The artist, @spacegoose, takes everyday household items you'd find lying around and transforms them into an awesome spacecraft that would have your inner-kid screaming with awe and joy!
Seriously, how cool is this?!
"Look at this trash, isn't it neat? Wouldn't you think my collection's complete?"
The story is similar to that of Ariel's, scouring the ocean floor for human things and trying to figure out what each gadget and gizmo is. The difference is, the Little Trashmaid is surrounded by the trash we humans dump into the ocean.
The beautiful and strong illustrations below show what we have done to our favorite little mermaid.
This art style is called, 'kirigami' and it a form of paper art and not-so-distant cousin of the classic origami art. 'Kiru,' in Japanese, means "to cut" and 'kami' means "paper". However, artist Haruki-sensei doesn't cut usual paper to create his artworks.
His 'paper' comes from the packaging of popular Japanese snacks! And the art he creates from each boxing is truly jaw-dropping.
Prepare yourself for this magic!
And we're obsessed. Let's face it, princess or not, no one, and we mean no one would look that perfect 24/7. At first, Andhika Muksin would photoshop Disney characters onto celebrity photos but now he's made a turn with his art and we're totally here for the magic carpet ride! Enjoy what these Disney characters would've actually looked like in certain angles/situations if they weren't Disney-ifed!
Helena Fernandes, a Brazilian tattoo artist who is known for nonconventional artistic style is making waves in the tattoo world. This artist has created her own niche, what some dubbed as "ugly tattoos" and everyone is loving it! One thing is for certain, her drawings are uniquely hers. You can follow her Instagram account here!
Famous Photoshopper James Fridman (trust us, you know his work), has come out with a new character that goes by the name "Bobli" and everyone has fallen in love! Bobli loves all things watermelon and has an online store where all profits generated will be donated to the James Fridman Foundation that helps and supports children and young people affected by social issues. You can follow Bobli on Instagram, @heyimbobli! Check out the wholesome character below: