Still Life Paintings by Luciano Ventrone

Luciano Ventrone was born in Rome in 1942 and moved to Denmark at the age of four, where he hosted by Lady Metha Petersen – a wealthy and most of all a lovely woman who lavished him with gifts. Among them was a box of colored pencils…and from that time colors have shaped his life. […]

Weapons of Mass Destruction

Although the term, WMD, has become a part of our daily lexicon, it remains very much an abstraction for most of us. This series of images offers a retrospective look at some of these weapons. Most of my subjects are drawn from the Cold War period during which there was a very real threat to […]

Missing Garden

A Project by photographer Dominik Smialowski, with Monika’s Prus drawings, which shows our allegories of childhood.

Conan O’Brien Kinetic Typography

This Kinetic Typography project was created from the dialogue of Conan O’Brien’s final episode of The Tonight Show on NBC. In this farewell address, he describes his feelings towards NBC and the situation at hand. His personality exudes positivity and humor allowing this dialogue to describe his character very well. Even through the hardships of […]

Artwork by Jessica Oyhenart

Jessica Oyhenart graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2007 with Magna Cum Laude honors, achieving a BFA in Communication Arts. She is a conceptual artist and illustrator with an excellent eye for design and beauty of form, color and character, having worked for 2 years in the game industry. She has contributed work to titles […]

The Bosses of EarthBound

Canadian artist Matt Cummings illustrated all the bosses in EarthBound, a role-playing video game published by Nintendo for the Super NES video game console.

Portrait paintings by Nikolai Shuryguin

Nikolai Shurygin was born in 1957 in Kimry. In 1979 he graduated from Moscow School of applied arts (design). During 10 years the painter has been studying multilayered painting which secrets were lost in the beginning of XIX. This unique technique was used by flemish painters as well as russian painters such Kiprensky, Levitsky, Borovikovsky […]

Illustrations by Juan Felideus

Felideus has worked as an art director, graphic designer, animator and screenwriter in various audiovisual productions. Nowadays he works as a freelance illustrator, designer and writer in Madrid, Spain

Porcelain Art by Kate Macdowell

Breathing life into your work is the mark of a true artist – and few techniques achieve as delicate a result as porcelain art. Just ask Kate MacDowell, a renowned contemporary porcelain masterworker famous for thought-provoking pieces that feature a prominent theme of conflict and harmony between man and nature. But harmony isn’t always the goal […]

Cinematic Paintings by Joe Simpson

July and After’ is a series of paintings that demonstrate Joe’s increasing interest in creating ‘cinematic’ paintings, with the consistent use of the ‘widescreen’ format and strong theatrical lighting.

Book Carvings by Brian Dettmer

Brian Dettmer is an American contemporary artist. He is noted for his alteration of preexisting media—such as old books, maps, record albums, and cassette tapes—to create new, transformed works of visual fine art. He currently lives and works in Atlanta, GA.