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Amazing Innovative Artists

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On this page you will find a variety of amazing artists who see and create works in very uniqe and original ways. Let me know what you like about an artist in the comment section below.  If you have discovered an amazing innovative artist, forward me thier name and a link if possible to kchenowith@bcps.org .  Enjoy and be inspired!


"Dream Big" by Rubic Cube Pete Fecteau 2011- triptych portrait made out of Rubic's Cubes.  http://petefecteau.com/2011/04/15/dream-big/#more-13

Dream Big

April 15, 2011 //



Dream Big (computer generated draft)


Pete at work on the mosaic - Photo by Paul L. Newby II, Grand Rapids Press

Configuring a cube - Photo by Paul L. Newby II, Grand Rapids Press

Close to completion - Photo by Paul L. Newby II, Grand Rapids Press

On display at ArtPrize - Photo by Tori Jo, Flickr




The Red Ball Project-  by Kurt Perschke

Concocted by artist Kurt Perschke, The Red Ball Project is an initiative which sees huge vinyl red balls popping up in tight spaces all over various cities, including Portland, Chicago, Taipai, Sydney, Aru Dhabi, and Barcelona. The main aim of the project is to "access the imagination embedded in all of us" says the artist. "On the surface, the experience seems to be about the ball itself as an object, but the true power of the project is what it can create for those who experience it. It opens a doorway to imagine what if?    http://www.huhmagazine.co.uk/3333/the-red-ball-project



red ball at city hall || Canon5D2/Sigma12-24@12 | 1/125s | f8 | ISO200  Red Ball in Toronto's Old City Hall



Theo Jannsen-  Dutch, Kinetic Sculptor

It’s not every day that you run across an entirely new strain of life, which is exactly what Dutch kinetic sculptor Theo Jansen has created. His Strandbeests are wondrous wind-powered automatons that exhibit an incredibly lifelike dexterity as they cascade in flowing waves down seaside sands. The elegantly articulated creatures are constructed using genetic algorithms and are constantly evolving to better suit their environment.


theo jansen, strandbeest, artificial life, wind power, wind power beach walkers, art, kinetic sculpture, kinetic art

Watch the video http://youtu.be/WcR7U2tuNoY 


Graffiti Artist James Cochran 



Robotic Art Car


A Drawing a Day helped David Lichtfield discover his identity.  Check out his website

 355. ‘FREAK IN THE CITY’ 20/06/2011

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