Hsin-Yao Tseng’s Cityscapes

Hsin-Yao Tseng was born in Taipei Taiwan in 1986. At the age of ten, he began painting in watercolors, as well as other mediums. He received his B.F.A of Fine Art Painting from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco in 2009. The subjects he chooses to explore include landscapes, the figure and still-life using bright color and expressive brush-strokes.

Roll DiceForChange by Creative Heroes

DiceForChange is a concept that aims to change people’s behaviour in a playful way. It consists of three dice: WellnessDice – for a daily dose of personal wellness, KindnessDice – for random acts of kindness and EcoDice – for ecological awareness.Many of us strive to be a better person.

Wolf art by Cristina Penescu

Drawings of animals Cristina Penescu look so realistic that they are easily mistaken for photographs. Incredibly, this Romanian self-taught has no formal education. “My love for art and nature began in early childhood,” says Penesku. The girl concentrated on fine art in the twenty years since acrylic paints, as well as prints.

Incredible Labyrinth

Motoi Yamamoto, a Japanese artist uses salt to create monumental floor paintings. The pictures below are from Fondation Espace Ecureuil, a gallery in France. The whole thing took 50 hours over the course of five days and a whopping 2,200 pounds of salt.

Incredible Labyrinth Made Using Only Salt