Hyperrealistic Pencil Drawings By Monica Lee

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Monica Lee has been a digital artist for 12 years, and she has finally decided to pursue her dream job as a drawer. She effortlessly pencils complex portraits of freckled girls and guys, many of these art pieces taking 3 to 4 weeks to finish.

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Incredible Wood Sculptures of Willy Verginer

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Modern Italian sculptor Willy Verginer creates incredible wooden sculptures. The artist creates original, multi-faced compositions by playing with space and color.

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30 Examples of 3D Street Art

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A young conceptual artist from New York, Aakash Nihalani, expresses his twisted vision of the visible world through 3D street art executed by duct tape.

Street art is frequently associated with graffiti alone, but the truth is it is probably one of the oldest and most definitely one of the most exact styles of street art. 3D street art derives from so-called street painting, and as its predecessor, its usually executed on streets, sidewalks, or other public pavement areas. 3D murals are also common, but less than pavement pictures. Artists who create 3D street paintings usually use chalk as their principal medium, so on occasion a synonym for the trade – chalk art – is used, while the usual term for the style is anamorphic painting.

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My Little Pony Dolls transformed into Pop Culture Icons by Mari Kasurinen

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My Little Pony has been transformed by Finnish artist Mari Kasurinen, who has turned the little girl’s toy into geeky collectors’ pieces. Introduced by Hasbro way back in 1981, My Little Ponys were distinctively girly with their pretty pastel colouring and decorative rainbow and star embellishments. However, you’d be hard-pressed to recognise the little plastic horses once Mari Kasurinen has done with them. From superheroes and sci-fi stars, like Spock and Wonder Woman, to music icons like Elvis and Lady Gaga, Kasurinen’s customisation work hits all the right pop-culture references.

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Sand Sculpture Festival Held in Belgium

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Tourists view sand sculptures during the Sand Sculpture Festival in Oostende, Belgium, July 2, 2014. About 150 sculptures created by more than 30 professional sand artists from about 10 countries were shown in the sand sculpture festival which would be held till the end of August. (Photo: Xinhua)

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Tiny People’s Big Adventures In A World Of Food by William Kass

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Playing with food is not just for kids any more, as Brazilian artist William Kass proves with his imaginative “Minimize – Food” photo series. He creates amusing miniature dramas using fruit, vegetables, seeds, ice-cream, and just about anything else that’s edible.

The artist introduces lovely tiny people to a wondrous world, where an orange becomes a juicy, sparkling pool, chilli peppers turn into bonfires, and a zucchini becomes a cannon in a circus show.

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30 Examples of Solar System Tattoo

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Solar System can be a source of creations for art, crafts and posters. It can also be a source of inspiration for tattoos. It’s a good example that a tattoo could connect to science as well as expressing symbolic meanings. In this post you will enjoy the collection of 30 beautiful solar system tattoo designs.

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Classy Dotwork Tattoo Art By Ilya Brezinski

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Ilya Brezinski draws each subject matter meticulously and concisely on each piece of paper. Kind of like a German engraver taking his time to perfect his craft. Outlines and dot-by-dot fill form beautiful images like the 1938 prototype car, Phantom Corsair. His illustrations can be viewed at Behance, and there you can see how easily he has adapted his work for tattoo art.

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Incredible Wax Sculptures of Movie Characters by Bobby Causey

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Bobby Causey creates latex sculptures of Hollywood stars. If you were ever to walk into his wax museum, you would see Jack Nicholson’s very realistic bust wielding an axe, Heath Ledger’s Joker giving you a freaky stare, The cover of Fight Club coming to life in front of your eyes and Hellboy casually smoking a cigar. Bobby Causey also creates movie vehicle replicas with just as much detail and precision. When talking about his work he says, “I can only tell you I love what I do. I have had all sorts of different jobs, and sculpture as been the most rewarding and fulfilling.”

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“Now & Then: Seeing the Future from the Past” by Samantha Decker

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Photographer Samantha Decker has a then-and-now series with a twist—instead of juxtaposing old images against a current scene, she does the reverse. ‘Now & Then: Seeing the Future from the Past’ features photographs of modern-day settings contrasted against shots from bygone eras.

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Paintings by Micrea Suciu

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Micrea Suciu was born in Romania and currently lives and works in Bucharest; at the same time teaches at Cluj Visual Arts Painting Department. Micrea’s main techniques are oil painting and charcoal drawings. The artist’s work as been exposed throughout Europe but also in New York. Suciu’s paintings has been compared to that of René Magritte. Enjoy.

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“Take The Stairs” – Beautifully decorated and painted Steps

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We’re particularly enjoying these beautifully decorated steps, currently brightening up cities around the world. From intricate Mexican mosaics to Sicilian floral delights, from playful piano steps in Chile to rambling rose tiles in Tehran.

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Modern Ceramic Art by Shiegeki Hayashi

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Japanese modern artist Shigeki Hayashi using the traditional ceramic techniques creates whimsical ceramic figurines, inspired by science fiction and manga (Japanese comic books).

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3-Dimensional Paintings by Boy Kong

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Boy Kong is an Asian-American artist based in Florida, who creates surreal, 3-Dimensional illustrations layered over carved wood and painting with acrylic and spray paint.

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Calligrapher Sends Handwritten Text Messages Without Using His Phone Keyboard

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Student Alejandro Mallea sent handwritten text messages to his friends for an entire week, without using his phone’s keyboard. Realizing how technology is affecting his life and relationship after picking up calligraphy, Mallea decided to incorporate calligraphy into text messaging—he would have to write out the messages on paper, photograph them, and send them as a picture message. He received numerous positive feedbacks on his project, some even responded with their handwriting.

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