Art
Aurora Borealis, photography by Joni Niemelä

Aurora Borealis, photography by Joni Niemelä

Northern Lights – 17th March 2013 – South Ostrobothnia, Finland “I’m a naturephotographer from Finland where most of my photos are also from. Though I like to capture moments from various things in nature my favorite subjects are world of macro and those little details that usually gets unnoticed. I try to transfer all those...
Portraits of girls by Alice Macarova

Portraits of girls by Alice Macarova

These works was made during half year. Such styles like art-deco and modern impressed me a lot. So I was captured by idea to depict my friends in decorative manner. Alice Macarova: behance
Аlla Sviridenko, paintings

Аlla Sviridenko, paintings

In batik art Alla found for herself an optimal form of the creative self – expression. She enjoys primarily the fact that silk painting always has space for improvisation, that in batik technique one can solve not only formally decorative but also tasks of emotional and image character. Alla’s favourite topics in work are the...
Predators, 3d interpretation of vector graphics by Maxim Shkret

Predators, 3d interpretation of vector graphics by Maxim Shkret

Many thanks to my friend Alice Macarova for help and inspiration. Software: 3d max, Vray, Zbrush, CS5 Maxim Shkret: behance
Digital Art by Simon Goinard

Digital Art by Simon Goinard

Simon Goinard: website Via: cuded.com
Jacqui Malins Art: Fossilised water and petrified air - March 2014

Jacqui Malins Art: Fossilised water and petrified air – March 2014

“In 2012 I spent a few weeks in the Kimberley region of WA. I loitered at the Broome Bird Observatory on Roebuck Bay, went on a sailing and bushwalking trip up through the Buccaneer Archipelago and went walking and camping in the Bungle Bungle. Like most tourists, I was there in the dry season, but...
Moises Hergueta, illustration

Moises Hergueta, illustration

Moises Hergueta: website / behance
Ruddy Taveras, incredibly realistic oil paintings

Ruddy Taveras, incredibly realistic oil paintings

Although these pictures look like ordinary photographs of fruits and mundane objects, don’t be fooled – they are oil paintings on canvas made by young artist Ruddy Taveras from the Dominican Republic. Taveras, who is 29 years old, joined the National School of Fine Arts in Santo Domingo ten years ago. In 2008, he decided...
Eliška Turanská, art walls

Eliška Turanská, art walls

Big scale pictures Big scale wall-pictures can make the right impression, instead of decorating with smaller removable pictures. Even this is artwork wall; still it is the individual piece of art which is completing the design of the whole space. “My practice in architecture led me to use of natural building materials. Having experience with...
Cats - Animal rescue non profit campaign by Andres Hernandez

Cats – Animal rescue non profit campaign by Andres Hernandez

Animal rescue campaign / Art exhibition About Andres Hernandez: “Passionate about visual arts. In love with light and darkness. Amazed with natural beauty.” Andres Hernandez: website / behance
Color tales project. Red series by Anka Zhuravleva

Color tales project. Red series by Anka Zhuravleva

Anka was born on December 4, 1980. She spent her childhood with books on art and her mothers’ drawing tools, covering acres of paper with her drawings. In 1997 she entered the Moscow Architectural Institute deciding to follow in her mothers’ footsteps. But at the end of 1997 her mother was diagnosed with cancer and...
Champ snuggling with baby chicks, photos by Candice Sedighan

Champ snuggling with baby chicks, photos by Candice Sedighan

So how did Champ, the 11-year-old senior dog, take to the young baby chicks? “Initially I was unsure about how Champ would react to them,” Candice says. “I carefully introduced him to just one chick in my hand to see how he would react while I was petting it. He didn’t mind the chick at...

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