Everyone in creative fields have experienced creative blocks. Those can be hard to break through but they usually end up in epiphanies that are much more valuable that time wasting breaking through the wall of stagnation.
Dutch artist Bart Jansen turned his beloved cat Orville, named after legendary aviator Orville Wright, into a flying machine – helicopter. The cat was killed by a car and instead of cremating or burying the feline Jansen has decided to stuff the dead animal and attach propellers to his paws.
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Belgian painter Ben Heine has been drawing and photographing since he was 10 years old. His “Pencil Vs Camera” series is a graphic exploration done over the years and an artistic evolution. The real idea came to him while he was watching television and writing a letter at the same time.
Many are claiming to be photographers and artists these days. With accessible high-quality equipment everyone hits the Instagram and openly shares the amazing toasted polaroid-like shots with the world. However, not all can produce great work of art without the instant glow and saturation.