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Beautiful hyper-realistic painting by Omar Ortiz

Beautiful hyper-realistic painting by Omar Ortiz
Omar Ortiz was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico in 1977, where he still resides, the main elements of his hyper-realistic paintings are the human figure and a magical set of fabrics. He studied for a degree in Graphic Design at college, where learned different techniques such as drawing, pastel, charcoal,... » read more

Portraits in front of graffiti by Kevin Peterson

Portraits in front of graffiti by Kevin Peterson
The contrast of innocence against a backdrop of a worn, ragged, and defiled world. This is the work, in oil on panels, of Kevin Peterson, graduated at Austin College in Sherman, Texas.   » read more

“Khoda” by Reza Dolatabati

"Khoda" by Reza Dolatabati
“Khoda” is an incredible animation by Reza Dolatabadi. It was made with over 6000 paintings produced during two years for a 5 minutes film. This psychological thriller has an amazing success by its complexity and beautiful results. Take a look! Director: Reza Dolatabadi 3D Animation: Adam Thomson Painting and Compositing:... » read more

Hand Paintings by Ray Massey

Hand Paintings by Ray Massey
A series of hand paintings by Ray Massey. They are amazing! » read more

Hubert de Lartigue acrylic lips

Hubert de Lartigue acrylic lips
Hubert de Lartigue is a France born artist (1963). He started his career in a packaging design studio, and then moved to illustration freelancing world. From the end of the 80s till 2003 his work was mainly focused on pin-ups, and he created several sci-fi magazine covers and role playing... » read more

Secret Identity

Secret Identity
‘Bruce Wayne’ (2012) oil & alkyd on wood 60x50cm Every superhero has a secret identity. Simon Monk explores the incongruity between the epic nature of super-heroism and the inert and unimpressive nature of their plastic counterparts. ‘Tim Drake’ (2012) oil & alkyd on wood 60x50cm ‘Steve Rogers’ (2011) oil & alkyd on wood... » read more

Vandalized vans by Kevin Cyr

Vandalized vans by Kevin Cyr
“In a culture in which people are easily lured by the appeal of status-enhancing symbols, I find beauty in derelict cars…” Kevin Cyr says. In his oil on panels old, vandalized, rusty vehicles are elevated to subjects of real portraits, main characters of modern American history.   » read more

Baby art by Trevor Brown

Baby art by Trevor Brown
Innocence, violence and Japanese popular culture all collide in Trevor Brown‘s art. Here we have a selection of his “Baby art” works. » read more

“Menagerie”, 3D pixels paintings by Laura Bifano

"Menagerie", 3D pixels paintings by Laura Bifano
Laura Bifano is a canadian artist and illustrator. Her work can be digital or traditional, and within traditional medias she usually works with watercolors, oil or acrylic. In this series, called “menagerie”, animals made of 3D pixels populate a fairy, non-pixelled, natural world. These creatures, despite their apparently digital nature, seem... » read more

Kukula

Kukula
Kukula was born in a relatively isolated village about an hour north of Tel Aviv. Her few neighbors were mostly retirees, many of them Holocaust survivors. As a result her childhood imagination was nourished by equal parts princess fantasies and World War II horror stories. Thus the attempt to reconcile... » read more
                                   
                       
           

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