Andres Amador doesn’t paint or sculpt. He prefers a medium that is temporary but absolutely beautiful: a sandy beach at low tide. He uses a rake to create works of art that can be bigger than 100,000 sq. ft. He spends hours creating these intricate masterpieces, knowing that the tide will soon come in and…
Creative Mum Draws Baby Son Into Fun Imaginary Adventures.
Art meets luxury. This is how most people describe the work of Australian artist CJ Hendry. Her works are realistic black and white drawings of objects and items like designer shoes, bags, clothing, etc on huge sheets of paper using just ordinary black pens.
Chicago-based artist Jennifer Greenburg has created an intruging photo-manipulation series where she “travels back in time” by inserting herself into vintage photographs.
Beautiful, Double-Exposure Shots That Blend Images Of Women And Flowers
Incredibly Colorful And Massive Murals Adorn Buildings
San Francisco-based freelance photographer Reggie Ballesteros has a personal project where he imagines the lives of LEGO minifigs and shoots them in amusing situations.
Ontario-based graphic designer Amy Hamilton has created a beautiful series of animal illustrations
Based in the US, artist Alexys Fleming has created renditions of Dr. Seuss characters in the form of body painting.
Artist Creates Large Mesmerizing Kaleidoscope Installations
Vibrant Watercolor Paintings Of World Famous Landmarks And Cities
Based in Aberdeen, UK, illustrator Johanna Basford, Intricately Decorates Starbucks Cups.
Extremely Cute Crochet Animals Are So Tiny They Can Sit On Your Finger.
Chandeliers Made Of Bicycle Parts Create Wonderful Light Show Beneath Overpass
Amazingly Realistic Miniature Replicas Of Real Houses From The 1930s.
Artist Fills The Sky With Fun, Whimsical Doodles.
Carpenter Rubber-Stamps Business Card Information Onto Wooden Blocks
Astounding Paper Sculptures That Burst Out Of Books.
A Beautiful Floor-To-Ceiling Chandelier Made Of Transparent LEGO Bricks.
The ‘Mona Lisa’, Famous John Lennon Portrait Recreated With Coffee Beans.
Creatively utilizing hands to express ideas and talk to consumers, the following ads incorporate hands into their designs in myriad ways—from painting them to look like animals to forming them into symbolic gestures.
Shoe designer Charlotte Olympia teamed up with British artist and body art painter Boyarde Messenger to create a collection of high heel shoes that is an ode to six legendary artists of the 20th century—namely, Pablo Picasso, Howard Hodgkin, Vincent Van Gogh, Jackson Pollock, Roy Lichtenstein and Piet Mondrian.
Nice collection of patterns on Pinterest
“Whimsical art maker” Joanne Sharpe is a colorful mixed media artist and enthusiastic teacher with a passion for art journaling, lettering, doodling and illustration.
Creative typopgraphy from BECHA an artist from Beograd, Serbia.
Katie Sokoler makes fun things and I thought these bird wall decals are very eye-catching.
Florian Nicolle tries to create an image that retains its freshness of the first paint stroke, the expressions of the line have to be very free and spontaneous while keeping a rigorous drawing.
Interesting treatment – Jehrin Miller, illustrateur et photographe, mêle photo rétro et pixels.
Classic LPs turned into decorative bowls by artist Jeff Davis.
Karen Bit Vejles form of expression, psaligraphy, literally means the art of drawing or painting with scissors. Her works are formed from a large, continuous piece of paper and then cut using scissors.