15 People Who Can Turn Any Surface Into A Canvas For Their Art
Art is something that can be seen all around us. It can come in many different forms but today we’re talking about still art. The kind of art that you think hangs in an expensive art gallery or museum. But, the art we’re going to be looking at today was not made on canvas and was definitely not made to be kept in a museum.
This is art created by talented people and made on surfaces you would not think was made to demonstrate art.
1Orange is the new art
Just look at how intricate this artwork is. All made from orange and their skins. This is such a beautiful work of art. The only issue with making art from organic stuff is that it will decompose over time. Had this been made from something that could stand the test of time it would be truly amazing.
2Food is art
This is such a stunning work of art. We believe that this is just spaghetti that has been dyed in different colors. This is just stunning to look at and a good example of how food can also be used for artwork. This must have taken the artist quite some time to get the shapes he needed to make the image look as good as this.
In this, the art isn’t the main focus but the canvas is. This artist pained Hokusai’s The Great Wave off Kanagawa and as stunning as the art looks, take a closer look at the canvas. For months the artist collected wine foil caps and stuck them on a wooden block. This is recycled art at its best.
This was seen on the back of a truck. This is dust art that can easily be seen across the Internet and is one unique form of artwork. The person drawn here is none other than Marilyn Monroe. The art looks really good and something that definitely took time to make.
5A stump that will leave you stumped
This is such an incredible piece of artwork that we can’t help but admire it. It looks incredible and stunning. This was painted onto a stump of a tree and it looks like a mirror at first glance. This is such a good piece of art that it should be hanging on someone’s wall.