In many cases, Creativity can come out of nowhere and rock you like lighting. You’d be surprised with the multiple creations that can appear through different art mediums. Whether it’s a blank canvas, soy wax or even eggshells….That’s right, eggshells, the possibilities are endless. Take Wen Fuliang for example:
Mr. Fuliang, a retired wood worker, used his prior skills to create wonderful masterpieces through duck, goose and chicken eggs. After stumbling across an article about him through The Daily Mail, I was amazed to see how someone put their imagination into such a unique form.
Interested in the Eggshell Carving craft as well? Below is an video demonstration for those with LOTS of patience and an SCM engraver 🙂
“Suspended Forest is an installation of discarded Christmas trees under the BQE in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
After December 25th, New York sidewalks are crowded with stacked Christmas trees that no longer have a purpose. I wanted to figure out a way to give these trees another purpose, and perhaps encourage people to think about our consumption around Christmas. This year I hung 35 trees side by side by side in an unused space under the BQE in Williamsburg that is fenced off from the public. This area is bordered by Metropolitan Avenue which provides a lot of foot traffic, and therefore a broad audience. I enjoy installing art in the public sphere as it has the opportunity to be seen by and affect people who might otherwise miss it if it were installed in a gallery or museum.” – Michael Neff (excerpt taken from Flickr)
What creative piece did you create out of something used/unwanted lately? Don’t worry, there are TONS if you haven’t already 🙂