Art
Lifelike animals formed from shattered glass by Marta Klonowska

Lifelike animals formed from shattered glass by Marta Klonowska

From a distance, each furry little animal appears almost soft and fuzzy, but, upon closer inspection, viewers will recognize that the sculptures are actually formed with colorful shards of rigid glass. The artist selects a simple color palette for each creature, and attaches the pieces of glass to a metal framework that is covered with...
Darkness, Hair & Make-Up by Chris Schild

Darkness, Hair & Make-Up by Chris Schild

For German hairdressing Award Photo: Denise Krentz Styling: Andrea Kadler Hair & Make-Up: Chris Schild In 2000 Chris started hairdressing in his home town Cologne. He finished his training as a hairdresser in 2004 and started rightaway to work in different hairdressing salons. After this time he learned the creative work with make-up by many...
Pierre Kiandjan, digital art

Pierre Kiandjan, digital art

“Hello, my name is Pierre. I am a 27-year-old self-taught graphic designer from Paris, France. I studied broadcast technology and management sciences at Paris-Dauphine University, then I have worked as a broadcast producer in a French national public radio network.” Pierre Kiandjan: behance / website / facebook
Paintings by Chelin Sanjuan

Paintings by Chelin Sanjuan

Chelin’s paintings featured in surrealist and hyper-realistic style, mixing with modern fantasy, old elements with an optimistic and fresh narrative, full of messages, that give to her paintings a characteristic touch. Chelin Sanjuan: deviantArt / facebook Via: cuded.com
Salles De Spectacle, photography by Gilles Alonso

Salles De Spectacle, photography by Gilles Alonso

Symmetry takes center stage as architectural photographer Gilles Alonso shows off the spectacular composure of elaborate theaters in his series, Salles De Spectacle. The photographer visited about 30 performing arts halls across France and stood in the middle of each stage to capture his shots. The perspective of looking out across the empty seats allows...
Changes - L'Officiel Mexico, photography by Anairam

Changes – L’Officiel Mexico, photography by Anairam

Colaboration with Matthieu Bourel for L’Officiel Mexico Anairam: website / behance
Sunita Khedekar, paintings

Sunita Khedekar, paintings

“I am a Surrey, UK based artist. I paint on wide range of subjects including contemporary landscapes & abstract art. My favourite medium is acrylic on canvas. My paintings feature cheerful colours and unique texture quality. I love to paint, and am inspired by the whole concept of creativity; the idea that a blank canvas...
Joey Chou, illustration

Joey Chou, illustration

Joey Chou, illustrator who lives in sunny Los Angeles, enjoy making animation, books and art. Joey Chou, a 2006 graduate from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, is currently an animation artist for the Kung Fu Panda TV series at Nickelodeon. He has illustrated for several children’s books, self-published his own book, and most...
Pavel Antipov, paintings

Pavel Antipov, paintings

Pavel Antipov was born near Moscow (Hot’kovo) in 1979. He entered the Russian Academy of Arts in Saint-Petersburg at the faculty of painting in 2000. ​It is painting which is the most comfortable way for him to speak with viewers and himself. By his artworks he tries to ask rather than telling about significant things...
Amazing paper cut-out style, illustrations by Kimberly Jolanda

Amazing paper cut-out style, illustrations by Kimberly Jolanda

Kimberly Jolanda or simply Kim or KJ is a talented freelance digital artist based in the Netherlands who creates amazing paper cut-out style illustrations ‘digitally’ using her own unique technique that uses flowing curves along with watercolourish vibrant colors to achieve the effect. Kimberly Jolanda: website / facebook Via: whatanart.com
Otherworldly vehicles, paintings by Modestas Malinauskas

Otherworldly vehicles, paintings by Modestas Malinauskas

Canvases created by Modestas are professional and painted using a difficult and original technique. They lead us to a world of shiny fantasy that impress by their powerful colors and positive energy of dreams and play. Modestas Malinauskas: gallery Via: boredpanda.com
'Paint', a LEGO stop-motion short film by CheesyBricks

‘Paint’, a LEGO stop-motion short film by CheesyBricks

Filmmaker Jon Rolph, known as ‘CheesyBricks’ on YouTube, has recently released a fascinating stop-motion film that showed him recreating Piet Mondrian’s famous painting, Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow, entirely with LEGO bricks. His attention to detail in the short film is impressive—look out for his clever, subtle use of “paint strokes” created with...

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