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Surreal Portraits Of Animals Traveling The Earth
Katarina
12 dec 2014 08:48

Can you imagine life without animals? They are not only our best friends, but what is more important that they are the necessary element of global nature balance. Without them we couldn’t exist. It’s very sad that our activities around the world make their lives so complicated, hard and dangerous. We have to do all we can to repair everything what we have destroyed. n these images, the author decided to use animals as the main characters. They are so much better than humans.

Can you imagine life without animals? They are not only our best friends, but what is more important that they are the necessary element of global nature balance. Without them we couldn’t exist.

Tags: animal   portraits   surreal  
Stunning Portraits By Bernard Pras
Katarina
01 dec 2014 08:32

French artist Bernard Pras is widely known for his unbelievable found-object installations. In anamorphic artworks like these, he hides his images in piles of what seems to be plain junk. They can only be seen through a particular device or just from a right angle.

French artist Bernard Pras is widely known for his unbelievable found-object installations. In anamorphic artworks like these, he hides his images in piles of what seems to be plain junk.

Tags: istallation   portraits  
Dino Tomic's Art Looks So Real
Katarina
25 nov 2014 14:29

Dino Tomic, also known under the pseudonym Atomiccircus creates amazing portraits that look like real photographs. His attention to detail is stunning.

Dino Tomic, also known under the pseudonym Atomiccircus creates amazing portraits that look like real photographs. His attention to detail is stunning.

Tags: portraits   realistic  
Enchanting Portraits of Fairytale Scenes Featuring Wild Animals
Katarina
11 nov 2014 14:26

Moscow-based photographer Darya Kondratyeva reinterprets spellbinding tales of enchantment in her beautiful portraits of young women and their animal companions. Inspired by the stories of figures like Little Red Riding Hood, Gretel, and Brave’s Merida, the photographer transports the viewer to distant, mythical realms through her stunning shots.

Moscow-based photographer Darya Kondratyeva reinterprets spellbinding tales of enchantment in her beautiful portraits of young women and their animal companions.

Tags: fairy   photography   portraits   russia  
Artist Uses A Bicycle Tire To Paint Portraits Of International Landmar
Katarina
10 nov 2014 11:33

Artist and cycling enthusiast Thomas Yang has developed a series of art prints for his ongoing 100copies project that not only take inspiration from his passion for bike riding but are actually created with the tire of a bicycle. The Singapore-based creative director explores the unconventional use of a tire as his paintbrush as he dips it in ink and carefully rolls the textured wheel over his canvas. Yang has used the tracks to create brilliantly textured illustrations of four of the...

Artist and cycling enthusiast Thomas Yang has developed a series of art prints for his ongoing 100copies project that not only take inspiration from his passion for bike riding but are actually...

Tags: bicycle   portraits   tire  
Portraits of people around the world by Steve McCurry
Katarina
07 nov 2014 10:24

Legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry, who counts the famous Afghan Girl portrait as only one of his many amazing photos, is opening a retrospective exhibit in Italy called “Steve McCurry: Oltre Lo Sguardo” that will feature 150 photos taken throughout the 30 years of his illustrious career. The photos, taken among people of various cultures around the world, emphasize his unparalleled ability to capture the human soul through a lens.

Legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry, who counts the famous Afghan Girl portrait as only one of his many amazing photos, ...

Tags: McCurry   people   portraits   steve  
Dollar Bills Turned Into Portraits of American Icons
Katarina
07 oct 2014 14:48

In a series called American Iconomics, artist James Charles explored what our money might look like if it was dedicated to the cultural icons and characters who have shaped America’s, and the world’s, cultural evolution.

In a series called American Iconomics, artist James Charles explored what our money might look like if it was dedicated to the cultural icons and characters who have shaped America’s, and the world’s, ...

Tags: dollars   portraits  
These Incredible Portraits Weren't Captured With A Camera
Katarina
07 oct 2014 09:44

Monica Lee is not a photographer, which you will probably find hard to believe when you look at her work. Instead of a capturing her subjects in a series of snaps, she uses pencil and paper to etch out every detail.The artist uploads these incredible sketches inspired by real life to her Facebook and Instagram. Her focus on the minute aspects of our world, things our eyes even blur out when they're right in front of us, is breathtaking. Looking into the eyes of these graphite...

Monica Lee is not a photographer, which you will probably find hard to believe when you look at her work.

Tags: pencil   portraits  
Portraits Out Of Packing Tape By Mark Khaisman
Katarina
01 aug 2014 14:28

Born in 1958 in Kiev, Ukraine, artist Mark Khaisman studied Art and Architecture at the Moscow Architectural Institute in Russia. Now living in Philadelphia, USA, Khaisman uses rolls of brown packaging tape to create incredible works of art. Mark characterizes his work as ‘pictorial illusions formed by light and shadow’. The three key elements are: translucent packing tape, clear acrylic or film panels, and light. By superimposing layers of packaging tape Mark can ‘play on degrees of opacity...

Born in 1958 in Kiev, Ukraine, artist Mark Khaisman studied Art and Architecture at the Moscow Architectural Institute in Russia.

Tags: packing   portraits   tape  
Glass Portraits Are Sliced Incredibly Like a Loaf of Bread
Katarina
11 jun 2014 14:19

Self-taught, California-based artist Loren Stump makes a variety of beautiful glass works, but he is best known for his incredible skill at murrine (also known as murrina or murrini), a 4,000-year-old Mideast technique where colored patterns or images made in a glass cane are revealed when cut in cross-sections. Murrine are designed by layering different colors of molten glass around a core, then heating and stretching it into a rod. When cool, the rod is sliced like a loaf of bread,...

Self-taught, California-based artist Loren Stump makes a variety of beautiful glass works, but he is best known for his incredible skill at murrine (also known as murrina or murrini), a 4, ...

Tags: glass   portraits  
Stunning Underwater Shipwreck Portraits Taken Off the Shores of Bali
Katarina
02 jun 2014 14:07

Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong, who wowed us with his shockingly creative photos of a man on fire, is no stranger to epic concepts and photo shoots. His most recent adventure may have been one of his most ambitious yet: a large-scale shoot involving two models, seven divers, and an underwater shipwreck off the shores of Bali. The result is a series of breathtaking images depicting ethereal models exploring the sunken ruins of the 50-year-old shipwreck, their hair and gowns...

Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong, who wowed us with his shockingly creative photos of a man on fire, is no stranger to epic concepts and photo shoots.

Tags: bali   portraits   underwater  
Adorable Portraits of Different Dog Breeds at 6 Weeks Old
Katarina
27 may 2014 12:00

UK-based pet photographer J. Nichole Smith's book Puppyhood: Life-size Portraits of Puppies at 6 Weeks Old is the epitome of cuteness, featuring page after page of the most adorable puppy photos. Smith, who recently opened the pet boutique Little & Large in London, photographed 25 breeds of dogs over a hectic 30-day period, all the while taking extra precautions to ensure the well-being and health of the young puppies. According to the book description on Amazon, the engaging images...

UK-based pet photographer J. Nichole Smith's book Puppyhood: Life-size Portraits of Puppies at 6 Weeks Old is the epitome of cuteness, featuring page after page of the most adorable puppy photos.

Tags: dogs   portraits  
Hyperrealistic Tattoo Portraits of Pop Culture Characters
Katarina
28 apr 2014 14:17

According to a recent Newsweek article, lately there's been a dramatic rise in the tattoo genre realism. No longer relegated to sculpture or painting, realism has taken over the tattoo world. In an attempt to depict people and things as accurately as possible, tattoo artists like Nikko Hurtado, Stefano Alcantara, and Paul Acker have been creating incredibly detailed portraits that look like they could be photographs.
Tattoos have come a long way since since the 1960s when tattooing was...

According to a recent Newsweek article, lately there's been a dramatic rise in the tattoo genre realism. No longer relegated to sculpture or painting, realism has taken over the tattoo world.

Tags: hyperrealistic   portraits   tattoo  
Extraordinary Conceptual Portraits by Christine Muraton
Katarina
22 apr 2014 11:36

French photographer Christine Muraton has an extraordinary talent for capturing hauntingly stunning photographs that convey intriguing stories. Inspired by literature, classical studies, philosophy, and psychology, the photographer creates highly atmospheric portraits that are often visually and conceptually ambiguous. Figures are blurred, obscured, or have their backs turned to the viewer, concealing identities by never fully revealing their faces. Subjects blend into unreal landscapes,...

French photographer Christine Muraton has an extraordinary talent for capturing hauntingly stunning photographs that convey intriguing stories.

Tags: extraordinary   portraits  
Portraits of a Militia in Central African Republic
Katarina
11 apr 2014 10:23

Anti-balaka militia originally sprang up to protect the Christian population of the Central African Republic, but now stand accused of human rights abuses themselves. Last month, the African Union branded militia targeting Muslims in Central African Republic as “terrorists” and said they would be treated as enemy combatants, a day after killing a Congolese peacekeeper and amid deepening international frustration at continuing violence in the impoverished and landlocked country.

Anti-balaka militia originally sprang up to protect the Christian population of the Central African Republic, but now stand accused of human rights abuses themselves.

Tags: africa   militia   portraits  
Portraits of Identical Twins at Age 50
Katarina
26 mar 2014 11:55

According to Confucius, 50 is the age when people begin to understand their fate. In an effort to visually explore this concept, Beijing-based photographer Gao Rongguo created this contemplative series, entitled Identical Twins, in which he photographs twin brothers and sisters from the Shandong province, where the artist grew up.

According to Confucius, 50 is the age when people begin to understand their fate. In an effort to visually explore this concept, ...

Tags: portraits   twins  
Wonderfully Witty Dog Portraits by Ron Schmidt
Helen
07 sep 2013 14:18

Though we've seen a lot of dog portraits in our time these might just take the cake as the most creative ever.Ron Schmidt is the person behind the company Loose Leashes, an online shop where he sells funny prints of our furry friends in wonderfully witty scenarios. Dog person or not, you can't help but fall in love with these photos.As he told Dogster, “All the images represent the freedom that a dog would have without someone holding its leash. These are the things dogs would do if no one...

Though we've seen a lot of dog portraits in our time these might just take the cake as the most creative ever.

Tags: dog   loose-leashes   photography   portraits   ron-schmidt  
Edible Portraits of Anime Characters Drawn on Toast
Helen
29 aug 2013 14:44

Twitter user ginkei_18 creates detailed portraits of anime characters on toast. According to Kotaku, ginkei_18 creates clear plastic stencils of the character and sprinkles cocoa powder and other edible substances onto the bread to create the toast art. For more, take a look at ginkei_18′s Twitter. Previously, we’ve written about a portrait of Willie Nelson made with toast and another toast mosaic depicting a toaster.

Twitter user ginkei_18 creates detailed portraits of anime characters on toast. According to Kotaku, ginkei_18 creates clear plastic stencils of the character and sprinkles cocoa powder and other...

Tags: "anime"   breakfast   character   cool   edible   food   kotaku   portraits   toast  
LEGO Pop-Culture Portraits by Chris McVeigh
Helen
23 aug 2013 11:34

on small card stock, LEGO builder Chris McVeigh (aka Powerpig) decided to create his own LEGO versions. That is, he would take pop-culture characters we all know and love and create small portraits of them using only LEGO bricks.After making just one, his fans gave him such positive feedback that he knew he was onto something. As he tells us, "I quickly put together one of Wolverine and posted it on Instagram and Facebook. I was blown away by the response, and so I challenged myself to do more."

on small card stock, LEGO builder Chris McVeigh (aka Powerpig) decided to create his own LEGO versions.

Tags: "lego"   art   chris-mcveigh   layered   portraits