Avatars for Ukraine is a charity NFT collection of the iconic digital art created in response to the largest war since WWII. The incarnations of the spirit of Ukraine in its fight for existence. Continue reading »
There are few photo editors on the internet who have made as big of a splash with their witty antics as British graphic designer James Fridman, Photoshop troll and wizard extraordinaire. Odds are that you’ve scrolled past one of his hilarious photo edits on social media without realizing that it’s him working his magic behind the screen. Continue reading »
Let’s be real, playing with Lego doesn’t stop at the end of childhood. The possibilities those little bricks and figures offer are endless: from constructing an object according to a manual to creating something unique and capturing it with a camera. The latter is what a digital creator called Brick Panda does! Continue reading »
Worry Lines has captured hearts around the world with sweetly funny, deceptively simple, and instantly relatable daily drawings shared on Instagram at @worry__lines. The drawings have been described as ‘tender’, ‘wobbly’ and ‘oddly comforting’. Continue reading »
“Hi! I’m a 3D artist from Croatia, working primarily in Blender! I create everything that comes to my mind, so expect to see a variety of styles, colors and topics!” Continue reading »
According to Corey Crawford: “My passion for photography and visual storytelling has driven me to want to travel all around the world to discover and capture iconic/unique locations and destinations for no other reason than just pure curiosity. Travelling to different destinations where it is out of my comfort zone and knowing that their are locations out there that still have to be discovered and having that mindset is definitely without a doubt why I still carry on this huge passion for photography.” Continue reading »
Born Catherine Élise Blanchett in Melbourne, Australia, on May 14, 1969, Cate Blanchett began making a name for herself in theater soon after graduating from Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1992. Continue reading »
Kharkiv School of Photography is an artistic milieu that emerged in the 1970s in the city of Kharkiv, Ukraine. It was a school of aesthetic thought which never had any official status, where ‘education’ happened in clubs and coffee shops — not a school to attend classes. Still, the artists created an original visual language that broke free from the dominant Soviet dogma in arts. It defined the discourse for the next generations in Kharkiv and entire Ukraine and evolved into a distinctive aesthetic system, offering a documentary chronicle of over 50 years of its history.
Heavily bombed by the Russian army, several photographers of the group still remain in Kharkiv, as others managed to escape leaving their archives behind. An operation to preserve these documents is ongoing.
Viktor & Sergiy Kochetov/Alexandra de Viveiros Gallery
Viktor Kochetov creates work with his son Sergiy. They are well-known for hand-colouring black and white prints in the tradition of luriki — enlarged, retouched and often tinted photographic portraits. Continue reading »
Oliver Ryan is a UK based concept artist and illustrator working in games and animation. Continue reading »
Discover the Art of Naoyuki Hayashi, a freelance concept artist working in Tokyo, Japan. Continue reading »
Enjoy a Collection of 50+ Original Model Sheets from the classics Looney Tunes ! Looney Tunes is an American animated series of comedy short films produced by Warner Bros. from 1930 to 1969. Continue reading »
Hideaki Kita was born in Kanagawa in 1972 and graduated from Multimedia Art Academy Background Department. After working for a game company and an animation production company, he became a freelance artist. He is active in a wide range of activities, including solo exhibitions and watercolour classes, while painting local landscapes of Shonan. Continue reading »
John French Sloan (August 2, 1871 – September 7, 1951) was an American painter and etcher. He is considered to be one of the founders of the Ashcan school of American art. Continue reading »
“My number had come up with the draft before my Jan 1968 graduation from Fresno State College,” writes Lance Nix, “so I worked a part time job until I was finally inducted into the U.S. Army early June of 1968. By the end of October 1968 I was en-route to the Vietnam War. Continue reading »
According to Linda Bouderbala: “There is one thing I think about every time I play an RPG, and I felt like I had to paint it! I was playing Pokemon Sword lately, and while I have over a thousand items in my backpack, everything seems normal, I can run and go anywhere. But, in real life, it would be extraordinarily different, especially with a bike and a cooking pot on my back. Continue reading »
It started out as a simple shape carved into his daughter’s sandwich to make her smile at school lunchtime. Today, it has evolved into a collection of thousands of sandwich bag cartoon drawings, a social media following spanning the globe and a dedicated exhibition at Australia’s National Cartoon Gallery. Continue reading »
Tom Bagshaw is a British illustrator who draws charming girls in a gothic setting. His ladies are so charming in their decadent essence that they win over even the most conservative stumps at first sight. And no wonder – sometimes you can’t command your heart. Continue reading »
You can find a lot in Richard Ingersoll’s drawings – and it’s not just in their crazy, psychedelic subjects, but in how different the perception of the pictures is from how the mood of the viewer changes. In moments of sadness they add to despondency, in moments of joy they add to cheerfulness. If this is not a sign of the artist’s skill, we wash our hands of it. Continue reading »
Mitch Griffiths is a British artist who paints hyper-realistic paintings. His work impresses not only with fantastic detail, but also with its resemblance to the masterpieces of Caravaggio and Titian: Griffiths’ paintings are as epic and powerful in their mythological spirit as the works of the masters of the past, although they tell a slightly different story. Continue reading »
Hu Ming was born in 1955 into the family of an officer in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. She herself also followed in her father’s footsteps and rose to the rank of major, but her main passion has always been painting. Continue reading »
Folding paper and drawing on it might not be a new concept, however, artist Ben Avlis has managed to breathe a new life into it by creating these funny and creepy transforming illustrations. Continue reading »
The H.A.N.D.S. sports ground, a new skatepark and roller-skating facility, has opened on the rooftop of a shopping centre in Tuen Mun, providing a respite in a city starved of personal and leisure space. Continue reading »
Olympus Image of the Year Award 2021 has announced the winners of its annual photography competition that recognizes the best worldwide talent in life science photos taken with a microscope.
The global winning image was taken by Jan Martinek (Czech Republic).
Arabidopsis thaliana flower with pollen tubes growing through the pistil. The flower tissues were chemically cleared to become transparent, while the pollen tubes were stained with aniline blue (yellow fluorescence) in order to be seen. Continue reading »
This Polish Artist Would Consume Peyote, Cocaine, and Other Intoxicants Before Creating Stunning Pastel Portraits
In pursuit of Pure Form, the Polish artist Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz known as “Witkacy” would consume peyote, cocaine, and other intoxicants before creating pastel portraits. Continue reading »
Robert Blomfield’s photographs take us to Edinburgh between 1957 and 1966. Born in Leeds in 1938, Bloomfield studied medicine in Scotland’s capital. He took pictures for pleasure, recording things that caught his eye. Never exhibited during his lifetime, once his prints were dry, Robert would be put them into their yellow Kodak boxes. Continue reading »