Concept Art Archive

Artist Goes Bananas – Fruit Art by Elisa Roche

We all have a favorite food we can eat every day for the rest of our lives. It can be pasta, chicken, beef or any form of sweets, we always have that one food the we can eat forever. For chef Elisa Roche, she goes bananas with bananas — literally. As stated in her Instagram […]

Lego Superheroes by Alexander Tissier

Lego Superheroes. Your favorite superheroes and fictional characters get a face lift in this mashup by Argentinian art director Alexander Tissier. Alexander mixes comic book superheroes, such as Batman and Spiderman, with other fictional characters like James Bond and Homer Simpson. While uncommon to say the least, Alexander does this with the help of one of the world’s greatest […]

Emoji Art Portraits by Yung Jake

Emoji art. We all have that one friend who sends text and chat messages that are more emoji than actual text. Whether he’s happy, sad, excited, or just plain bored, expect to see all of them in emoji form. I’m willing to bet most of those messages don’t even CONTAIN any text, haha.  Whatever the case may be, there […]

The Social Media Religion – Paper Art by Carlo Fantin

What is the first thing you do when you wake up? For most of our forefathers, especially the religious, the first thing to do is to pray and the last thing to do at night is the same. In this digital age, morning and evening prayers are replaced by good morning tweets, regular instagram scrolling, and goodnight […]

A Sweet Tooth’s Delight: World’s Largest Candy Art Carpet

To celebrate the first anniversary of Chengdu IFS, design duo Craig and Karl put up a 185 x 7 meters long candy art carpet to celebrate “Sweet as One” right in front of the luxury and flagship retail building in Chengdu, China. The longest candy  carpet in the world took 2,000 volunteers and 5 days […]

Artist Shows the Dangers of Water Pollution in a Single Thread

Artist and art professor Bethany Taylor shows the truth behind the growing water pollution and its effects to the environment using one single thread. This wall art forms different sea creatures and organisms as one thread is used to create it. Here you can see where the thread starts and where it ends as it […]

Minimalistic Paper Craft by Holger Hoffmann

Berlin-based paper craft artist Holger Hoffmann used the power of simplicity and polygons to create Papertrophy, a collection of unique paper art of animals perfect to spruce up your home. From elephants to gorillas, Papertrophy showcases a modern design, but one that is very simple. The materials used are purely paper and glue, yet it the […]

Geometrix by Daniel Hanifan

Best known for his over sized paintings, Daniel Hanifan is a contemporary artist from the United States. His largest work to date spans 26 feet by 7 feet. His works are big, bold and beautiful with contrasting colors that seemingly blend well with each other. In this collection called Geometrix, Daniel creates powerful and bold shapes […]

When Food and Art Collide

Food stylist Anna Keville Joyce combines her talent for styling food, and her love of art to create an intricate illustration made out of edible ingredients. Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Anna came about this project after two losses in her life happened at near the same time: a relationship, and a pet bird named Budgie. The creations […]

Gilbert Legrand Turns Mundane Stuff into Works of Art

French artist Gilbert Legrand is a man that can transform things of daily life into works of art. Take for example his series of sculptures of mundane things exhibiting new personas, such as a brush turned into a lion, a hanger turned rat in sneakers, and a faucet turned running woman. Gilbert’s works represent the […]

Black Scalpel Cityscapes by Damien Hirst

What at first appears to be black and white aerial images of cities are actually recreations by renowned British artist: Damien Hirst, who uses a number of surgical instruments such as scalpels, razor blades, hooks, iron filings, stitching needles, and safety-pins set against black backgrounds. These new “paintings,” titled: “Black Scalpel Cityscapes” were revealed in […]

Art in the Street by Nelio

Based in Lyon, France, Nelio lights up the streets with his amazing art works. He exhibits his great craft with vibrant colors, precision and details in his works making them pop. When you pass by any of his works, take some time to appreciate it…maybe even a photo of you with it, too! Most of his […]

mo\co Transforms Streets of Brazil

Art studio mo\co takes the streets of Salvador, Brazil for a spin with their project “Hibridizacao” (Hybridization in English). This installation art transforms unusual spaces in the street into a whole new venue for other people to interact with. Whether it’s a building ruins-turned-beach front or a cozy spot for relaxating in a hammock along […]

Hair-raising Works by Nagi Noda

Having a bad hair day?  It might be high time to get a hair make over. Take a look at Nagi Noda’s works of Hair Hats, a collection of hair sculptures born from this late Japanese pop culture artist. Before her death in 2008, Nagi Noda had notable works ranging from a Coca-Cola World Campaign […]

Flaming Flemish – Superhero Paintings by Sacha Goldberger

There are loads of comic character portraits out there with just as many interpretations, but Sacha Goldberger’s “The Super Flemish” series really stands out from the rest. He re-imagined all our favorite superheroes dressed them up in 16th century Flemish finery. It’s kinda hard to think of Batman in ruffles but Sacha simply nailed it. […]

Yoga Joes by Dan Abramson

Dan Abramson is a devoted yoga practitioner. He is also the creative mind behind Yoga Joes. He took the ubiquitous green plastic soldiers and gave each of them a distinctive yoga pose, something I don’t think anyone else has ever thought of doing before. I mean, really, military figures and yoga. He said: “I made Yoga […]

Human Canvas – Gesine Marwedel

Gesine Marwedel is a brilliant German body painter whose creations are like nothing else out there. She can either emphasize the human form or eliminate it all together to bring out her design. Her living canvasses are often positioned in a variety of graceful poses to accentuate the design. Most of her work feature animals […]

Realistic Handmade Stuffed Animals by Lee Cross

Lee Cross, otherwise known as Wood Splitter Lee, is a talented sculptor from Alaska who has elevated the craft of creating stuffed animals into fine art. Her creations are not only adorable, they’re also incredibly realistic. Lee starts with a skeleton (nope, the plastic kind, not bone) which she then wraps in stuffing and covers […]

The Power of Books – Graphic Design by Mladen Penev

Mladen Penev is an extremely talented graphic designer who is a 31-year-old graphic designer from Bulgaria. His work is an impressive mix of photography, CGI, and digital image manipulation. One of my favorite series of his is his ‘Power of Books” series where the reader is literally enveloped by the open book he reads. The […]

Skewered – Installations by Aakash Nihalani

“Landline” is one of  Aakash Nihalani’s latest series featuring people skewered by colorful geometric shapes. No actual skewering went on in the course of the series. The neon tape was cleverly positioned to make it look like they’re going through the models. Aakash is pretty well-known for his observational street art and Landline is another […]

Mimicked Murmurations – Conceptual Art by Alain Delorme

  Murmurations are synchronized movement of flocks of birds, usually starlings. The patterns they create are beautiful and fleeting. Alain Delorme is the artist behind these recreations of starling murmurations. His murmurations are made up of meticulously arranged plastic bags instead of birds but the essence of the patterns are the same. He said: “The […]

If Slogans Were Honest – Re-Imagined Slogans by Clif Dickens

Clif Dickens’ re-imagined brand slogans is a fun tongue-in-cheek jibe at some of the biggest brands on the market today. The grain (more of a boulder, really) of truth in his words will definitely make anyone smile. As they say in the business: There’s no such thing as bad publicity. People get a good laugh, […]

Definitions of Beauty by Esther Honig

Esther Honig is an American photographer and journalist who wondered about the different standards of beauty around the world. To get an idea, she sent her photo to a bunch of freelance Photoshoppers from around the world with one instruction: Make me beautiful. The results vary from barely edited to wildly Photoshopped. She said: “(I […]