Mark Wagner’s ‘Recycled’ Dollar Bill Collages Poke Fun at Money

Mark Wagner’s ‘Recycled’ Dollar Bill Collages Poke Fun at Money At a time when most Americans are counting their pennies and saving their dollars, artist Mark Wagner is cutting up cash and using it as art supplies. Wagner's latest series of works focus on the iconic one dollar bill - he uses its bevy of... Lire la suite →

Surreal Universe Illustration Of Daehyun Kim’s life

Surreal Universe Illustration Of  Daehyun Kim’s life Artist Daehyun Kim started to create his evocative, mystical Moonassi world out of ink while studying oriental painting in Seoul, South Korea, and has continued to grow it ever since. “The series is my life-time project,” the artist explains on his website. “ There is no specific background... Lire la suite →

Silly Illustrations Of Animals And Their Little Adventures By Shanghai Tango

Silly Illustrations Of Animals And Their Little Adventures By Shanghai Tango Artist on Tumblr Gao Youjun, aka Tango, is a popular Shanghai cartoonist on the Chinese social network Weibo. The artist draws brilliantly witty cartoons that are made all the more clever because of their incredible simplicity. By looking at the world in a different... Lire la suite →

Edgy fashion editorial collages by Stephanie Lopes Simoes

Edgy fashion editorial collages by Stephanie Lopes Simoes on Behance and Instagram Stephanie Lopes Simoes is a graphic designer from South Africa, now living and working in Antwerp, Belgium. Stephanie’s main focus lies on creating collage illustrations from fashion editorial photography. Her work keeps the editorial feel from the original photograph, yet by adding layers of... Lire la suite →

Generative illustrations by Janusz Jurek on Behance Polish designer Janusz Jurek has specialized in digital art and illustration over the years. His more recent work involves a lot of generative illustration. Unfortunately, he didn’t document his working technique, so we can only take a wild guess and imagine that he works with some programming tools.... Lire la suite →

Disturbing & Uncensored Artworks That Reflect Modern Society *shocking content*

 These images are aimed at an informed public! Disturbing & Uncensored Artworks That Reflect Modern Society more : Facebook – Instagram – DeviantArt At first glance, the colourful illustrations of Spanish artist Gunsmithcat (aka Luis Quiles) look innocent enough, until you look a little closer. His work is a unique combination of real-life events and current... Lire la suite →

Swirling Illustrations by James R. Eads

Swirling Illustrations by James R. Eads Explore Human Connections and the Natural World On Tumblr Multi-disciplinary artist and illustrator James R. Eads plays with motion and color to render harmonizing illustrations of people and nature. With swirling van Gogh inspired skies and percussive strokes of color, his style is well-suited for meditations on human connection... Lire la suite →

Destino: A Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney Collaboration Circa 1945

  Destino: A Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney Collaboration Circa 1945 ‘A magical display of the problem of life in the labyrinth of time.’ –Salvador Dalí The film Destino tells the story of Chronos, the personification of time and the inability to realize his desire to love for a mortal. The scenes blend a series... Lire la suite →

The Bold Minimalist Style of French Artist Malika Favre

The bold minimalist style of french artist Malika Favre on twitter and instagram. Malika Favre is a French Illustrator based in London with a penchant for the “Less Is More” maxim.  Looking at her body of work this becomes visibly apparent as illustration after illustration displays vivid colors & patterns across swathes of negative space.  The combination... Lire la suite →

NSFW – Malika Favre’s Animated Kama Sutra Alphabet

      NSFW - Malika Favre’s Animated Kama Sutra Alphabet See: The Kama Sutra/letters In 2011, illustrator and graphic designer Mailka Favre was commissioned by Penguin Books to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic Cover of the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana. Using the first 7 letters she illustrated for the commission as a starting point,... Lire la suite →

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