We previously featured papercut artwork by Estonian graphic designer and illustrator Eiko Ojala, and today we are showcasing more of his fantastic three dimensional drawings for leading publications around the world.
This incredible olive pit sculpture was created in 1737. Its only 1.34 inches in length and 0.63 inches tall. The perfectly carved Olive-Stone Boat was crafted by Ch’en Tsu-chang. On the tiny boat eight figures can be seen, each with unique expressions along with the chairs and dishes in the interior. Amazingly, the windows are also moveable.
Australian art director, photographer and illustrator Domenic Bahmann draws his inspiration from daily objects and turns them in funny artworks. Making it an inspiration for us all to take a look at the world and objects around us trying to make it into small artworks, just to brighten your day.
Young Palestinian architect, Tawkif Gebreel, and some other artists are responding the recent Gaza and Israel conflict through their art. With the message of peace in the humanitarian language they turn smoke from Israeli rocket strikes into powerful images with symbols of hope and unity.
Disney World janitors like reddit user TheVantasy often learn to draw Disney characters using water as passing families look on in wonder. TheVantasy shared some of her work through imgur and answered people’s questions about the practice.