Caught On Digital Canvas – Pokémons by Gavin Mackey

By on January 8, 2013, in Game Art

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Halfway from the original manga and current fantasy re-imaginings lies Gavin Mackey’s interpretation of the adorable Pokémon characters. Some of the supper-powered critters became even more adorable while the some turned into the stuff of nightmares. Gastly, Bulbasaur, and Charmander are but a few of the Pokémons he has re-drawn to the delight of fans everywhere.

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Fantastic Fauna by Maria Lucia

By on January 7, 2013, in Illustrations

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Nothing is as cute as a kitten, and nothing is cuter than a fairy kitten. Artist Maria Lucia specializes in all things cute, cuddly, and (mostly) fictional. Her digital images are wonderfully wrought with special attention paid to the smallest details. Her furry/feathery subjects are artfully posed in soft, moonlit settings.

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Perspective – Photographs by Rona Keller

By on January 6, 2013, in Photography

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Rona Keller started taking photography seriously in 2007. It has taught her to express herself with more than just mere words. She said: ” [Photography] allows me to capture a moment when it happens. A photo can say so much about other people even when they’re not in them, about a feeling that has changed a long time ago, about everything as it was and never might be like.” For someone just five years behind the lens, she takes pictures like a pro.

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

By on January 5, 2013, in Concept Art

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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 London.

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Drowning Memories – Photographs by Sleet613

By on January 4, 2013, in Photography

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At seventeen, Sleet 613 has captured moments even professional photographers are hard-put to replicate. This budding photographer almost instinctively knows how to capture the perfect shot. The interplay between the lighting, angle, and focus make the simplest of things into focal points. Who would’ve ever thought a bunch of shells, drops of water, and a dream catcher could be so poignant?

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Creepy Sculptures by Calluna De La Morte

By on January 3, 2013, in Sculpture

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Calluna De La Morte (roughly translated as Heather of the Dead) is the nom de guerre of American artist Heather Jean Skalwold. Her sculptures are not for the fainthearted. A baby cyclops, a reliquary heart, and a bone amulet are but a few of the things she crafts in her spare time. Heather’s work may creep people out but you simply can’t fault her craftsmanship and creativity. She was formally trained at Parsons School of Design in NYC.
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Skin Deep – Intoxicating Photos by Brian Cummings

By on January 2, 2013, in Photography

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Brian Cummings is an experienced director and commercial photographer with more than fifteen years under his belt. He has worked with some of the world’s best photographers and directors on advertising campaigns for several global brands. He stands out with his one-of-a-kind conceptual images and ideas. He specializes in fashion, lifestyle, and editorial work.

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A Scary Bunny, A T-Rex Named Reginald, and A Poster for A Movie You Wish They Made – Artwork by Zillabean

By on January 1, 2013, in Game Art

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Zillabean is a 26-year old artist from the United States whose wacky sense of humor is evident in every one of his work. The poster for the fake movie Harry Potter and the Darkest Knight is one of my favorites. If it was a real movie, I would have watched it based on the poster alone. I’m also partial to his Layton and Reginald series. Reginald is Layton’s adorably well-behaved pet T-Rex who acts exactly like a Golden Retriever. Zillabean’s murderously grinning bunny is also a riot.

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Doing It All – Photographs by Olga Valeska

By on December 31, 2012, in Photography

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Olga Valeska is artist and subject all rolled into one. She uses a self-timer to take portraits of herself. She actually majors in literature but you wouldn’t know that based on her work. Olga started fiddling with a camera just over a year ago. Photography allows her to combine the things she loves, such as painting, sculpting, drawing, and making costumes. According to her, she uses her loneliness to create. Olga does her own make-up, scenery, and costumes. She is a one-woman-studio.

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Pinnacle of Pleasure – Artwork by Diego Beyro

By on December 30, 2012, in Concept Art

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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 floral-printed sheets. He currently lives and works in Spain.

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