Posts Tagged ‘3D’


Artist Shi Jindian has taken sculpturing to a whole new level. He uses steel, or more precisely steel wires, to make spectacular three-dimensional objects. Some of his work is wire framed motorcycles, chairs and even skulls.

It took him a lot of practice to make the sculptures look how he wanted them to, and his famous technique is to take a steel wire and wrap it around an object. After several hundred wires are put around the object, he destroys it from the inside, leaving only the item’s “skeleton.”

His work is exhibited at the White Rabbit Gallery. Mr Jindian’s talents certainly place him  among the top modern artists in the world.

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10 “Realistic” 3D tattoos

Posted: August 25, 2010 in Inspiration
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Tattoos can be cool when done properly, or not when you’re drunk. 3D tattoos seem to be an interesting trend in the tattoo world. Here are 10 of the best I could find and share with you.

3D TATTOO

3D TATTOO

3D TATTOO

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3D TATTOO

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3D TATTOO

3D chalk drawings: Julian Beever

Posted: August 12, 2010 in Inspiration
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If you ever thought about 3D chalk drawings exist, nope , then think again! They’re exist baby, and they’re here to stay! It has not so popular but it is famous in some place,  then I probably need to introduce Julian Beever, a pioneer artist when it comes to anamorphic pavement art. Which of these few drawings you find the most realistic? Could any of them fool you if you encountered them in real life? Which one did you find the most interesting? Tell me, tell me…

Julian Beever is Back... Again!
Julian Beever is Back... Again!

Julian Beever is Back... Again!

Julian Beever is Back... Again!

Julian Beever is Back... Again!