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Futuristic Earth300 Exploration Vessel for Scientists, Experts, Students or Private Citizens

Imaginary Camouflaged Leaf Insects Painted by Takumi Kama ( Yes...

Imaginary Camouflaged Leaf Insects Painted by Takumi Kama ( Yes they are 2D ) To avoid becoming prey, leaf insects use mimicry to blend into their surroundings. But in Takumi Kama’s imagined future, when the insect’s natural environment has been completely destroyed, these masters of camouflage will have no choice but to move in with those who took away their home. Animals and insects are no stranger in the work of Japanese painter Takumi Kama , who recreates them in acrylics with astonishing accuracy and realism. For a recent exhibition at BAMI gallery in Kyoto, Kama came up with 2 different, imaginary leaf insects that camouflage themselves in the city. One is the Hide-mushi, which gets its name from Hideo Noguchi, who appears on the 1000 yen bill (mushi means insect). The Hide-mushi camouflages itself amongst Japanese currency and feeds on paper, which can affect its color. Then there is the Comi-mushi, which camouflages itself amongst comic books and comic strip

nonconcept: Hotel Isosyote, Finland.

nonconcept : Hotel Isosyote , Finland.

Pantone Art series by Nick SmithGlasgow-born artist. His art...

Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Pantone Art series by Nick Smith Glasgow-born artist. His art revisits some of the most iconic works of art using Panton cutouts. In his latest body of work, the artist focuses mostly on erotic content and following the same process. My point of view? It is well-found and smart as a Series, but now then the artist seems to be stuck in it. This is the buzz effect in Art: it can become a prison for creativity. If Smith goes away from his Pantone idea, he has a great chance to be nobody then (which is a fate for a Smith). What do you think? Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art