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Our Favorite Animal Cartoon Characters in Their Very Own Human Form

Who doesn't love cartoons? This magical world teaches kids, important social values. One of the most obvious manifestations of this magic is the fact that talking animals appear in so many of them. Authors often use animal characters as representations of human nature. Did you ever wonder, how those characters would look like if they where drawn as a human? If yes you are not the only one! Editors from Bright Side put this wonder in action and created series of cartoon characters. Take a look.       Illustrated...


“Home Movies” by Molly McCall

Molly McCall is using found photographs as the basis for her art. Her work is as much interesting as her professional life. Inspired by her great grandfather an illustrator for the New York Times, and grandfather, a professional watercolorist in Southern California, Molly has started painting and photography at an early age. Born in Monterey California with a family influence in clothing, she has created her own label and sold to numerous speciality boutiques including Henri Bendel in New York, Fred Segal in Los Angeles, and Nordstrom, where she was...


MY HEART IS AN ANIMAL by Katarzyna and Marcin Owczarek

"My Hearth is An Animal " is a amazing photo series created by Katarzyna & Marcin Owczarek. Telling stories is a part of their fine art photography project based on surrealistic imagery. "My Hearth is An Animal" brings elaborate compositions combining human and animal elements. Photographers employ animal characters in human settings, often in a social and spiritual context, because each creature brings to life beautiful and original symbolism and emotional values. "We are all connected, people, animals, nature...as a one living organism. In every human being there is a...


Portraits Of Heroes And Villains Merged Into One Picture

Today we want to share great work of really talented artist. Dada she loves drawing and she is huge Disney fan. Using color pencils she is creating unique designs. This time we are presenting selection of her work, where she took the pure and honest good of cartoon characters and merged them side-by-side with their villain counterparts. Dada admit that she wanted to draw pure, honest, "good" characters that have an evil side or a villain. More: Instagram Post udostępniony przez d a d a (@dada16808) 17 Mar, 2017 o 6:00 PDT...


ETNO by Beata Bojda i Ula Kóska

Today we want to share with you a beautiful project made by two really talent Polish artist. They decided to revive the traditional floral ornaments made of folded crepe paper, popular in Poland in the early 20th century. Back then were using as a decoration for ceilings, portraits of saints frames, were also an integral part of the festive attire. Those stunning wreaths on models heads, were made using the traditional method of Edith Cieslik-Moczek. You can see that the Slavic culture was the main source of inspiration, but the...


Iconic Photography Of Herb Ritts

Herb Ritts died in 2002, but his stunning portraiture and fashion photos continue to keep audiences rapt. His photography captures the unique time of the 80s and 90s, but began his photographic career in the late 70s and gained a reputation as a master of art and commercial photography. In addition to producing portraits and editorial fashion for Vogue, Vanity Fair, Interview, and Rolling Stone, Ritts also created successful advertising campaigns for Calvin Klein, Chanel, Donna Karan, Gap, Gianfranco Ferré, Gianni Versace, Giorgio Armani, Levi’s, Pirelli, Polo Ralph Lauren, and...


The Spitfirelabs And Their Tribute To Retrogaming

The Spitfirelabs is an artist duo, based in Brooklyn. Husband and Wife team with years of work in the visual effects community.  The company was founded in May of 2015 with the intention of producing high quality Laser engraved wood art pieces featuring their eclectic style that covers such mediums as Television, Movies, Video Games, Folklore, Mythology, and Pop Culture. As you can see in their latest project, they are paying tribute to retro-gaming, cult video games and pop culture with a collection of beautiful laser engraved woodwork. Mario Bros,...


Fashion Illustrator Shamekh Bluwi And His Clothes With Clouds And Buildings

Shamekh Bluwi is an architect and fashion illustrator based in Amman, Jordan. Most known from creating beautiful paper cut-outs with women whose dresses become whatever you hold them up against. Shamekh draws models wearing dresses of his own design, then cuts out the clothes and takes photos of him holding the drawings up to different backgrounds. Bluwi work is great example that there's beauty around us all the time if we look for it. So next time when you will travel to work or shool look around you maybe you...

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