Female Digital Paintings by Marta Nael

By on April 28, 2012, in Paintings

Illustrator and matte painter Marta Nael creates fictional characters with a surreal touch and painting feel, complemented with the expression perfect for a template of an art exhibit of a fantasy game or movie. The women in her artworks show her passion in matte painting and concept art, beautiful and captivating as it is.
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LED Cathedral for 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium

By on April 1, 2012, in Architecture

If you think church is only about the preacher or priest and its attendees, Luminaria De Cagna claimed otherwise in the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. Giving a light feeling, the amazing LED Cathedral lighted up the Belfortstraat city featuring Romanesque crossmatched with bright rainbow colors, anyone would be convinced to visit and will definitely consider coming back.
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Creative Lip Photography by Nikos Vasilakis

By on March 31, 2012, in Photography

Lips can actually have that enticing character apart from any other part of the face, which can offer either a paragraph of a story or a thousand words in each shot. This is probably being the reason Nikos Vasilakis chose it as a subject in one of his portfolios. With these models getting dolled up by make-up artists Regina Rengi and Eleni Vasilaki, the essence of lip photography is brought close to professional perfection.

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Welded Steel Sculptures by Jang Yong Sun

By on March 25, 2012, in Sculpture

Sculptures from way back are made of stone, but nowadays, almost anything can be used to make one. Anyone can be creative with whichever material they possess, but without talent and patience, only a few like Jang Yong Sun can come up with sculptures such as those made from welded organic steel. He carefully shaped each structure with direction and passion, and you will definitely wonder just how focused he must have been, because welding doesn’t take mistakes for granted.

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Curiously Shaped Sculptures by Adam Martinakis

By on March 24, 2012, in Concept Art

Some artists can take expressive art to an almost surreal level. Adam Martinakis is one of them. With 3d digital renders of sculptures with a somewhat disturbing yet subtle feel. Each piece definitely creates a mysterious story that is left to the viewer’s level of creativity in imagination. There is such an odd force of attraction and wonder that doesn’t leave right after one looks away from the artwork.
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Cute Pups To Beastly Canines by Seth Casteel

By on March 18, 2012, in Photography

Some dog owners just love playing fetch with their dogs, but what happens if the ball happens to fall into the water? Are the dogs happy about that? Seth Casteel, with his high-speed camera, reveals the hideous answer to this question by taking photos of them underwater while they go for that ball which their master threw away. Just when you think dogs are such lovable creatures, better think again as getting them into rage will never be a joke, much like these sharp edges prove seemingly fatal to the viewer’s eye.
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Animal Portraits With A Bic Pen by Sarah Esteje

By on March 17, 2012, in Illustrations

Animals are on the list of most preferred subjects in any type of medium. Most likely because apart from humans, animals can also be used to express emotion, whether of the artist or of the subject in the art itself. Sarah Esteje, with the skillful use of a standard Bic Pen, draws them with fine detail and shading, as if it was taken with a camera like a candid shot.
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Quilled Anatomical Cross Sections by Lisa Nilsson

By on March 16, 2012, in Design

Quilling or paper filigree is the art of using rolled strips of paper to create decorative designs. There are several ways to design by quilling, and artist Lisa Nilsson takes up the challenge with the idea of anatomical cross sections of the human body, which can be found on her Tissue Series. With photographs of each cross section comes several weeks of paper filigree using the smallest tools possible for rolling and shaping Japanese mulberry paper and gilded edges of old books.

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Watercolor Paintings by Agnes Cecile

By on March 10, 2012, in Paintings

Watercolors and ink complete the portraits in the paintings of Agnes Cecile’s work. With the illusion of messy splatters, she creates realistic images of people displaying different kinds of expression. She captures the emotion of each individual picture, making the mood perfect for each canvas.
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Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba

By on March 5, 2012, in Sculpture

A tree doesn’t have to be a few meters tall before you could consider building a tree house in it. Takanori Aiba conquers the possibilities of how small a tree should be for putting a house with it. These bonsai tree houses have been sculpted and formed with such elegance and detail one must have at least once thought of what it might look like if it was built on the bigger trees.
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