Drawings
Loui Jover, paintings

Loui Jover, paintings

“Right now I like making ink drawings on adhered together sheets of vintage book paper, there is a fragility to these images that I find interesting (as if the wind may blow them away at any moment) and the hand drawn stark black lines against the intricate printed words of the book pages offer a...
Incredible realistic portrait pencil drawings by Bereaved

Incredible realistic portrait pencil drawings by Bereaved

Bereaved: deviantArt Via: cuded.com
Stunningly intricate and elegant drawings on Nissan Skyline GTR

Stunningly intricate and elegant drawings on Nissan Skyline GTR

While tuning up his Nissan Skyline GTR sports car, one auto enthusiast, together with his talented and supremely dedicated artist wife, accidentally stumbled upon an amazing way to give their sleek silver vehicle an unforgettable paintjob. The car enthusiast, who is a member of the U.S. Military, hated the car’s silver color. One evening, he...
I Don't Like Clothes, fashion illustrations by Dadu Shin

I Don’t Like Clothes, fashion illustrations by Dadu Shin

An ongoing series of fashion illustrations. See more here: Idontlikeclothes.tumblr.com Dadu Shin: behance
Psychedelic art by Pasquale Gelorini

Psychedelic art by Pasquale Gelorini

“I’m an Italian artist… I like to explore the human soul through the expressions of the face… moments of life… emotions, fears.” Pasquale Gelorini: tumblr / instagram
Ultra-realistic portraits in black ink dots by Pablo Jurado Ruiz

Ultra-realistic portraits in black ink dots by Pablo Jurado Ruiz

Armed with nerves of steels, artist Pablo Jurado Ruiz creates incredibly detailed portraits by adding thousands of tiny ink dots to a white canvas. Talking about his creative approach, he explains: “With a creative concept based primarily on human representation, I try to tell stories through a minimalist and subtle vision. My current work is...
World class badminton players, illustration by Vince Low

World class badminton players, illustration by Vince Low

Vince Low: behance
Sebastian Eriksson, surreal art

Sebastian Eriksson, surreal art

“I’m Seb Eriksson and I want to capture those odd things which camera can not. I usually use charcoal, pastel or oil colors to make dark, mysterious and unpredictable artworks. I get inspiration from many sources in life. Dream sequences, feelings, memories, what I see in nature and sometimes movies. Making art has been my...
The Inscending Spiral: Head Shots by James Roper

The Inscending Spiral: Head Shots by James Roper

This series takes the actors ‘head shot’ portrait photograph, a must have item for any wannabe Hollywood actor, and attempts to dig deep beyond the superficial glossy surface, extracting hidden depths and forms. In the vein of vintage ectoplasm photographs of the early 20th century, each ‘Head Shot’ is layered with excretions and shifting surfaces,...
Photo-realistic graphite drawings by Monica Lee

Photo-realistic graphite drawings by Monica Lee

Malaysian artist Monica Lee is obsessed with details. “I like to challenge myself with complex portraits especially people with freckles or beard,” says Lee, who often works from photographic portraits to create seemingly identical drawings. Monica Lee: instagram / facebook Via: thisiscolossal.com
Fiona Tang, drawings

Fiona Tang, drawings

“I am an Artist in progress living in Vancouver and am currently attending Emily Carr University of Art and Design. I started doing art a couple of years ago, and despite my parents disapproval, I have stuck to and fought for my art. I love sketching, to the point where I will catch myself looking...
Bryan Dunn regularly draws on his son’s lunch bags

Bryan Dunn regularly draws on his son’s lunch bags

Bryan Dunn is a graphic designer, illustrator and loving father who regularly draws on his son’s brown lunch paper bags. The lucky kid recently finished first grade, which gave the dad a symbolic opportunity to revisit his amusing project and select his favorite illustrations from the past year. “I draw all the time, I decided...

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