The Incredible Photo-Realistic Portrait Tattoos of Oleg Shepelenko

The Incredible Photo-Realistic Portrait Tattoos of Oleg Shepelenko

Oleg Shepelenko, a talented tattoo artist from Rostov-on-Don, Russia, has been getting international recognition thanks to his insanely detailed portrait tattoos. Continue reading »

Hilarious Comics By Norwegian Mom Jade Nordahl That Perfectly Capture What Motherhood Is Like

Hilarious Comics By Norwegian Mom Jade Nordahl That Perfectly Capture What Motherhood Is Like

No matter how many articles and books on parenting you read or how many stories you hear, none of them can prepare you for the true reality of parenting. There are so many things that are rarely talked about even though they’re an inseparable part of parenthood, such as sleepless nights, temper tantrums, and loads and loads of diapers – and Norwegian mother of two Jade Nordahl decided to illustrate all of that in her funny and honest comics. Continue reading »

This German Grandma Spends 30 Thousand Euros To Tattoo Her Whole Body

This German Grandma Spends 30 Thousand Euros To Tattoo Her Whole Body

It’s not a joke. German grandma and tattoo model Kerstin Tristan spent 30 thousand Euros ($35,000) for body tattoos. It should not be said that it is impossible, when it comes to tattooing everything happens. Continue reading »

Cartoonist Illustrated Six Types Of Plant Parents. Which One Are You?

Cartoonist Illustrated Six Types Of Plant Parents. Which One Are You?

We all know that millennials love plants. Feeling depressed? Get a plant! Home looks dull? How about adding a plant? No money for raising a family? No worries, get a plant! Continue reading »

Russian Street Artist Shows Off His Amazing Calligraphy Artwork On The Local Tram

Russian Street Artist Shows Off His Amazing Calligraphy Artwork On The Local Tram
Dmitry Chabanov

Here’s a Russian tram after the Stenograffia, a festival of calligraphy in Yekaterinburg. The author of the painting was a calligrapher Vasya Bas. The main message, encrypted in the intricacy of the letters was the phrase: “Life is movement”. Continue reading »

“Lockdown Heroes”: Essential Workers Turned Into Comics Heroes

"Lockdown Heroes": Essential Workers Turned Into Comics Heroes

To pay tribute to the ones who worked during the lockdown to provide us an access to essential services, Tomo Taka, a London-based creative, turned them into comic books heroes. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist’s Puzzling “Spot the Killer” Murder Mystery Has Net Baffled

Japanese Artist’s Puzzling “Spot the Killer” Murder Mystery Has Net Baffled

Japanese illustrator Shida has a talent for dark and thought-provoking artwork that has just enough detail combined with an air of mystery that invites you to fill in the blanks by imagining a story to go along with it. That’s probably a big reason why Shida has been able to befuddle so many with a simple question accompanying a murder-mystery themed illustration: “Who killed that girl with the red hair?” Continue reading »

This Dude Keeps Protesting Annoying Everyday Things With Funny Signs

This Dude Keeps Protesting Annoying Everyday Things With Funny Signs

“If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything,” states the description on Dude With Sign’s Instagram account. And the guy means it. Continue reading »

Street Artist Uses Traditional Persian Rugs As Canvas To Spray-Paint Female Portraits

Street Artist Uses Traditional Persian Rugs As Canvas To Spray-Paint Female Portraits

Mateo is a french artist based in Montreal. He is best known for his baroque street art inspired by ornaments from around the world, as well as for his striking oriental carpet paintings, resulting in a mix of urban art with the heritage of ancient cultures. Continue reading »

The Simpsons Meets Fine Art in Amazing Mash-Ups

The Simpsons Meets Fine Art in Amazing Mash-Ups

Instagram account Fine Art Simpsons brings together the world of fine art with that of the The Simpsons. And the results are pretty fantastic. The artist describes them as “Lifeless images rendered in colourful goop.” Continue reading »

This Instagram Account Cleverly Photoshops Animals Into Everyday Things

This Instagram Account Cleverly Photoshops Animals Into Everyday Things

Instagram account ‘Animals In Things’ is exactly what it sounds like: it’s a glorious page full of photos of animals seamlessly combined with food and everyday items. Scroll down to see the best examples! Continue reading »

“Of War And Peace”: Spanish Artist Shows His Vision of Protests and War in Syria

"Of War And Peace": Spanish Artist Shows His Vision of Protests and War in Syria

Meet Haitz de Diego, a contemporary artist born in Ondarroa, in the Basque Country. According to an Haitz de Diego: “I was born in 1979 in a little coastal town called Ondarroa, in the Basque Country. I was raised and immersed myself in the world of painting and illustration an early stage, spending hours drawing In my grandpa’s lap while my parents continued their studies. However, my parents soon realized drawing was not a mere child hobby for me but a passion.” Continue reading »

“Pathologic”: Imaginative, Bizarre and Otherworldy Paintings of Peter Ferguson

"Pathologic": Imaginative, Bizarre and Otherworldy Paintings of Peter Ferguson

Canadian painter Peter Ferguson has been working had a career as a professional illustrator since graduating from the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto in 1992. He has been very successful over the years and has had many clients such as Marvel Comics, The Wall Street Journal, and has illustrated the covers of the Sisters Grimm collection. Continue reading »

French Artist SLip Creates Delightfully Otherworldy, Colorful and Superb Surreal Collages

French Artist SLip Creates Delightfully Otherworldy, Colorful and Superb Surreal Collages

Active in the music world since 1998, SLip is not only a collage artist but a musician as well. His work is inspired by are pop-art, Soviet minimalism, and primary colors. Continue reading »

These Beautiful 16th Century Watercolors Illustrate the History of Comets And Meteors

These Beautiful 16th Century Watercolors Illustrate the History of Comets And Meteors

Humans have long regarded comets with a swirling mix of wonder and fear: The cosmic characters figure on Babylonian tablets and a sprawling, 11th-century European tapestry. Before scientists knew exactly what caused these bright smears across the sky, comets were often interpreted as portents of doom or destruction. (Occasionally, they were blamed for less-dramatic shenanigans, such as inspiring chickens to lay oddly shaped eggs.) Given their rich history, it makes sense that an unknown artist in 16th-century Flanders compiled a lavishly illustrated compendium of comets blazing as humans cowered or gawked. Continue reading »

Alessandro Keegan Creates Abstract, Jewel-Like Surreal Compositions

Alessandro Keegan Creates Abstract, Jewel-Like Surreal Compositions

Alessandro Keegan (b. 1980) is a visual artist, writer and adjunct professor with an MFA in painting and drawing from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a MA in art history from Brooklyn College. Continue reading »

Matt Lipps’ Carefully Constructed Photographic Tableaus

Matt Lipps' Carefully Constructed Photographic Tableaus

Over the past twenty years, Matt Lipps has developed a distinctive photographic practice that pays tribute to the history of twentieth-century photography while also questioning the dominant myths that structure our cultural narratives. Continue reading »

Hilariously Honest Comics That Perfectly Capture Annoying Everyday Moments

Hilariously Honest Comics That Perfectly Capture Annoying Everyday Moments

“Why does this always happen to me?” we like to ask this question even after the tiniest mishaps and disappointments. Well, it doesn’t. Coffee spills and power shortages happen to everyone. To remind us that the universe doesn’t have its favorites, London-based artist Natalya Lobanova draws comics about universal everyday struggles we face, and she’s doing a darn good job, too. Continue reading »

Vintage Nudes Censored with Dot Art

Vintage Nudes Censored with Dot Art

With the ever-growing issue of having art censored across many social media platforms, one artist is using his dot art to make some questionable images more palatable to general audiences. Continue reading »

Artist Duo Brings Life Into A Boring Old Stairway By Painting A Bright And Colorful Rug-Shaped Mural

Artist Duo Brings Life Into A Boring Old Stairway By Painting A Bright And Colorful Rug-Shaped Mural

Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn, aka Jessie and Katey, are a Baltimore-based artist duo known for their bright and vivid large scale murals. They were recently approached by the Turchin Center at the Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, and asked to paint a stairway located on the campus. The duo ended up creating an impressive rug-shaped mural draping down the steps, transforming the boring old stairway into a colorful piece of art. Continue reading »

Thought-Provoking, Colossal Murals by INTI, Chilean Street Artist

Thought-Provoking, Colossal Murals by INTI, Chilean Street Artist

INTI takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. His colossal murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. Continue reading »

After A Trip To Ireland, Artist Decided To Paint Its Stunning Landscapes As Beautiful Watercolors

After A Trip To Ireland, Artist Decided To Paint Its Stunning Landscapes As Beautiful Watercolors

According to Carsten Wieland: “The Cliffs of Moher may be one of the first things to come to my mind when thinking about the typical Irish landscape. And probably one thinks about the color green, too. When I arrived for a short trip to Ireland, I had, in fact, the feeling that the whole landscape is created from an unbelievable richness of variations in green.” Continue reading »

What’s Wrong With Today’s Society Captured In 32 Brutally Honest Illustrations By John Holcroft

This Illustration Is Going To Lose Me Some Followers
What’s Wrong With Today’s Society Captured In 32 Brutally Honest Illustrations By John Holcroft

There are a lot of issues in today’s society. Addiction to social media, devaluation of workers, unhealthy lifestyles, and that’s just a few of them. A lot of us don’t even notice these problems; we either ignore them or don’t run into them at all. However, artist John Holcroft tackles them head-on and illustrates the issues of today’s world in his satirical and honest art. Continue reading »

Artist Alexa Meade Turns People Into 2D Illusion Art

Artist Alexa Meade Turns People Into 2D Illusion Art

Alexa Meade (previously) is an American artist best known for her portraits painted directly onto the human body and inanimate objects in a way that collapses depth and makes her models appear two-dimensional when photographed. Continue reading »

Russian Design Agency Developed Creative Package With A Funny Blue Cat Walking Between Milk Packs

Russian Design Agency Developed Creative Package With A Funny Blue Cat Walking Between Milk Packs

Milk products remain more than 22% of russian FMCG market but dairy branding has stuck in recent years. Competition is high and it’s hard to stand out on the shelf. Brand Milgrad by Bryansk Dairy Factory is known as the first trade mark which brings happiness. Marketing team came up with the idea to think of how the product can pierce the consumer’s heart. We decided to create something really cute and kind. Continue reading »