This is my art experiment done for the April Creative Unblock, an Instagram challenge launched from The Jealous Curator blog.
For this month the instructions were the following:
“Make a little sculpture using a found object. Find something around your house, at a thrift store, a wacky junk store, anywhere! An object that is about as big as your hand or smaller is probably the best size to start with, so it’s not overwhelming. And make sure it’s something you don’t mind ruining. This is just suppose to be fun after all! And then transform the heck out of it! Paint on it, glue things to it, cut it in half and glue it back to itself, or glue it to something else. Use the objects color and shape to inspire you.”
So I walked in the city center through charity and thrift shops to look for an old object easy to paint and to bring with me. I found a wooden candle holder that was perfect for my idea! I transformed it into a colorful object using fluorescent acrylic paint and I finished the work with some dots decorations with my pens.
Below all the phases of the project (you can find all the images in my Instagram profile too), I hope you enjoy it!
Check out my January, February and March Creative Unblock projects! If you want to be part of the May challenge, click here to have more info.
I always take a lot if inspiration by artists that use neon shades for their artworks. The Dutch artist Patricia Derks realizes wonderful portraits using powerful color combinations.
Enjoy the wonderful music video and choreography realized for “Dead Inside” song by Muse.
Let’s get inspired!
Enjoy the awesome collages by the Brooklyn based artist and graphic designer Michael DeSutter.
New works on Etsy!
Some months ago I opened my shop on Etsy, where I decided to put some tiny collages that I never shared online before.
So I thought to create a little gallery here too to see what do you think about them.
I love Pamela Staker paintings. She creates shiny artworks using simple compositions, geometric forms and bright colors.
Enjoy “Do you remember” by Jarryd James and the “dark style” music video directed by Jake Jelicich.