Leafy Typography by Mei Linn

By on February 2, 2013, in Concept Art

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Mei Linn received her Diploma in Advertising & Graphic Design from The One Academy of Communication Design. She’s completing her final year of Graphic Design at the prestigious Curtin University in Australia. Her recent series, typograpography with leaves are quite fragile and unique. Each letter or number is carefully sliced into the middle of the leaf. The leaf’s natural pattern is then carefully cut out, leaving an intricate pattern behind.

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Seemingly Seamless – Petrykivka Paintings by Olena Skytsiuk

By on February 1, 2013, in Paintings

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Petrykivka is a style of painting which originated from the small Ukrainian Petrykivka village. This style of painting utilizes thousands of small brushstrokes, blending together to present a seemingly seamless element within the painting. The brush used for these paintings are in themselves unique, being hand-made from cat hair. Olena Skytsiuk, a renowned Ukrainian painter is one of the few artists who are preserving this dying art. She has been a member of the National Artists Union of Ukraine since 1978. Her work can be found in museums and private collections all over the world.

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Horse Carriages and Dirigibles – Steampunk Paintings by Vadim Voitekhovitch

By on January 31, 2013, in Paintings

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Steampunk as a sub-genre of science fiction that glorifies steam and its possible applications to modern-day technology had electricity not been discovered. German painter Vadim Voitekhovitch;s work is saturated with poignantly anachronistic images of steam-powered dirigibles set in the Victorian era. Realistically drawn, future generations just might think his paintings are historically accurate.

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T.G.I.F – Write a Bike by Juri Zaech

By on January 30, 2013, in Graphic Design

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Write a Bike is a a conceptual project which seeks to combine typography, bicycles, and graphic design. Juri Zaech, the artist behind Write a Bike creatively manipulated the bike frame to spell out words, mostly people’s names. These bikes are clearly not meant for the road but this sort of outside-the-box thinking is a relief from the usual paintings and photographs featured in this site. Zaech lives and works in Paris, France.

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The Cuteness Factor – Adorable Critters by Fabo

By on January 29, 2013, in Illustrations

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There’s cute, and there’s the next level of cute: Fabo’s creations. The generally round shape, and the big, soulful eyes strike your cuteness chord when you look at Fabo’s creations. Not only are his critters undeniably adorable, they convey a wide range of expressions too; from timid, to curious, to sad. His love for animals is evident in all his work. This native of Honduras is certainly making his country proud.

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Half and Half – Hybrids by Ivan Belikov

By on January 28, 2013, in Illustrations

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Ivan Belikov loves making illustrations just for himself. Most of his work does get turned into prints buts he loves doing them for the sake of creating. Isn’t that the point of art? Creation for the purpose of aesthetic pleasure and creative fulfillment. Ivan has a fast-growing number of followers in Behance, a testament to his talent and skill in illustration. His animal hybrids, in particular, are garnering more than their fair share of attention from art enthusiasts.

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Edward, Harry, and The Time Lord – Portraits by Alice X. Zhang

By on January 27, 2013, in Illustrations

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This guy looks uncannily like a young Hugh Jackman. Artist Alice X. Zhang calls this portrait “The Time Lord”. She also made kickass portraits of Edward Cullen and Harry Potter, but for me, they’re but a sad, second-best. Alice graduated from the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design with a major in Graphic Design. After discovering where her innate talents lay, she heartily wishes she’d chosen to major in Illustration instead. She Spends her time painting excellent portraits and does a bit of t-shirt and poster design on the side.

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Art Work by Mariana Kalacheva

By on January 27, 2013, in Paintings

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Since starting her professional way of being artist, Bulgarian painter Mariana Kalacheva amplifies her experience through the curiosity to the details beyond the ordinary world. In 2003 she graduates the AMDFA/ Academy of Musik, Danse and Fine Arts/ – Plovdiv, Bulgaria; Master Degree – Speciality Graphics under the guidance of Prof. Vladimir Genadiev and Pedagogy of Fine Arts under the guidance of Prof. Bisser Damyanov. Her debut in 1998 is exhibition with drawings made with ink and dry brush on paper.
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Freaky Fractals by Songsforever

By on January 26, 2013, in Concept Art

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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 fresh air from the usual photos and paintings.

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Dramatic Dawns and Golden Afternoons – Photographs by Florent Courty

By on January 25, 2013, in Photography

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Florent Courty is another young, up-and-coming photographer who takes amazing pictures considering she’s only 19 years old and largely self-taught. A few more years down the road she’ll definitely be someone to contend with in the world of photography. She started taking photography in January 2009 using a variety of cameras including a Canon 17-40 L and a Sigma 70-300mm. She lives and works in France.

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