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Sensual hyperrealistic portrait paintings of women by Mike Dargas

Posted by Jayalakshmi on February 27, 2015 at 9:18am 0 Comments

Mike Dargas was a child prodigy in painting, he was admitted to art school while he was still in his teens. After completing his studies he worked as a tattoo artist specializing in realistic portrait tattoos, earning fame and recognition. He changed the course of his career and switched to painting, specializing in hyperrealism.…

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Spellbinding monochromatic colored pencil line drawings by Morten Schelde

Posted by rakesh on February 26, 2015 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

Danish artist Morten Schelde creates stunning drawings using a single color pencil. Like most line drawings Schelde's artwork also have a sense of mystery to them. Whats most striking in Schelde's work is the clever use of colors and lines to create an image that has very deep impact on the viewer. I personally feel hypnotized by the…

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Beautiful photographs of paint dissolving in water by Chris Slabber

Posted by Veena Venugopal on February 26, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Chris Slabber is an freelance artist and illustrator based out of South Africa. Chris has created a series of beautiful images by mixing paint in water. Once the photographs of swirling paint in water are taken he goes a step further by manipulating these photos to add human shapes and faces to create that surreal…

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Fantabulous manga illustrations by Wenqing Yan

Posted by Jayalakshmi on February 26, 2015 at 1:30am 0 Comments

Known more by her pseudonym Yuumei on DeviantArt where she is extremely popular, Wenqing Yan creates colorful digital illustrations featuring manga characters. In spite of being in anime style her artworks make commentary on various social issues especially rampant urbanization at the cost of environment. She is an alumina of UC Berkely and…

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Hyperrealistic large format paintings of ocean waves by Ran Ortner

Posted by rakesh on February 25, 2015 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Artist Ran Ortner has a colorful history, before becoming an artist he was a motorcycle racer, a mechanic and a surfer (which he still is). Ran Ortner's inspiration for creating huge paintings of water and waves has a lot to do with him being a surfer. Ran uses traditional custom made oil colors for his paintings. Watch the documentary on…

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Handcut paper portraits by Korean artist Yoo Hyun

Posted by Veena Venugopal on February 25, 2015 at 4:30am 0 Comments

Korean artist Yoo Hyun creates delicate cut paper portraits by cutting geometrical patterns into greyscale portraits of famous personalities and movie stars. …

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Personified animal sculptures by Beth Cavener Stichter

Posted by rakesh on February 24, 2015 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

Artist Beth Cavener Stichter creates sculptures of domesticated animals with human attributes. The animals are shown with a mixture of behaviour that is akin to humans and also similar to that of the animal. Beth with her animal sculptures is actually trying to make a statement about the basic animal instincts within humans like fear, sex,…

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Vibrant oriental bridal fashion photography by Anushka Menon

Posted by Veena Venugopal on February 23, 2015 at 11:00am 0 Comments

The stunning photoshoot was done by fashion and beauty photographer Anushka Menon for fashion, arts and Home furnishing company Kundalini Arts which draws inspiration for its creations from Oriental Indian and Asian designs. …

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