Hi, everybody! Today is Monday! What a lovely day of a week! Or not? Well, I won't tire your eyes with long stories this time! I'll show you something amazing! Yesterday I spent some time surfing the Internet. It all has started with the video of Ukraine artist, who drawing with the sand. I've seen the pieces of this kind of art before, but this woman is incomparable! And it gave me something to think about! A momentary art!
Nowadays people use the usual things to create the unusual pieces of art. Like this man from Texas, who makes incredible images out of the dust. He draws with the brushes on the dirty rear window of his car. His technique is really unique! It reminds me of the work of scientists during the excavations, doesn't it? Unfortunately, one day it's just washed away!
Another piece of slip away beauty is Beach art! The images impress the imagination with its size and charms! It is really sad that they have so short life! Peter, the Sand man, uses the rake to make fantastic pictures on the sand! He is an endlessly happy person, I think! Just imagine, every day he spends on the sunny beach! He is bathed in the magnificent sunrises and sunsets! A cool breeze blows on him! And when the work is finished, his creations just wait for the kiss of the ocean!
I suppose, you know about Coffee art. It's very elaborate work, I think! Using the toothpick, the master of this art draws with the coffee on the whipped cream. And just look, how they put the cream in the coffee! It's amazing show! But do you know that it's not the only way to draw on the liquid. There is a classic Ottoman art, which called Ebru, otherwise known as Marbling! Drawing with the colored water on the water! It's fascinating!
In ancient times people draw on the rocks and on the ground, and we, their issue, continue this tradition. But we have invented more attractive way of doing it! 3D Street art strikes by its literalism! You can't believe your eyes in the making of the image! Be careful on the streets! One step and you'll drop into a waterfall!
And the last piece of the momentary art for today is Graffiti! It's not a new kind of art, as you know! But the modern approach gives to it second life. Honestly, I was watching it several times! I think these fabulous monsters are awesome! And this guys are really talented and have unbelievable imagination!
Finally, I just want to say, that I'm keen on drawing too. My talent is not as amazing as mentioned above, but I hope you'll enjoy it as well!
PS: What do you think, is the momentary art like fast food or mass production? Do we really need it?