Incredible Paintings Created by Using Coffee


Maria Aristidou is a UK-based painter who creates incredible portraits of famous figures using a surprising material: coffee. She’s experimented with a variety of brands and consistencies to develop the range of colors that enables her artistic freedom. “Firstly made by accident, coffee painting has really grow on me,” she says. “Painting like I would with watercolors, I use many different blends and brands in order to get the right shade, depending on the design.” Aristidou usually chooses recognizable photographs to replicate. Due to her medium of choice, the pieces turn out in sepia tones, which give the pictures a warm, old-fashioned feel.

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Crazy Colorful Paper Installations by Travis Rice Made with a Document Shredder


Arizona-based artist Travis Rice created colorful installations made from thousands of thin, colorful strips of paper. With these waterfalls of shredded paper suspended from the ceiling, Rice alters the way that viewers interact with an otherwise ordinary gallery space.

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Japanese Genital Art by Megumi Igarashi

Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi, known as Rokudenashiko, holds her artwork after a news conference following a court appearance in Tokyo April 15, 2015. A Japanese artist on trial for obscenity after making figurines and a kayak modeled on her v*gina said on Wednesday that there was nothing wrong with her artwork and her arrest merely showed how far Japan remains behind the west. Words in the artwork read “Centre. 3D scan”. (Photo by Toru Hanai/Reuters)

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Thomas Lamadieu Illustrates In The Sky Between Buildings

Illustrator Thomas Lamadieu has created a series of sky art in between buildings of different cities with characters.

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Emanuele Dascanio’s Hyper Realistic Fruit Drawings


Emanuele Dascanio is an artist currently based out of Milan, Italy with awesome technical skill as a painter. Dascanio creates incredibly detailed oil paintings, predominately figurative and still-life pieces.

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The Most Creative Sculptures And Statues From Around The World


Most statues or sculptures you find dotted around cities are in most cases, figures of heroes and distinguished individuals who have significant contributions to the country or to the locality. We have decided to dig out some of the more creative and inspired pieces from around the world.

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Artist Creates Dazzling Ocean Stones Covered in Colorful Tiny Dots


Canada-based creative Elspeth McLean puts her talents to good use transforming smooth ocean stones into symbolic works of arts. They are painted in splendid, bright colors that feature a series of dots decoratively arranged along the surface.

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Women Portraits by Januz Miralles


Januz Miralles is an artist from Philippines based in the province of Laguna , southeast of Manila. He uses conventional painting techniques coupled with digital image processing to provide this captivating result. His main theme are women having as background, or even in the foreground, irregular brush strokes. The colours used are a range of greys and blacks, pale cream but some times red is used aggressively.

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City of Minas Tirith Made from Matchsticks

Artist Pat Acton from Matchstick Marvels studio recently finished and ambitious construction of the city of Minas Tirith from Lord of the Rings.

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Melting Porcelain Art by Livia Marin

London based artist and sculptor Livia Marin is interested in Chinese porcelain. Although, she sees it from an interesting perspective. Her chinaware looks like it slowly melts, forming porcelain puddles.

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3D Calligraphy Experiments by Tolga Girgin


Turkish graphic designer and electrical engineer Tolga Girgin continues to experiment with calligraphy that seems to jump off the page. Girgin uses shading, shadows, and different forms of perspective to create three-dimensional letters that float, stand, drip, and slant. You can see more on Instagram

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Chain-link Fence Installation by Soo Sunny Park

Artist Soo Sunny Park created a glittering installation called Unwoven Light composed of sections of chain-link fence adorned with Plexiglas.

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Digital Artworks by Adam Martinakis

UK-based digital artist Adam Martinakis creates digital artworks that combine elements of surrealism and photorealism.

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Portraits by Mark Demsteader


Demsteader has won several awards including The Lyceum Prize and The Sidney Andrews Scholarship. His main techniques are charcoal and gouache and his main theme are female forms. Emma Watson is his latest muse having created 34 paintings of her.

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Sepia Series Paintings by Janel Eleftherakis


Janel Eleftherakis is a New England based artist brought up in Miami but born in Germany. Her artistic love was influenced by her grandmother. Fascinated with the tumultuous and glorious eras of the 40′s, Janel created the series of oil paintings Sepia Series, featured in abstract and dark color.

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