Sunset Selfies, whimsical silhouette art by John Marshall
Sunset Selfies, whimsical silhouette art by John Marshall

John Marshall’s series, titled Sunset Selfies, includes hundreds of playful silhouette artworks that each have a story to tell, featuring the artist himself as the main character. Marshall uses simple cutting tools to cut out each silhouetted motif from cardboard. “As a writer and a filmmaker, I like to get away from the computer each […]

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Digital painting by Toko Suzuki
Digital painting by Toko Suzuki

Japanese artist trained in an classical academic atelier in Italy. “My main focus was idealizing the figure, playing with texture, and efficiency. Step by step portrait drawing process can be found on my instagram.” Toko Suzuki: instagram / youtube

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“Incomplete” sculptures by Lene Kilda

Norwegian artist Lene Kilda creates figurative sculptures inspired by the emotions and personalities of children. Believing that body language is “their purest form of communication,” Kilda visualizes each childlike pose with cement-sculpted hands and feet, and fragments of textured clothing made from colored, metal mesh. The “incomplete” pieces invite the viewer to use their imagination […]

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16 Disney movie posters with a dark twist by Rowan Stocks-Moore

Rowan Stocks-Moore, a London-based freelance illustrator and graphic designer, who’s passionate about book and film covers, as well as design in general, puts his unique perspective on our childhood fantasy classics. The talented artist explored the undersurface of Disney’s fairytale ‘happily ever afters’ and gave 16 of the most iconic animated movie posters a minimalist […]

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