Ecuador based Javier Perez cleverly combines simple line drawn illustrations with real world objects, which he then photographs and shares via instagram.
Dutch artist Diet Wiegman has a varied portfolio of work which includes sculpture, painting and photography. But arguably his most creative works are these shadow sculptures most of which actually date back to the 1980s (Wiegman was born in 1944). You can browse more work on his Tumblr or find out more about Diet on Alofoto.
Vinyl sales are booming, so there’s plenty of wax for Hungarian artist Tamas Kanya to play around with. His recycled artworks are meticulously produced by taking cut-outs of old vinyl records and setting them against a yellow background to create these silhouette effects.
Michael Johansson’s Tetris-like arrangements caught our eye recently. The Swedish artist packs all manner of objects from keyboards and computers to furniture and cars, into well thought out, colourful installations as evidenced below.