Artist seamlessly merges everyday objects into art creations
British artist Aravis Dolmenna has a very unconventional technique when it comes to creating her art. She makes use of random objects that she finds around the house for her beautiful creations. (Photo: Instagram/ @aravisdolmenna)
British artist Aravis Dolmenna has a very unconventional technique when it comes to creating her art. She makes use of random objects that she finds around the house for her beautiful creations. (Photo: Instagram/ @aravisdolmenna)
Who would've thought that ballgowns made of lettuce leaves could look so pretty.
Who would've thought that ballgowns made of lettuce leaves could look so pretty.
This seahorse is blowing milk bubbles.
This seahorse is blowing milk bubbles.
The drink is spilt but we are still thirsty.
The drink is spilt but we are still thirsty.
A portrait of Thetis - a water nymph.
A portrait of Thetis - a water nymph.
Here's a panda that every tea drinker will love.
Here's a panda that every tea drinker will love.
These sheep have buttons in place of wool.
These sheep have buttons in place of wool.
We wonder how high up the heads of these giraffes are.
We wonder how high up the heads of these giraffes are.