Concept Art Archive

Handmade Letters by Tien Min Liao

Remember when you were a kid and used to draw faces in your fingers to amuse yourself while the teacher drones on? Well, Tien Min Liao took that concept not just a step, but a leap farther. Her series Handmade type illustrates the transformation of lowercase letters into capital letters with ink-stained hands. Even the […]

An invitation to write a Letter To Our World

Letter To Our World is a global #happiness project created to connect strangers from all over the world, to help us touch each other’s lives in a positive way. A map of the world made out of stamps will travel around the globe, to create a Letter To Our World with advice for a happier […]

Stenciled Street Art by Christian Guémy

Christian Guémy a.k.a. C215 is a French graphic artist whose stencil work has been pooping up all over Barcelona and Berlin. His work is notable for being colorful, astonishingly detailed, and ubiquitous. He has been in love with graffiti since he was a child. While Christian can paint with brushes and cans, he feels that […]

Human Metamorphosis by Jonathan Ducruix

Jonathan Ducruix is a Lyon-based digital artist who goes by the pseudonym Me&Edward. For him, photography is not an end but merely a source, a potential for creation. He is fascinated by people’s existence and of their emotions captured in a snapshot. In his “Metamorphosis” series, people are grotesquely altered in such a way to […]

Creatively Layered Time-Lapse Portraits by Ryuta Iida

Ryuta Iida graduated from Nihon University, Japan last 2004. This young Japanese artist recently conceived a brilliant way to illustrate our inability to stay still. Most well known for his meticulous book carvings, he took multiple time-lapse photographs of a model trying to remain still, cut them into onion-like layers and put them together. You might be […]

Fleeting Beauty – Intricate Sand Art by Andres Amador

Andres Amador works out of the wide beaches of San Francisco. When asked why he prefers to create his art on sand, Andres answers: “Working with this medium, there is no mess to clean up, nothing to put away or store. The ocean prepares a fresh canvas daily.”.  He understands that the beach is not […]

Ghost of a Smile – Captivating Digital Art by Alberto Seveso

Alberto Seveso is a self-taught Italian artist who wowed the world with his wonderfully detailed photographs of ink dissolving in water. It might not sound very exciting but these macrophotographs established him as one of the premiere young artists of digital media. A number of magazines and advertisers has recognized his burgeoning talent and his […]

Pen Portraits On Vintage Envelopes by Mark Powell

Mark Powellis a London-based artist who journeyed on the road less traveled by choosing to draw his portraits on the backs of old envelopes. These envelopes traversed the European postal system more than a century ago. Mark uses nothing more than a standard Bic Biro pen to create these delicately rendered portraits. Most of his portraits feature the […]

Mind Boggling Anamorphic Art by Felice Varini

Felice Varini is a Swiss artist who is one of the undisputed specialists in anamorphosis. Anamorphosis is the art of creating the illusion of a flat geometrical shape superimposed over a three dimensional object. Viewed from the correct perspective, it will seem as if these shapes are floating in mid-air. Step away from the perfect […]

Headism – Celebrating Baldness

Philip Levine enjoys being bald. So much so that instead of hiding it, he turned it into art. These days his closely-shaved heal is his canvas. This Headism movement of his was created when he teamed up with Daniel Regan, a photographer and Kat Sinclair, a body artist. Together, the three of them created a […]

Have A Cup of Coffee With Hong Yi

Hong Yi, who sometimes goes by the name Red, is a hot, new, and definitely creative young artist from Malaysia. She doesn’t deal with anything as common as a paintbrush, instead, she creates art out of anything she can get her hands on. Among the unlikely objects she has used are: a cup of coffee, […]

Curiously Shaped Sculptures by Adam Martinakis

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 […]

Vinyl Hookups by Voices of East Anglia

Valentines’ Day might be over but it isn’t too late for some matchmaking! This time, it’s going to be done with the use of vintage album covers. Voices of East Anglia showed that creativity can be well-played through these records to actually provoke a subtle laugh or nudge that upward curve in the lips of […]

Fun with Food Art by Vanessa Dualib

When one is both hungry and bored, sometimes it can result to more than an ounce of high-end imagination. Vanessa Dualib takes humor into food art and uses creativity to pose a story or a scene. Combined with believable expressions marked on the subjects is her perfect timing with the capture of each shot, imposing […]

Surreal Concepts by Albulena Panduri

Concept artist Albulena Panduri from Albania concentrates her art on imparting surrealism on objects that don’t necessarily go together had they been seen from a normal perspective. She takes things a step further away from reality by playing with one’s prospect, expressing different concepts that at times will provoke questions in one’s mind such as […]

Go Bonkers With The Art Of Billy Bonkers

Billy Bonkers is a photographer more widely known for his photomanipulations with subtle humor. Ideas don’t just bounce off the ceiling, as I believe it takes both a witty mind and a whole gallon of editing skills to come up with such works of art.

The Bone Yard Project by Eric Firestone

More than 30 talented graffiti artists hooked up at a bone yard – a large space hosting several non-functioning WWII american military airplanes – and embellished the fiecfeull war machines with extraordinary art.  The Bone Yard Project is curated by Eric Firestone, Carlo McCormick, Leslie Oliver and Med Sobio and this is the second edition […]

Jocelyn Grivaud’s Barbie Collection

Neytiri by James Cameron As a tribute to the fiftieth anniversary of the feminine fashion icon Barbara Millicent Roberts, French artist Jocelyn Grivaud created this one-of-a-kind doll collection. She recreates famous artwork using Barbie dolls as subjects. A lot of effort is taken to recreate the details of the original artwork without making Barbie unrecognizable. […]

Cinema 4D Photography by Ayaka Ito & Randy Church

She likes photography and he likes programming. Students Ayaka Ito and Randy Church combined their talents and came up with these breathtaking photographs distorted and reconstructed in 3D. The themes of their  “Cinema Flash Showdown” project are The Influence of Occupations, and Man vs. Nature brought to life by ingeniously using scribble lines inserted into photography.

Feather Art by Kate McGwire

Kate MccGwire’s practice probes the beauty inherent in duality, exploring the play of opposites – at an aesthetic, intellectual and visceral level – that characterises the way we conceive the world. She does this by appealing to our essential duality as human beings, to our senses and our reason, and by drawing on materials capable […]

Paper Crafts Cut Art by Hina Aoyama

Hina Aoyama has a passion: to create super fine lacy-paper-cuttings with only a simple pair of scissors. She uses a mixture of the traditional and modern styles to produce her own world through her own special paper crafts technique. You would think she uses an X-ACTO knife (we recommend this set) to create her elaborate pieces, but that is […]