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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...

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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...

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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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Large-scale Murals by NEVERCREW

NEVERCREW is a swiss-based artists duo Christian Rebecchi and Pablo Togni. They are in street art for over two decades. They both frequented the art school in Lugano and the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milano. Since the beginning they started working on many media, but focusing on murals in a different way beside the usual 90's concept of graffiti. NEVERCREW work both with two-dimensional and tridimensional, realizing paintings, sculptures and installations. Throw those large-scale murals, the artists seek to highlight and ask questions about some of the...

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PEZ and his dark and twisted drawings

Today I'm presenting selection of works by PEZ, illustrator and painter from Nantes, France. His works are inspired by Graffiti and Pop culture. PEZ illustrations are full of unexpected forms and compositions. It does not really matter if this are pencil drawn characters from cartoons with faces like collapsing walls, or Santa blowing a gummy doll in shape of the Cookie, the goal is one, to make you feel little bit uncomfortable. Enjoy !!! for more visit Facebook / Instagram   images ©PEZ...

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Hyper-Realistic paintings by Mike Dargas

German artist, Mike Dargas started painting as a child. In his early works he was already using oil colour. At the age of 11 Mike presents his talent in public with road surface paintings on the "Domplatte“ in front of Cologne Cathedral. He was accepted at an art school as the only child in an adult class and learned different techniques. In his early 20s Mike Dargas becomes famous in the tattoo scene and wins all important awards and grants. Today I want to present his work totally focused on...

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Incredible illustrations by David Filer

Brilliant artist David Filer, was born in Zimbabwe, maybe that's the reason why world of wild animals is so present in his artwork. After achieving an Honours degree in Information Design at the University of Pretoria in 2008, began drawing full time in the highly competitive and somewhat precarious field of wildlife art. "For as long as I can remember I have had a deep fascination and empathy for animals – I could spend hours just sitting watching a single creature. It is not just their beauty and shape that...

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