The Grace and Beauty of the Human Body – Photos by Angelo Musco

By on June 5, 2012, in Photography

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Angelo Musco is an Italian artist who is now based in New York. His photography is quite distinctive, it will take you a long unnerving moment to sort out all the human bodies in his photos. What appears to be a school of fish from a distance turns out to be a school of naked, swimming humans up close. His projects are known for being intense, thought-provoking, and almost always including nakedness.

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Wacky Political Music Video from “Le Peuple de l’Herbe”

By on June 5, 2012, in Videos

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Famous french band “Le Peuple de l’Herbe” release his new political involved wacky video for the song “Parler le fracas” (“talking the crash”). Directed by Wasaru, discover this animated music video, melting of photography and drawings in the video below:
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One Never Ends Learning in Arts

By on June 4, 2012, in Paintings


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Looking at her paintings is like drinking genius from a glass of harmony.

Her works of art and the features of their characters diffuse vibrations of eternity. An eternity that grasps beauty with its arms, but not typical beauty, but rather an indescribable beauty that is disguised as death and radiates the most intense emotions, emotions that make your bones tremble and leave you breathless in a world without time, returning to a world begotten of pure white.
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An invitation to write a Letter To Our World

By on June 4, 2012, in Concept Art

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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 life. Click here for more »


Stenciled Street Art by Christian Guémy

By on June 4, 2012, in Concept Art

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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 stencils are the best way to quickly place something beautiful anywhere in the streets. According to him: “I paint in the streets people really belonging to the streets: tramps, but also beggars, street orphans from the poorest countries. This is a stencil tradition.”

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Seeing Double – Paintings by Ho Ryon Lee

By on June 3, 2012, in Paintings

 Seeing Double – Paintings by Ho Ryon Lee

Don’t worry, your eyes are fine. Ho Ryon Lee’s paintings are intentionally making you look twice at something any hot-blooded male would take a second look. Lee’s unique technique of painting an image as if it was a badly taken photograph is quite distinctive.The popularity his work is not, in any way, hurt by the act tat his subjects are women wearing short, flimsy skirts.

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The Unique Realism of Jason de Graaf’s Acrylic Paintings

By on June 2, 2012, in Paintings

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There are many talented painters out there who can easily fool you into thinking their paintings are photos. Jason de Graaf on the other hand, is in a class of his own. His talent is simply Olympian. Jason loves to play with perspective and light. Most, if not all, of his paintings highlight spheres, water, reflections, refractions, and shadows. According to him “My paintings are about staging an alternate reality, the illusion of verisimilitude on the painted surface, filtered so that it expresses my unique vision. Though my paintings may appear photoreal my goal is not to reproduce or document faithfully what I see one hundred percent, but also to create the illusion of depth and sense of presence not found in photographs.”

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Realistic Wildlife Portraits by Cristina Penescu

By on June 1, 2012, in Paintings

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Cristina Penescu was born in Bucharest in the late ’80s. Her love for art and nature began during early childhood. This love of nature is reflected deeply in her paintings, sketches and portraits of animals. Her work is so realistic that it takes a closer look to determine that they’re not black and white photos. Recently, she was accepted as a Signature Member of the world-renowned Society of Animal Artists.

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Surreal Paintings by Jacek Yeerka

By on May 31, 2012, in Paintings

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Jacek Yeerka’s paintings are what I would imagine Tim Burton’s dreams to look like if you mated it with Stephen King’s musings. Detailed, thought provoking, and creative, yet slightly disturbing. It is these qualities that make Jacek’s work highly sought-after by collectors and galleries all over the world.

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A Floral Tribute to the Massachusetts Mental Health Center by Anna Schuleit

By on May 30, 2012, in Concept Art

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In 2003 the 90-year old Massachusetts Mental Health Center (MMHC) was due to be demolished to make way for newer facilities. Anna Schuleit was the artist commissioned to create an unforgettable memorial. She is a visual artist who studied painting at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence and Rome. After seeing the drab and somewhat depressing interior of the building, Anna decided to cover most of the facility’s floor area with a sea of flowers. The installation entitled “Bloom” was opened to the public for four days.

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