19 Times People Took An Ordinary Photo And Got A Renaissance Masterpiece

“My friends and I got lost in the city during 90 degree weather. This photo was taken after we finally found some good air conditioning.”

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Sometimes it happens that you just push the button of your camera but eventually you get something similar to the paintings of the famous Italian artists. In order to share photos like that, Reddit users even created a special community called Accidental Renaissance. Continue reading »

“Wild Masterpieces”: These Glamour Shots Of Animals Are Beautiful!

Who knew your pet could get any more majestic? With Wild Masterpieces online photo tool you can create a glamour shot of your pet that would look similar to the beautiful creatures featured below. Continue reading »

This Artist Offers Piles Of Burgers To The Masterpieces Of Painting

With The Burger Friday, the artist Gabriel Nardelli Araujo (previously featured) offers a very offbeat spin-off to his excellent series The Canvas Project. Accustomed to inserting Renaissance paintings into our reality, he now enjoys offering piles of burgers and fries to the characters of classical painting, bringing a large dose of saturated fats and junk food to the masterpieces of the art history. Continue reading »

This Ukrainian Photographer Captures A Fairytale Photo Masterpieces

“Perfection” describes these amazing photo works of a young Ukrainian artist Chervona Vorona. She is a very talented photographer who really knows how to turn all your dreams into reality. Her fairy tale retouch is magnificent and flawless. It’s impossible not to fall in love with her pictures. Enchanting, inspiring and imaginative! Continue reading »

Tattoo Artist Andrea Raudino Creates A Masterpieces Inspired By The Japan And Pop Culture

A selection of the striking tattoos of the Italian artist Andrea Raudino, aka Nemo, based in Florence. Some amazing creations strongly inspired by Japanese aesthetics and filled with references to pop culture. Continue reading »

These Ink-Redible, Explosive Masterpieces Are Like Say-What-You See Inkblots Tests Only In Water

The vibrant colors burst from Brian Tomlinson’s works, appearing as though they may be coloured ash clouds from an erupting volcano, rather than simply everyday substances. By doing so, Brian challenges viewers to identify what images can be imagined when mixing one fluid with another. In order to shoot the series, entitled Liquid Ink Art, Brain drops different coloured inks into a fish tank full of water before capturing high-speed shots with a flash. Continue reading »

An Artist Paints Tiny Masterpieces Inside Her Empty Altoids Tins

Two years ago, Heidi Annalise quit her government job in Washington DC and returned to her home state of Colorado to paint– out of handheld mint cans. She spends most of her days “frolicking in meadows” and painting the wilderness and has since managed to rack up an Instagram following of more than 50K with her adorable Altoids painting kits, living quite happily off her miniature craft. She’s basically a character straight out of Wes Anderson’s mind. Continue reading »

This Instagrammer Perfectly Matches Her Outfits With Art Masterpieces

In 2010, a social media manager combined her painting skills with her ability to design and construct clothing. The result was Artfully Awear, a website and a social media account that highlights Ariel Adkins’ ability to make clothing inspired by art. So far, Adkins has featured an impressive hand-painted dress inspired by Vasily Kandinsky’s Composition 8, a polka-dotted jumpsuit inspired by Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors, and a long white jacket colorfully accented with multicolored sheafs inspired by Henri Matisse’s large-scale ceramic, La Gerbe. Continue reading »

Colorful Makeup Masterpieces Inspired By Japanese Pop Art

The school Make Up For Ever Academy planned a contest between the students in body art option, which consisted in re-interpreting the artworks of Murakami. These students adapted the pop, kawaii and colorful codes of the artist, through a face painting that goes beyond the simple art of makeup and creates a canvas on a face. The result is bluffing. Discover through Clovis Lalanne’s pictures. Continue reading »

Photo Masterpieces Of The Red Bull Illume Photo Awards 2016

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Athlete: Senad Grosic Location: Gablenz, Germany. Image is from the Red Bull Illume Image Quest 2016 contest. Lorenz Holder is the overall winner of the contest. (Photo by Lorenz Holder/Red Bull Illume) Continue reading »

Eyes Wide Open: Stunning Street Art Masterpieces By Nikita Nomerz

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Nizhny Novgorod based street artist Nikita Nomerz creates amazing art works in different parts of Russia, which are interacting with the environment and bringing emotions to otherwise dull architecture. Architectural elements, window and cracks on the object become startlingly impressive artworks. “When you are doing street art, you create a dialogue with passersby, architecture, nature and with other artists.” His graffiti have been featured in major art publications all over the world. Continue reading »

Let’s Enter A New World: Photography Masterpieces Of Vitas Luckus

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Vitas Luckus was born on May 29, 1943 in Kaunas, Lithuania. At the age of eighteen, after graduating with a degree in drawing and painting, his parents gave him an AGFA camera, which initiated his fascination in photography. In the following years he developed a great interest in art photography and became a member of the Kaunas Photo Club, to which he was elected president a few years later. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Minimalist Masterpieces Out Of Food, Then Eats Them

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Sydney-based artist Danling Xiao makes art out of edible materials, then devours them when she’s done. She calls it “eat-your-own-art”. Continue reading »

Street Art Masterpieces Around The World

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People pass a new mural depicting Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II spray painted onto an external wall of a house in south-east London, Britain, 16 May 2016. The artwork is created by Banksy-style street painter “Catman”. (Photo by Hannah Mckay/EPA) Continue reading »

Once Upon A Canvas: Exploring Fairy Tale Masterpieces By Ivan Bilibin

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Ivan Bilibin was born in 1876 in St. Petersburg, Russia. His first inspiration for illustrating fairy tales came from the Russian folktales he was told growing up. He also had a great love for the remote Russian countryside, and incorporated the Russian landscape into many of his illustrations. Continue reading »