Japanese artist Haruki, better known as Twitter user @02ESyRaez4VhR2l, transforms used Japanese snack boxes into realistic figures. His artwork has a name in Japanese and it is called “Kiries” or “Kirigami” – the art of paper-cutting. Kirie is more associated with traditional Japanese art, but Haruki does it in his own creative way.
Located in Phatumthanee, Thailand, Kreatworks have over 12 years of experience in Steampunk & Recycled metal arts. They use scrap metal (useless auto, motorcycle and machine parts) and other recycled materials to produce anything ranging from miniature tabletop sculptures to real giants that take up to 2 months to construct.
This quote by Pablo Picasso is the motto of Justin Peters, a 22 years old self-taught digital surrealist artist from Germany who merges reality with his own imagination cleverly using Photoshop, since 2016. He takes random pictures from the Internet, adds some of his creativity, and gets some completely out-of-this-world results.