Perspective Sculptures by James Hopkins

British artist James Hopkins creates these amazing series of perspective sculptures of famous cartoon characters.

"The majority of my practice is concerned with the role of judgment in connection to the process of vision."

"I am interested in optically adapting objects and imagery in order to create sculptural interventions, which momentarily knock the viewer’s perception off-kilter. I often slyly transform familiar objects and imagery, giving them the power of self-reflective commentary, converting them to different items and nudging them towards an ‘impossible’ state that produces a sense of amazement in those who behold them."

"My work is often concerned with as to whether we depend on fixed viewpoints to appreciate the rendering of space in perspective art. And raises the subsequent questions as to if any observation made from other areas than the fixed viewpoint may be considered incomplete."

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Source: mymodernmet

Paper and Copper Pipes Sculptures by Anna-Wili Highfield

Sydney-based artist Anna-Wili Highfield created these gorgeous animal sculptures made of paper and copper pipe.

The paper sculptures are made from archival cotton paper, that is painted, then sewn together, while the copper sculptures are made by bending and manipulating the pipe until they create forms that resemble line drawings.

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New Cut Paper Illustrations by Maude White

New York-based artist Maude White (previously here) is back with another collection of beautiful paper cut illustrations, titled 'What’s Left on the Farm'.

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Ice and Snowflakes Macro Photographs by Andrew Osokin

Russian photographer Andrew Osokin captures remarkable macro photographs of snowflakes and ice formations.

Check more photos over in his LensArt profile.

Rolled Paper Art by Ilhwa Kim

Seoul-based artist Ilhwa Kim creates these three-dimensional works of art using rolled of Korean mulberry paper.

"The surface and sense of the work keep changing from morning to night all day long."

If you like this kind of work of art, check the artworks of Amy Eisenfeld Genser.

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Food Art by Daryna Kossar

Ukrainian culinary photographer Daryna Kossar created these creative food art.

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