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The Superb Melancholic and Surreal Artworks of Victor Sillue


Victor Sillue’s artistry weaves a captivating tapestry, intertwining the simplicity of minimalism, the intrigue of enigma, and the awe-inspiring potency of 3D to craft beguiling realms beyond our own. Continue reading »

An Artist Paints Stunning Melancholic Cityscapes of Her Hometown


Sasha Volodina, an artist from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, raises the aesthetics of the urban landscape to a new level. By happy coincidence, the editorial team was lucky enough to get to her studio as part of a tour and talk to her in person for a while. Continue reading »

Grandpa’s Life: Cozy and Melancholic Paintings by Gary Bunt


Gary Bunt is a British artist who paints the life of a simple English grandfather. This grandfather works on a farm, takes walks, and occasionally picks at the garage – that’s how he lives.

Bunt’s paintings are cozy, though somewhat sad – a kind of nostalgia for something unfulfilled. Continue reading »

“Shadows”: The Superb Cinematic, Dark and Melancholic Photoworks of Kaiwan Shaban

Kaiwan Shaban, Born and raised in the city of Akre in the Kurdistan region, a 22 years old digital artist, and internationally published photographer and filmmaker. Continue reading »

The Mysterious and Melancholic Photo Works of Tobi Schnorpeil

German filmmaker and art director Tobi Schnorpeil posts on Instagram melancholic triptychs. By scrolling through his account, we dive into a mysterious world – a theatrical stage from where anonymous silhouettes and fantastic stories emerge. Continue reading »

The Ordinary Life of Anubis, a God of Death, in Melancholic Illustrations by Joanna Karpowicz

There’s a mystery in each of these intriguing paintings, pulling you into their depths. The figure of Anubis seems to be an outsider waiting to participate in each painting’s story – like yourself as an observer of the image. Continue reading »

Photographer Mike Meyers Captures Melancholic Mood Of Chicago In Dark Photos

Chicago photographer Mike Meyers shot some amazing views of the windy city this winter, capturing unusual ice patterns on Lake Michigan, trains blasting through snow, and skyscrapers swallowed by clouds. Continue reading »