Columbia born artist Diana Beltran Herrera created these incredibly realistic paper bird sculptures. The Bristol-based designer has created over 100 species of birds using paper, cardboard, plastic, wire and paint. She has a BA degree in industrial Design at the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University in Bogota, Colombia and has an MA in Fine Arts from the University of the West of England. On an interview with Flow Magazine she says this about her process: “
“I really got to ‘know’ the birds: I collected a lot of photos and I studied them in books. I made an archive with different views, colors and special information. To make them, I first choose a profile and draw them — the wings, the feet, the face — in Illustrator. My work is half digital, half handmade. I print everything and cut it before I put it together. It takes me at least four days to make one bird.”
Her work can be seen in her website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Diana Beltrán Herrera.
Loving these cityscape and still life paintings created by Lisa Breslow. The New York-based artist was born in Long Island and studied at the School of Visual Arts and Art Students League on a Merit Scholarship. The impressionistic oil paintings depict New York City streets through changing seasons with just the right blend of realism and abstraction. They are not literal portrayals but rather an atmospheric presentation of the bustling city through mood, energy and light.
You can view more of her work on her website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Lisa Breslow.
Not too much information about this embroidery artist from Montreal, Canada but she does say the following on her page info:
“I’m a recent university grad with a love for arts and crafts. Embroidery is a great way to express myself creatively while doing something relaxing and fun! I’m always looking for new ideas, so if there’s something you want to see, shoot me a message and I’ll make it happen!”
You can follow the artist on Facebook and Instagram. Some of her work can be purchased here in her Etsy shop.
Images: Courtesy of Alex’s Embroidery.