For over a decade, artist and illustrator David Zinn has created amazing work in the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Zinn uses chalk, charcoal and his surroundings to create unique trompe l’oeil illusions.
Multimedia artist David Jablow has recently created a brilliant illustration project that utilizes an image from a 20th century doodle pad. Jablow spends copious amounts of hours manipulating the original image for surreal and chaotic original imagery. Tons of doodles after the click.
Cao Hui‘s series of classic sculptures dissected for a solo show last year takes some of the most influential sculptures ever created and adds a fun yet creepy aspect to them. Pieces like the “Venus de Milo” and Michaelangelo’s “David” are chopped and cut up and may be pulled apart to see their internal organs.