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19-year-old artist has some amazing makeup skills
Gingerina
14 jun 2016 12:52

Saida Mickeviciute is a 19-year-old artist based out of London. In her free time, she practices her makeup skills with some pretty awesome designs.

Saida Mickeviciute is a 19-year-old artist based out of London. In her free time, she practices her makeup skills with some pretty awesome designs.

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Ukrainian Artist Travels The World Painting Doors In Watercolor
Gingerina
25 may 2016 14:33

While traveling around the world, it is possible to notice one thing – none of the doors are the same. Sometimes extraordinary, outstanding and mysterious doors often are perceived as an opportunity to get into some kind of magical world. Young artist Viktoria Kravchenko draw watercolours of doors worldwide and reminds that doors can also be artwork.

While traveling around the world, it is possible to notice one thing – none of the doors are the same.

Tags: artist   door   traveling   watercolor  
Artist Spends 1000s Of Hours Crocheting Wire Into Anatomically Correct Heart
Gingerina
16 may 2016 10:07

Artist Anne Mondro is putting the art in heart with these amazing anatomically correct hearts. She makes them by crocheting tinned copper wire and we’re sure you’ll agree that the results are nothing short of spectacular.

Artist Anne Mondro is putting the art in heart with these amazing anatomically correct hearts. She makes them by crocheting tinned copper wire and we’re sure you’ll agree that the results are...

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Russian Artist Turns Boring Soviet Apartment Building Walls Into Art
Gingerina
19 feb 2016 10:39

How can one fight the greyness and blandness of everyday life? With mad painting skills, apparently. Boris Chernichenko, who comes from the Russian city of Astrakhan, smote banality by decorating the stairwell in his apartment building. No more plain, white-ish walls – they’re now decorated with murals of natural landscapes.

How can one fight the greyness and blandness of everyday life? With mad painting skills, apparently. Boris Chernichenko, who comes from the Russian city of Astrakhan, ...

Tags: art   artist   building   russia   wall  
Hypnotizing GIFs Of Everyday Objects By Polish Artist
Gingerina
10 dec 2015 11:12

Feliks Konczakowski makes everyday objects interesting by turning them into looping gifs. The Polish artist uses Adobe After Effects to make his hypnotic images, featuring objects such as cauliflowers and ears.

Feliks Konczakowski makes everyday objects interesting by turning them into looping gifs. The Polish artist uses Adobe After Effects to make his hypnotic images, ...

Tags: artist   gif   object  
Artists Who Really Stood Out In Their Painting Class
Gingerina
13 may 2015 13:43

The growing popularity of group painting classes (especially the ones where you drink) is allowing us to discover a new generation of genius artists that have been hiding among us.

The growing popularity of group painting classes (especially the ones where you drink) is allowing us to discover a new generation of genius artists that have been hiding among us.

Tags: artist   class   fun   painting  
Most People Would Overlook An Old Saw Blade...But Not This Artist
Gingerina
17 feb 2015 10:02

It's no secret that saw blades can be used to make all kinds of beautiful things, from furniture to houses. Yet most people probably don't think that they can be turned into art themselves. Artist Daniel Thomson of MyndScapes saw something in saw blades other than their utilitarian nature. He turns the once plain tools into canvases for his artwork.

It's no secret that saw blades can be used to make all kinds of beautiful things, from furniture to houses. Yet most people probably don't think that they can be turned into art themselves.

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Hollywood Make-Up Artist Transforms Into Pop Culture Characters
Katarina
29 oct 2014 12:20

When make-up artist Kandee Johnson isn't working on the prettiest faces in Hollywood, she's replicating them. Just check out her Facebook page and you'll be surprised to see all of the famous people she's transformed into which include Elsa from the hit Disney movie Frozen to iconic movie star Lucille Ball. Her Youtube video channel alone has over 2.3 million subscribers who come to find out how they too can look like Daenerys Targaryn from the Game of Thrones or Effie...

When make-up artist Kandee Johnson isn't working on the prettiest faces in Hollywood, she's replicating them.

Tags: artist   hollywood   make-up   reansformation  
Paralyzed Artist Learns To Use Her Mouth To Paint Masterpieces
Katarina
24 oct 2014 10:12

Artist Mariam Paré was just beginning her creative career as a 20-year-old art student in 1996, when she was shot in the spine and left paralyzed from the neck down. Despite the dire circumstances and limitations she was forced to accept, Paré found a way to continue her artistic path. While in therapy, she learned to write her name with a pen in her mouth and eventually that skill led to maintaining control over a paintbrush. In an interview with USA Today, the artist says, "Now, I...

Artist Mariam Paré was just beginning her creative career as a 20-year-old art student in 1996, when she was shot in the spine and left paralyzed from the neck down.

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Tal Peleg creates the designs using liquid eyeliner and eyeshadow
Katarina
05 jun 2014 11:32

A young make-up artist continues to amaze the art world with her incredible miniature masterpieces - painted onto her eyelid.
Using just make-up tools such as liquid eyeliner and eyeshadow, plus tiny appliqué particles, Israeli make-up professional and blogger Tal Peleg imagines scenes from fairy tales, classic novels and emotions onto her face.

A young make-up artist continues to amaze the art world with her incredible miniature masterpieces - painted onto her eyelid.

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Amazing Fantasy Creatures Brought to Life by Talented Artist
Katarina
19 may 2014 12:30

Ever wondered what the creatures of your imagination would look like in real life? I’m sure you have, but just like me, you probably lack the talent and patience to actually take them out of your dreams and into reality. Luckily, artist Wood Splitter Lee is both incredibly talented and patient-enough to do it. Plus, her imagination is so much better than mine…

Ever wondered what the creatures of your imagination would look like in real life? I’m sure you have, but just like me, ...

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Seattle Artist Creates Massive 3D Chess Set
Katarina
17 apr 2014 14:28

Pamela Mummy is a figurative artist in the Seattle, WA area who has had her work featured in many galleries and exhibitions. The pictures below show her latest brilliant piece of work: a massive 3d chess sets

Pamela Mummy is a figurative artist in the Seattle, WA area who has had her work featured in many galleries and exhibitions.

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Artist paints woman's entire body to make her look like a parrot
Katarina
17 mar 2014 13:52

At first glance, this photo appears to show a parrot perching on a tree - sporting a curved beak, colourful feathers and a pointed tail.
But, in fact, it is a woman whose entire body has been cleverly painted to resemble the tropical bird.
The spectacular work of art was created by Johannes Stoetter, a former world champion body painter.

At first glance, this photo appears to show a parrot perching on a tree - sporting a curved beak, colourful feathers and a pointed tail.

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 Artist Hikaru Cho “My Body My Rights”
Katarina
07 mar 2014 11:32

Artist Hikaru Cho paints her model's face as part of Amnesty International's global campaign “My Body My Rights” on sexual and reproductive rights.

Artist Hikaru Cho paints her model's face as part of Amnesty International's global campaign “My Body My Rights” on sexual and reproductive rights.

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Photorealistic Ballpoint Pen Drawings by Gareth Edwards
Helen
09 sep 2013 11:46

Just how incredible are these photorealistic ballpoint pen drawings by artist Gareth Edwards? Using regular ballpoint pens and, in some cases, acrylic paint pen, the UK-based artist meticulously creates portraits of such famous celebrities as Audrey Hepburn, Walt Disney and Humphrey Bogart with Candy Toxton (from the film Knock on any Door (1949)).

Just how incredible are these photorealistic ballpoint pen drawings by artist Gareth Edwards? Using regular ballpoint pens and, in some cases, acrylic paint pen, ...

Tags: "pen"   art   artist   ballpoint   gareth-edwards  
Unbelievable Latte Artworks by Mattsun
Helen
04 sep 2013 14:00

Mattsun is a Japanese latte artist from Osaka and currently living and working in Tokyo. Mattsun drew his first latte art in 2009 while working at an Italian restaurant. Since then he has drawn over 500 different latte artworks and even showcased his work at the 2012 ‘Blue Sky Latte Art’ exhibit in Dotonbori, Osaka.

Mattsun is a Japanese latte artist from Osaka and currently living and working in Tokyo. Mattsun drew his first latte art in 2009 while working at an Italian restaurant.

Tags: artist   artwork   japanese   latte   mattsun   osaka   unbelievable  
Pulling the world apart, one animal at a time
Helen
23 aug 2013 11:40

The street artist going by the name of Nychos didn’t have what we’d call a ‘normal’ upbringing. He was born into an Austrian hunting family in South Africa and spent much of his childhood seeing things which many ‘normal’ people would consider cruel or even brutal. For Nychos though, it was a fascinating world. At seven he was bitten by a boar while he was playing in the forest close to home. Just a little while later he had boar meat for lunch. In another instance he saw a dead baby lamb...

The street artist going by the name of Nychos didn’t have what we’d call a ‘normal’ upbringing. He was born into an Austrian hunting family in South Africa and spent much of his childhood seeing...

Tags: anatomy   animal   apart   art   artist   nychos   street  
Street Artist Turns Found Garbage Into Quirky Characters
Helen
23 aug 2013 11:29

Street artist Francisco de Pájaro (aka “Art Is Trash”) takes piles of garbage found on the street and turns it into quirky art by painting faces and arranging it in humorous ways. The Spanish-born artist recently hit the streets of London and created a series with that city’s trash. Global Street Art’s James Buxton recently interviewed Pájaro for Société Perrier and quotes him, “We consume a lot, and rubbish is part of that, it’s people wasting things. There’s a romantic aspect, somebody’s...

Street artist Francisco de Pájaro (aka “Art Is Trash”) takes piles of garbage found on the street and turns it into quirky art by painting faces and arranging it in humorous ways.

Lord of the Rings Characters Illustrated as Tarot Cards
Helen
23 aug 2013 11:26

Russia-based artist SceithAilm has illustrated various characters from The Lord of the Rings as tarot cards. To see the rest of the collection, head over to her DeviantART gallery.

Russia-based artist SceithAilm has illustrated various characters from The Lord of the Rings as tarot cards. To see the rest of the collection, head over to her DeviantART gallery.

Tags: artist   card   character   cool   illustration   lord-of-the-rings   sceithaim   tarot  
Internet Logo Designs Transformed Into Fashion
Helen
23 aug 2013 11:33

In this series, California-based photographer Viktorija Pashuta transformed a variety of web browser icons into trendy fashion statements. The Latvian fashion photographer has always wondered What if girls were internet browsers?, and so, the project brings that vision to life through a creative interpretation of the notable logos.To develop the project, Pashuta envisioned each browser with certain characteristics based on the styles of the popular symbols. She developed ensembles based off...

In this series, California-based photographer Viktorija Pashuta transformed a variety of web browser icons into trendy fashion statements.

Tags: "internet"   artist   design   fashion   girl   interpretation   logo   style   viktorija-pashuta  
Things From Space
Helen
18 aug 2013 09:40

Arroyo Grande, California-based artist Mark Bryan has created a surreal collection of sci-fi themed oil paintings titled Things From Space. The paintings portray a futuristic vision of Earth that is under attack by monstrous alien robots and UFOs. In a few of his pieces, Mark mixes in pop culture icons who are either helping to protect us (Mona Lisa) or are one of the many helpless victims (Bambi). Prints are available to purchase online via Mark’s Imagekind store.

Arroyo Grande, California-based artist Mark Bryan has created a surreal collection of sci-fi themed oil paintings titled Things From Space.

Tags: arroyo-grande   art   artist   california   mark-bryan   modern   space  
These Photos Look Kinda Fishy
Helen
14 aug 2013 12:58

What do most people do with fish they bring home from the market? If you’re normal you’d probably gut it and eat. (Actually if you’re really normal you buy that stuff pre-cut so you don’t ever have to look at their cold dead eyes staring back at you.) If you’re… not so normal like Paris based artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard, you might make a weird-ass photo series of fish working on assembly lines or in laboratories. The series is called “Les Temps Modernes” (Modern Times in English)...

What do most people do with fish they bring home from the market? If you’re normal you’d probably gut it and eat.

Tags: anne-catherine-becker-echivard   art   artist   fish   head   photo  
Faceless People With Moving Mechanical Parts in Their Heads
Helen
03 sep 2013 11:56

Belgrade, Serbia artist Milos “Sholim” Rajkovic has created a surreal collection of animated GIFs showcasing faceless people with moving mechanical parts packed into their heads. In an interview with The Daily Dot, Milos shared that the models he used his GIFs were “politicians, corporate people, or just pretty faces from the commercials that we watched for hundreds of times during a day and who have no identity and personality.”

Belgrade, Serbia artist Milos “Sholim” Rajkovic has created a surreal collection of animated GIFs showcasing faceless people with moving mechanical parts packed into their heads.

Tags: Milos “Sholim” Rajkovic   art   artist   faceless   head   mechanical   odd   people   serbia   strange   weird  
Dr. Seuss Body Art
Helen
21 aug 2013 11:27

Make up artist Lex Fleming did this series of Dr. Seuss body art. She’s got One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, The Cat In The Hat, The Lorax, and more! They’re all super impressive not to mention incredibly nostalgic. Reminds me of my pappy learning me how to read all those years ago. I was a late bloomer, so like, two, maybe three years ago. But I’m not ashamed. As they say: better late than never. Or as pappy used to tell me: you aren’t getting any younger and you were never that good...

Make up artist Lex Fleming did this series of Dr. Seuss body art. She’s got One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, The Cat In The Hat, The Lorax, and more!

Tags: art   artist   body-art   cool   dr. seuss   fun   lex-fleming   make-up  
Hyper Realistic Paintings by Simon Hennessey
Helen
02 sep 2013 10:38

Simon Hennessey is a Birmingham, UK based artist who paints realistic images of famous landmarks around the world as reflected in the lenses of a pair of sunglasses. Like most hyper-realistic painters, Hennessey’s process starts with the camera. But instead of simply copying the photograph, the artist proceeds to add or remove details, depth, add textures, form and color values, thereby creating an illusion of a reality not seen in any photographic source. “My Paintings therefore appear...

Simon Hennessey is a Birmingham, UK based artist who paints realistic images of famous landmarks around the world as reflected in the lenses of a pair of sunglasses.

Tags: art   artist   camera   famous   hyper-realistic   painting   reflection   simon-hennesy   sunglasses  
Cheetah
Helen
21 aug 2013 10:55

There are several primate sanctuaries around the country that are home to chimpanzees who have retired from “careers” in entertainment and medical research. If they seem interested, many of these chimps are allowed to paint.
 
To raise awareness and funds, The Humane Society is holding a contest for six of these artists. Here are the animals and their masterpieces…

There are several primate sanctuaries around the country that are home to chimpanzees who have retired from “careers” in entertainment and medical research.

Tags: animal   art   artist   chimpanzee   colorful   cool   creative   painting   rescue  
Disney Princesses and Villains Illustrated as Elemental Benders
Helen
30 aug 2013 14:08

Texas-based artist and animator Robby Cook has illustrated Disney princesses, villains, and other characters as elemental benders from Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender. Jasmine is depicted as a firebender with her lightning tiger Rajah, Mulan is a member of the earth-bending Kyoshi Warrior clan, Pocahontas is appropriately an airbender, and Ariel is a waterbender. Ursula, the villain of The Little Mermaid, is a corrupted waterbender who controls Ariel through the dark art of...

Texas-based artist and animator Robby Cook has illustrated Disney princesses, villains, and other characters as elemental benders from Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Tags: artist   cool   disney   element   illustration   princess   robby-cook   villains  
Artist Captures Tiny People in the Real World
Helen
21 aug 2013 11:54

Using sculpture, found objects, and photography, Roy Tyson creates scenes featuring little people doing various tasks in settings that are perfectly ordinary-sized from our perspective, but to them are much larger and perhaps insurmountable…

Using sculpture, found objects, and photography, Roy Tyson creates scenes featuring little people doing various tasks in settings that are perfectly ordinary-sized from our perspective, ...

Tags: art   artist   people   perspective   real   roy-tyson   scene   sculpture   tiny   world  
Vibrant Woodcut Illustrations Inspired by Eastern Europe
Helen
29 aug 2013 14:49

Polish artist Roman Klonek creates delightfully vibrant illustrations using traditional woodcut techniques. The illustrations are inspired by cartoons, propaganda, and pop culture from Eastern Europe. Klonek demonstrates his labor-intensive process in this video by Bungalow.

Polish artist Roman Klonek creates delightfully vibrant illustrations using traditional woodcut techniques. The illustrations are inspired by cartoons, propaganda, and pop culture from Eastern Europe.

Tags: art   artist   cultur   eastern   illustration   polish   roman-klonek   vibrant   woodcut  
Optical Illusions Portraits
Helen
07 sep 2013 14:47

Optical illusions is just a fancy way of saying eye trickery, except it’s bigger words and harder to spell. This is a series of cray cray portraits, chock full of optical illusions aka eye trickery. The kinda stuff that’s gonna make your eyeballs be all “WAIT WUT?” and your brain say “This is too much for me to take in, I need a nap.” And is that what you want? IS IT? The person responsible for this madness is Ukrainian artist Oleg Shuplyak. Great job, Oleg! I mean, seriously? My eyeballs...

Optical illusions is just a fancy way of saying eye trickery, except it’s bigger words and harder to spell. This is a series of cray cray portraits, chock full of optical illusions aka eye trickery.

Toy Story Meets The Shining
Helen
21 aug 2013 11:50

The third Toy Story movie went to some dark places, but it didn’t go all the way to the alcoholic murder hotel. Artist Kyle Lambert rectifies that obvious oversight with his digital paintings, which cast Pixar’s talking toys as characters from Stanley Kubrick’s horror classic The Shining. See what happens when all work and no play makes Woody a dull toy.Lambert explains that he created this series after reading Toy Story 3 director Lee Unkrich’s tweets about The Shining, which Unkrich says...

The third Toy Story movie went to some dark places, but it didn’t go all the way to the alcoholic murder hotel.

Tags: artist   cool   horror   hotel   kyle-lambert   murder   pixar   shining   stanley-kubrick   toy-story  
Crocheting a Locomotive in Lodz, Poland
Helen
21 aug 2013 11:45

Although currently living in the United States, crochet artist Olek recently returned to her native country of Poland for an epic project. Over the course of two straight (and rainy) days, Olek and her team of four assistants ‘yarn bombed’ an entire locomotive with two freight cars in tow. Olek had already crocheted many of the panels beforehand but they still had to be assembled to cover the train.The team worked through the night to pull off the massive undertaking, debuting the crocheted...

Although currently living in the United States, crochet artist Olek recently returned to her native country of Poland for an epic project.

Tags: artist   crocheting   locomotive   lodz   olek   poland   project