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Pencil portraits by Gina Iacob

Pencil portraits by Gina Iacob

“I am a self-taught artist and I like creating pencil portraits. Right after I finish doing them in pencil, I like to add random spots of acrylic to give them a more personal touch. Here are few of them.” Gina Iacob: instagram Via: boredpanda.com
Paintings by T.C. Jordan

Paintings by T.C. Jordan

T.C. Jordan is a Los Angeles painter. She utilizes art as a means of extension, exchanging her experiences for a clearer conscience and a bridge to connect with humanity. Because of this, her work takes on its own form albeit paintings of abstraction or folk art. Her use of vibrant colors help to staple the...
Splattered-ink paintings by Chen Yingjie aka Hua Tunan

Splattered-ink paintings by Chen Yingjie aka Hua Tunan

“My name is Chen Yingjie aka Hua Tunan. I’m a street artist and painter and my creative techniques are traditional Chinese art and western art graffiti combination – creative splashing ink art. I explore new ways to combine Western styles with traditional Chinese methods and elements including ink painting.” Hua Tunan: website / instagram Via:...
Silk painting by Olena Korolyuk

Silk painting by Olena Korolyuk

“In a word, my art is a silk painting. Just painting, not the decorative art. It took me a lot of time, I tried different techniques and materials, I thought something up myself to archieve a picturesque effect in my works. As to material, I usually use satin, it is thick and silken. I invite...
Sculpture by Jean Marc Teissier

Sculpture by Jean Marc Teissier

Jean Marc Teissier: behance
Illustration by Jeanna Dano

Illustration by Jeanna Dano

Jeanna Dano: website
Dyslexia didn't stop them, illustration by Vince Low

Dyslexia didn’t stop them, illustration by Vince Low

“The 9 pieces of celebrity portraits were actually an experimental execution for this campaign I did for the Dyslexia Association of Malaysia. The doodling treatment was not the main idea but I wanted to show that dyslexics can turn a simple doodle into a work of art. After all, dyslexics are known to be people...
Paintings by Vladas Tranelis

Paintings by Vladas Tranelis

In his works the artist Vladas Tranelis tries to synthesize various means of artistic expression creating an integral aesthetic expanse. The author‘s works are distinguished for their decorative image, which like a veil exquisitely covers the man‘s emotional world. There are no realistic views in the artist‘s pictures. Inner sights, sometimes sights from aside arise...
Tigers Eye - Drawing by Birgit Palma

Tigers Eye – Drawing by Birgit Palma

Tigers Eye “Opting for a kind of optical illusion, an idea and style which I wanted to execute since a long time. Double eyes f.e. or having the experience of seeming to see something that is different than it appears make me happy! Austrian graphic designer, illustrator& typography lover. I pursue to do things in...
Drawing by Tetsuji Nakada

Drawing by Tetsuji Nakada

“I am based on drawing and am produced a work in a pastel, a colored pencil, acrylic paints mainly A woman, a girl are sexless, and the motif is good at drawing to conflict with the heart that is full of expressions in a simple style of painting.” Tetsuji Nakada: website
Digital painting by Jiwoon Pak

Digital painting by Jiwoon Pak

Jiwoon Pak is an illustrator and artist based in Seoul, South Korea. After studying fine art at the Valenciennes Art and Design school (École Supérieure d’Art et de Design de Valenciennes) in France, she returned to Korea and started to work as a freelance illustrator and artist in 2013. Jiwoon Pak: website / instagram
Swedish forest inspired office, concept by Adolfsson & Partners

Swedish forest inspired office, concept by Adolfsson & Partners

The last time that Swedish firm Adolfsson & Partners designed the Stockholm offices of games developer King, the makers of Candy Crush Saga, it went for a wildly cartoonish assault on the senses. For a new office space for the company, it went back to basics with a concept based on the Swedish forest, “a...

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