New Cut Paper Illustrations by Elsa Mora

Artist Elsa Mora (previously here) created new beautiful paper sculptures.

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Tools Made of Coins by Stacey Webber

Indiana-based artist Stacey Webber create sculptures that resemble everyday tools made of coins.

"I became interested in making artwork which expressed the struggles of the everyday blue collar American during the economic downtown around 2005. It seemed natural with a training in jewelery to work with coins - they are small, metal, and literally represent value."

"After researching and making endless amounts of samples/experiments I became fascinated with older pennies (pre-1982) which are solid copper and vintage silver quarters, dimes, and nickels. Copper and silver are traditionally used in metalsmithing's history making it the perfect relationship between concept and craft."

"Each piece is completely different pertaining to time. Every sculpture is a one-of-a-kind design, so the larger ones, of course, take more time in engineering and fabrication."

"It is fairly difficult to work with coins because each coin is a different alloy depending on the year and country. Different alloys require research on the possibilities of connecting - welding, soldering, riveting, etc. I have chosen to make constructions using American coins that not only relate to my concepts but also make use of my technical training."

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Food Art by Nívea Salgado

Brazilian mother Nívea Salgado prepare these lovely dishes for her daughter Catarina.

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Paper Cuttings by Akira Nagaya

Self-taught Japanese artist Akira Nagaya created these stunning works of art called kirie.

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Time Slice by Richard Silver

New York photographer Richard Silver created this ongoing series called 'Time Slice' that captures iconic buildings change in appearance from day into night by taking some photos at intervals over several hours and then layers them into the final piece.

"The idea behind the “Time Sliced” Project was to photograph iconic world buildings at sunset and capture the changing light from day to night in a single image. Experimenting with a few different kinds of processes I came up with the “Sliced” idea. I decided to Slice time and light showing the progression of the day from left to right."

His artworks quite similar with the artworks of Fong Qi Wei.

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