Amazing Pencil Drawings by Tattoo Artist Dino Tomic

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Dino Tomic, a talented Croatian tattoo artist in Norway, likes to create gripping realistic drawings when he’s not tattooing clients. His drawings, whether drawing upon horror and sci-fi elements or looking to realistic models for inspiration, pulse with dynamic force.

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Mind-blowing Automotive Sculptures by Gerry Judah

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Since 1997, artist and sculptor Gerry Judah creates his unusual automobile sculptures. His first experience was a project for the Goodwood Festival of Speed that took place in Sussex.

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40 Boat Tattoo Designs

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Well, first of all boat tattoo designs can be funny and beautiful. If you look at our collection, in fact, you will find a combination of complicated drawings and colourful shapes. These are real masterpieces conceived and created by real artists. And talking about artists, if you decide to get your own boat tattoo, choose a good tattoo artist, someone you really trust. You will also need to be patient and remember: you will have a piece of art living on your skin!

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Cardboard Steampunk and Aerodynamics by Daniel Agdag

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Artist Daniel Agdag is engaged in a rather strange occupation. He comes up with series of items of non-existent sci-fi movies, then creates flying vehicles that will never take off.

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The Art of Rock Balancing by Michael Grab

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Michael Grab is an artist that has been ‘rock balancing‘ since 2008. Much of his recent work has been done around the Boulder, Colorado area. Grab finds the process both spiritual and therapeutic.

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Creative Conceptual Works by Domenic Bahmann

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Canberra-based artist Domenic Bahmann and his ongoing conceptual work project featuring funny and creative visuals and images made from the combination of the found objects and his drawings.

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Amazingly Creative Drawing Vs Photography by Ben Heine

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Ben Heine is a talented and innovative artist from Belgium. He has shown his talent and creativity by mixing drawing and photography commonly known as “Pencil Vs Camera” art. It was a totally new visual concept which he initially introduced in 2010 and has received a huge appreciation from people all around the world. Ben Heine‘s fresh, captivating and eye-catching images have once again become the focus of people’s interest on the web.

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‘Book Surgeon’ Uses Surgical Tools To Make Incredible Book Sculptures

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Brian Dettmer is a NY based artist identified as the Guide Surgeon, uses tweezers, knives, scalpels and other surgical resources to dissect and carve previous books into intricate and beautiful sculptures. Dettmer’s work has a type of classic contact to it since he makes use of previous guides – maps, encyclopaedias, textbooks, manuals, and any other form of literature that he can switch into an interesting piece of artwork.

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50 Impressive 3D Drawings

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Illusionistic art has been around since Ancient times, when unknown painters depicted fictional landscapes on inside walls of wealthy Pompeians. And even earlier, on Crete and throughout the Greece. Illusionism was the only tool painters of antiquity had that allowed them to create the feeling of depth, artificial space on a flat surface.

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Stunningly Surreal Microscopic Landscapes by Rebecca Clews

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Rebecca Clews can be called a painter, but all of her works are done without using any paint at all. The 22-year-old artist takes hundreds of microscopic images and puts them together until she gets a piece of landscape.

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Impressive Body Paintings By Gesine Marwedel

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Gesine Marwedel is a German artist who creates beautiful and terrifying paintings on models who serve her as canvases.

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“Postcards for Ants” – Miniature Watercolor Paintings by Lorraine Loots

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While her minuscule, detailed paintings are some no bigger than a thumb nail, there’s nothing small about Cape Town-based artist Lorraine Loots’ talent. And with her new project, 365 Postcards for Ants, we get to see a bit of it every single day. The intricacy in her paintings contradicts their size, so we’ve included their measurements to show how incredibly tiny they actually are. Lorraine says she enjoys working on such a small scale because she really has to pause and get close to the piece to see it clearly. She says that the whole idea behind the project is to dedicate an hour a day to making a tangible version of any tiny detail that would normally go unnoticed.

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Beautiful Dioramas of Nonexistent Worlds by Didier Massard

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Renowned artist Didier Massard created stunningly detailed dioramas of nonexistent worlds that, at first glance, may look like a painting or a work of digital art.

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The Most Breathtaking Visuals at Beakerhead 2014

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For five days in mid-September, Beakerhead throws an extraordinary five-day-long smash-up filled with extraordinary art, memorizing street installations, and thought-provoking talks. Just like last year, Beakerhead put on an amazing visual display around the city. One thing you can always count on – they always go big.

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Amazing Carpets by Faig Ahmed

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Faig Ahmed graduated from the Sculpture faculty at the Azerbaijan State Academy of Fine Art in Baku in 2004. Since 2003, he has been working with various media, including painting, video and installation. Currently, he is study¬ing the artistic qualities of Azerbaijani traditional rugs – he disassembles their conventional structure and randomly rearranges the resulting components of the traditional composition then combines these fragments with contemporary sculptural forms.

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