensitive work is given new life under those conditions. "O mundo" in natural light. Patrik Munchenberger googletag.cmd.push...
Body Marbling Is The Newest Body Art Trend, And You Have To See It In Action

Body Marbling Is The Newest Body Art Trend, And You Have To See It In Action

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We've seen plenty of incredible body art here on ViralNova, but this new trend is in a league of its own. And if you're into nail art, you've probably seen one iteration of it before. The technique goes by the name of body marbling, and it took the festival scene by storm earlier this year. That being said, you don't need to love standing in sweaty crowds for days on end to appreciate the artistry that managed to take over festivals around the country over the summer. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DCBP_ATF'); }); References of this technique date back to the first century in the Sichuan region of southwest China. Although methodology has changed since then, three necessary components remain: water, paint, and surfactant. ...