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Bright environmental paintings by Julie Heffernan

Bright environmental paintings by Julie Heffernan

Artist Julie Heffernan’s paintings are technically complicated, layers of detail filling her often 5-foot-tall canvases. Although enchanting, her environments reference disaster and distress, situations that peek into how we might reposition ourselves in nature after massive traumas such as Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill. “We are slowly making our world unlivable, and I...
Demiurgus Dreams, fantasy and animal sculpture by Evgeny Hontor

Demiurgus Dreams, fantasy and animal sculpture by Evgeny Hontor

Demiurgus Dreams is a studio, founded by Evgeny Hontor, where amazing fantasy animal sculptures are born. Evgeny Hontor started sculpting in 2006 and founded his Etsy shop in 2012. Now Demiurgus Dreams has a large following of more than 34k admirers and it’s easy to understand why. The studio creates stunning, intricate animal sculptures from...
Vivid, photography by Chikao Nishida

Vivid, photography by Chikao Nishida

“I’ve been holding our portal web site ‘The Rosetta Stone’ since 1995. I can produce works of not only photography but also Japanese calligraphy. I’m an expert of Cross-media in Kumamoto prefecture, Japan.” Chikao Nishida: behance
Portraits by Weronika Krzemieniecka

Portraits by Weronika Krzemieniecka

“Last photo was made at exhibition after school competition in Lodz, Poland. I get an award from Allmendinger company for these works.” Weronika Krzemieniecka: website / behance
Super cute and creepy dolls by Oso Polar

Super cute and creepy dolls by Oso Polar

“Hi there! I’m Oso Polar, I love making dolls and would like to share some of my recent work with you! These dolls are fully handmade from sculpey clay and mixed materials. Hope you like them!” More info: Etsy Via: boredpanda.com
Molly Munyan makes balloon dresses and this is how they look a month later

Molly Munyan makes balloon dresses and this is how they look a month later

Molly Munyan calls herself a “self inflated balloon artist.” She creates cheerful balloon dresses and sometimes brightens up various events wearing them. These colorful garments, however, have one drawback – they deflate. According to the artist, the air evaporates in about a month. After that Molly finds other ‘models’ to wear her shrunken creations –...
Thumbelina, illustration by Kailey Whitman

Thumbelina, illustration by Kailey Whitman

Kailey Whitman is a freelance illustrator and designer based in Philadelphia. Kailey Whitman: website / instagram
Watercolor ballerinas By Yulia She

Watercolor ballerinas By Yulia She

Yulia Shevchenko, or Yulia She on the web, is a Russian artist living in New Jersey, USA. She uses watercolors to create intricate pieces. “Watercolor is my passion, my life… after my son and husband,” she says on her Etsy. The artist is inspired by simple everyday things, such as “sky, clouds, colorful fall trees,...
The animal box, photography by Marta Bevacqua

The animal box, photography by Marta Bevacqua

Photography: Marta Bevacqua Assistant: Tara Lengyel Model: Elodie @ Oui Make up: Camille Lutz Hair: Paul Dauchemin Styling: Andréa Ottaviani For Mia Le Journal Marta Bevacqua: website / deviantArt / flickr
24 Fallen Leaves, magical art by Kristi Botkoveli (Nancy Woland) and Beka Zaridze

24 Fallen Leaves, magical art by Kristi Botkoveli (Nancy Woland) and Beka Zaridze

Kristi Botkoveli (Nancy Woland) and Beka Zaridze are two self-taught artists who create art that is magical and mystical. Number 24 has a special meaning to Nancy and Beka, it is the date when they first met. When people ask them how they got the idea of using leaves as canvas, they answer – from...
Sunflowers, photography by Olga Boyko

Sunflowers, photography by Olga Boyko

Olga Boyko: instagram
Fashion men, illustration by Fernando Vicente

Fashion men, illustration by Fernando Vicente

Published in the Magazine Gentleman. Spain Fernando Vicente: website

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