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Marilyn Cvitanic, paintings

Marilyn Cvitanic, paintings

“I began painting fifteen years ago, soon after finishing a Ph.D. in Policy Analysis at the RAND Graduate School. Having spent most of my life in academia up to that point, I wanted experience making art in the most fresh, organic way possible and purposely steered clear of any formal instruction. While taking an intuitive...
How to disappear, acrylic paintings by Moki Mioke

How to disappear, acrylic paintings by Moki Mioke

Berlin, Germany-based artist Moki finds inspiration in Japanese artist Hayao Miyazaki’s work (Spirited Away) as well as in nature. Her acrylic paintings are filled with images of northern landscapes or as she describes more specifically as “isolated Scandinavian and Icelandic terrain, a subarctic frozen lake continent, untouched caves and moss meadows, and mountains sculpted into...
Fiona Tang, drawings

Fiona Tang, drawings

“I am an Artist in progress living in Vancouver and am currently attending Emily Carr University of Art and Design. I started doing art a couple of years ago, and despite my parents disapproval, I have stuck to and fought for my art. I love sketching, to the point where I will catch myself looking...
Asphyxia, hyper-realistic sculpture by Christopher David White

Asphyxia, hyper-realistic sculpture by Christopher David White

“With nature undergoing a perpetual transformation, everything derived from nature is subject to the same repetitive cycle of growth and decay—of life and death. Change is a constant reminder that permanence is the ultimate illusion. It is through the creation of hyper-realistic sculpture that I explore the relationship between nature, man, and the phenomenon of...
Evelina Pentcheva - Black and White Artistic Photography - Art is a leap into the void

Evelina Pentcheva – Black and White Artistic Photography – Art is a leap into the void

“Art is a leap into the void, a chance to give birth to your genius and to make magic where there was no magic before… ” photo: Evelina Pentcheva model: Anibal Diaz body art: Bilyana Yankulova
Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini

Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini

Felice Varini is a Swiss artist who exercises his talent for decades. Playing with the perspective of the places he takes pictures, he manages to create “Anamorphic Illusions”. Felice Varini: website Via: fubiz.net
NEON - FIFA World Cup, project by Toykyo X Rizon Parein

NEON – FIFA World Cup, project by Toykyo X Rizon Parein

World Cup 2014 Collaboration / Toykyo X Rizon Parein Cristiano Ronaldo / Wayne Rooney / Vincent Kompany More to come, stay tuned! Rizon Parein: behance Toykyo: website
The beauty of ballet outdoors, Ballerina Project by Dane Shitagi

The beauty of ballet outdoors, Ballerina Project by Dane Shitagi

Photographer Dane Shitagi brings the beauty of ballet outdoors in the New York City Ballerina Project. Throughout the eight years that Shitagi has been bringing this collection to life, the New York City streets served as his backdrop. Rather than shooting in a studio, he wanted to take his creativity and inspiration from the world...
Tiny landscapes painted on food by Hasan Kale

Tiny landscapes painted on food by Hasan Kale

Kale’s artistic canvases include, but are not limited to, peanut husks, split almonds, banana chips, and beans – as long as it’s tiny, he’ll paint on it. He paints on inorganic objects as well, but the food canvases are more impressive because of their impermanent nature. Hasan Kale: facebook Via: boredpanda.com
Cat and Lynx, inseparable friends

Cat and Lynx, inseparable friends

An European Lynx had a feline friend who came to visit her everyday at the Leningrad (St Petersburg) Zoo, the oldest zoo in Russia. The calico cat bonded with the Lynx on the first day they met. They have been inseparable since. Now they are living together at the Zoo. According to the local people,...
Srdjan Kirtic, photography

Srdjan Kirtic, photography

Srdjan Kirtic – freelance graphic designer specializing in logo design and brand identity – website / behance / tumblr / stocksy.com
Wang Yu, painting on tree trunks

Wang Yu, painting on tree trunks

23-year-old student Wang Yu lives and works in the Chinese district of Shijiazhuang. As canvas for her paintings she uses trees. For each artwork this young artist spens for about two hours, but aesthetic pleasure for passers is much longer. Via: quickbulletin.com

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