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Charlie Layton - Drawings on the Fridge

Charlie Layton - Drawings on the Fridge
Charlie Layton – a freelance designer and illustrator from Philadelphia, USA. Each week, he draws on his refrigerator easily erasable marker. His creations Charlie every week puts on Facebook under the name “Frosty Friday”. On the creation of each of these “marker masterpieces” Charlie takes about 20-30 minutes, and it usually ends with a cup of coffee Friday morning. That’s right, dear, magnets on the refrigerator no longer in vogue. Related:  Various Artistsgifs,pics,stories,fails

Dran Based in Toulouse, Dran is a multi-talented artist who uses a variety of media such as installations, paintings and drawings to convey his ironic viewpoint. After developing his skills as part of Toulouse’s renowned graffiti scene. He is also a fan of the absurd and has published a number of books featuring his funny sketches parodying everyday events with great doses of surrealism. Check him at retroactif.free.fr/dran Enjoy The Gallery My god this is incredible. the style reminds me more of blu ( than banksy, but the sense of humor is definitely banksy-esque you stole the idea of the finger smashing a person’s head from blu. Not even close. Great stuff. nice art work Magnifique. If the style won’t be so gloomy it could be named littele masterpieces this is wonderful. stumblebutton’d art for a little soul motivation. and, youve made my day. i really like these. awesome! depressing Russian style art. This is great – would be nice to see some of the pieces on buildings.

Minimal pencil portraits of female celebrities [19 pictures] By Ileana Hunter… Audrey Hepburn Emma Watson Marilyn Monroe Mila Kunis Elizabeth Taylor Emilia Clarke Twiggy Taylor Swift Jean Harlow Mariah Carey Penelope Cruz Rihanna Nicole Kidman Judy Garland Charlize Theron Lady Gaga Katy Perry Madonna Keira Knightley 50 Animated Gifs for Every Situation Ever If a picture is worth a thousand words, then an animated gif must be worth some kind of number I can’t even begin to comprehend. If you’ve ever found yourself browsing the Internet and felt compelled to respond with a witty reply, only to come up: wow, mind. blown., golf clap, etc. Then these animated gifs are for you! With the simple copy and paste of one of the images below you can make your feelings resonate while bathing in the adulation of Internet pundits the world over. This is the Sifter’s seventh installment of the Awesome Animated Gif Series. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. If you enjoyed this post, the Sifter highly recommends: Paid Content:Paid Content:Paid Content:Paid Content:Paid Content:

Yoriko Yoshida - "Asialphabet" 04 Nov 2010 Artist Yoriko Yoshida's "Asialphabet" illustrations depict the Roman alphabet (minus Q and X) as Japanese cultural items and traditions. A [Akita] B [Bonsai] C [Chanoyu] D [Dashi] E [Ekiden] F [Futon] G [Geta] H [Haiku] I [Ikebana] J [Judo] K [Karaoke] L [Loose socks] M [Manga] N [Ninja] O [Origami] P [Pachinko] R [Rakugo] S [Soba] T [Takarazuka] U [Urushi] V [Visual-kei] W [Waraji] Y [Yakitori] Z [Zen] [Link: Yoriko Yoshida workbook] 55 incredible examples of photo manipulation We present collection of 55 incredible examples of photo manipulation. Some of them... you may know already, but another ones... could be new for you. What I'm sure about... all of them are simply worth of your attention.

The hero that the subway needs.. 13 Disturbing Works of Art by Female Artists After we posted 13 Disturbing Pieces of Art from History , several readers pointed out that none of the works were created by female artists. So, here are 13 more disturbing pieces of art, and they’re all created by women. 1. Artemesia Gentileschi - Judith and her Maidservant The most remarked-upon absence from the previous list was Artemesia Gentileschi’s version of Judith Slaying Holofernes (as opposed to the Caravaggio, Judith Beheading Holofernes , that we featured). Feel free to click on each and decide which you prefer! 2. One of the greatest painters of the 20th century, Mexico’s own Frida Kahlo is most notable for her self-portraits. 3. This particular painting is not so much creepy as it is bizarre. 4. Rosa Bonheur was one of the great painters of the French animalier style popular in the 19th century. 5. A far more modern piece than previous entries on the list, this painting was only created just under a decade ago, in 2003. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Eric Daigh – Unconventional Mosaic Art | Artaic | Custom Mosaic Design and Fabrication For our fifth installment of our ongoing series “Unconventional Mosaic Art” we’re focusing on artist Eric Daigh. Daigh uses thousands of pushpins to create portraits, and more recently everyday objects such as kitchen knives or car door handles. From Things I See The beauty of Daigh’s work is his amazing ability to work with such a limited palette of colored pins to create intricate images with such depth and complexity. This is Daigh’s statement from his website: Using push pins, the innocuous, adhesive, near-detritus of our everyday Eric creates the view from here. As we pull back one quotidian reference morphs into another, objects become portraits, the pedestrian becomes sublime. from "if it's hip, it's here" Daigh’s work creates fascinating imagery out of mundane objects that wouldn’t normally get a second glance – and that is why we love the art of mosaic – many little, otherwise insignificant pieces come together to become something great.

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Rubén Belloso Adorna We’ve all had our eyes fooled by artists with photorealistic techniques such as Pedro Campos’ picture perfect oil paintings, Paul Cadden’s hyperrealistic pencil drawings, Samuel Silva’s ballpoint pen drawing, and Nathan Welsh’s city paintings, but never before had we seen it done with chalk…until now! Rubén Belloso Adorna of Seville, Spain creates enormous portraits that are so detailed, you would not believe they are not photographs, but they are actually drawings made with chalk pastels. You can see the true magnitude of each drawing when you see the photos of Adorna working on them, yet even when you zoom in and look closely they still look like a high definition photo. See Also WHITEBOARD DRAWINGS DONE ON A SHORT LUNCH BREAK The 26 year old artist holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Seville. Via: Reddit.com

Hand Painting Illusions by Annie Ralli EmailEmail London-based photographer Ray Massey teamed up with a talented body painter Annie Ralli to transform hands into architecture, sport scenes and other deceiving objects. These incredible hand illusions are a part of advertising campaign for Ecclesiastical Insurance, a niche insurance company using the byline “You’re in good hands”. Annie says that body painting is meticulous work which needs to be carried out at speed because paint is less stable on a living, moving base. Nevertheless, she finds the work fun and the results beautiful. “Bodypainting is a skill I perfected working with stills photographers,” says Annie, who is also a former BBC scenic artist. Her impressive hand paintings reminds me of the work of Guido Daniele who also turns hands into architecture, animals or anything you could imagine. Website: annieralli.com

Explosive Diahhrea Explosive Diahhrea The Ryan's Steakhouse Storyby Anonymous Funniest darn thing that has ever happened to me. A couple of weeks ago we decided to cruise out to Ryan's Steakhouse for dinner. It was a Wednesday night, which means that macaroni and beef was on the hot bar, indeed the only night of the week that it is served. We went through the line and placed our orders for the all-you-can-eat hot bar then sat down as far away from the front of the restaurant as possible in order to keep the density of kids down a bit. I had not really been feeling well all day, what with a bit of gas and such. Unfortunately, that was not to be. I went to the normal stall. For those women who may be reading this, let me take a moment to explain "The Move." I was about halfway into "The Move" when I looked down at the floor and saw a pile of vomit that had been previously expelled by one of those little bastards attending kids night. But remember, I was only halfway down on the toilet at that moment.

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Wine corks portrait - Scott Gundersen - The GROUND Magazine Chicago based illustrator and artist Scott Gundersen creates his portraits from thousands of used and recycled corks. Starting with a large photograph that’s transferred to a drawing, Gundersen pins each cork to the canvas, creating a correlation between the hues of the wine-stained corks and the value of light or shadow in the portrait. Scott Gundersen has made these incredible portraits, one using 3,621, 3,842 and the other using 9,217 natural wine corks. See more images and a video below. “Trisha”, 46” X 56”, 3,621 wine corks, 2012 How to make a wine cork portrait. “Grace” 66” x 96” 9,217 wine corks. 2010. “Grace” 506 minutes into the process. “Jeanne” 46” x 57” 3842 wine corks. 2009. 11 people like this post.

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