Digital artist Varkey makes brilliant art mashups and collages which connect classical artworks and pop culture. This creator started his art journey during the covid lockdowns and has found success on Instagram where he shares his works.
He has accumulated more than ten thousand followers from around the world. Continue reading »
People of status always dominated in portraits, not only because of their elevated social rank but also because it cost a fortune to commission a painting. Nowadays, however, there are millions of cheaper and faster ways to immortalize one’s image, making portrait paintings a somewhat unnecessary medium. Continue reading »
Users of social networks decided to make famous works of Russian painters more positive and added white smiles to their portraits by means of a popular addition. Let us check out what they got. Continue reading »
Artist, Designer and Activist Sebastian Errazuriz has received international acclaim for his original and provocative works on a variety of areas and disciplines. Tackling everything from political artworks to giant public art projects, experimental furniture to product design and women’s shoes to motorcycles. His work is always surprising and compelling, inviting the viewer to look again at realities that were often hidden in front of their own eyes. Continue reading »
According to an artist Márton Neményi: “My name is Márton Neményi, I’m a Hungary-based photojournalist who didn’t miss Europe’s Burning Man, the Sziget Festival, but according to my vision, this year the Hungarian party island needed a fine twist. Continue reading »
Classical art is beautiful to look at, but some of us have a hard time relating to it. A digital artist on Tumblr named Lothlenan is changing that by turning some of fine art’s most timeless pieces into geeky fantasy settings. Continue reading »
Ukrainian creative Alexey Kondakov (previously) decontextualizes Renaissance masterpieces’ characters and stages them in contemporary decors. Using meticulous photomontage techniques and modifying the appearance of the photo, muses, angles and others figures are perfectly in compliance with their new environment: Naples. Continue reading »
According to Eisen Bernardo (previously): “I mixed popular logos with classical paintings. Each of the juxtapositions has images depicting the same object but done in different styles. They are parallel images but not communicating the same message. An examination of art and capitalism; of expression and function; of personal and corporate. Logo+Art is an offshoot of my Mag+Art Project.” Continue reading »
This is a designer world more wondrous than the world of art. The Russian photographer Marina Danilova created this gorgeous fashion photography series featuring a model dressed in fantastic custom dresses with intricate details similar to fine arts. The vibrant gowns look very festive, like they are going to be worn at a first-class ball. You will definitely get noticed when you wear one of the masterpieces. The dresses were captured on camera as part of a teamwork done by seven people, in the studio of Nikas Safronov in Moscow, Russia. Continue reading »
During his semester abroad in London, Brazilian student and artist Gabriel Nardelli Araujo was searching for a way to document his sojourn in a way that combined his passions for architecture, photography and travel. With that in mind, the “Canvas Project” was born— a series of digital collages that transposes figures from classical paintings into photographs of modern environments. Continue reading »
Sanja Jankovic comes from Novi Sad in Serbia, where she teaches art and painting everyday. But she also dedicates herself to this activity as a passion in parallel to her job and often publishes works that retake famous pictures. Nevertheless, these are not made with watercolour but with red wine. Continue reading »
Irish artist Ted Pim takes his inspiration from European painters from the Renaissance and uses his talent to create art out of the frame and out museums. He spends days alone creating his artwork, armed with a mixture of paints, industrial torches and a camera to question the notion of beauty. Wonderful creations to discover below. Continue reading »
For his ongoing series “Art History in Contemporary Life,” Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov takes scenes and figures lifted from classical paintings and drops them into modern-day life. Bouguereau’s ‘Song of the Angels’ appears to take place on an empty subway car while a pair of men from Holbein’s famous ‘The Ambassadors’ are transported to the table of a seedy bar. Continue reading »
When French artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca visited the Louvre, there was one lonely girl that caught his eye; that girl, portrayed in a lonely painting in a forgotten corner, inspired him to help forgotten paintings like her live a second life. He took a picture of her, pasted her up in the street, and the Outings street art project was born.
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