Magical Fairy Sculptures by Robin Wight

By on September 7, 2014, in Sculpture

Robin Wight is the artist behind FantasyWire. FantasyWire is an England-based studio that specializes in creating custom-made wire fairies. Their sculptures are primarily made with stainless steel wires and can be placed outdoors, but they also make galvanized steel versions. Eachfairy is carefully handmade and crafted according to the customer’s design and installation requirements. FantasyWire have their offices in Staffordshire, England near Alton Towers. It is said that Robin was inspired to make these sculptures because of an inexplicable real life encounter.

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Leaving It All Behind – Images by Julie Fletcher

By on September 6, 2014, in Photography

Julie Fletcher left everything behind to take stunning photographs of the untamed Australian outback. Twelve years ago, Julie packed up and left Sydney behind to embrace her dream of capturing the heart-stopping images of the Australian outback. Her images range from barren deserts to beautiful beaches to endemic wildlife. Her work has received accolades from the National Geographic andother prestigious organizations. In an interview with the Daily Mail, she said: “There is nothing out there but at the same time there is so much if you just see and not just look. This area has made me a better photographer by challenging me all the time. I am constantly looking for a different approach on the same subject.

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Exobiotanica – Space Photography by Makoto Azuma

By on September 5, 2014, in Photography

Japanese artist Makoto Azuma collaborated with JP Aerospace to capture these no-longer-earth-bound bonsai and bouquet. JP Aerospace is a Sacramento-based volunteer organization that makes and sends vessels into orbit. Makoto and the JP Aerospace team captured these amazing shots of a white pine bonsai and a flora bouquet using helium balloons, styrofoam, a light metal frame, still cameras, six Go Pro video cameras, and a helluva lot of creativity. In an interview, Makoto said: “I wanted to see the movement and beauty of plants and flowers suspended in space. I always wanted to travel to space. This is a dream come true.”

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Imaginative Illustrations by Jose Emroca Flores

By on September 4, 2014, in Paintings

Jose Emroca Flores is a California-based artist who spent much of his youth on a skateboard. When not building makeshift ramps from scrap wood he could usually be found drawing while listening to his favorite music. Jose attended the Academy of Art in San Francisco where he learned to develop his skills in making his imagination come to life through art. His talent allowed him to accumulate a prestigious list of clients including: EA games, Nike, Paramount, Universal, Marvel, FHM, and Maxim to name but a few. Jose is currently based in Carlsbad, California.

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Awesome Airbrushed Animal Portraits by Eyan Higgins Jones

By on September 3, 2014, in Illustrations

Eyan Higgins Jonesis a master airbrush painter whose animal portraits are as breathtaking as they are majestic. Born in North Wales, her connection with the natural world began at a very early age. She earned her degree in Illustration from the University of Central England where she started selling her art in many commercial establishments including bars, restaurants, and shops. She also dabbled in theatre, film, advertising, fashion, publication, and mural painting. She said: “My work is aspired to bring a unique perspective on the relationship between Humankind and Nature. My aim is to portray the diversity these two forces of awe share within the World, from the marvelous to the malevolent.”

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Rail Art by Artur Bordalo

By on September 2, 2014, in Design

Artur Bordalo is a graffiti artist whose work has definitely raised the bar on railroad art. Using the parallel lines of a railroad as a canvas, Arturo has managed to convey both humor and cynicism into his minimalistic work. His often uses bright neon colors in his work to make it stand out against the gray backdrop of gravel and rail. He goes by the handle Bordalo II as a tribute to his grandfather whom he saw ‘painting the city of Lisbon’. Arturo’s work has been cropping up all over his homeland of Portugal and train officials don’t seem to mind since spray paint doesn’t seem to do the rails themselves any harm.

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Minimalist Illustrations by Laszlito Kovacs

By on September 1, 2014, in Illustrations

Laszlito Kovacs is an uber-talented Spanishillustrator currently based in Holland. His illustrations may be minimalistic, yet speak volumes to the viewer’s mind. He is currently the Creative director at Present Plus, a creative innovation studio based in Amsterdam. Laszlito is also affiliated with The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, and the Monocle Magazine. He has even done some illustrations for the National Geographic, The Absolut Network, and the Square Wallet.

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Food Trip – Gourmet Photography by Benoit Levac

By on August 31, 2014, in Photography

Benoit Levac is a culinary photographer based in Montreal, Canada. He enjoys bringing out the rich flavor in life which makes every one of his images is absolutely mouth-watering. Among his customers, Benoit is known for his talent, versatility, discipline, imagination, and attention to detail. Taking a quick snap at your food for FB purposes is easy, but Benoit has elevated this int Fine Art.

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Fresh – Food Illustrations by Inorama

By on August 30, 2014, in Illustrations

 

Inorama is an art studio based in Russia. Its founders are RAMM and Inna Kuzubova. Inna is an illustrator with more than a  decade of experience under her belt. Also, she bakes delicious pies. RAMM is a designer, illustrator and painter who has been doing what he loves most for well over fifteen years. Together, this artistic duo creates a commercial vector and bitmap images in different styles. Be it realistic illustration, retro, watercolor, pin-up, abstract, cartoons, and landscapes. They also design logos, emblems, bookplates, and trademarks.

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Melted – Glass Sculptures by Jeff Zimmerman

By on August 29, 2014, in Sculpture

Jeff Zimmerman was raised by artist parents in Anderson Ranch Arts Center of Colorado. His original dream was to become an anthropologist but found his passion in glass blowing. He studied classical Venetian glassblowing and mastered centuries-old Italian techniques while being apprenticed to master glass blowers. These days, Jeff himself is a master glassblower who loves to move glass into realm of contemporary, relevant art. His pieces are all bent and melted out of shape but still retain their usefulness and aesthetics.

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