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The Wires – geometric animals by Mat Szulik

Today we want to introduce you to Mat Szulik a Polish designer and illustrator. Mat is mostly known from his great series untitled The PolyWood, which was a a toy collection of 8 wooden animals inspired by the Low Poly aesthetics. The Wires is Mat's new series, featuring lovely animal sculptures made of fine geometric structures. Take a look at this amazing work of 3D modeling and rendering! Learn more at matszulik.artstation.com...


Micro Art by Hasan Kale

Hasan Kale is well known Turkish micro-artist. He started his adventure with painting in his early childhood, began his career by drawing miniatures in Istanbul. Artist uses his miniature drawing talent for his paintings, tries to interpret miniature art with a contemporary eye. He paints on things we see,  exposed or ignored in our daily lives like a rice, a nail, a silk cacoon, a needle, a buttterfly wing. Hasan Kale considers these micro-works as a turning point for his career. “Things we usually see can turn into something invisible”...


Renaissance With a Touch of Modernity by Gerard Mas

Let me introduce you to this young Spanish artist. Gerard Mas is a sculptor, born in Sant Feliu de Guixols, Girona, Spain. He studied at Llotja Art School in Barcelona. As you can see below Gerard evokes 15th century Florentine portraits and adds a pinch of modernity and humour. Clear inspiration for his marble sculptures is early modern period and the Renaissance but Mas never forgets to add some elements from present days, like chewing-gum, tattoo, lollipop or microphone. His favourite materials are marble, alabaster, wood, resin and bronze. Learn...


The Largest Fashion Exhibition-House Style: Five Centuries Of Fashion At Chatsworth

THE residence of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, a frequent location for film sets but also home to an extensive private art and sculpture archive. There is no doubt that Chatsworth House is one of the most stylish stately homes in the country, and next year it is opening its doors to its largest exhibition. The exhibition "House Style: Five Centuries Of Fashion At Chatsworth" is curated by American Vogue's international editor-at-large Hamish Bowles and will open at the Derbyshire estate next spring, showcasing the history of fashion in...

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Stunning Murals by Herakut

Herakut is a German art duo Hera and Akut, that since 2004 worked together on various successful global art projects. Their work can be easily find in big cities around the world – from Toronto to Kathmandu, from San Francisco to Melbourne. Their joint creative art process is dialogical, among themselves as well as towards the outside by embracing the public. It’s about storytelling, the creation of imaginary worlds and inspiring their figures with individual characters. Hera sets the characters’ form and proportions, whilst Akut paints the photorealistic elements. The...


Realistic Sculptures made by Christopher David White

Christopher David White is an American artist currently living and working in Richmond, Virginia. He began his career in the arts through drawing and painting. It wasn’t until 2008 when he started to work heavily with clay and received his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Indiana University in 2012. Christopher has received his Masters of Fine Arts in Clay from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2015. He was also the recipient of the Center of Craft, Creativity and Design: Windgate Fellowship in 2012, and later was awarded ‘Most Environmentally...

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Save the Bees Mural Project by Louis Masai Michel

Louis Masai Michel grew up with Afrocentric artefacts, voodoo dolls and living what many other children can just read about in storybooks. Michel's father was born in a mud hut in Cameroon, in north-west Africa, and was the only white child in the village. Louis first started street art when he lived in Cornwall. Then, when travelling through South America he saw what he described as “incredible stuff”, “mind blowing” street art and he was encouraged to try his hand at it. “At the end of the day, I paint...


Humorous illustrations by Angel Boligán Corbo

Take a look at our selection of Angel Boligán Corbo artwork! Boligán is a Cuban artists born on 10th of May in San Antonio de los Baños, Havana. He studied at The National School of Plastic Arts Instructors in Havana, from which he graduated in 1987 as a Teacher of Plastic Arts.Since 1992 he was living in Mexico, where he worked as Editorial Cartoonist in the newspaper El Universal, El Chamuco journals, Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica and various international media. Boligán is a founder of the CARTONCLUB agency (El Club de...

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