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Yung Jake turns 20,000 emojis into amazing lifelike celeb portraits

Yung Jake turns 20,000 emojis into amazing lifelike celeb portraits

Yung Jake from Los Angeles, California, USA, spends between 30 minutes and a whole week turning emojis in facial details – morphing headphones into hairstyles and eggplants into expressions. The artist, real name Jake Patterson, has been creating the unusual pieces for two years making everyone from Willow Smith, Kanye and Kim Kardashian West to...
Te Bart, Haute Couture by DHL

Te Bart, Haute Couture by DHL

first Collection of packaging material Model mit Piercing – LALA Berlin – Mercedes-Benz Fashionweek Berlin Summer 2010 – Bebelplatz Te Bart: behance
Mercury, sculpture by Cem Özkan

Mercury, sculpture by Cem Özkan

scrap and metal materials 2.80m x 3m x 85cm, 2016 “This work has taught me a lot about how difficult it is in the counstruction phase. It took eight months to build. I used scrap and metal materials.” Cem Özkan: behance / instagram
Illustration by Siv Storøy

Illustration by Siv Storøy

Born in Northern-Norway, with her background in Illustration, painting and graphic design from Oslo and Milan, Siv Storøy has done projects within visual Identity & communication, logodesign, embellishment, hand-drawn and digital illustration for magazines, brochures, articles, books, adverts and a range of other areas. Siv has participated in several exhibitions, and is currently working on...
Marvelous portrait photography by Oscar aka Sotahboy

Marvelous portrait photography by Oscar aka Sotahboy

Gorgeous female portraits by Oscar a.k.a. sotahboy, talented 23-year-old photographer, filmmaker and retoucher from a small town in Minnesota, now living closer to the cities. Oscar focuses on portraiture, he shoots marvelous beauty, fashion and lifestyle portrait photography. Sotahboy uses Canon EOS 6D with Canon 50mm F/1.8 STM lens. He has over 32,600 followers on...
Dina Brodsky, miniature landscape paintings

Dina Brodsky, miniature landscape paintings

Painter Dina Brodsky records travel memories from long distance bicycling trips in small circular oil paintings. Brodsky’s style channels the heightened realism of 19th century landscape painters; whereas the historical paintings were created on enormous canvases that echoed the vast American landscape, Brodsky’s contemporary take condenses the visual impact into a token-sized work that fits...
Felted sculptures toys by Tyorka

Felted sculptures toys by Tyorka

“My name is Tyorka. I live in a small town called Komsomolsk-on-Amur, which is in the east of Russia. I love needle felting. I can do it just about anywhere and at any time – in a truck, on a subway train, or even hanging upside-down. Whales are my favorite to make – the bigger,...
Ivresses with Marine Dauchez, photography by Pierre Turtaut

Ivresses with Marine Dauchez, photography by Pierre Turtaut

Pierre Turtaut: website / instagram
Katt Phatt™, The Steam Deck: Playing Cards

Katt Phatt™, The Steam Deck: Playing Cards

Welcome to a WIP of my first edition of the SteamDeck. A deck of cards inspired by the steampunk genre, which is quite close to my heart. Starting in 2018, every year I will attempt to evolve the deck as my style evolves, which will hopefully make for some beautiful decks every year. Once this...
Amazing dresses crafted by Sylvie Facon

Amazing dresses crafted by Sylvie Facon

French creator Sylvie Facon sews dresses with such beautiful fabrics and attention to detail, they would steal any catwalk. Facon even crafted one of her outfits from the spines of old texts. She worked on the dress with costume designer Morgane E. Grosdemange, and the steampunk-inspired garment highlights the incredible versatility of Facon’s skills. Sylvie...
Hyper-realistic Fabergé Fractals by Tom Beddard

Hyper-realistic Fabergé Fractals by Tom Beddard

Scotland-based laser physicist-turned-artist and web developer Tom Beddard, aka subBlue, has produced a number of intriguing geometric forms he refers to as Fabergé Fractals. Like an ornate Fabergé egg, Beddard’s creations boast brilliant and intricate design patterns. The English artist uses a formulaic method to create his digitally rendered three-dimensional models. Beddard explains: “The 3D...
Miniature birds, paper art by Nayan & Vaishali

Miniature birds, paper art by Nayan & Vaishali

“Hi, I am Vaishali, myself & my partner Nayan, we are paper cut artists based in India. We have been making paper cut artworks since one year now. We took up the 365 days challenge of creating Miniature birds using paper and watercolors for this entire year of 2018. Here we are sharing our artworks...

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