Andrei Stoica used the sun and an Arizona landscape to create this self-portrait for a recent community assignment. “It wasn’t that different from using dyes to create pictographs,” writes Stoica, who calls his image a “sungraph.”
“While I was driving through a sheep farm near Waiuku, New Zealand, these four sheep stopped grazing to watch me watch them,” writes Your Shot member Cameron Zegers. “To achieve this shot, I waited for the sheep in the back to walk into the frame. Luckily, it stopped in the perfect place, and the result looked like a well-posed family portrait.”
Lauryn Hill portrait made from Corn Flakes cereal.
New York City artist Sarah Rosado has created celebrity portraits out of corn flakes cereals. The depictions are really very good and typically don’t need a caption for you to figure out who they are. It takes her about 6 to 8 hours to complete each portrait.
These amazing ballpoint pen portraits drawn by Polish artist Toni Efer. His expertise are in motion graphics, performing arts and fine arts. Unfortunately not much info about his artwork is available so we don’t know how much time it takes him to make these stunning realistic portraits, how does he get inspiration… and so many other questions.
Potatoes decorated in the likeness of Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama by cartoon artists Daria Chebunina and Tatiana Mironenko are on display at a food fair in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, on September 20, 2014.