Elnur Babayev "Capitalism" (2017) Zipcy "Rainy day" (2017) U/ v78 "Forest pond 7 colors study" (2019) Classy Portraits of Cats Portrayed As Royalty by Eldar Zakirov. Tashkent-based artist Eldar Zakirov presents a series of digitally painted cats, proudly posing in different royal attires for the Hermitage Magazine.
The cats look so at home in their outfits and each piece is so realistic that one might even be tricked into thinking these are actual oil paintings! Every singly detail, starting with the fabrics of the outfits and ending with the background of the paintings is very carefully chosen to represent the era appropriately. Show Full Text Throughout the course of history, cats could often be seen in royal or otherwise important surroundings: starting with their divine positioning in Ancient Egypt, and ending with the muse status for the most famous artists.
"Adam's Peak" by reddit user MHausmann. Oleg Vdovenko "Babki" (2018) "The Great Synthwave of Kanagawa" by Heart-Pallette (2017) Fernanda Suarez "Tossing out blame" (2020) CAROTillustrations "Bun" (2016) Ellie Davis "Stars" series. It's hard to know why forests occupy such a profound place in the collective human psyche.
Perhaps it's because forests are storehouses of biological diversity: they provide medicine, food and shelter for many creatures, including humans (more than enough reasons to save the world's forests). So no wonder forests are a recurring theme for artists like London photographer Ellie Davies, who conjures mystical images of sylvan glades wrapped in fog, or punctuated with mysterious, shimmering lights. © Ellie Davies In this series titled "Stars," Davies achieves this by superimposing her own photography with images of star clusters taken by the Hubble Space Telescope -- a deliberate merging of the cosmic with the earthly. © Ellie Davies Seen over at My Modern Met, Davies explains that.
"Last of its Kind" by Shahab Alizadeh. Cartoonist team WUMO create graphs depicting everyday life in the Western world. Their graphs and diagrams are snarky and sarcastic but, for the most part, true.
This, coupled with their simple and official-looking design, makes them a delight to look at. Wulff and Morgenthaler share these images on Wumo (formerly known as Wulffmorgenthaler). If you think you may have seen their work before, it should come as no surprise – they are a fairly successful cartoon duo. Their rise to success started in 2001, when they entered and won a cartoon competition. When they won, they received a one-month run of their comic strip in Politiken, a national Danish newspaper.
U/chinwag "3 am" (2019) "HUNGER //" by Colin Stuart (Digital) Robson Michel "Iara" (2018) "World Media" by Leemarej. "Replaceface" series by Steve Payne. In Artists Inspire Artists’s “Artists Series” we single out one amazing artist who’s work could stand alone.
Today we have Steve Payne, who created the Replaceface series, where Steve took digital copies of George Dawe’s paintings of russian generals and added celebrities faces to the portrait using photoshop. So as always, enjoy & live inspired! Related Artists Series #17 - Michael Kutsche In Artists Inspire Artists’s “Artists Series” we single out one amazing artist who’s work could stand alone. June 11, 2012. "Pushing Up Daisies" by reddit user ULTDbreadsticks. One Trippy Profile Pic. Adam Martinakis - "Metaphysical Objectivity in Comparison to Realism" Digital artist Adam Martinakis (previously) was born Poland in 1972 and currently lives and works in in Cannock, UK.
His computer-generated artworks employ aspects of photorealism and surrealism to explore the human condition which he says results in a “mixture of post-fantasy futurism and abstract symbolism”. Above are a handful of works from the last year or so, several of which were on view at The Lloyd Gill Gallery through last week as part of a group show titled Metaphysical Objectivity in Comparison to Realism. You can see much more here. Extreme Advertisements. Inspiration An advertisement’s aim is to instantly attract the attention of viewers.
Some use humour to draw viewers’ attention, but there are other kinds of advertisements that go to extremes to present something different. As a follow up to our previous article 60 Humorous Advertisements That Will Tickle Your Bones, today we look at the opposite extreme to using humour in advertisements. Presenting another side to design, some of the advertisements shared in this article today may be a little visually disturbing or conceptually controversial. While some might find them somewhat perverse yet creatively brilliant, others might cringe and be disgusted or disapproving of their content or style.
Warning: Viewers Discretion Is Advised! Image from: Squid 80 Controversial and Disturbing Print Ads Let’s look at these advertisements objectively with an open and analytical mind and appreciate the creativity that went into it. Just liquid hand wash: Cockroaches Ariel: Pervert Alka-Seltzer: New Year. "Orca cazando pingüinos y focas" by Luis Peiro. Stephen Wilkes - Day and Night in NYC Captured in Single Images. Svetlana Petrova photoshops ginger cat into classic paintings. You know what the Mona Lisa and the Sistine Madonna are missing?
A poetic, chubby ginger cat sprawled out. A Russian artist has taken hundreds of classic paintings and Photoshoppped her pet cat Zarathustra into them, making them, in our opinion, 89426576 times better. You can even buy the incredible works of art from Svetlana Petrova, on her website from around £25 and pay day is coming up… "Lord Vader and his troops" by Patrik Rosander. Batman's Rogues Gallery by Jegang. Check out the wonderful graphic illustrations created by deviantART user Jegang which showcase the mightiest of Gotham City’s rogues gallery through both simple imagery and signature messages.
Click to see larger image. via [deviantART] "Abandoned Kingdom" by Will DeVilliers. Jim Kazanijian "Homes" series. "Arrested Expansion" by George Grie. Eldar Zakirov creates Classical Portraits of Royal Cats. Artist Eldar Zakirov created these classical oil paintings style digital illustrations.
These illustration depict the cats as members of the Russian imperial household. In the 18th century, cats did indeed inhabit the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg, now they are part of the Hermitage Museum. Zakirov made this series for Hermitage Magazine. "Starry Night" by Alex Ruiz. 42 Highly Innovative Advertisements. Its very true that your first impression is your last impression, specially for Advertisement companies.
Because, if the Ad will not catch the attention of viewer, then within a blink of eye it will be considered failed. There are many Ads Agencies and giant corporations, which truly are working very hard to make us laugh and make us look at the Ads again and again. These companies are always looking for a very new and innovative Idea for their Ads prints and we see their innovative and creative ideas in our daily life. Here we have collected some very innovative and creative Ads for you to look at and I am pretty sure that you will love these Ads, and sure will see these interesting Ads again. MA: Discover the Full Story Pepsi: We Wish You a Scary Halloween! Omax: Wide Angle Lenses Ecovia: Stop the Violence Weight Watchers Keloptic Nivea Men: Because Life Makes Wrinkles Moms Demand Action: One Child Is Holding Something That’s Banned in America to Protect Them Australia Post.
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47 (More) Brilliant Advertisements. Last week we gave you 35 Brilliant Advertisements and the story blew up on the web. Hundreds of Repins on Pinterest, 78K shares on StumbleUpon, great action on Facebook & Twitter. All in all it was an awesome story so we decided to pull together 47 more brilliant advertisements for you to enjoy. From The Web Leave a comment. "Heaven and Hell" by an unknown artist.