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Digital art by Eric Scala

Digital art by Eric Scala

That project should be a corridor to go and see a Concert Inside that exhibition at the end you gonna discover singers! Eric Scala: blog
Breaking Point, paintings by James Bullough

Breaking Point, paintings by James Bullough

American artist James Bullough presents a collection of disjointed figurative characters, fragmenting into their surrounding space. Based in Berlin, the accomplished painter understands how to integrate detail, motion, and color to create dynamic, impressionistic works. His newest series, Breaking Point, features an ensemble of distorted, yet thoroughly complete images, as he explores the human psyche...
Dark Monstera Queen, digital photography by Jenny Hellström

Dark Monstera Queen, digital photography by Jenny Hellström

Model: Sister Sinister Hair/make up: Mariella Angner Jenny Hellström: behance
Hyper-realistic portraits by Mike Dargas

Hyper-realistic portraits by Mike Dargas

“I have never studied at an art school, I just started painting at the age of 3. My mother told me, she noticed my artistic talent very early, when I drew my first sketches. After kindergarten I started using oil colors. I guess I was 7 or 8 years old when the first piece was...
The tiny world of snails, photography by Katarzyna Załużna

The tiny world of snails, photography by Katarzyna Załużna

“I love to shoot nature and especially snails. The hardest part is getting the snail to cooperate. I like to photograph in the evenings as the light gives warm atmosphere. I use manual lens at F1.8 aperture so it is sometimes difficult to focus on the snail and many shots cannot be used. It usually...
Jazmina Daniel, amazing lip art

Jazmina Daniel, amazing lip art

Jazmina Daniel is a makeup artist loved by Instagram’s beauty community due to her amazing lip art. Sydney-based lip artist not only shows pics of various lip makeup trends, but also creates beautiful cartoon and movie scenes and colourful designs on her lips. These drawings are so detailed and precise that it’s hard to believe...
Stunning bronze fountain sculptures by Malgorzata Chodakowska

Stunning bronze fountain sculptures by Malgorzata Chodakowska

Erupting from the statues in unlikely places, water creates a motion that gives Chodakowska’s sculptures a human-like presence and somehow feels sort of magical. The creation of this stunning artwork starts by modelling it out of clay. Then to turn it into fountain, the sculptor pours these sculptures into bronze. Endless streams of water perfectly...
Jazz Divas, illustration by Martin French

Jazz Divas, illustration by Martin French

Sophisticated Ladies: The Great Women of Jazz / Dutton Children’s Books. “I illustrated this project a number of years ago, but wanted to post it here as the book has gained new momentum recently. Written by Jazz historian Leslie Gourse, the book contains biographies of some of the great Jazz Diva’s from the past 100...
Tiles, pattern design by Laurens Lapre

Tiles, pattern design by Laurens Lapre

Laurens Lapre: behance
Emergent Collection, sculpture by Michael James Talbot

Emergent Collection, sculpture by Michael James Talbot

Figures emerge from the external layers that constrain them. The key to the Emergent Collection is to know that the figures are first fully sculpted in the round to an advanced and complete stage. Michael fixes the pose gesture and anatomy in the knowledge that half the features will be lost with the addition of...
Surreal portals to imaginary new worlds by Nate Hill

Surreal portals to imaginary new worlds by Nate Hill

By manipulating photographs with a mix of different digital editing skills, photographer Nate Hill contorts stunning landscapes into surreal swirls, revealing imaginary portals to alternate worlds. At the center of each of his circling scenes is one tiny silhouette, paused before the center of the spiral, as if contemplating a leap into a distant realm....
Life always finds a way

Life always finds a way

Though grasses or weed like the ones in some of these pictures can seem weak, they can expose cracks and weaknesses in construction materials to their advantage and see the light of day once again. And even deserts, some of the world’s harshest climates, can host thriving plant populations if you know where (or when)...

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