Blurring the Lines Between Organic and Digital Faces. The large-scale oil paintings of Los Angeles-based artist Justin Bower present a series of unconventional portraits of the modern human head.
The painter's work features a visual clashing of figurative art and abstraction. Stunning Portraits Mixed with Swirling Ink in Water. Depicting Raw Emotion Through Powerful Faceless Figures. London-based artist Justin Harris utilizes a mix of media (oil, acrylic, pencil, and pastel on canvas) to create four powerful pieces for his series titled The Writer.
The illustrator uses faceless figurative forms to depict an assortment of raw emotion. Each fragmented subject is seen crossing over the blank, empty canvas onto a designated grid of color, though their figure remains black and white. Remarkable Hyperrealistic Sculptures by Rob Mueck. London-based Australian artist Ron Mueck produces unbelievably realistic sculptures with expressive facial features that complement their equally detailed human figures.
The hyperrealist sculptor's work is world renowned for its extraordinarily lifelike quality coupled with his affinity for playing with scale. Merry Christmas From 20 Terrific Creatives. As it's the day before Christmas, we thought, what better way is there to wish you all a very Merry Christmas than with the help of some very creative people?
So, just for you, we've put together this post of 20 different artworks or photos that each say "Happy Holidays! " or "Merry Christmas! " Portraits of Soldiers Before, During, and After War. Private Chris MacGregor, 24 Photographer Lalage Snow, who is currently based in Kabul, Afghanistan, embarked on an 8-month-long project titled We Are The Not Dead featuring portraits of British soldiers before, during, and after their deployment in Afghanistan.
Bike Helmets Have Never Been More FUN! (7 pieces) Meticulous Pencil Drawing of David's Face. Lora Zombie's Sweet New Grunge Art Comes to NY. Get ready!
For one night only, on November 8th from 7p to 10pm, self-taught painter Lora Zombie will be debuting over 50 brand new pieces at Broome Street gallery in Soho, New York. The Russian grunge artist captured our hearts along with millions of others with her colorful and unique style. She's previously exhibited in numerous group exhibitions but this will be the very first time she puts on her own solo show in New York. To see the talented and quirky artist hard at work, make sure to check out this video. Also, enjoy this special preview courtesy of Eyes on Walls.
Eyes on Walls website. Creative Illustrator Draws Himself into the Frame. UK-based digital artist Dan Lester combines photography and illustration into clever and intriguing images that really make you question what you're looking at.
Is it a photograph or a drawing? In actuality, it's both. The digital illustrator manages to bewilder his audience by merging the roles of model and artist into one entity in an innovative fashion. Unlike a typical set of self-portraits, the 21-year-old's Drawn On series depicts the multifaceted artist as the ultimate creator, drawing himself into the frame. His skilled hand is an extension of his drawing and vice versa. Fascinating Underground Worlds by Steve Duncan. Nottingham, England Urban historian, explorer, and photographer Steve Duncan has been investigating the underground world of sewers, tunnels, and subways for years.
Traveling beneath international cities including New York, Los Angeles, London, and Paris, he has great knowledge of many subterranean worlds. He has hosted the Discovery Channel show Urban Explorers and has also appeared on the History Channel as a dedicated expert on the subject of New York City's underground. Ghost Trains Roar Back to Life in Modern England. Though we've seen the present merged with the past in everything from Sergey Larenkov's WW II series to Shawn Clover's San Francisco earthquake blend, we're still incredibly intrigued when we get to see history presented in this incredibly creative way.
We came upon Stuart McPherson's interesting series called M&GN Ghosts just yesterday and felt compelled to share it with you. M&GN stands for Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway, a railway that ran in the eastern county of Norfolk in the UK from 1893 to 1959. Interestingly, it was frequently referred to as the "Muddle and Go Nowhere" because it served a mostly rural region, but after its closure this phrase was commonly replaced with the phrase "Missed and Greatly Needed. "
- StumbleUpon. Pop Culture Characters Built With Beer and Soda Cans. Every day, artists are getting more and more creative with ideas for recycling, ranging anywhere from flattened-can mosaics to sculptures formed out of pages from old books.
Japanese artist Makaon uses old cans to build fictional characters, superheroes, and robots that give fun new life to these used and empty containers. Using an origami-like process, the artist bends, twists, and flattens layers of aluminum to create the complex forms, featuring a range of characters from Super Mario, Luigi, Hello Kitty, and Pikachu, to Batman, Darth Vader, and Buzz Lightyear. It's not only interesting to explore the range of characters that Makaon conjures up, but it's also fun to identify which liquids had to be consumed in order to obtain all of the necessary materials. Beer and soda cans, as well as energy drinks, allow for the accurate color range, and the artist mixes drink containers depending on the required palette.
Astonishing Painted Bodies Form a Mangled Car. Adelaide-based artist Emma Hack uses her expertise skill at body painting for this jarring anti-speeding campaign for Motor Accident Commission, as conceived by advertising agency Clemenger BBDO Adelaide. The campaign depicts a mangled car that is actually made of carefully positioned human bodies.
There are seventeen men and women within the anamorphic image of a car that has clearly been in an accident with up to five layers of paint coating their bodies. Hack, who is probably best known as the body painter for Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" music video, took eighteen painstaking hours to complete the ambitious visual and says, "Technically, it's probably the most difficult job I have ever done. Breathtaking Landscape Photos by Antony Spencer. Stunning Photos of Burning Man Art by Trey Ratcliff. Who better to show us the incredible art at Burning Man than Met friend and professional HDR photographer Trey Ratcliff? The Cutest Little Kitten in the World. 12 Unbelievably Magnificent Surreal Sculptures.
In the dictionary, the word surreal is defined as something unreal and fantastic or "having a oddly dreamlike quality. " If surreal art can do anything, it can make us feel like we haven't woken up from a nightmare or a dream. More than that, however, it has the power of making the impossible suddenly seem possible. Though the cultural movement started back in the 1920s by a small group of writers and artists who wanted to unlock the power of the imagination, the art form still exists today and is seen in a wide variety of different forms from beautiful photo manipulations to unbelievable sculptures.
Today, we take a look at 12 sculptures we've spotted over the years that have that distinct dreamlike quality. While some seem sweet and subtle, still others are quite shocking, no doubt created to knock you right off your feet. Spectacular Hyper-Realistic Venom Body Art. Top 6 Tumblr Blogs for Photography Lovers. Juxtaposing Vietnam's Incredible Past and Present. While time travel has not yet become a viable option, we are given the opportunity to take a journey into the past through images. Dried Tea Leaves Form Gorgeous Landscapes.
A Satirical Look at the Controversial Art of Painting Cats. Visually Blending a Century of San Francisco History. Shawn Clover merges the past and the present in this series of photographs, entitled 1906 + 2010: The Earthquake Blend. Breathtakingly Enchanted Landscapes Radiate with Color. My Modern Metropolis. The Fine Art of Dogs (15 photos) British photographer Tim Flach sees animals in a completely different way. Having completed postgraduate studies at St. Heartbreakingly Beautiful Portraits of Shelter Dogs. I came across Traer Scott's portraits of dogs living in American shelters and was immediately taken aback by the mix of emotions I felt. Romantic Couple Has a Traditional Wedding in Every Country They Visit. Adorable Dog Portraits Filled with Personality. Sweet Sleeping Newborn Photography by Maria Murray. Wonderfully Witty Dog Portraits by Ron Schmidt.
Capturing the Boom of Skateboarding in the 1960s. Adorable Baby Chicks Wearing Funny Little Hats. The Dangerous Labor of Sulfur Miners in Indonesia. Delicate Butterflies Interact with Feminine Forms. Remarkable Pixelated Portraits Made of Computer Keys. Simply Beautiful Self-Portraits from a 17-Year-Old. Hauntingly Beautiful Skeleton Makeup Girl. Mysterious Ghosts Move About New York City. Extraordinary Hyperrealistic Ballpoint Pen Portrait. Awesome Breaking Bad Art Exhibition. An Incredible Matrix of Red Beads. Majestic Driftwood Elephant Sculptures. Brick Train is Magnificent Time Capsule for English School. Artist's Mother Inspires Beautiful Butterfly Installation. Gigantic Colored Pencils Suspended in Rural Japan. Maddie the Coonhound Standing On Things (Part 2) The Thinking Man's Book Sculptures.
Illuminating Garbage to Raise Awareness About Plastic Bags. Colorful Geometric Illustrations of London 2012 Olympics. Intricate Lacy Patterns Along the Baltic Sea. Portrait Paintings Across Rows of Floppy Disks. Color Pencil Portraits of Classic Pop Culture Families. Thousands of Threads Form Vibrant Rainbows. Colorful Umbrellas Magically Float in Mid-Air. Glowing Planets Float Along the Surface of Earth. - StumbleUpon. Embroidered Graffiti by Sarah Greaves. Beautifully Mysterious Underwater World. Young Artist Takes Surreal Self-Portraits to Express Emotions. Escaping Reality Into a Mysterious Surreal Dream. Animal Watercolor Portraits Burst with Color. Humongous Maze Will Be Made of 250,000 Books. Artistic Human Chalk Explosions. More Gorgeous Ink and Tea Illustrations by Carne Griffiths. Top 7 Digital Artists to Follow on Behance « My Life Scoop.
New Spectacular Self-Portraits by 18-Year-Old Alex Stoddard. Mythical Dragon Sculpture Made of Shattered CDs. Some Cool Bikes Mаdе Оut Оf Оld Watches - Lol My Day - Funny Images - Let us to make your day. : Irina Werning. Articles: This Is Not a Photograph. Cecily Brown. Freebie Vectors, Download Free Vectors. Heartwarming Pictures of Dogs in Windows. Ashes and snow. Joefentonart. Liam Brazier illustration and animation.