“What’s this made of?” : Ten Most Interesting Mediums in Art

“What’s this made of?” : Ten Most Interesting Mediums in Art

In the present generation of Artists, anything and everything is up for grabs when it comes to creating Art. For some, the crazier the medium, the more exciting the artwork! Of course, a lot of them are truly bizarre, as you must have seen in one of our other posts: Five Artists whose works will make you squirm.

This week Artsome tells you about ten of the most innovative mediums used by artists around the world to create impressive works of art.

1. Bicycles – Ai WeiweiForever Bicycles - Ai Weiwei | So yeah I know, I am late wit… | Flickr

2. LED Lights – Yayoi KusumaYayoi Kusama | Infinity Mirrored Room - The Souls of Million… | Flickr

3. Shark in Formaldehyde Solution – Damien HirstFile:Shark83.JPG - Wikimedia Commons

4. Bindis – Bharti KherBharti Kher - 62 Artworks, Bio & Shows on Artsy

5. Bartans (Steel Utensils) – Subodh GuptaFile:Subodh Gupta, Very Hungry God, 2006.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

6. LEGO Bricks – Nathan SawayaYellow at The Art of the Bricks by Nathan Sawaya | via Insta… | Flickr

7. Sand – Andy Moss and Jamie WordleyAndy Moss Jamie Wardley Sand In Your Eye 7 | A Skeptical Designer

8. Rain – Random InternationalRANDOM INTERNATIONAL

9. Drapery – Christo and Jeanne-ClaudeChristo and Jeanne-Claude - Valley Curtain, 1970-72

10. Umbrellas – Sextafeira Produções, AgitaguedaNew Colorful Canopy of Umbrellas Graces the Streets of Portugal