Artist DarkAngelØne Creates Strange Animated GIFs On Google + DarkAngelØne creates gorgeous animations from the work of other artists. He has severely limited vision, and is almost blind. He uses various assistive devices so that he can create these GIFs. via: I need a guide
Tiny Paintings on Wood Pieces by Gracemere Woods American artist Kimera Wachna quitted her office to open her online shop Gracemere Woods and sell her very beautiful creations made in collaboration with her partner Yuichi Watanabe. With a particular affinity to nature, she chose the medium of painting and (recycled) wood to draw adorable … Continue reading Tiny Paintings on Recycled Wood Pieces by Gracemere Woods
All images and art are copyright of Laura Moriarty. Photographs used with permission. Psychedelic geode-like sculptures by Laura Moriarty New York-based visual artist Laura Moriarty has an unusual use for beeswax, and it’s not for lip balm or candles. Rather, the self-taught artist dyes and melts beeswax to make brilliant geode-like sculptures. These highly pigmented … Continue reading Psychedelic geode-like sculptures by Laura Moriarty
Stunnig Hyper Realistic Paintings Of Drive In Movie Theaters by Andrew Valko Nostalgia for the 50’s and 60’s, when the American empire was at its height of it’s self-involved powers, usually involves something to do with cars. In Andrew Valko drive-in paintings he uses current and formerly famous people such as Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, … Continue reading Stunnig Hyper Realistic Paintings Of Drive In Movie Theaters by Andrew Valko
Animated GIF Series Showcases the Striking Beauty of Flowers as They Fully Blossom Touched by Strangers of Yutaka Kitamura here. on Facebook, Twitter and Google Tired of the harsh, winter months that seem to go on forever? Here’s a little touch of spring to compensate. These lovely time-lapse collection of flowers blooming were painstakingly created not by one, but … Continue reading Animated GIF Series Showcases the Striking Beauty of Flowers as They Fully Blossom
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Impressive Erotic illustrations Of Apollonia Saintclair on Tumblr - Behance -Society6 Ink is my blood. I draw for my own sake and for your pleasure. As a long-time resident of the Old World, I split my time between the kitchen and my studio.' Apollonia Saintclair. She creating neo-noir surrealist sexscapes. Apollonia Saintclair, the artist who’s collected thousands … Continue reading _NSFW_ Impressive Erotic Illustrations Of Apollonia Saintclair
The Colorfully Psychedelic Art of Jen Stark Paper is a cheap and accessible medium that can produce beautiful results. However, it requires meticulous skill to expertly maneuver and manipulate the fragile material. Luckily, artist Jen Stark possesses the ability to utilize the medium, reveal new ways of viewing its construction, and expose its beauty. We've … Continue reading The Colorfully Psychedelic Art of Jen Stark
Censored & Tendentious Collages By Naro Pinosa Based in Spain, digital artist Naro Pinosa creates imaginative collages, which he mainly shares on his Instagram. Whether it be Greek sculptures or classical paintings, he takes this imagery and layers them on the photographs in an absurd manner. By combining the old and the new with a … Continue reading Censored & Tendentious Collages By Naro Pinosa
Chimerical Sculptures by John Morris The works of John Morris spring from exhaustive sketching and illustration, drawing on intensive research. Subjects include skeletal bone, muscular structure and the imagery of fashion photography. Often, prosthetic limbs and super-accentuated body part proportions tie the pieces together, bringing to mind the surreal imagery of anime and the comic strip … Continue reading Chimerical Sculptures by John Morris
Enchanting Photographic Fantasies by Margarita Kareva Russian photographer Margarita Kareva is both the subject and author of a fairy tale. Just three short years into her photography career, and she has already carved out a niche. _ Specializing in images that beautifully transform her female subjects into princesses and witches alike, there is a … Continue reading Enchanting Photographic Fantasies by Margarita Kareva
16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco 16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco Philadelphia Museum of Art Valparaíso, Chile Seoul, South Korea Lima, Peru Wuppertal, Germany Sicily, Italy Rio de Janeiro, Brasil credits: jr-art.net Stairs to the musical theater in Seoul, South Korea Stairs to the musical theater in Seoul, South Korea Stairs of Peace in Syria … Continue reading Awesome Stairs Street Art Colorful Around The World
Magical World of Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford Australia-based photographer Steve Axford loves to travel to the remotest corners of the earth, capturing the lives of people, animals, and most importantly, fungi. His fascinating photographs of the diverse world of fungi seem to picture a fantastic expedition to some distant alien world. And … Continue reading Magical World of Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford
Comic Book Portraits by Sandra Chevrier Mixed media on woven paper paintings where she uses traditional mediums combined with actual pages from comic books to create her colorful and lively pieces by montreal based artist Sandra Chevrier. Kai Fine Art
Flower Bouquets Frozen in Blocks of Ice by Makoto Azuma Over the weekend, a factory two hours North West of Tokyo, in a small town in Saitama, was converted into an art gallery. Botanical artist Azuma Makoto and his team were putting on an installation and, when they were done, 16 large blocks of ice … Continue reading Flower Bouquets Frozen in Blocks of Ice by Makoto Azuma
A Woman Made of Candles sculpture A.F.Vandevorst have sculpted a life-size sculpture of a sleeping woman. This wax woman embedded with 250 kg of candle wicks was made by Lenn Cox. Over the one month course of the Arnhem Mode Biennale 2011, the candle burnt down day by day, melting and transforming throughout the duration of … Continue reading A Woman Made of Candles sculpture
Federico Babina Create Posters Illustrating The Houses Of Famous Writers Universe Federico Babina is an Italian architect and illustrator. Through this project, he showed the houses of great authors, classical or contemporary, of the world : Kerouac, Orwell, Shakespeare, Camus, Kundera, Auster or Bukowski and Fante. Each illustrated house features a shape echoing with … Continue reading Federico Babina Create Awesome Posters Illustrating The Houses Of Famous Writers Universe
Lip Art Makeup – The amazing creative lips by Girl Grey Beauty Instagram In line with the creative make-ups by Tal Peleg, here are today the Lip Art creations of the Canadian makeup artist Andrea Reed, aka Girl Grey Beauty, who turns the lips of her models into true works of art, including a lovely reference … Continue reading Lip Art Makeup – The amazing creative lips by Girl Grey Beauty Instagram
Paige Bradley Creates Cracked Light Sculpture With Bronze And Electricity California-born artist Paige Bradley has often been the receiver of awards and the creator of very beautiful and inspired sculptures, one of which is her stunning work Expansion. A Her meditation transcend her so much that her skin is crackled and reveal an unexpected luminous … Continue reading Fascinating Cracked Light Sculpture With Bronze And Electricity
Mystical landscapes and enchanted forests by Ellie Davies Ellie Davies' studio is the forest, creating magical, fairytale-like stills throughout the UK. Davies has been exploring this terrain for the past seven years, attempting to uncover the complex interrelationships between landscape and the individual. Davies creates both temporary and non-invasive interventions within each forested scene. … Continue reading Mystical landscapes and enchanted forests by Ellie Davies
Stephen McMennamy’s Mashups Result in Humorous Juxtapositions On Instagram | Tumblr Photographer Stephen McMennamy merges his original photography in humorous ways to create what he calls #ComboPhotos: two photos paired to create unexpected situations, usually involving huge constrasts in scale. Tractors and heavy machinery are turned into giant mechanisms for food delivery, while an ice … Continue reading Stephen McMennamy’s Mashups Result in Humorous Juxtapositions
MY NEON DOLL by Mystery Ladies A pretty doll escaped from a 90s VHS dressed in fluo comes alive and plays between the shadow and the light. It is the blacklight performance of Lilou, great accustomed of the shows on stage, she accepted to take up the challenge of this graphic and aesthetic video between … Continue reading “My Neon Doll” by Mystery Ladies on Vimeo (nsfw)
Scribbled Wire Sculptures by David Oliveira Facebook. Lisbon-born sculptor David Oliveira creates delicate figurative sculptures using wire that’s formed to look like manically drawn ink sketches on top of photographs. Some pieces are even hung by invisible filament creating the illusion of hovering in place Oliveira explores the potential of line and space through his … Continue reading David Oliveira’s floating sculptures made of wire
Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright The photographing of the images was only part of the project though. To get the final result Wright had in mind, he had to print them life-size, as 4’x6′ prints, where they were then displayed earlier this year in the Paula Cooper Gallery in … Continue reading Photographs of Sunsets as Reflected through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright
Delicate Paper Art by Pippa Dyrlaga To check out more of Pippa Dyrlaga's work, visit her Facebook page, her website, and @BearFollowsCat on Instagram.
Blendscapes by Oriol Angrill-Jorda Oriol Angrill-Jord is a Spanish illustrator who works with a variety of media including pastels, watercolors, colored pencil, acrylics, graphite and charcoal. Strangely enough Jorda never planned to work in the realm of art. He had no interest in art until he studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, and realized he had … Continue reading Blendscapes by Oriol Angrill Jorda
Amazing Animal Sculptures by Courtney Timmermans American artist Courtney Timmermans creates beautiful taxidermy-inspired animal sculptures using thousands of air rifle BBs, in this series entitled “Urban Herd”. on Jean Albano Gallery, here. via Artsy
Melissa McCracken Sees Colors in Music and Paints Your Favorite Songs on Etsy| Facebook Melissa McCracken is a synesthete. This means that the music she hears is translated into a flow of texture of texture and colors. Melissa states 'Synesthesia, although not disorientating, can sometimes leave me at odds trying to describe what … Continue reading Melissa McCracken Sees Colors in Music and Paints Your Favorite Songs
Beauty secret: organic papaya face mask and vegan gluten free cucumber slices Christmas dinner!! Organic gluten free vegan fit life begins tomorrow Half an hour on the elliptical counts as leg day, right? Literally so dead right now. Frolicking through the forest, feeling like an Autumn-Winter princess in my DIY flower crown and faux-vegan-fur cape! … Continue reading Lifestyle Chronicles of Skeleton Girl on instagram
Max Cooper - Order From Chaos (official video by Maxime Causeret) The video is described by Cooper as “a beautiful humanized exploration of life and emergence.” On Facebook Dynamic, colourful patterns represent the way organisms interact and evolve in the visuals for Max Cooper's latest music video, which was directed by Maxime Teresuac. h/t:dezeen The video … Continue reading Hypnotizing Visualizes Cellular Biology by Maxime Causeret for Max Cooper’s music video “Order from Chaos”
Three-Dimensional Landscapes Formed with Layered Photographs by Nobuhiro Nakanishi Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi creates sculptural works that attempt to preserve a singular moment in the natural word, capturing deeply pigmented sunsets and brightly-lit forests in a series he's titled Layer Drawings. He captures the accumulation of time in his transparent sculptures which show several instants … Continue reading Three-Dimensional Landscapes Formed with Layered Photographs by Nobuhiro Nakanishi
The Secret Life of Heroes. Pop Art Illustrations on Behance Characters from pop culture also have dark secrets and private life that it’s finally possible to discover through a series of paintings made by Grégoire Guillemin. Inspired by Lichtenstein Pop Art style, he reveals the behind the scenes through a very graphic and colorful series.
Type it in Color: Tyree Callahan's Chromatic Typewriter on Flickriver American painter converted old typewriter from 1930s into a machine that prints colors instead of letters. Tyree Callahan , who was born in Bisbee, Arizona and now lives in Washington, says his creation came about through an experiment. He wanted to add type to a … Continue reading Type it in Color: Tyree Callahan’s Chromatic Typewriter
Alexander Harding Creates Ethereal Spaces Using Sunlight As His Subject One of the most integral aspects of photography is the utilization of light. For his series, “Visible Light,” photographer Alexander Harding uses this vital resource as his subject. Harding manipulates natural sunlight, refracting it to create ethereal spaces filled with the soft luminescence of the … Continue reading Alexander Harding Creates Ethereal Spaces Using Sunlight As His Subject
Richard Silver's Impressive Vertical Panoramas of Churches Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Behance The interiors of religious structures are undoubtedly some of the most breathtaking architectural wonders of the world. Ornate atriums, elaborate altarpieces, vivid stained glass — photographer Richard Silver has been uniquely capturing these architectural wonders since be began photographing church ceilings … Continue reading Richard Silver’s Impressive Vertical Panoramas of Churches
Etheral portraits by digital illustrator Anna Dittmann DeviantArt Anna Dittmann's paintings are a sight to behold: ethereal portraits inspired by nature that look like they're watercolor or ink, but are in fact digital masterpieces. Anna's no stranger to Tuts+, having created a tutorial for the site this past June. I was absolutely delighted this month to … Continue reading Etheral portraits by digital illustrator Anna Dittmann
The Darkside Of Barbie by MARIEL CLAYTON She is an icon! She is a role model for generations of young girls! Always good-looking, politically correct. Yes that’s Barbie! We have always known that she has a dark side! MARIEL CLAYTON has imagined what Barbie's adventures might look like if she were seized with murderous … Continue reading The Darkside Of Barbie by MARIEL CLAYTON (NSFW)
Installations by Chiharu Shiota: Haunting Thread Art Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota has lived and worked in Berlin for 20 years, and is known for intricate works that explore the complex relationship between the body and the mind. Mapping elusive sensations of emotion and memory, many of Shiota’s site-specific, large-scale installations incorporate everyday objects, such as clothing, … Continue reading Installations by Chiharu Shiota: Haunting Thread Art
Double Exposure Portraiture by Aneta Ivanova Behance Aneta Ivanova is a 23-year old self-taught & self-employed photographer and Computer Science student. Born in Varna, Bulgaria she currently resides and studies in Germany. Her interest in photography started at the age of 13, and she has not stopped since. Her first interests included shooting experimental … Continue reading Double Exposure Portraiture by Aneta Ivanova
Horrifying Mini-Figurines by Jessica Harrison Artist Jessica Harrison’s work deals with “the body in space, the space within the body and the space in-between the two.”“My work is based on physiological, philosophical and psychoanalytical research into the body and its senses, focusing in particular on the role of touch in our experience of objects and … Continue reading Horrifying Mini-Figurines by Jessica Harrison
Makeup Artist Paints an Incredible 3D Snake Slithering Across Her Lips Facebook | Instagram A Canadian artist Mimi Choy has again proven herself as the queen of optical illusion makeup. Through her 3D snake painting onto her lips, it become a viral sensation. Mimi is based in Vancouver and works as a makeup artist for … Continue reading Makeup Artist Paints an Incredible 3D Snake Slithering Across Her Lips
Dorota Pankowska Creates 13 Different Animals Out of a Combination of 13 Perfect Circles Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Everyone’s favorite blue bird—the Twitter logo—has a well-kept secret hidden in its design: the iconic character was created using 13 perfect circles that overlap and comprise its graceful curved wings and upward gaze. Inspired by this little-known … Continue reading Dorota Pankowska Creates 13 Different Animals Out of a Combination of 13 Perfect Circles
Spectacular Nail Sculptures - Marcus Levine Marcus Levine is an artist with a unique approach to sculpture. Use nails, with a set of hammering at different heights and distances to compose impressive works up 50,000 nails. His works of art can contain from 15,000 to 200,000 nails, depending on their size and complexity. Levine began his … Continue reading Spectacular Nail Sculpture by Marcus Levine
Warren du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones' Merging Bodies Nick Thornton Jones takes gorgeous, high-saturation photos of models utilizing an overlapping technique that exoticizes the inherent form of his models. Using bright, neon-fruit colors and the kind of post silhouettes of Bond Girls in tight spandex, Jones creates an intoxicating new take on a nostalgic … Continue reading Warren du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones’ Merging Bodies
Rainbow Grapes ThatIrishFella Transcoloration Report Autumn Colors Report Arrow David Lecler Fall Transition Scott Bideau Fall From Grace Report All Seasons In One Leaf coolcoolcool Carrot Spectrum Report Seasons Changing TheBrohemian Rainbow Trees, Aspen, Colorado Joe Morahan Tomatoes Emily Blincoe Rainbow Leaf Alex Horodinca Autumn Rainbow Clousey Report Glass … Continue reading Photos Reveal The Full Spectrum Of Autumn’s Colors
Splendid Geometrical Paintings By Georgy Kurasov Inspired by geometric art Russian painter George Kurasov creates incredibly beautiful figurative images of sensual women and scenes from Greek mythology. Artist was born in St. Petersburg in 1958 and still lives and works in the same place. In 1977 he entered the sculpture department of the Academy of Arts and he … Continue reading Splendid Geometrical Paintings By Georgy Kurasov
Beautiful Percutant Portraits Of Endangered Animals Around The World animals Manila-based artist Patrick Cabral is creating elaborate paper cut artworks of animals to protect wildlife in the Philippines. He is selling the artistic portraits of wild animals that are currently endangered and already has been donating 50% of proceeds from these works to the World … Continue reading Beautiful Percutant Portraits Of Endangered Animals Around The World animals
Spectacular Old Watch Steampunk Sculptures by Sue Beatrice
Sue Beatricel aka (All Natural Arts) is an artist who recycles old vintage watch parts and turns them into beautifully intricate sculptures. This true jack-of-all-trades is also a talented sand sculptor and painter, and uses her many talents to perfect her watch sculptures. Beatrice writes that her recycled sculptures are “Earth-friendly and artistic items sensitive to the limits of our natural resources.
Photographer Uses Light to Paint Beautifully Animated GIFs
NYC-based photographer Lucea Spinelli does something amazing with light in her photographs, she paints with it. Using empty park benches and swings as her backdrop Spinelli creates waves of animated light and pathways that mimic fireflies, rainbows and even ghostly human figures. The GIFs are created by taking multiple long exposure shots of the light to create the streak effect.
Shooting Sea Fireflies Lighting Up the Rocks On a Japanese Beach
This series of images was made using bio-luminescent shrimp as the blue light source. It was photographed in Okayama, Japan, which is home to these rare and beautiful creatures. The bio-luminescent shrimp are scientifically known as Vargula hilgendorfii, but are more commonly referred to as sea fireflies and locally known as “umihotaru.” They are 3mm in length and live in the sand in shallow sea water, usually in the range between high and low tide. They feed at night which means they are actively swimming in the water close to shore.
There is something magical about shooting bio-luminescence. Working together with friends to capture it in a photo makes the experience even more enjoyable. We look forward to the fall when we will shoot some bio-luminescent mushrooms for the first time. Hopefully we can share those images with…
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Breathtaking Surreal Self Portraits by Rachel Baran, Flickr / Facebook 22 years old U.S-based photographer Rachel Baran creates powerful surreal and conceptual self portraits. A photographer who creates beautiful images—who leads us into a strange and amazing world, both dark and naive, flirting with surrealism with a lot of poetry and onirism.
Anatomical Illustrations by Michael Reedy Michael Reedy has created a beautifully grotesque series of anatomical figure drawings. His ability to use and omit color when needed shows his refined intuition for composure. Michael is technically schooled in anatomy and has been able to artistically render images we would normally see in a science textbook.
Be warned, looking into somebody else’s eyes might never be the same again after seeing the following pictures by Suren Manvelyan.
He captures the human eye with macro photography and this look into our windows of the soul is simply unbelievable.
I don’t know how much the iris structure of a person tells you about the personality but I would love to take that close look at the eyes of my friends.
It is quite natural when you shoot macro shots of insects and plants, but to try to make a picture of the eye? I did not expect these results. I was not aware they are of such complicated appearance. Everyday we see hundreds of eyes but do not even suspect they have such beautiful structure, like surfaces of unknown planets.
Beautiful Vintage Embroidered jewerly By Marta Krajewska Etsy "Every time I make embroidered jewerly, I fully engage myself. For every single embroidery i spent many hours and prepare several projects. My jewerly can be characterized trough two aspects excelent quality and perfect finish. In my work I use only natural materials – cotton, linen and … Continue reading Beautiful Vintage Embroidered jewerly By Marta Krajewska
Land Art in Egypt: The Beautiful Geometry of Desert Breath Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty has a rival. Enlivening the Sahara Desert sands outside El Gouna in Egypt, the beautiful Desert Breath installation is a mind-blowing example of land art that has attracted art lovers since 1997. Designed by Danae Stratou, Alexandra Stratou and Stella Constantinides, the piece was dug … Continue reading Land Art in Egypt: The Beautiful Geometry of Desert Breath
Goût de pêche, fruit de ma soif, Fruit de partage et de désir, Souvenir d’enfant. Rêve en vie, Bonheur passé, L’été, Ton odeur je m’en souviens, Lorsque je te prenais entre mes doigts, Pour mieux goûter ta peau, Je mordais le fruit de ma vie. Petites boules rouges et noires, Je vous tenais tel des … Continue reading “Insouciance” by V.L.S.R (automatic writing)
Symbolic, Surreal Photography by Sean Mundy Flickr 22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy finds meaning and inspiration in his subjectivity, creating impassioned images which contain a wide variety of emotion. Simplistic and allegorical, Mundy offers personal glimpses into moments of self-doubt, confusion and pain. His artwork is left open to interpretation and offers more questions than answers due … Continue reading Symbolic, Surreal Photography by Sean Mundy
Creepy Photo Manipulations by Daunhaus Karina Marandjian is from Moscow, Russia. Like many of the great artists we feature, she is one of the first awe-inspiring Photomanipulater/Digital Artists also known as Daunhaus. Her bold range of blood, piercings, nails, moths is indeed fleshtastic.
Caution: these images can trigger an epileptic seizure! Designs In Motion by jameszanoni On tumblr
Splendid Sculptures made of Glass by Ben Young on Tumblr| Behance |Facebook Ben Young is a self-taught sculpture artist with over 10 years experience, based in Sydney, Australia. Being passionate about sculpting with glass for so long, Ben’s work is completely by hand, sheet after sheet of cautiously cut pieces of glass. We can imagine … Continue reading Splendid Sculptures made of Glass by Ben Young
Vois-tu le Soleil ? Les profondes douleurs que tu endures, Ce combat pour ta quiétude devient désespoir, Et l’abandon de tes rêves les plus essentiels, Ton âme en est meurtrie. Prise dans un tourbillon, Tu descends dans les ténèbres et tu meurs à chaque fois. Tu n’es que souffrance, Cherche et trouve qui tu es. … Continue reading Vois-tu le Soleil? by V.L.S.R (automatic writing)
Great shots on plant survival in hostile environments In the following examples you will see how will some plants can survive in the most hostile environments. Whether in asphalt or against a stone wall, in the middle of a tire dump or a shipwreck, nature takes over. For the moment. Source: wikilinks
Mes mains ont la mémoire de sa peau, Tes lèvres frileuses ont perdu le soyeux de ces mots caresses, Et le vide est devenu loi, La souffrance est ta couronne, Ton souffle se perd et, Ton corps s’éteint. Rage. Mélange somptueux et charnel, Message, héritage, tu ne réfléchis plus, Dans l’espace rempli de rien, Ma … Continue reading Souvenir Charnel by V.L.S.R (automatic writing)
Beautiful Surreal Dark Art by Leslie Ann O’Dell
Surreal Illustrations/photographs by Leslie Ann O’Dell.
Leslie is an intuitive visual artist photographer Leslie. She starts her creation mostly with her camera. Her work is emotional, tense, and a bit enigmatic.
Image credits: Philipp Götze Image credits: Naoto Tsujimoto Image credits: Lucas Portee Image credits: iwillbehomesoon Image credits: Nattapol Pornsalnuwat Image credits: Renate Dodell Image credits: Matthias Haker Image credits: Izidor Gasperlin Image credits: Matthias Haker Image credits: Matthias Hakez Image credits: Laszlo Gal Image credits: Guillaume Rio Image credits: Matthias Hake Image credits: Vincent Spanneut Image credits: Tony Antoniou Image credits: Matthias Haker Image credits: Matthias Haker … Continue reading Hypnotizing Spiral Staircase Photography
Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time by photographer Beth Moon American photographer Beth Moon has spent the past 14 years travelling the world in a quest to document the world’s biggest, rarest and oldest trees. Most have only survived thanks to their isolation on remote mountainsides, private estates, or nature preserves, but just a few maintain … Continue reading Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time by photographer Beth Moon
Wild horses by Andrew McGibbon Andrew McGibbon, is a photographer from South Africa. He wanted to play tribute to wild horses, with a collection of pictures named, “All the Wild Horses”, glorifying all animals curves. "For thousands of years the horse has been mankind's closest ally. The horse made travel and development possible. We tethered, … Continue reading Wild horses by Andrew McGibbon
Guido Argentini’s Silver Nude Models Italian snapper Guido Argentini takes a simple premise: painting his models silver, and executes it to stylish perfection. The result is “Argentum,” a project which sees a series of nude models in acrobatic poses and shot in a number of inventive scenarios. There is something about the choice of silver … Continue reading NSFW Guido Argentini’s Silver Nude Models
Conceptual Fine Art Photography by Oleg Oprisco on Behance Kiev-based photographer Oleg Oprisco continues to amaze with his surreal style of conceptual photography that makes use of a muted palette, unexpected props, and mysterious figures to paint images from a strange, dreamlike world.
Nicolas Rivals Weaves a Luminous Red line of in the Spanish countryside On Behance and Instagram “La Línea Roja” is a photography project by artist Nicolas Rivals. To create each image, Rivals ventured into the Spanish countryside and set up temporary light installations, creating an intriguing series of long exposure, night time photos. Via: … Continue reading Nicolas Rival Weaves a Luminous Red line in the Spanish countryside
Amusing and Witty Illustrations by Shusaku Takaoka Instagram Shusaku Takaoka is a Japanese graphic designer author of these witty and surprising illustrations. The artist is inspired by our modern society to juxtapose visuals who form a funny set and sometimes denouncing aspects of an ultra-consumer and over-connected world.
Ceramic Ladies Beautifully Covered with Tattoos by Jessica Harrison
Scotland-based artist Jessica Harrison creates unique porcelain sculptures with interesting juxtapositions.
In this new series, she applies full body tattoos to delicate women figurines.
Digital Artist Turns Real Animals Into Cubic Creations
RetoucherAditya Aryanto from Jakarta, Indonesia recently had a simple idea: what if real life animals looked more like the cubic creations in the game Minecraft ?
Curiosity sufficiently piqued, he took to Unsplash and Pixabay to find some great public domain images to play with, pulled them into Photoshop, and began liquifying curves into unnaturally straight lines. Before he knew it, he had everything from Tigers to Bunnies looking like they’d just been taken out of the box and hadn’t had time to really fluff out yet.
Surreal works By Yuchi Ikehata
Fragment of Long Term Memory is a fascinating series by Japanese artist Yuchi Ikehata, who blends sculpture, photography, wire, ceramics and paper to create surreal images, such as incomplete memories of her own body. A magnificent work between illusion and reality!
Coming from South Korea, Choi Xooang has been sculptig for almost 14 years now. Introduced to sculpture in an art school, he was immediately struck by the medium and the possibility of creating an actual and tangible object. Both fascinating and disturbing, Xooang’s figures show his concerns about human condition in the society. Although the intricate details make them as hyperrealistic as the works of Ron Mueck, Xooang’s sculptures are often surreal at the same time, having their bodies disorted or merged with other species. Open for numerous interpretations, they leave the viewer with unsettling feelings. But as the Korean artist said in a recent interview with Yatzer, “If one feels uncomfortable physically or mentally when viewing my work, I would say it worked.”
Inner and outer beauty by Luciana Rondolini
“The inner and outer beauty” is a series of beautiful jewelry works by Luciana Rondolini, talented artist and jeweler from Argentina. Tiffany Jewelry is a symbol of beauty, luxury and affluence. These works represent a variety of vegetables and fruits – dried, rotten, obviously not fresh. Outside these products are covered with jewels from Tiffany, but they are spoiled inside, thus she represents a very unusual symbiosis of beautiful and ugly. So often in life something or somebody beautiful has ugly internal component. The same as in life, sometimes, or often behind the beautiful appearance is hidden not so beautiful soul.
Lives of Grass: Living Sculptures by Mathilde Roussel
French artist Mathilde Roussel creates fantastic “living sculptures” made of recycled metal and fabric filled with soil and wheat grass seeds.
“Mathilde Roussel’s work is a sensible and symbolic research about the nature of physical life. She is interested in the cyclic metamorphoses that transform organic matter, whether vegetable, animal or human. Through her sculptures, or drawings, Roussel interrogates the ways in which time weighs on our body, leaving its traces as an imprint and thus creating an invisible archive of our emotions, a mute history of our existence. Skin becomes paper while our cells transform into graphite particles and our muscular tissues in thin membrane of flayed rubber. Her work becomes a mapping of the body, an anatomy of our fragile presence in the world.”
Sculptures Whale Bodies Symbolize The Six Realms Of Buddhism by Isana Yamada
Artist Isana Yamada’s tranquil graduation project is drawing the attention of admirers inside and outside the classroom. The Tokyo University of the Arts student recently revealed his creative submission for his school’s final exhibition. The piece, 輪廻 Samsara, depicts six whales “swimming” in an arching circle, meant to symbolize the circle of existence; with each whale representing one of the posthumous paths towards reincarnation. Inside the whales are beautiful submerged worlds, with submarine volcanoes, sailing ships, and a sea of clouds all contained within.
Onlookers were captivated by the intricate display, each whale transparent enough to provide a glimpse of an entire world contained within its body.
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Colorful Nw Architectural Watercolors by Maja Wronska
Architect and freelance illustrator Maja Wrońska continues to amaze with her beautifully executed watercolor paintings of iconic cityscapes from around the world. From London and Paris to Prague and even Disney Land, the Polish artist brings a colorful, dreamlike perspective to everything she paints. Wrońska has been extremely active since we first covered her work here back in 2012, see much more on Behance, on DeviantArt .Via: Behance
Jack Hardwicke – Cosmic
These completely out-of-this-world cosmic creations are created by
Brighton based Photographer Jack Hardwicke (aka The Eidophusikon).
Patternbank are loving theawesome clash of colours and the
otherworldly abstract qualities ofthese pieces. Are they photographs,
paintings, scientific experiments or
fragments from the outer regions of the universe – who knows?, but one
thing is for sure they are incredibly mesmerising and beautiful.
When She’s Not Drawing The Simpsons, Liz Climo Makes Funny Animal Comics Liz Climo: Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter | Books | Shop Step into the wonderfully wacky world of Liz Climo, where animals of all species enjoy witty jokes, adorable friendships, and everyday joys together. In her trademark style, the artist uses two panels and a minimalist, folksy style … Continue reading Wonderfully Animal Comics by Liz Climo
Surreal Darkly Animations by Bill Domonkos Working with photographs, film clips, and illustrations lost to time, San Francisco-based filmmaker and stereoscopist Bill Domonkos creates darkly humorous animated GIFs. The resurrected photos merged with modern animation are almost completely nonsensical in subject matter and yet perfect in their execution, the more random the better. Domonkos says: … Continue reading Surreal Darkly Animations by Bill Domonkos
Creatures Get Bejeweled into Crystal Critters by Tyler Thrashe Forget taxidermy—encrusting animal remains with crystals is the new best way to send your pets onto their next lives. Caver and wilderness man Tyler Thrasher began collecting cicadas and animal bones from long hikes and combining them with the mineral formations that enthralled him while exploring … Continue reading Creatures Get Bejeweled into Crystal Critters by Tyler Thrashe
Dream-Like Women Portraits by Ikenaga Yasunari Ikenaga Yasunari is a 1965-born Japanese artist. His paintings depict beautiful women, whose expressions and postures suggest a dreamy atmosphere. Ikenaga’s paintings also showcase exquisite textile pattern designs. His subjects are always women of modern times, but at the same time, the Nihonga painting style reflects ancient Japanese traditions, … Continue reading Dream-Like Women Portraits by Ikenaga Yasunari
"Poussière d’Etoiles" is a series produced by the French photographer Ludovic Florent. His project consisted in capturing dancers movement which were enhanced by adding flour. The powder leaves a trail behind, emphasizing the movement as in slow motion films or like there is a soul following them. Take a look at the astonishing effects obtained in the … Continue reading Majestic Dancers Photography by Ludovic Florent (nsfw)
Amazingly Realistic Tiny portraits by painter Lorraine Loots Instagram Cape Town-based artist Lorraine Loots, last featured for her 365 Postcards for Ants paintings, is back with new awesome miniature paintings. Her latest project titled ‘Potluck 100’ is a collection of 100 new miniature paintings to be done throughout 2015, over 25 weeks. Lorraine breakdowns her … Continue reading Amazingly Realistic Tiny portraits by painter Lorraine Loots
About 6 to 8 million cats and dogs enter shelters in the U.S. every year. Sadly, only half of them get a chance at a new, loving home. Holly Guinnevere Shuster Lady Guinnevere Shuster Anthony Guinnevere Shuster Louis Guinnevere Shuster Andie Guinnevere Shuster Star Guinnevere Shuster Chief Guinnevere Shuster Charlie Guinnevere Shuster Wyler Guinnevere Shuster … Continue reading Shelter Puts Dogs In A Photobooth To Get Them Adopted – The Results Were just Excellent!
Exquisite Interior Photos: Beauty of Italy’s Opulent Architecture captured by David Burdeny on Facebook | Instagram The series itself could be a study of Italy’s hidden heritage—from the unexpectedly colorful Castle of Sammezzano, an example Moorish Revival architecture that began construction in 1605 and has remained closed to the public for 25 years, to the … Continue reading Exquisite Interior Photos: Beauty of Italy’s Opulent Architecture captured by David Burdeny
Enigmatic and Artistic Self-Portraits by Noell Oszvald Flickr Noell Oszvald is a talented 25 years old self taught photographer and visual artist based in Budapest, Hungary. She does not consider herself a photographer, Noell shoots amazing aesthetically simple and black and white self-portraits.
Portraits of Siamese Fighting Fish by Visarute Angkatavanich on 500px Bangkok-based photographer Visarute Angkatavanich captures exquisite, surreal and elegant fish photographs of the multi-colored specifies. The intimate images feature a variety of breeds from goldfish to Siames fighting fish in a set of dramatic shots. Filmed against white or black backgrounds, Angkatavanich’s close-up portrait capture … Continue reading Portraits of Siamese Fighting Fish by Visarute Angkatavanich
Sculptor Matthew Simmonds Carves Realistic Interiors Into Marble and Stone Matthew Simmonds started out studying art history at University of Anglia, UK and found his real calling studying stone carving. He has a feel for classical architecture because he has worked on some restorations, including Westminster Abbey, and the cathedrals of Salisbury and Ely. Most … Continue reading Sculptor Matthew Simmonds Carves Realistic Interiors Into Marble and Stone
Blindness Light: Neon Lights Portraits By Javier Martín Spanish multidisciplinary artist Javier Martín has been preoccupied with concepts of perceived and intrinsic beauty for over ten years, from which sprung the “Blindness Collection”, an ongoing project that explores contemporary standards of beauty by appropriating their iconography to undermine their apparent perfection. One of the series … Continue reading Blindness Light: Neon Lights Portraits By Javier Martin
Beautiful dreamlike photo art by Hüseyin Şahin On Instagram A selection of the beautiful surreal collages of Huseyin Sahin, a Turkish artist and art director who leads us into a dreamlike and poetic universe. Visual artist Hüseyin Şahin blends together digital photographs to create stunning, surreal images that combine technology, nature and humankind. Take a look at few … Continue reading Beautiful dreamlike photo art by Hüseyin Şahin
Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Photography © Choi+Shine Architects Three Large Crocheted Urchins Decorated Singapore During The iLight Marina Bay Festival Choi+Shine Architects have … Continue reading Three Large Crocheted Urchins Decorated Singapore During The iLight Marina Bay Festival
This Cambodian Artist Is Taking Doodling To Another Level More info: Instagram Cambodian artist Visoth Kakvei masterfully brings together symbolism and style, and no sketchbook has enough pages for his creativity. The 27-year-old graphic designer usually draws his works freehand and the pieces take 3-6 hours to finish, but sometimes Kakvei feels it's not … Continue reading This Cambodian Artist Is Taking Doodling To Another Level
Traveling Landscapes: Miniature Landscapes to Travel by Kathleen Vance As part of her ongoing series titled Traveling Landscapes, New York-based artist Kathleen Vance constructs entire landscapes inside of old steamer trunks and repurposed luggage. Many of the pieces incorporate real running water, soil, and living plant life to form encapsulated environments, though others are constructed … Continue reading Traveling Landscapes: Miniature Landscapes to Travel by Kathleen Vance
3000-Year-Old Pharaoh Ramses II Statue Found In Cairo Slum: It’s “One Of The Most Important Discovery Ever” A team of German and Egyptian archaeologists made a colossal discovery on March 9th – literally and figuratively. Parts of a massive, 3000-year-old statue, which is believed to depict the legendary Pharaoh Ramses II, were found buried in … Continue reading 3000-Year-Old Pharaoh Ramses II Statue Found In Cairo Slum: It’s “One Of The Most Important Discovery Ever”