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Created using a ball point pen!

British artist James Mylne makes photo-realistic images using essentially a ballpoint pen, and sometimes he mixes other materials such as ink, marker, and spray paint. His drawings demand a great deal of concentration because one wrong stroke, can spoil the whole portrait. www.jamesmylne.co.uk

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Art made out of the dirt on trucks!

Artist Ben Long uses his finger to scribe into the layer of dirt built-up from exhaust emissions, Long creates elaborate drawings on the rear shutters of white haulage trucks. In his on-going series, collectively entitled The Great Travelling Art Exhibition, he expands upon the daubing and crude slogans that commonly adorn commercial freight vehicles. www.benlong.co.uk

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Art to make you smile :)

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Tiger skin carpet made from 500,000 cigarettes

Xu Bing: Tobacco Project explores the production and culture of tobacco as seen through the eyes of one of China’s most innovative contemporary artists. The exhibition combines important pieces from the artist’s earlier projects at Duke University in North Carolina and the Shanghai Gallery of Art in China with new work inspired by visits to […]

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(un) Welcome mat

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Art Quote of the Month

Every month we will share a quote or saying that we really like.

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It’s NOT photography!

A series of hyper-realistic paintings by Spanish artist Pedro Campos who uses oil on canvas to recreate still life objects of our everyday lives. With no digitization, these impressive artworks look even better than photographs. Amazing! For more of Pedro’s incredible artwork, visit www.pedrocampos.net

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CD Chair

Designer Belen Hermosa created this funky modern chair out of thousands of CD’S. What imagination!

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Unusual mediums creating incredible art

  This intriguing and quirky masterpiece entitled ‘The Toaster’ by Ingrid Falk and Gustavo Aguerre was constructed in Buenos Aires, Argentina, over the course of two days from 2,500 slices of bread, which were painstakingly toasted to different degrees of ‘burnt’ and pieced together to form a stunning artwork. Just like a scene from a […]

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Chicken sculpture made out of eggshells

Kyle Bean, of Brighton, East Sussex, carefully glued the shards together after collecting eggs of varying colours from his local bakery. He said: “The chicken or the egg is an interesting paradox that I wanted to respond to. I was motivated by the idea. I knew it would be a challenge and very fiddly but […]

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Creative professions…

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Amazing Art!

Hi and welcome to the Artists Info blog. We have lots of fun scouring the internet, art journals and exhibitions for impressive, clever, and unusual modern art to bring a smile to your face, leave you feeling inspired or just brighten your day. If you come across something that you think we could feature, just […]

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