Stan Herd – 1.2 Acre Recreation of Van Gogh’s “Olive Trees”

Agriculture artist Stan Herd creates recreations of famous artworks on giant plots of land. In one of his latest creations, Herd recreated Van Gogh’s “Olive Trees” painting on 1.2 acres of crop land. The piece, which was commissioned by the Minneapolis Institute of Art involved countless hours of mowing, digging, planting, and landscaping to make the piece viewable from the air near the Minneapolis airport. Watch the video after the click.

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Mirco Pagano & Moreno De Turco – Musician Portraits from Their Own CDs

Many artists have created musician portraits from vinyl records or recycled cassette tapes. But this time around, these following portraits were created from compact discs. For the inauguration of First Floor Under, a pop-vanguard culture magazine, artists Mirco Pagano & Moreno De Turco spent more than 200 hours lining up the CDs to recreate the portraits of world-famous musicians such as: Bob Marley, Elvis Presley, Jim Morrison, Jimmy Hendrix, Michael Jackson, James Brown, and Freddie Mercury.

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Karsten Wegener & Silke Baltruschat & Raik Holst – Sausage In Art

Photographer Karsten Wegener, designer Silke Baltruschat, and food stylist Raik Holst team up to recreate classic works of art with smoked and cured meats in the delicious photo series, “Sausage in Art.”

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Joe Fig – Miniature Famous Artists Working

Joe Fig creates incredibly detailed miniatures of artists and their studios, as well as the “table” sculptures showcasing the respective artists’ art space based off of actual photos taken by Fig himself or off of older photos accounts for artists who have passed.

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