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Quirky and Colorful illustrations by Rob Hodgson

Rob Hodgson is a British award winner, designer and illustrator, based in Bristol, UK. Through his bold, quirky and colorful illustration he leads us to a world of fairy tales. Take a look at our selection of Rob illustrations. From wizards to monsters and animals, a lot of his work suits a wide audience. for more visit Instagram / twitter / tumblr   Images ©Rob Hodgson...

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Frightening and Fascinating Creatures by Ryohei Hase

Based out of Tokyo, Japanese artist Ryohei Hase expresses darkness in his artwork. He describe his work as sad and gloomy, but at the same time strong and beautiful. Through Ryohei work we are traveling in to the world populated with frightening and fascinating creatures. With his work he is expressing darkness of the mind, exploring all the bestiality of the human soul. for more stunning artworks visit facebook / deviantart     Images ©Ryohei Hase...

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Geometric murals by Stefaan de Croock

Stefaan De Croock is a Belgian artist, mastered in fine arts (graphic design) at Sint-Lucas in Ghent. Since 2011 he is fully dedicated to his artistic craft and project ‘Strook’. His training and experience as a graphic designer put a clear mark on his artistic vision. Stefaan is not typical street artist. While most of his colleagues spray paint walls, Strook uses planks of recycled wood to create giant murals. In his artwork he is creating a unique composition of shapes, colors, and textures. Stefaan draws some basic lines first....

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Yayoi Kusama’s Polka-Dots Installation

Until January 24, 2016 in Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, in Denmark you can see infinity of polka-dots. Installation is presenting work and obsession of the Japanese artist and polka dots Queen, Yayoi Kusama. The exhibition is a presentation of Kusama’s works from more than six decades and features a variety of the many artistic media in which she has worked: from visual art to performance, film, literature and design. A special feature of this exhibition is the involvement of Kusama’s work with fashion and design including the artist’s earliest,...

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Kristina Webb Definitely One Creative Girl

Is hard to believe but this New Zealand artist is only 19-year-old. Kristina Webb complemented her vibrant drawings by using 3D objects. As a base to create those realistic-style portraits, Kristina is using a colored pencils and then completes them with unexpected objects like spaghetti, butterflies. Those things in one moment turn in to woman’s hair or stunning dress. Artist is using bright unsaturated colors, creates fantastic compositions that take us straight into the fairy-tale world.  Although Kristina Webb is still young, she definitely made a name for herself. She is...

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Hong Hao – ‘My Things’ series

This Chinese artist has started his photo project in 2001. Hong Hao has been working on this project for 12 years. In Chinese culture, 12 years represents the period of transmigration in cycles of different fates and destinies. This means the process of producing works for this photo project is an assignment associated with one’s life trace. During this 12 years, Hong Hao day by day was putting his daily consumed objects into a scanner piece by piece. After scanning the original objects, he save them in digital forms and...

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WD – street art

WD aka Wild Draw­ing is an street artist born in Bali. WD has degrees in Fine Arts and in Applied Arts. His journey with street art started in 2009 and since then number of his artwork is still growing. Cur­rently he lives and works in Athens, Greece. below you can see some example of his work. For more visit also facebook / wdstreetart.com...

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The Disney Princesses without makeup by Loryn Brantz

Loryn Brantz is a two-time Emmy Award-winning illustrator and design professional. Her client list includes HarperCollins, PBS, and Facebook. She is also an award-winning children’s book author and earned the 2010 Moonbeam Children’s Book Award for Best First Picture Book for Harvey the Child Mime. Loryn Brantz is currently on staff at BuzzFeed writing and illustrating about "stuff and things". Take a look of her recent series "The Disney Princesses without makeup". In humoristic way Brantz raises the matter of the way nowadays Women are seen. "As children we may...

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