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Alex Konahin illustrates intricate insects out of ink. What I find really stunning about his work is that it looks like something out of a medieval book.
Alex Konahin: Intricate Ink Insects
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When people hear "coffee art," people often think of drawings on coffee but Giulia Bernardelli takes a different approach on it.
Giulia Bernardelli: Spilt Coffee Art
Join me for an exclusive opportunity to view a major show of my paintings titled “The Ocean Series,” in Mission Bay at the UCSF Sandler Neuroscience building.
"The Ocean Series" New paintings by Marius Starkey on ehibit at Gallery 190 UCSF Mission Bay
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An artist who goes by the name of Ponypork has created a portrait series of himself creating art. Well, more like a photo of his hands busy at work, creating something new.
Ponypork: The Artistic Process
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Many fairytales take place in the woods where towering trees fill the land.
Duncan Meerding: Illuminating Log Lamps
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The other day my sister bought me the cutest little succulent that came in a standard plastic pot and I've been searching for a better pot for my plant ever since.
Priscilla Ramos: Cute Animal Pots
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Kjetil Nordin spent about 800 hours over 6 years crocheting a Super Mario blanket. Talk about dedication. It took about 100 balls of yarn to create the approximately 7 x 6 feet blanket.
Kjetil Nordin: Super Mario Crochet Blanket
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I absolutely love Shamekh Bluwi's creative fashion sketches that literally change wherever you take them.
Shamekh Bluwi: Fashion Sketch Cutouts
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Emerico Imre Toth creates impactful paintings of anonymous women dressed in red clothing.
Emerico Imre Toth: Woman in Red Paintings
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Javier Arizabalo creates hyperrealistic paintings of human subjects that I honestly sometimes wonder if I'm looking at his actual paintings or his reference photos.
Javier Arizabalo: Hyperrealistic Human Paintings
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Private designer or artist work Space Studio space now available in the Jingletown Art Studios, Oakland.
Studio Space in Oakland
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I've made a few posts before about food art, but I can't get enough!
Ida Skivenes: Playful Food Art
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Parents Lilly & Leon Mackie decided to have some fun and make some unforgettable moments with their son Orson.
Lilly & Leon Mackie: Cardboard Box Office
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Gijs and Van Vaerenbergh teamed up to create a project titled "Reading Between the Lines." The two architects sought to create structures in public spaces with artistic designs.
Gijs Van Vaerenbergh: Reading Between the Lines
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When I hear of wall murals, I often think of walls of buildings... typically on land. Sometimes people cover the entire building side with a painting, which sometimes requires a ladder or crane.
Sean Yoro: Seaside Wall Murals
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If you're a fan of Marvel or DC, this will be your kind of art. Brian Reedy creates these awesome pieces of woodcut art featuring numerous superheroes from Wolverine to Superman.
Brian Reedy: Superhero Woodcut Art
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Sofafy captures clever photos of the tiny Lego figures interacting with daily life items.
Sofafy: Clever Lego Photography
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Willy Verginer creates wooden human sculptures and his personal touch is that he paints certain portions of his sculptures in different colors.
Willy Verginer: Color Block Wooden Sculptures
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Simon Stalenhag creates illustrations that depict what the future may look like with high technology integrated into our world. His drawings look like something out of a sci-fi movie.
Simon Stalenhag: Into the Future
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Skarphedinn Thrainsson goes to extreme lengths to take thrilling photos of volcanos. With volcanic ash flying through the air our thunder lighting up the sky, his photos evoke wonder.
Skarphedinn Thrainsson: Intense Volcano Photos
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Bec Winnel creates stunning portrait illustrations of women as the subject gazes directly at the viewer.
Bec Winnel: Striking Female Portrait Illustrations
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Back in the day, sometimes I used to get bored at class and whittle away at my pencil (back when people didn't used wooden pencils, not mechanical ones).
Tom Lynall: Carving Into Pencils
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Grizzler is a "phodographer," a dog who takes photos.
Grizzler: The World's First "Phodographer"
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Dalip Singh and his team at McCann World Group India seeks to raise awareness on the dichotomous nature of our planet, where people and civilization thrive at the expense of destructing nature.
Dalip Singh: Life and Destruction on Planet Earth
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Artist James Haggerty often created paintings, but when his wife was expecting, he decided to look for a healthier alternative to creating art as he was concerned that the fumes of paint would affe
James Haggerty: Star Wars Staple Mosaics
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When you think of balloon animals, you often think of children begging their parents for them at carnivals.
Masayoshi Matsumoto: The Art of Balloon Animals
Exhibition: PRINT – PAPER – PASTE Artists: Javier Chalini, Dilcia Giron, Sylvia Vientulis, Linda Masotti Location: SMAart Gallery & Studio, 1045 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA 94109
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Everyone's invited to my annual studio show and sale. Hope to see you there! Ellen OPEN STUDIO Ellen Dreibelbis Paintings, Pastels, Watercolors, Oils, Prints, Art Bargains
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As a lover of avocados, there was no way I could pass up on writing about this great piece of art I found while browsing through my news.
Hanna Dovahan: Avocado Love
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In Japan, there is a thousand year long tradition of making realistic animal lollipops called "Amezaiku." That may seem like putting in a lot of effort for a confection usually made for c
Shinri Tezuka: Realistic Animal Lollipops
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Kendra Haste creates awe-inspiring life-sized animal sculptures out of galvanized wire. She layers the wire on top of painted wire to create her majestic sculptures.
Kendra Haste: Majestic Galvanized Wire Animal Sculptures
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Katie Rodgers began watercolor painting since she was young and it has now blown into a full-fledged career for her.
Katie Rodgers: Paper Fashion
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In fashion, people don't seem to think too much about t-shirts.
Chow Hon Lam: T-shirt Designs
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Lukasz Wierzbowki takes photos of women in a variety of ordinary places, yet through colors and composition, it seems like the women fit perfectly into background.
Lukasz Wierzbowki: Fascinatingly Seamless Photos of Subject and Background
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Lieke van der Vorst creates a series of adorable illustrations featuring bears.
Lieke van der Vorst: Adorable Bear Illutrations
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Sam Scholes takes stunning photos of ice castles created by Brent Christensen and his team. You may recognize the ice castles from the viral video of the Africanized tribal rendition of Let It Go.
Sam Scholes: Ice Castle
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Ellen June creates whimsical animal structures that incorporates natural elements or mechanical elements.
Ellen June: Whimsical Animal Sculptures
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Apparently, I'm behind and there's a term for photography taken with an iPhone which is mobile photography/ iPhoneography.
Ali Jardine: Mobile Photography/iPhoneography
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Kilian Schonberger may be colorblind, but he didn't let that stop him from pursuing a career in photography and excelling at it.
Colorblind Photographer Kilian Schonberger Captures Amazing Landscape Photos
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Japanese photographer Wacamera captures stunning photos of silhouettes cast upon her subjects in delightful situations.
Wacamera: Silhouette Photography
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In a four-year series, Marcin Sobias takes stunning photos of the skies in Poland.
Marcin Sobas: The Skies of Poland
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Back again with another artist who creates one of my favorite types of artwork: perspective drawing! Kristian Mensa creates illustrations that interact with 3D objects.
Kristian Mensa: It's All a Matter of Perspective
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Marion Luttenberger teamed up with his friend Bryony Crane for Goodforks and created unique food designs that have a clean, sleek look to the images.
Marion Luttenberger: Creative Food Designs
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Nick Pedersen creates a series titled "Sumeru," in which a man travels on a metaphorical, contemplative journey in Zen Buddhism.
Nick Pedersen: Sumeru
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Su Ami is a family of 5 artists who crochet tiny, but incredibly detailed crochet animals.
Su Ami: Adorable Crochet Animals that Can Sit on Your Fingertip
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Perhaps this might be the most disturbing art series I've seen all year.
Gehard Demetz: Lifelike Wooden Sculptures
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In 2007, Wendy Tsao created a plushie version of her son's drawing. Her son was so excited to see his drawing literally in his hands.
Wendy Tsao: Turning Children's Drawings into Plushies
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After graduating high school, Liu Kai worked as a farmer and migrant worker.
Liu Kai: Ballpoint Drawings
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Sometimes you see something and you like it as is, but for whatever reason, the even smaller version just seems cuter. For example, dogs? Cute. Miniature dogs? Super cute.
Sabine Timm: Miniature Sculptures
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An artist who goes by the name "Huskmitnavn" illustrates amazing drawings on paper, but what's more, he manipulates the paper to show various dimensions and perspectives to his illust
Huskmitnavn: Folding Paper Drawings
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Mike Doyle creates incredible Victorian lego sculptures with a notable grand, dark vibe. The spooky buildings look like they came straight out of a horror movie.
Mike Doyle: Victorian Lego Sculptures
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San Francisco artist Jeremy Mann paints cityscapes that seem to incorporate the typical rainy, overcast San Franciscan weather.
Jeremy Mann: Cityscape Paintings
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Back with another doll post! I never imagined that I would write this much about dolls, as I grew up being kind of creeped out by them.
Virginie Ropars: Mystical Dolls
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Marina Bychkova creates enchanting dolls with mesmerizing eyes. Something about their eyes look beautiful, yet sorrowful.
Marina Bychkova: Enchanting Dolls
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MJ Da Luz transforms watercolor blots into beautiful dresses worn by little girls. The girls seem to be blissfully twirling their dresses.
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Myriam Dion takes pages from newspapers and makes hundreds of incisions to create lace-like paper art.
Myriam Dion: Delicate Cut Newspaper Art
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Polly Fern Sergeant paints beautiful illustrations of everything nature-related from flower and birds to insects and vegetables.
Polly Fern Sergeant: Endearing Nature and Wildlife Paintings
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I love it when artists exercise their creativity by taking ordinary objects and looking at them in a different perspective by turning them into something else and incorporating it into their illust
Christoph Niemann: Clever Illustrations Incorporating Ordinary Objects
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Pablo Jurado Ruiz displays his pointillism skills, creating drawings made of thousands of dots.
Pablo Jurado Ruiz: Drawing with Thousands of Dots