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Digital art by Raluca Marinescu

Raluca Marinescu is an Romanian digital painter and concept artist with a thing for portraits. In this serie she captured famous movie character. For more visit her profile at deviantart.com or @Rembrush . all pictures by Raluca Marinescu pictures from: deviantart.com...


Nate Van Dyke

Nate Van Dyke is an artist and illustrator who began his adventure with drawing at the age of two and he didn't said his last word yet. To create those characteristic pieces he is using: pencil, ink, marker, watercolor, gauche, acrylic and oils. Regardless of what medium he picks up, his signature style can be seen in the contrast of his thin and thick lines in his pen and ink work and the high sheen contrast in his mixed media pieces. Van Dyke is a full time illustrator and artist. His...


Scottish Landscapes by Scott Naismith

This Glasgow- based artist takes an inspiration from surrounding him Scottish landscapes. His paintings are interpretation of the skies, land, and sea before him as beautiful streaks of color. To create those multi-layered melody of color that expressed his love his native countryside,  he is using multi-sized brushes and various palette knives. Those multiple tools allows him to create texture and visual effect. As he explain colors that are often present in his work re artistic renditions of light peeking through the clouds : "After 10 years of paying the...


Marni and Katja Schwalenberg Collaboration

Is not a secret that from time to time fashion likes to play with art. This time fashion meets art in a new Marni project. In this project fashion house collaborated with German illustrator and graphic designer Katja Schwalenberg for the 2014 Marni Summer Edition. The partnership led to the creation a series of lino-cut prints, featuring sharp lines and precise elements, which were then transferred onto totes and handbags, cotton shirts and jersey T-shirts. As you can see below Katja's graphic prints added unexpected and naïve touch to the...


Pencil Sketches by Andrew Wilson

Today I watched great sir Ken Robinson, who was talking about developing ouers childhood talents. According to this I'm pretty convinced that I found someone who just did that.  I must say that I saw many highly talented tattoo artist but illustrations made by Andrew are just perfect. They look like digital illustration but they are not. In fact to create those amazing sketches he is using simple set of colored pencils. When you watch his drawings  you have the feeling  that they are leap off the page. His pencil sketches...


25 Unrealistic Objects by Giuseppe Colarusso

This series of strange and surreal objects entitled “Improbabilità“ is created by italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso. He simply hijacks everyday objects and make them unusable. With this amazing series, Giuseppe shows us a new level of abstraction. Created objects are improbable, but not impossible creations which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us. You may ask why Colarusso created all those hilarious objects? He simply want to force viewers to think for a while and to smile.           pictures from: http://www.ufunk.net  ...


Sean Williams – Portraits Created with Song Lyrics

Sean Williams created a series realistic portraits of pop stars. Warped, curved, and resized the letters  fit perfectly together, forming instantly recognizable faces. This interesting illustrations are pretty great combinations of typography and illustration. On portraits you can see only one simple colour, which from bit farther away forms distinct facial details and from up close we can read the lyrics. Take a close look! from: http://www.mymodernmet.com...

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