Vancouver-based sculptor Clive Cooper turns watermelons into crazy works of art. Cooper is a government worker by day, and a sculptor of watermelons, pumpkins, strawberries and other perishables by night. He’s never taken a sculpting class in his life.
Car enthusiast and a member of the U.S. Military, hated the silver color of the Nissan Skyline GTR sports car so he and his artist wife decided to transform the casual car into a one-of-a-kind work of art. While he worked on the car’s insides, she started doodling on a few scratches on the bumper. 100 hours of work later, this became a wonderfully intricate piece of art covering the whole car.
Young illustrator, copyrighter and designer, Eduardo Salles, has great sense of humor and has a formula which encapsulates his ironic commentary on the internet, politics, TV and daily habits: Design + humor + social critique. In this digital age, using smartphones, deciphering icons, and clicking “like” have become second nature. In the series called Cinismo Ilustrado (Cynicism Illustrated), Eduardo Salles, creates a series of posters that touch on these ideas as well as other cynical viewpoints with a humorous approach.