From the ground it just looks like rice shoots …but climb the specially built viewing platforms and the rice paddy fields of Inakate, Japan are transformed into art masterpieces. This rice is too beautiful to eat. Every March, Inakate, in the Amori Province holds its annual Rice Festival. An ingenious art meets nature solution to
Christian Faur creates incredible art with crayons. But he doesn’t use them to draw, he does something much cleverer with them. American artist Christian Faur, who hails from Ohio, uses thousands of coloured crayons to create his masterpieces that resemble pixellated pictures. On his website Christian explains the motivation behind his freaky art.
Lightning is one of Earth’s most magical and powerful natural phenomenons. But is it possible to capture it? Well apparently the answer is yes, and all you need is some perspex and a hammer and nail……and a machine that generates 3 million volts. This art of frozen lightning permanently captured in an acrylic
These amazing sculptures are made from discarded toilet rolls. Created by French sculpture Junior Ritz Jacque they show that you can be creative anywhere – even when sitting on the loo.