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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”...


Paint Me Over – like an art

This stunning series called "Paint Me Over" is a collaboration between Russian photographer Marina Danilova and wedding dress designer Svetlana Lyalina. Model was featuring in large painted dresses which are tribute to controversial Russian painter Nikas Safronov. In this case the ball gowns are not only pice of clothing but more unconventional painter canvas, amazing piece of art. via  Marina Danilova...


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...


Figures Paintings by David Agenjo

David Agenjo is a figurative painter born in Madrid in 1977, living in London. He has lived and worked in many places including: Dublin, New York, Shenzhen (China) and Mumbai. David Agenjo  is self-taught and self-supporting with his painting, a way of life he has been developing professionally for over eight years now. It's clear that he is heavily influenced by color and texture and combines this in “unexpected” ways on his palette. David was always intrigued by almost accidental ways of establishing a textural or color field, so he started incorporating...


Classical Paintings and Superheroes on the Family Portraits

Sacha Goldberger is really a talented French photographer who has created a wonderful series of pictures, featuring a truly special talent. Family Portraits is a direct continuation of his Super Flemish series. This time he used pop culture, superheroes, flemish paintings and Elizabethan era to create quite strange superhero family portraits. Take a look at some vintage version of Batman, Superman, Han Solo, Hulk, Wonder Woman, Joker and many others. to see more visit facebook / twitter    via  sachagoldberger.com...


Danny Galieote and His Twisted Paintings

Those vintage paintings are created by American artist Danny Galieote born and raised in Los Angeles, California where he has been working out of his studio professionally for over 20 years. He attended several colleges of art, including Art Center College of Design, California Institute of the Arts and California State University Northridge. Today we are presenting selection of retro paintings spiced up with a pinch of a black humor.  visit also facebook / twitter all artwork belongs to @Danny Galieote...


Incredible Paintings by Samantha French

Samantha French is an american artist born and raised in north central Minnesota. She graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2005. Samantha's current body of work explores the idea of escape, the tranquility and nostalgia for the lazy summer days of her childhood. The series is inspired by Samantha’s own reflections and memories of her childhood summers spent in the lakes of Northern Minnesota. French actively exhibits her paintings and is included in many private and public collections throughout the country while her work has garnered...


Matthew Davis

Matthew Davis was born in Colchester, England, in 1969 but currently living and creating in Berlin, Germany. To create those stunning artwork he is using brush, he lets oil paint drip onto a canvas to form small pools of color. Whole process needs a time each pool needs to dry for several days before Matthew can add another layer. No Doubt this relatively unique working process that demands patience has incredible result,  a dense, multi-dimensional surface. His work has been exhibited across the United Kingdom and in Berlin. pictures from: artistaday.com, thisiscolossal.com, thebeautifulist.com, ignant.de,...

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