Davos Elite Genetic Secrets For Sale: The Davos Collection Heads To Auction


theearnestproject

EARNE$T announces the upcoming auction of The Davos Collection, a portfolio of artifacts covertly harvested during the 2018 WEF at Davos. The Collection presents the unique opportunity to gain genetic insights into a most influential population and a class traditionally resilient to data collection. 2018 Davos attendees included Donald Trump, George Soros, Jack Ma, Queen Rania of Jordan, Angela Merkel and Elton John. Continue reading »

The Last Day For Tomorrow Future: Absolutely Amazing Digital Artworks Of Bryn Jones

Bryn is a digital artist raised in the South West of England. In 1989 he won his first art competition at Pinocchio’s Nursery School. Competitions continue to drive his career, a place in Ballistic Publishing’s Expose collection is one of his most recent wins. Continue reading »

Attack Of The B-Pictures: Bold, Brilliant And Bizarre Mexican Pulp Art

Most of the artists are unknown. A few have signed their names. Araujo, Dorantes, Fzavala, Marin, Pérez, Luna, and Ortiz. Yet, most have been forgotten, or are dead, or retired, or are painting somewhere. But we have their paintings, which is more than most people leave as proof of a career. Continue reading »

These 12 Pictures Of Building Compositions Won The 2019 Art Of Building Photography Competition

“Fish” By Pedro Luis Ajuriaguerra Saiz, Winner Of The Judge’s Prize

Pedro Luis Ajuriaguerra Saiz/CIOB

Art comes in many shapes and sizes, whether it’s visual, aural or experiential, digital or physical, written or drawn—the list can be as extensive as human imagination and ambition is. Continue reading »

Artist Spent Over 4 Years Illustrating Dante’s Inferno On Violins

According to Leonardo Frigo: “Hello, my name is Leonardo Frigo and I am a London-based artist. I illustrate biographies and stories on musical instruments such as violins and cellos. “Dante Alighieri – Inferno” is a project in progress for more than four years, conceived and developed by me.” Continue reading »

Sculpted Meals So Beautiful That You’ll Starve Rather Than Disturb Them

Well, I might go hungry for a little while. I’d certainly miss a meal rather than mess up these garlic mashed potatoes with chili sauce that take the form of the Joker under the expertise of De Meal Prepper, a Dutch food artist. She’s a master at turning foods into edible works of art worthy of being served in a museum restaurant. Continue reading »

A Memory, A Feeling: The Superb Digital Concept Artworks Of David Benzal

Many times we watch TV series and animation films, or play video games without thinking about how they could have been done. What hides behind every smile drawn or every look that, drawn with perfectly demarcated lines, overflows humanity, making us feel completely identified. Continue reading »

Thomas Lamadieu Creates Whimsical Art Where The Building Rooftops Frame The Sky

French artist Thomas Lamadieu, also know as Roots Art, must really love looking at the sky. Every time he looks up, Thomas sees a potential canvas where the building rooftops frame the sky. He photographs it and uses the odd sky shapes to create whimsical line drawings. Continue reading »

Artist Celebrates Japanese Art And Culture With Strong And Beautiful Women Illustrations

Born in Chiba prefecture, illustrator and graphic designer Nadesico Rin’s style focuses on more traditional aspects of Japanese art and culture. On her official website, she cites a love for Japanese art and culture, the aesthetic of which has raised her and led her to the focus of her artwork. Continue reading »

Everyone I Love Is Dead: The Superb Dark Fantasy And Horror Art Works Of Piotr Foksowicz

Piotr Foksowicz is a concept artist and illustrator from Wroclaw, Poland. His work is mainly sci-fi art that focuses on post apocalyptic environments as well as exceptionally detailed character and cover designs for publisher Fabryka Słów. Continue reading »

Ukrainian Makeup Artist Is Blowing Minds With Her Stunning Lip Art

This makeup artist is blowing minds with her stunning lip art. The incredible designs are 3D and include seashells, seashores, fruit, chocolate, pizza and even animals. The artist, Tutushka from Nikolaev, Ukraine, has been a professional makeup artist for 15 years and started her journey into makeup art by winning a lipstick-art contest. Tutushka has amassed thousands of likes on her pictures and has almost hit 50,000 followers by sharing her creative designs. Continue reading »

Become A Poop Art Picasso Japan’s PooPaint Toilet Paper

Children in Japan already have a poop museum to learn about how cute poop can be, but now they have a potty training alternative with some artistic incentive in PooPaint–a toilet paper that encourages you to make art with your poop! Continue reading »

Someone Created A Funny Guide On How To Recognize Famous Painters And It’s Surprisingly Accurate

If Everyone – Including The Women – Looks Like Putin, Then It’s Van Eyck

If you’re not a big fan of classical art, you’d probably have a hard time pointing out what artist painted a certain painting. Well, your days of guessing are finally over – someone created a handy, albeit pretty hilarious, guide on how to recognize famous painters by their paintings and it’s surprisingly accurate. Continue reading »

Better Batman Than You: The Superb Comic Illustrations By The Malaysian Artist Kael Ngu

Kael Ngu is a Concept Artist and Illustrator who resides in Malaysia, currently working as a freelancer. The artist is relatively new to the business but his amazing talent has already taken him far. Continue reading »

Artist Emmanuelle Moureaux Creates A Colorful Installation Made Of 140,000 Pieces Of Paper

Tokyo-based French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux recently hung 140,000 pieces of paper from the ceiling to create rainbow passageways in celebration of a Japanese soft drink company’s centennial. Each piece of paper is cut in the form of a symbol from the Japanese writing system, hiragana. The colorful installation, titled “Universe of Words,” opened this summer during the Tanabata Festival and was inspired by the tradition of writing wishes on paper and hanging them from bamboo branches. Continue reading »