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Grow, illustration by Andreas Preis

Grow, illustration by Andreas Preis

“Because a lot of people asked: No, I didn’t use illustrator for this. There are some minor vector graphics which I made in Photoshop. At least 95% of what you see here is done by hand with pencils and fineliners. Colors and structures were added in Photoshop afterwards.” Andreas Preis: website / behance
Mother, father and son photograph themselves once a year... for 21 years

Mother, father and son photograph themselves once a year… for 21 years

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 This family took their picture once a year, every year, in front of the same backdrop. They did it on the same day every year, under the same lighting. Via: themetapicture.com
Gilbert Legrand turns everyday objects into playful characters

Gilbert Legrand turns everyday objects into playful characters

With a creative eye, the casual observer can espy characters or faces in the everyday objects all around us. French artist Gilbert Legrand takes this a step further by painting and otherwise modifying totally mundane objects to turn them into cute characters and give them new life. Legrand lets his active imagination soar by painting...
Bokeh - macro photography by Dimitar Lazarov

Bokeh – macro photography by Dimitar Lazarov

“My name is Dimitar Lazarov – Dim. I graduated from the “Tsanko Lavrenov” High School of Fine and Monumental Arts in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, with painting profile. Within my professional life as an artist, I can mention several solo exhibitions, two of which organized by the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture, as well as several awards, received...
Paper Stories by Cheong-ah Hwang

Paper Stories by Cheong-ah Hwang

How incredible are these paper relief sculptures from artist Cheong-ah Hwang? Each piece is so dynamic and intricate, it’s easy to get lost in them. Cheong-ah Hwang: website Via: honestlywtf.com
Watercolor super heroes by Clémentine French Illustrator

Watercolor super heroes by Clémentine French Illustrator

Clémentine is a French Illustrator/Designer living in Sydney, Australia. Clémentine’s work artfully captures superheroes in just a few colors. Splatters, drips, and the bleed of colors into each other gives a fantastic sense of motion to the icons she’s chosen as subjects. “As an illustrator, with an extensive experience and a wide range of styles...
Grace Ciao turns real flower petals into fashion design illustrations

Grace Ciao turns real flower petals into fashion design illustrations

Grace Ciao, a 22-year-old student from Singapore, uses a clever and original way to draw her fashion design illustrations. Instead of ink, watercolours, pencils, or fabric, she uses real flower petals. Not only do they serve as substitutes for lines and colours, but they also introduce their own unique textures and forms. Ciao clams that...
A surreal photoshoot on an underwater shipwreck in Bali

A surreal photoshoot on an underwater shipwreck in Bali

Taken recently off the coast of Bali, these surreal photos are the creation of Montreal-based director and photographer Benjamin Von Wong, known for his exceedingly difficult photoshoots. Where it might be more practical to create the complex aspects of these photos digitally, Von Wong took a different path and assembled a team of two models...
Sliced glass paintings and portraits by Loren Stump

Sliced glass paintings and portraits by Loren Stump

Master glassblower and stained glass artist Loren Stump in California has wowed the internet with an extraordinary display of virtuosity. He created a “loaf” of glass, called murrine, out of carefully layered glass rods that, when sliced, reveal a painstakingly detailed work of art in cross-section. His greatest work is called “Madonna of the Rocks,”...
Adam Howie, digital art

Adam Howie, digital art

“I have been drawing since I could hold a pencil, and I haven’t really stopped. I got into digital art during my time at university (where I studied computer science rather than art) and it is now my main medium, although I use mainly acrylics/inks and/or charcoal in my traditional works, and other mediums as...
A Q U A, project by Joanna Kustra and Zane Colquhoun

A Q U A, project by Joanna Kustra and Zane Colquhoun

photography: Joanna Kustra model: Vanessa Grasse @ MandP Models make-up: Laura Louise hair style: Kasia Fortuna photographer’s assistant: Maria Fernandez BTS video: Zane Colquhoun for ATLAS MAGAZINE     Joanna Kustra: behance / website
Stunning three dimensional graffiti art by graffitist Peeta

Stunning three dimensional graffiti art by graffitist Peeta

Peeta is a young Italian artist born in a small town near Venice (Italy). He started to use this tag since the beginning of the 90es and soon became a well-known writer within the Italian graffiti scene, also thanks to his partnership with the Paduan EAD crew. He has approached different styles, and has finally...

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