“Your Lost Memories”: Sensual And Dreamy Paintings By Andrei Zadorine

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The Belarusian professional artist Andrei Zadorine was born in Beryozovka in 1960. Being inspired by the childhood, Andrei combines imagination and reality and captures it on his magnificent paintings which evoke fond memories of old days. Continue reading »

These Stunning Underwater Paintings By Isabel Emrich Will Take Your Breath Away

Isabel Emrich works in an Expressionistic style that straddles both abstraction and figuration. Her brushwork is both strong and fluid – qualities that echo the nature of water, itself. With zeal, Emrich captures the ‘special effects’ water presents to the eye: chaotic refractions in multi-planar space, sparkling light effects, distorted shadows, rippled reflections, etc. – much of it in thick impasto paint, contrasted by passages of smooth vitality. Continue reading »

“To Live For My Death”: The Deadliest, Badass & Nightmare Creatures Of Antonio José Manzanedo

The dark and macabre fantasy paintings of digital artist Antonio José Manzanedo (previously), a concept designer and illustrator based in Spain. Continue reading »

Designer From St. Petersburg Perfectly “Revives” Heroes Of Classical Paintings In A Small Animations With A Modern Twist

Designer Leila Darchieva became famous in the Instagram due to her funny and spectacular creations. She turns famous art works into a small musical animations with a modern twist. Continue reading »

Russian Artist Pepelangelo Turns Pepe The Frog Into Masterpiece Paintings

“Welcome to Pepelangelo – an exclusive place for the oil paintings of Pepe the Frog in the entire world! I am Olga Vishnevsky and I am the artist behind these Pepe paintings.” Continue reading »

Ukrainian Artist Oleg Shuplyak Hidden Figure Paintings Are Breathtaking Optical Illusions

Ukranian architect Oleg Shuplyak designs buildings for a living, but MrOlik, his pseudonym, creates paintings that are a world of their own.

With an architect’s eye for detail and structure, Shuplyak’s paintings are also highly inventive optical illusions that double as portraits of other artists and historical figures. His primary technique, which he’s been refining since 1992, masks portraits within larger depictions of figures and landscapes. What looks like a woman seated in front of a table with a white tablecloth up close can also be seen as a portrait of Salvador Dali from afar. Continue reading »

6 Pics That Show What Happened ‘Behind The Scenes’ Of Famous Paintings

Probably anyone can agree that classic famous paintings by Leonardo Da Vinci or Pablo Piccaso will always be among some of the most appreciated art pieces in history. After all, who doesn’t know “Mona Lisa”? Fun fact: over 6 million people visit this famous painting at the Louvre each year! Continue reading »

This Artist’s Paintings Are So Realistic, You’ll Probably Think They Are Photos

Kamalky Laureano is a Dominican artist currently based in Mexico City. He creates incredibly realistic paintings of people and once you see them, you’ll quickly understand how they might be mistaken for photographs. Continue reading »

Josh Keyes’ New Paintings Of Post-Apocalyptic World

Portland-based artist Josh Keyes paints hyperrealistic paintings of what he perceives the world may look like after the fall of humans. Animals such as sharks, tigers, and bulls remain as the last witnesses to the aftermath of individual destruction–observing blazing fires, investigating displaced industrial items, and swimming amongst melted ice caps. Monuments and statues also remain in this post-apocalyptic world, like in the artist’s recent painting Siren, which observes a graffiti-covered angel with a horn being splashed with the sea’s high tide. Continue reading »

“Last Breath”: Amazing Dark Horror, Bizarre And Nightmare Paintings By Oleg Vdovenko

Science fiction horrors from the depths of Russian artist Oleg Vdovenko’s imagination. Continue reading »

These People Recreated 50 Famous Artworks And Some Might Be Better Than The Originals

“Take a photo of the Rembrandt type” is an ongoing project on vk.com, where people submit their own recreations of famous artworks. So far, over 300 submissions were made and they range from realistic to downright hilarious. The project isn’t limited to just Rembrandt – you’ll see the recreated artworks of Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Johannes Vermeer and many more. Check them out in the gallery below! Continue reading »

If Famous Faces From Classical Paintings Discovered Selfies

Portrait Of An Unknown Woman – Ivan Kramskoy, 1883

In “Classicool” the subjects of the paintings abandon their classical pose and take over the canvas to literally “paint themselves”. Some of the most famous classical portraits and self-portraits in the world are reborn within the digital ecosystem of social networks. Continue reading »

Oil Paintings By Clive Head Layer Gestures To Express The Passage Of Time

British artist Clive Head captures the complex beauty of everyday movements in his dizzying oil paintings. His long career has seen a dramatic evolution of his style, from early work in the tradition of Realism to more recent math-inspired works. Head first gained prominence in the 1990s for his Realist urban landscapes, but began to experiment with spatial mathematics in the 2000’s, sparking his current intuitive style. Continue reading »

Canadian Artist Draws Pictures That Are As Warm As A Cup Of Hot Chocolate

One of the most popular artists in Canada, Richard Savoie, draws pictures that are literally full of feelings of winter. His works are in many private collections all around the world. Richard didn’t plan to draw pictures professionally until he tried it and loved it. And now we can enjoy his warm and beautiful paintings. Continue reading »

Beautiful Painting On Trees By Eugeniya Dudnikova

Eugeniya Dudnikova is a Russian painter who realized a project mixing street art and painting, entitled “Painting on trees”. Inspired by the surrounding landscapes, the project was realized in different cities and suburbs, in the middle of parks and forests. Introduced directly into the trunk of the trees, the pastel-colored paintings provides a contrast to the moody and melancholy atmosphere brought by the autumn season. Continue reading »