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30 Unusual and Incredible Surreal Artworks

30 Unusual and Incredible Surreal Artworks
Today, we bring a collection of the most meaningful and conceptually creative surreal artworks. Surreal Art has now become a very familiar medium of art and it is growing continuously in its popularity because in this medium of art, artist has much more room to show his creativity and convey his feelings and way of thinking to his audience. Here is a collection of 30 very conceptual and momentous Surreal Artworks for you. Idee fixe Time The weakness of silence Saroja The cage I wasn’t born to suffer The dream Six Experts Too Much Heaven Monkey Voodoo Entity Nostalgia The Remnant A new life Hope Brainwash Every God Damn Thing Bonsai Linking Meditation Life is about.. Kubicki Stop time III Under The Last Moon Deepration Ex luce mutatio Moles and Trolls Hardware Psychoanalizing Related:  CG ART

Hajime Sorayama Official | Robots + Gynoids Sorayama started his illustration career in Tokyo painting Sexy Robotic forms, objects and pin-up. Intrigued by the effects of light on various metallic surfaces, and always ready for challenges to his technique and imagination, Sorayama began to produce a series of female robotic figures in the late 1970¹s; anatomically correct in form, but appearing to have been fashioned of molten silver. The term "Sexy Robot" was coined to describe them. In the late 1990's, Sorayama was approached by the Sony Corporation's Dr. The term "Gynoids" was created by the female British SF writer, Gwyneth Jones, and developed by another British writer, Richard Calder.

Vibrant Knife Painting ? Scene 360 - The Online Film and Arts Magazine Follow @Scene360: One Dollar Bill Art by Atypyk Two brilliant French artists, Ivan Duval and Jean Sebastien Ides, show us how to have fun with one dollar bill. To see more work by Atypyk, visit The Art of Sung Jin Kim Check out some impressive photo realistic, albeit very suggestive paintings by Korea’s Sung Jin Kim. More after the jump. Lydia Hearst by Elias Wessel for Vixen Magazine Spring 2010 Photographer Elias Wessel offers a first look at the upcoming Vixen Magazine with his kaleidoscopic cover shoot that features an abundant amount of gems, sequins and greenery. Aided by stylist Storm Pedersen and art director Sophy Holland, Wessel creates a story of grandiose surrealism starring cover girl Lydia Hearst. Full Credits (include if re-posting): Photographer – Elias Wessel Model – Lydia Hearst @ Wilhelmina Models Stylist – Storm Pedersen Art Direction – Sophy Holland Hair – Charley Brown Make Up – Yadim Manicurist – Kris Kiss for Red Stylists Photo Assistant – Heinrich Zimmermann Styling Assistant – Adrian Diaz

58 Breathtaking Matte Paintings by Raphael Lacoste Raphael Lacoste is a digital artist from Montreal, Canada. He studied fine arts, photography and video, and is now an art director. He worked on videogames such as Prince of Persia and Assassin’s Creed. This post features 58 breathtaking digital artworks from Raphael. Enjoy, and subscribe so you can see all the great artists that are featured in the future! Stunning Art Of Digital Artist Kerem Beyit | Inspiration | PelFusion Design... While browsing i came across interview of an amazing digital artist Kerem Beyit on PSDTuts. Interview was really informative and creative work of Kerem Beyit was stunning. Kerem Beyit is from Turkey and currently working as a freelancer. He has been in digital area for four years and has been awarded on many CG related sites. Advertisement Tags: artdigitalInspirationkerem beyitshowcase — Ferman Aziz Ferman Aziz is a designer, poet, writer and a good chess player.

The Book Surgeon (15 pieces) Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian Dettmer carves one page at a time. Nothing inside the out-of-date encyclopedias, medical journals, illustration books, or dictionaries is relocated or implanted, only removed. Dettmer manipulates the pages and spines to form the shape of his sculptures. He also folds, bends, rolls, and stacks multiple books to create completely original sculptural forms. "My work is a collaboration with the existing material and its past creators and the completed pieces expose new relationships of the book’s internal elements exactly where they have been since their original conception," he says. "The richness and depth of the book is universally respected yet often undiscovered as the monopoly of the form and relevance of the information fades over time. Dettmer is originally from Chicago, where he studied at Columbia College. Update: Read our exclusive interview with the Book Surgeon here. Brian Dettmer's website

35 Realistic 3D Robots Illustrations 35 Realistic 3D Robots Illustrations gathered from Deviant Art. Very Stunning and Fascinating 3D Robot Characters designs and illustrations. Looks very real. Robots have always been my favorite things to watch in movies, games and artworks. All Artworks are properly linked back to Artist’s Profile and artworks. Basically this is digital art. Do Robots Dream by `Fredy3D Gir by ~thekeyofE Venom Spider by ~RaZorCleaN bumblebee 2 by ~mrpeculiar R.A.T. by ~Xidon Shark Rex by ~heckthor Mech chameleon by ~tommaso-sanguigni RoboSpider V2 Test2 by *AnubisGraph Mech Spider Revisited by ~ART-HAUS-STUDIOS WiiBot by *spybg Googlebot by `emciem El Diablid Robo Dogs by ! Little Robot by ~wadaka StarCraft II Terran Marine by ~SgtHK Snail by ~evilhomer145 Mecha BUG AD – AP perspective by ~Rasyidxtreme Squarey Robot by ~TheAnimator0 microscopical by ~ReginaldBull Spider Mech by ~Liemn THE PEACE MAKER by =GstylezProdigy hello motooo by *phungdinhdung Rocketbot – new render by *protecta Robot Concept 7 by *aaronsimscompany

Beautiful/Decay Cult of the Creative Arts Allusion Yellena James uses pen and ink to create truly exquisite forms. What starts out as a single shape or line blossoms into magnificent mushroom-jellyfish hybrids, feeding my affinity for all things under the sea! Her artwork has been so perfectly described as “colorful arrangements of organic shapes and tangled lines (which) are at once floral and alien, organic and sci-fi, crafty and fantastic.” She’s done illustration work for clients such as Anthropologie and Nike, and her work has appeared in numerous art and design resources and publications like Vogue Australia and Giant Robot. Flutter Maybe Season Fizz

Surreal horror art by Beksinski (41 pics) | Pictures, art, graffiti, fun, zombies, funny ads, demotivationals, break up survival Surreal horror art and photography by Zdzislaw Beksinski (24 February, 1929 – 21 February, 2005). Beksinksi Beksinksi 2 Beksinksi 3 Beksinksi 4 Beksinksi 5 Beksinksi 6 Beksinksi 7 Beksinksi 8 Beksinksi 9 Beksinksi 10 Beksinksi 11 Beksinksi 12 Beksinksi 13 Beksinksi 14 Beksinksi 15 Beksinksi 16 Beksinksi 17 Beksinksi 18 Beksinksi 19 Beksinski photography Zdzislaw Beksinski 20 Zdzislaw Beksinski 21 Zdzislaw Beksinski 22 Zdzislaw Beksinski 23 Zdzislaw Beksinski 24 Zdzislaw Beksinski 25 Zdzislaw Beksinski 26 Zdzislaw Beksinski 27 Zdzislaw Beksinski 28 Zdzislaw Beksinski 29 Zdzislaw Beksinski 30 Zdzislaw Beksinski 31 Zdzislaw Beksinski 32 Zdzislaw Beksinski 33 Zdzislaw Beksinski 34 Zdzislaw Beksinski 35 Zdzislaw Beksinski 36 Zdzislaw Beksinski 37 Zdzislaw Beksinski 38 Zdzislaw Beksinski 39 Zdzislaw Beksinski 40 More surreal art by Beksinski from and Dmochowskigallery Be Sociable, Share! Related posts: Tagged as: Beksinski, horror art, paintings, photography, surreal art, zombies