As soon as you propose, and fortunately she says “Yes”, then the next worry steps in – the perfect purchase of engagement ring for your would-be better half. Engagement ring is not only a wonderful ornament in the finger but is a symbol of commitment of couple. Engagement ring also shows the great love and affection you had for your partner.
Therefore, to buy engagement ring for your beloved one is really very exciting and perturbing too. So, keep in mind to fill your heart with huge amount of sincerity and feelings before going for buying an engagement ring for your adored one and see the outcome!! A dashing ring!!
Also, if you are lot confused, then there are few guidelines to be considered before purchasing the ring for her as follows:
Ivan Lovatt is an artist who has a creative bent of mind and with his ingenuity has crafted beautiful wire sculptures of the music legends. From the Beatles to Michael Jackson, Jimi Hendrix; Ivan has created the artworks with chicken wire. Yes, you read it right! The amazing sculptures are made up of chicken wires.
Each of the incredibly lifelike pieces is made of around 100 feet of the unusual material which
Ivan painstakingly twisted to pin them into shape. Till date, the 46-year-old artist has crafted a collection of famous faces from entertainers to explorers and much more.
Ivan’s wire sculptures clearly hint towards the versatility and adaptability with the use of chicken wire. Creatively, layering, twisting and shaping the chicken wire Ivan has created both abstract and realistic representations and continues to do so. Candidly demonstrating his superior level of craftsmanship, Ivan’s wire work has received many awards and a attention of people all over the globe.
Ivan Lovatt is one of those artists who are always looking for new media to experiment with, and for him chicken wire proved to be just what he needed.
Since time immemorial, water has been an integral part of our lives. It has been an omnipresent symbol in all cultures around the globe. We all know that water with its miraculous powers changes shapes and colors, transforms itself to leave us flabbergasted. Its ability to flow makes it a model out of which all kind of things can be born.
By all things I mean almost everything, even water sculptures. You don’t believe it to be true? Shinichi Maruyama, a creative genius has proved it to be true. Born in 1968 in Nagano, Japan, Shinichi started his professional career in Tokyo in 1993. His quest to look for more global opportunities, 10 years later after he started his career, he relocated his studio to New York City.
Talking about his creative artwork, Shinichi Maruyama specializes in splashing and energetic movements within shots. Subconsciously influenced by a Japanese sense of beauty, the
water sculptures by Shinichi Maruyama created by this artistic legend are not to mention simply superb.
Without sparing more time talking about his creative artwork let me take you to the journey of wonderful water sculptures by Shinichi Maruyama.
Creative minds from different disciplines when come together with some ideas in mind the results are always stupendous. Wavy Waste Landscape Installation is the best exemplar! Elise Morin, the renowned artist and Clémence Eliard the architect of SMALL MEDIUM LARGE -SML design studio in collaboration with the 104.fr collected, sorted and hand-sewed 65,000 CDs to come up with a shining waste landscape.
As the name hints, the ‘Waste Landscape’ was created as a comment on waste; life cycles, life of objects, different phases of an object and the environment itself. The used
CD that otherwise are destined to be thrown in the bin were not dumped instead used in a constructive and creative way to leave the spectators amazed.
Unbelievably, 65,00 CDs were collected, sorted out and sewed together to turn them into rolling hills of shiny aluminium installation. Stupendous glittering Waste Landscape is installed at the space of the Centquatre at the Halle d’Aubervilliers in Paris.
The combined efforts of the ingenious artist and an amazing architect commenting on waste resulted into the artwork that is the major source of attraction for the visitors and is undeniably worth applauding.
Occasionally, we come up with the creative ideas of using usually day to day stuff to craft something worth applauding. Minute things which usually go unnoticed sometimes contribute in crafting stunning masterpieces. Remember the Peter Root’s Incredible City Made Up Of 100,000 Staples and Astonishing Toothpick Sculptures Created By Scott Weaver? Spectacular; weren’t they? Meet Mark Khaisman who using the packaging tapes crafts inimitable master pieces.
While most of us use packing tape on boxes, talented artist Mark Khaisman uses it as a paint brush, painstakingly layering 2” swaths across fields of Plexiglas until the images revealed to come up with creative artworks worth being the part of any modern interior.
Ukranian born artist Marc Khaisman never knew that one day he would be known for the artworks crafted out of packaging tape. Originally, he was trained as an architect, but now he uses an packing tape to create amazing artworks.
Khaisman lives and works in Philadelphia. His creative mind has the ability to create luminous, thought-provoking pieces of art with a commonplace medium that otherwise is considered to just be used for packaging boxes.
Buying gift for our loved ones is one difficult task for many as some of us get confused while others fall short of time to go to the store and pick some gift for the special occasion. Giving cash in the packet sounds to lame. What could be the smart solution? Money origami!
I mean it can definitely be one smart way to give your friends or family cash itself but in pretty creative way. Money card holders, gift cards, and cheques have become the thing of the past. Why not transform your money into beautiful hand-folded money origami in shape of long stemmed roses, sophisticated shirts, doll dresses, caps and much more.
By bending, twisting and folding the money, beautiful crafty money origami can be created; all that is needed is creative bent of mind and an image in mind as to what you want as the end product. The word of caution runs that you need to be really careful while handling the money; you have to create beautiful money origami without tearing it apart.