Concept Art Archive

Freaky Fractals by Songsforever

Songsforever describes herself as a journalist, creative writer, and fractal freak extraordinaire. She loves knitting, science fiction, steampunk. Anything weird, odd, strange, and random are right up her alley. Her gallery of colorful fractals is quite impressive. Fractals are basically detailed patterns that repeats itself. They’re psychedelic, to say the least and a breath of […]

A Sight for Sore Eyes – Street Art by Przemek Blejzyk

Lodz, a street artist from Poland, has managed to hide his personal information from admirers and authorities extremely well. Except for his name, that is. Przemek Blejzyk’s work is scattered all through out Poland. I’m quite sure the owners of the buildings don’t mind having their walls decorated with this sort of artwork. Lodz’s art […]

Tree + House = Pete Nelson, The Treehouse Guy

Treehouses are something you and your kid brother built in your backyard with little help from Dad, maybe. It’s usually made with a few discarded pieces of lumber and plywood. Pete Nelson’s tree houses on the other hand, are neither shoddily built, nor are they made with scraps of wood. These are first-class tree homes. […]

Running Out of Time – Digital Images by Peppermill

5 to 12 is an award winning series of images produced by Peppermill for B.U.N.D. eV, one of Germany’s biggest environmental organizations.  They’re aiming to raise awareness of the fact that time is fast running out for endangered species.Peppermill easily gets the point across. The hands of the clock are inexorably squeezing the, silverback gorilla, […]

Pop Pop Bang Bang – Installations by Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

Pop Pop Bang Bang is a collaboration between photographer Thomas Brown and creative director Anna Burns. Thomas  describes it as a mix of “film, photography, and pyro”. Explosions, guns, and girls are all recurring themes on the silver screen. The installation itself is a collage of artfully arranged umbrellas set in three different locations in […]

Pinnacle of Pleasure – Artwork by Diego Beyro

Diego Beyro studied Art Direction at the School of Creative Advertising (Escuela Superior de Creativos Publicitarios). For two years he worked as creative advertiser in Fabrica, a Research and Communication Center of the Benetton Group (Italy). In his series “Orgasms”, Diego painted remarkably detailed faces of people while in the grip of ecstasy, and he painted it on striped, plain, and […]

The Printed Word by Shin-Young An

Shin-Young An describes herself as an artist in transition. While reading the newspaper one day, articles began affecting her to the extent that she realized she is just a powerless artist. She wanted this to somehow be reflected in her work. Against the backdrop of current events, Shin-Young An has drawn silhouettes of her reactions. […]

Delicious Divisions by Sakir Gokcebag

As much as you want to scream “Photoshop!”, you can’t. Those images are in no way digitally altered. They’re the work of Sakir Gokcebag. Each one teases the eye with the geometric improbability of his precision cutting. Sakir was born in Turkey, educated in the prestigious Marmara University in Istanbul, and currently lives and work in Hamburg.

The Finger – Ditology by Dito Von Tease

Dito Von Tease is a derivation of Dita Von Teese, the famous icon of “burlesque” style and expert in disguises. Also, “il Dito” means “the Finger” in Italian. His Ditology is a series of index-finger portraits of famous personalities. According to him,the finger is the most apt symbol for our digital age (digitus is Latin […]

Critter Cups – Novelty Cups by Yumi-Yumi

If it’s not coffee, it’s tea. Regardless of your beverage preference, these fun creature cups by artist Yumi-Yumi will surely brighten your day. A finely detailed ceramic critter rests at the bottom of every mug and slowly surfaces as you sip your drink. Some of them, like the scorpion, spider, and shark are undoubtedly unpleasant […]

Skin Deep – Photographs by Julien Palast

Julien Palast is a photographer based in Paris, France. In his series “Skin Deep”, beautifully proportioned people appear to be engulfed by brightly colored rubber-like substance. It’s a tight fit as the people appear to be completely naked.

Fast Forward to the Future – Composite Images by Shawn Clover

The images are clearly digitally manipulated but showing the devastated that the 1906 San Francisco earthquake wreaked.  Unhappy with the usual then-and-now photos, photographer Shawn Clover made his own. He meticulously recreated the angle, the focus, and the lighting of his modern-day point-of-view. Blending the two together created a much more attention grabbing then-and-now comparison.

The Edge Effect by Daniel Kukla

One of the most recent works of photographer Daniel Kukla is his “The Edge Effect” series which features perfectly square mirrors propped up on an easel and angled to reflect the horizon. The easels were strategically placed around the  Joshua Tree National Park. The viewer has the distinct feeling of looking at a photograph of […]

Leafy Footprints by Jody Xiong

This award-winning outdoor campaign to promote walking instead of driving was launched by DBB China and China Environmental Protection Foundation. Jody Xiong, the artist behind this installation, hoped to urge everyone to do their bit for the environment by placing the huge 12.6×7 meters canvas in busy intersections. Sponge cushions soaked in green, environmentally friendly […]

A Peek at What’s Within – MRI images by Andy Ellison

  MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. It is a non-invasive diagnostic procedure which enables doctors to take a look inside their patients without cutting them open. Using an MRI is tricky and not everybody has the gift of  being able to get clear, sharp images. Artist Andy Ellison works with a research-only MRI scanner […]

Smart Art – Street Art by Gabriel ‘Specter’ Reese

Gabriel “Specter” Reese has a no-holds-barred sort of approach to steer art that endears him to a lot of people in the art community. This also makes him somewhat of a nuisance to the authorities. Crumbling walls, garage doors, and even ads themselves don’t escape his attention. Speed is essential in street art as no […]

String Theory – Art Installations by Gabriel Dawe

Gabriel Dawe challenges the long-held notions of machismo through his art. He grew up in Mexico and as a child, he was forbidden to explore the artistic elements of textiles and embroidery, areas which are usually reserved for women. He now lives in Texas and has made a name for himself with his colorful thread […]

Street Stone by Léo Caillard

Léo Caillard is the artist behind Street Stone. With a liberal application of modern clothes, he has a given new twist to ancient statues scattered all around the Louvre. Of course, he wasn’t actually allowed to dress up the statues themselves, so he did the next best thing. He took shots of his friends who […]

Scrumptious Soaps by Aubrey Elizabeth

Aubrey Elizabeth is the founder of Aubrey Elizabeth Apothecary. Custom-made soaps has long been in the market but none are as scrumptious as Aubrey’s faux food soaps. Her mother always told her that ‘a homemade gift is better’ so she started making soap to give away to friends and family. They recognized the marketability of […]

Characternity by Ray Sumser

Ray Sumser is a New York-based artist whose “Characternity” brings together around 2,500 pop culture characters from cartoon, comic books, and video games. Ray has been a fan of cartoons and comic books all his life so it comes as no surprise that he would make an illustration of all the characters he could think […]

Trippin’ On Tea by Andrew Gorkovenko

Andrew  Gorkovenko’s packaging design for Triptea is simply tea-rrific.  TripTea is a one of the rare brands which takes a closer look at its own product. They wanted their packaging to embody the product itself in a new and creative way. Andrew, a Moscow-based advertising designer, decided to illustrate easily recognizable scenery from the country […]

Not For The Colorblind – RGB Colorspace Atlas by Tauba Auerbach

Color is something we take for granted in our everyday lives. It’s not until it’s gone that we could appreciate its presence. Artist Tauba Auerbach created this dazzling 8” x 8” x 8” hardbound book with the help of Daniel E. Kelm and Leah Hughes. The “RGB Colorspace Atlas”  illustratesthe RGB gradient in the page-by-page […]

Delightful Digits – Body Art by Annie Ralli

Annie Ralli started her career at BBS as a scenic artist. She painted backdrops in styles ranging from photorealistic to abstract, all this under time pressure too! She is now based in Bristol, UK where her ability to switch back and forth between styles to suit her client has served her well. She now freelances […]

The Awakening – An Aromatic Installation by Arkady Kim

Coffee is one of the world’s leading stimulant. Russian artist Arkady Kim recently broke world with his installation “The Awakening”. True to its name, the installation is made with over a million coffee beans. The subtle shadings of cream, caramel, brown, and black were accomplished by roasting the beans. Each bean was painstakingly placed by […]