Joel Rea is the artist behind this collection of hyper-realistic paintings. Joel’s oil on canvas pieces have been included in an impressive amount of exhibitions, the most recent being; Beasts of Arcadia, Jonathan LeVine Gallery, New York, USA. He has also been selected alongside 60 renowned international artists in the world’s first Paintguide exhibition held in London.
The inspiration for Deck Two’s detailed illustrative typography piece below was his recent trip to Japan. Deck Two is an artist based in Paris, France and specialises in illustration, wall painting, motion graphic design, storyboard and FX. He likes to mix media and not to be locked in one space. He started to paint on walls in 1996 but he’s been drawing since he was a kid. He looks for dynamic and movement in his work. The heart of his work remains the same every time: drawing is the link …
This collection of handmade bird sculptures was created by Zack Mclaughlin, they were created using paper and wood. Zack is a London-based illustrator and graduated with a Ba Hons in Illustration. A few of his clients include; Dorling Kindersley, Rising stars and Hogsback books.
Below is a collection of images taken from the portfolio of Los Angeles photographer and art director, Mike Dempsey. The images that this article has focused on have been taken from a theme that Mike seems to be very interested in, and that is the concept of levitating and capturing his subjects in peculiar mid-air scenarios. Some images are funny, some suspenseful and some are just clever.
Dan May is currently based in Northern Michigan and to create his narrative paintings he uses acrylic paints on wood panel. Dan sells limited edition prints, printed on Hahnemuhle photo rag, all of which are numbered and hand signed. Check out his online shop via his website. May weaves a rich texture of the surreal and mysterious into his highly original flowing style. His detail-intensive works have become widely recognized for their dreamlike ability to transcend the natural states of space and time.
To create his anatomical illustrations Nunzio Paci uses pencil and oils on canvas. Nunzio currently lives and works in Italy, his works have been included in many group and solo exhibitions. Be sure to head over to his website to see more of his creative illustrations. My whole work deals with the relationship between man and Nature, in particular with animals and plants. The focus of my observation is body with its mutations. My intention is to explore the infinite possibilities of life, in search of a balance between reality and …
Maude White is the artist behind the intricate paper carvings below, she is currently based in Hudson Valley. Maude specializes in papercutting and her works have been exhibited in several galleries in Western New York and the Hudson Valley. When I cut paper, I feel as if I am peeling back the outer, superficial layer of our vision to reveal the secret space beneath. With paper cutting there are so many opportunities to create negative space that tells its own story. Letting the observer become present in the piece allows him or her …
Tomasz Mazurczak has created this Free UI kit, it has 55+ elements and is free for personal and commercial use. Tomasz is a front-end developer, UI/web Designer and video Producer based in Opole, Poland. To check out the download page, click the link at the bottom of the article.
This collection of street reflection photography was taken in New york City by Darlene Ollerenshaw. She is a 3D visualization artist based in Livingston, NJ, USA and enjoys photography in her spare time. One of my favorite things to do is walk around New York City and capture special reflections on the city streets. I usually seek out visual areas that create another dimension in the puddle and turn the photo into a work of art, almost like a painting, rather than just a photo.
To create her shattered animal paintings Angela Gram uses oil paints on canvas. She is currently based in New Jersey and is the co-founder of the blog Quantumartreview.com. “Her paintings exist in many private collections and have recently been published by Skira Rizzoli in “The Figure: Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture” a book showcasing figurative art by established and emerging artists.”
The Working Capitol branding project was created by Foreign Policy, a branding and design group based in Singapore. They specialize in design and creative consulting, design strategy, digital strategy, branding, print, web/interactive media & space design. The brand concept is based on the Euclidean Principle and the visual language is inspired by Euclidean’s geometric construction. The idea that something beautiful can be created with a given set of basic axiomatic system, reflects The Working Capitol’s three pillars: (A)creating beautiful spaces; (B)combined with contemporary lifestyle; and (C)community. Just like the three dimensions in …
This collection of compelling environment concepts are by Claudio Pilia. He is a freelance illustrator and concept artist based in Berlin, Germany. His digital art skills are completely self-taught and with the combination of both he is currently travelling around the world to continue his learning process and evolve a unique design language.
This collection of macro cat eye photography is by Andrew Marttila. He is a self-taught photographer specializing in pet photography and is currently based in Fishtown, Pennsylvania. Being deathly allergic to cats and dogs since birth, at the age of 22, I decided it was time to overcome my allergy and build an immunity through exposure.
Kang-hoon Kang is based in Seoul, South Korea and he is the artist behind these fantastic hyper realistic paintings. To create his paintings kang uses oil on canvas, his work has been exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions.
These black and white illustrations are by Chu’a, an art director, illustrator and graphic designer based in Paris, France. Freelance graphic designer, I rise in all areas where creation is welcome, both for experimental projects for commands.