Strange and Beautiful Portraits Of Iconic Starlets By Kim Byungkwan via Behance Time to look at some weird portraits where you can’t really see the faces – as if someone had deliberately messed them up so they couldn’t be recognized. But they didn’t. Kim Byungkwan from Korea intentionally paints portraits with a kind of distorted … Continue reading Strange and Beautiful Portraits Of Kim Byungkwan
Classical Paintings Into Contemporary Urban Settings by Alexey Kondakov Instagram Alexey Kondakov is an Ukrainian art director who plays to integrate characters and scenes of classical paintings into contemporary photographs of the city of Kiev. Through these digital collages, we can observe the simple daily life that nymphs, gods and goddesses would live if they … Continue reading Classical Paintings Into Contemporary Urban Settings by Alexey Kondakov
All images © Eugenia Loli The Surreal and Pop World of Eugenia Loli On: Flickr| tumblr | Tictail | Collage artist Eugenia Loli uses photography scanned from vintage magazines and science publications to create bizarre visual narratives that borrow from aspects of pop art, dada, and traditional surrealism. … Continue reading The Surreal and Pop World of Eugenia Loli
Delicious Morbid Portraits by Igor Skaletsky on Behance Igor Skaletsky does have what it takes to be a collage master. Born in 1978 in Russia, this freelance illustrator has travelled in the hot spots of contemporary art, including Israel and Germany, to find his own visual identity. The result of this initiatory trip is a … Continue reading Delicious Morbid Portraits by Igor Skaletsky
"Every child is an artist. The problem is staying an artist when you grow up." P. Picasso - Pop Culture and Consumerism by Tony Futura Berlin-based digital artist Tony Futura creates surreal artworks that mock and poke fun at modern western culture, basing his artworks on pop culture and materialist objects. Despite taking on some … Continue reading Pop Culture and Consumerism by Tony Futura
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.