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Off-Duty: Amazing Sci-Fi and Fantasy Artworks of Mateusz Majewski

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Mateusz Majewski is an illustrator and concept artist based in Krakow, Poland. Check out his concept art for Apex Legends. Continue reading »

Fallen Angels: The Superb Concept Art by Valentina Remenar

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Valentina Remenar is a traditional and digital illustrator, concept artist and graphic designer from Croatia, currently based in Slovenia, who works primarily on game concepts, book covers, posters, character design, and digital illustrations. Some of her clients include Riot Games, Blizzard, Marvel, Wizards Of The Coast, Valve, Outfit7 Ltd. (Ekipa2 d.o.o. subsidiary), West Studio, 3dtotal, ImagineFX, DeviantArt, Celsys. Continue reading »

Spectacular Winning Images of The 2022 Mangrove Photography Awards

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From a close-up crocodile to a crab fishing in a cave and a lizard navigating plastic waste, here is a look at the winning images, runners-up and some commended entries in the Mangrove Photography Awards, run by the Mangrove Action Project. Continue reading »

French Artists Creates Minimalist One-Line Drawings Of Iconic Fictional Characters

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“We’re Loooop, a French creative studio specializing in one-line art and we’d like to share our last project with you: we reinterpreted 50 of the most iconic fictional characters with one line. Continue reading »

Artist Painted Endangered Animals For Each Day Of 2019 To Raise People’s Awareness

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According to Ali Shimhaq, a digital artist based on Maldives: “I’ve dedicated 2019 to a cause that is very close to my heart and that is biodiversity conservation. The challenge was to draw an endangered animal each day for the whole year, raising awareness and using my art as a means of giving a voice to animals that WE have pushed toward extinction. For more on this challenge see here. Continue reading »

Celebrities Recreated As If They Were In Classical Paintings By Kyès

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Art from the past comes back into our lives once again. The internet fell in love with classical paintings that were turned into memes, therefore, we are sure you will be interested to see what this artist did. Continue reading »

Artist Spent 116 Hours In Total To Create All These Drawings Of His Childhood Objects From The Nineties

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According to Bert Musketon (previously featured): “I grew up in the nineties and I love to draw. The combination of those two led me to draw all my favorite childhood objects. From a Gameboy to a Casio watch. Continue reading »

This NYC Artist Found A Brilliant Way To Surprise Unexpectant Subway Passengers

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Devon Rodriguez, a New Yorker, connects with others in a simple and friendly manner by using his talent and free time. The artist is displaying his skills by drawing unsuspecting subway passengers in New York and then giving them the completed piece as a token of gratitude. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Paintings That Cause Conflicted Feelings Of Peace And Anxiety

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Julia Kuzina is a self-taught surrealism artist from Saint-Petersburg. She explores the relationships between human beings and nature, themes of their vulnerability. Plants, people, and animals in the paintings are not only connected but also have common properties, can be transformed into each other. Some characters move from painting to painting, creating their own universe with their own rules. Each painting tells a story. Continue reading »

The Superb 3D Creations & Custom Typeworks by Jérémie Gauthier

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Jérémie Gauthier is a French graphic designer based in Lyon who loves to experiment with 3D artworks and custom typography. Continue reading »

Walls and Columns with Hummingbirds by Decertor in Lima, Peru

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Daniel Cortez aka Decertor is from Lima, Peru. He is a painter interested in building weatherproof memories in public spaces. Continue reading »

Mesmerizing and Haunting: The Surreal and Stunning Artwork of Jaco Putker

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Jaco Putker is a contemporary artist and printmaker from The Hague, The Netherlands. He combines digital and traditional techniques to produce images which are both playful and sinister, nostalgic and magical. His preferred medium is photopolymer, or solar plate, etching. This technique is a non-toxic way of etching which allow for photorealistic depictions. Continue reading »

Amazing Sci-Fi Artworks by Matt Griffin

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Matt Griffin is an award-winning illustrator, author and animator from Kells, Co.Meath, Ireland. With clients including Disney, Warner Bros, Lucasfilm, Universal, Folio Society, Penguin & Harper Collins, he has garnered an international reputation for distinctive and innovative graphic art. Continue reading »

The Superb Black & White Retro Sci-Fi Pencil Drawings by Juan Osorno

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Created by Colombian artist Juan Osorno, ‘Contact’ is a series of pencil on paper illustrations inspired by old school science fiction films. Continue reading »

Galaxy of Horrors!: NASA Posters Highlight Spooky Alien Planets, Just in Time for Halloween

With Halloween just around the corner, NASA has released its latest Galaxy of Horrors posters. Styled like horror film advertisements from the 1950s, they feature different exoplanets—planets that orbit stars other than the sun—and highlight what exactly makes them so frightening.

“People are often most interested in finding exoplanets that could resemble Earth or potentially support life as we know it,” Thalia Rivera, an outreach specialist at JPL who led the development of the Galaxy of Horrors posters, said in the same statement.

“But there are so many other amazing, mystifying planets out there that are completely unlike Earth and that show us the huge variety of ways planets can form and evolve,” Rivera added. “My favorite thing about exoplanets is how extreme they can get!”

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Rains of Terror: This far-off blue planet may look like a friendly haven – but don’t be deceived! Weather here is deadly. The planet’s cobalt blue color comes from a hazy, blow-torched atmosphere containing clouds laced with glass. Howling winds send the storming glass sideways at 5,400 mph (2km/s), whipping all in a sickening spiral. It’s death by a million cuts on this slasher planet! (NASA-JPL/Caltech) Continue reading »

Artist Makes Super Awkward Flyers And Hang Them In The Streets

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According to Bert Musketon: “Hello, I am Bert Musketon and I am a visual artist based in Belgium. I love awkward stuff or situations, so I came up with the concept of Awkward Flyers. I try to communicate a random joke in one image. I put in a lot of time and effort, to be honest. Coming up with ideas, printing the flyer, going out, and pasting them on the streets. But, it’s super fun!” Continue reading »

Artist Makes Minimal Illustrations That Blend Cats Into Landscapes And Other Scenes

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According to Lim Heng Swee (previously featured here): “My name is Lim Heng Swee, and I’m a self-taught illustrator from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Cats, for me, are very mysterious animals. I like their personalities, which are always curious, calm, and relaxed. I always feel soothed when observing their postures, and I found that the curves of cats can perfectly blend into natural landscape scenes. I feel the calmness while creating these illustrations and hope you too will discover their secret knowledge of life.” Continue reading »

Artist Created Dark Tarot Deck Featuring Creepy Creatures And Demons

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According to Shawn Coss: “It’s been 4 years in the making but I’ve finally finished my first-ever complete tarot deck featuring my dark and twisted style. I wanted to create my own vision of a tarot deck featuring humanoid creatures and demons that could be used for tarot readings. I launched a Kickstarter for the whole 78-card deck on September 1st.” Continue reading »

Blockheads: Pop Culture Halloween Acrylic Artworks by Dave Burke

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“Blockheads” is a series of spooky three-dimensional artworks by California-based artist Dave Burke. These acrylic on thick canvas paintings are experimentations in trompe l’oeil, an attempt at depicting dimensional illusion. You can reach out to Dave directly if you’re interested in buying one of his pieces. Continue reading »

Photoshop Magician Continues To Create Amazing Logic-Challenging Photo Manipulations

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Photo manipulations help artists to explore the surreal parts of their imagination. With the help of photoshop or other tools, we can see what kind of crazy and visually bizarre ideas Ben Robins has. Continue reading »

The Superb Female Portraits by Melina Ghadimi

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Beautiful illustrated portraits by Iranian artist Melina Ghadimi. Continue reading »

The US States Brand Identity Clearly Illustrated by Bogdan Katsuba

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Graphic Designer Bogdan Katsuba created this cool selection of badges and a poster to visually represent each one of the 50 US states. Continue reading »

This Artist Adopts an Incredibly Unique Approach to Chinese Painting and 3D Projection Art

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Beijing based painter and 3D artist, Alice Lin adopts an incredibly unique approach to Chinese painting and 3D projection art. This technique itself has been a love of hers from a young age – perhaps it was the elements of detail paired with surrealism that led her to adopt it as her dominant art style. Continue reading »

M1NDBR0K3N: The Superb 3D Modern Design Artworks of Alex Pevchev

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Creative director and 3D artist Alexander is not your average creative – having discovered his love for creativity and design, he found little use for his Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance. Continue reading »

Photorealistic Oil Paintings by Debbie Daniels

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American artist Debbie Daniels is a photorealistic oil painter. Her work consists of oil paintings based on the seaside and scenery in and around the San Juan Islands. Continue reading »