Twenty-seven year old Cambodian artist, Visoth Kakvei, combines doodling with extensive digital enhancements to create masterpieces which seem to jump out of the page.
Eric Paré, a Canadian photographer, has travelled the world from San Francisco to Dubai in order to capture gorgeous, long exposure stills. Paré uses a camera remote, a light tube, and precise motions to paint the air around his model, Kim Henry, with flowing, ethereal ribbons of light.
A dutch artist named A. Boogert wrote and painted nearly 800 pages explaining the process of creating many shades of many colors. Boogert mixed watercolors to achieve a desired tone, and manipulated the shade by adding one to three parts water. The effect of his attention to detail is simple, yet staggering.
Yanis Georges is an artist from London creating unique 3D works of art. Yanis combines abstract and hyper-realistic methods to achieve incredible detail and beauty in objects no one has ever seen before.
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Dirty car owners find their cars “Vandalized” with amazing drawings where one person sees a dirty car, the other one sees a blank canvas. Continue reading
MIMIC is a series of new visual experiments using art from the past. In this project 6 paintings from the Pablo Picasso’s work have been recreated into modern 3D visuals.
Spring is here, and it not only looks good but tastes amazing as well! To prove this, pastry chefs from all over the place have gone online to share their food art in the form of blooming flower buttercream cakes!