Stunning Artworks Created With The Strangest Mediums.
The beautiful thing about art is that it can be found everywhere and made out of anything. Where one person sees a pile of trash sitting on the ground, an artist looks at it and sees a huge rocket ship. While most people look at a glass of wine as a means to escape, an artist looks at that same glass of wine as a means to get creative. Keep scrolling to see how these incredible artists found their inspiration in the most mundane items.
Erika Iris found a use for all of the old cassette tapes sitting around her house.
John Lennon would surely be proud of this one. Isn't it amazing how even the simplest of things can be recycled into art?
When most people spill their drink they quickly grab a towel to clean it up.
But not this artist. She found art in a spilled cup of coffee. We wonder if she was told to stop playing with her food a lot as a child.
Colored pencils aren't just for coloring anymore.
Jennifer Maestre used an unknown amount of colored pencil pieces to create this abstract piece of art.
Murals in rice paddies are a new thing for farmers.
Using several different colors of rice, they were able to create this beautiful work of art! Art is meant to be everywhere!
There's such an overwhelming amount of one-use plastic bags that something needs to be done with them.
The Eden Project knew exactly what to do with them: crochet them together and make a giant polar bear! There should never be a plastic bag in the ocean again with things like this.
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