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Ginny Grayson creates impressive sketches of people in various situations doing ordinary things.
Ginny Grayson: Human Sketches
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Mihaela traveled all over the world to 37 different countries to photograph different kinds of beauty.
Mihaela Noroc: Atlas of Beauty
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Ben Young creates sculptures out of layered glass, primarily creating waves and water.
Ben Young: Layered Glass Sculpture
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David Oliveira creates these amazing wire sculptures that look like scribbles.
David Oliveira: Scribbled Wire Sculptures
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Russian photographer Vadium Trunov captures photos of squirrels playing with each other in the snow.
Vadim Trunov: Squirrels Playing in the Snow
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Nils Udo has been an environmentalist artist since the 1960s, beginning with painting.
Nils Udo: Ecologic Art
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Kevin Beilfuss paints beautiful portraits using an array of lively colors. My favorite painting done by him is of the woman wearing a white dress, peacefully floating in water.
Kevin Beilfuss: Beautiful Portraits
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Each of Nicole Gustafsson's works features some sort of little adventure and I'm just head over heels in love with her work. I'm not even sure where to begin in describing her art.
Nicole Gustafsson: Little Adventures
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Personally, I absolutely love montages, as I love seeing how all the little pieces fit together to form a greater whole.
Molly Hatch: Painted Ceramic Plate Installation
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Yener Torun is an architect and photographer who takes photos of colorful, eye-popping architecture in Istanbul.
Yener Torun: Colorful, Eye-popping Architecture
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Martin Tomsky laser cuts wood in multiple layers, creating depth and adding intricacy to his cartoon-esque woodwork.
Martin Tomsky: Laser Cutting Wood
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Gilbert Legrand exercises his creativity through his unique works of art, as he recreates everyday objects.
Gilbert Legrand: Recreating Everyday Object
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Usually when you receive a jewelry box, you expect to open it and find jewelry inside (hence the name, right?) But if you were to receive one from Talwst, you'll get an entirely different, yet
Talwst: Jewelry Box Dioramas
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Sometimes I consider decorating my house for Halloween, but I can't bear to buy those cheap Halloween decorations that are made of plastic.
Kate MacDowell: Haunting Porcelain Sculptures
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Dylan Collard features his masterful use of lighting by casting various shadows in his images, creating haunting photos.
Dylan Collard: Haunting Photos
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Ramon Bruin sketches these really awesome drawings of 3D images, ranging from ordinary items like glasses to animals like scorpions.
Ramon Bruin: 3D Pencil Drawings
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Despite not receiving formal training in photography or photo editing, Erik Johansson has honed his impressive ability to take photos and manipulate the impossible into reality through his work.
Erik Johansson: Making the Impossible Real
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John Bramblitts is an artist who lost his sight in 2001 due to epilepsy.
John Bramblitt: Painting Without Sight
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I'm obsessed with plants, so I'm always interested in checking out an artist who uses them as part of their work.
Bridget Beth Collins: Botanical Art
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Johan Thornqvist takes photos with his phone and adds a quirky touch to them by illustrating people into the photos.
Johan Thornqvist: Illustrating Photography
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Michihiro Matsuoka creates amazing steampunk sculptures, fusing animals with metal.
Michihiro Matsuoka: Steampunk Sculptures
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Daisuke Takakura created one of my favorite photo series earlier this year with "Monodramatic." It includes a variety of photos that feature multiple clones of a person doing various thin
Daisuke Takakura: Monodramatic
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Jason de Graaf creates awe-inspiring hyperrealistic paintings that make it hard to believe they're not photographs.
Jason de Graaf: Hyperrealistic Paintings
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Street artist Julien Seth Malland also known as the "Globepainter" as he has traveled all over the world, painting various building walls with his colorful creations.
Julien Seth Malland: Globepainter
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I feel like I tend to make a lot of posts about China photography, but I think it's really interesting to see all the different takes people have on the huge nation through photography.
Bernardo & Tomas Medina: A Look at China
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Josef Hoflehner takes stunning black and white photos of China showcasing the country's landscape, landmarks and architecture.
Josef Hoflehner: China
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Whether you have heard of Steve McCurry or not, you have definitely seen his work before.
Steve McCurry: Captivating Portrait Photography
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Jeremy Jackson's light paintings look like a raver's dream. Swirls of bright, neon colors spark throughout the shot, as if fireworks have been brought down to land level.
Jeremy Jackson: Light Painting Photography
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John Holcroft's satirical artwork is some of the best that's out there and it really makes you question some things about life.
John Holcroft: Satirical Art
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In 1949, photographer Gjon Mili met up with Pablo Picasso in South France.
Picasso's Light Paintings
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Hsiao Ron Cheng is a Taiwanese illustrator who draws delicate portraits in soft pastel colors. Her portraits often feature flowers in the background, making her work look all the more ethereal.
Hsiao Ron Cheng: Elegant Portrait Illustrations
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Photographer Enric Adrian also known as 27mm takes intriguing photos of people exploring the depths of the blue ocean. His photos often are composed in the cool colors of black, white and blue.
Enric Adrian Gener: Underwater Photography
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Yayoi Kusama is one of the world's most recognizable contemporary pop art artists, well known for her prominent use of colorful dots in her work.
Yayoi Kusama: Queen of Dots
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Radu Zaciu turns fruits and vegetables into lamps by inserting light bulbs and using the foods' skin as a shade to soften the light.
Radu Zaciu: Illuminating Fruits & Vegetables
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The Djerbahood project recruited 100 artists from 30 countries to travel to the Erriadh Village on Djerba Island to paint the buildings and fill the streets with art.
Djerbahood Project: Transforming Tunisian Neighborhoods
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Andrea Russo has an incredibly unique paper folding style, in which his work often doesn't even look it's made from paper, but rather some hard material.
Andrea Russo: Origami Like You've Never Seen it Before
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I'm still in awe from having discovered Marc Adamus' landscape photography, so you'll have to forgive me for my lack of articulateness right now.
Marc Adamus: Breathtaking Landscape Photography
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Designer Haris Jusovic creates chairs inspired by everyday items and food. He reimagines chairs in a completely new and fresh way, making them look nothing like ordinary.
Haris Jusovic: High Heel Seats
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Xyza Cruz Bacani is a Filipina woman working as a nanny in Hong Kong. However, she's not only a talented caretaker, but photographer as well.
Xyza Cruz Bacani: Hong Kong Nanny Photographer
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Michael Parkes is a renowned artist creating brilliant pieces of magic realism. This art style combines realism with whimsical, fantasy-inspired subjects.
Michael Parkes: Magic Realism
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In an earlier blog post I wrote about Lang Jingshan, who was well-known for his artwork of creating Chinese landscape painting-like photographs.
Don Hong-Oai: Painting-like Photography of China and Vietnam
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Andrea Minini created a series titled "Animals in Moire," in which he creates animal illustrations out of moire patterns.
Andrea Minini: Moire Patterned Animals
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For its new "Chocolatexture" collection, Nendo creates 9 pieces of chocolate that are made from the exact same ingredients, but made in different shapes
Chocolatexture: Altering Taste Through Texture
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Brian Stonehouse's artistic talent is simply incredible, but so is his tale going from war spy to top fashion illustrator. Born in 1918, Stonehouse grew up in England and France.
Brian Stonehouse: From War Spy to Top Fashion Illustrator
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An art teacher who goes by "Nate" tries to inspire his students that intricate art can be made with simple materials: chalk and a chalkboard.
Teachers Illustrate Chalkboard Drawings to Inspire Students
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I came across Endre Penovac's work recently and I immediately fell in love with it.
Endre Penovac: Watercolor Cats Bleeding into Paper
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Attics are usually dusty and filled with random junk that hasn't seen the day of light in ages, so nobody really ever wants to go up there.
Daniela Majic: The Secret Garden
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I don't think I have yet to write about the same artist twice, but there's a first for everything!
Jan von Holleben: Dreams of Flying
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Jane Long takes Romanina war photographer Costica Acsinte's glass-plate photos and photoshops the subjects into different situations and adds colors to the photos, giving the photos a new feeli
Jane Long: Adding Color to Historic Glass-Plate Photo
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Chris Buckard takes breathtaking landscape photos that highlight the world's beauty.
Chris Buckard: Breathtaking Landscape Photography
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Children have this wide-eyed, pure innocence to them as is, but photographer Karina Kiel takes children to a magical world through her artwork.
Karina Kiel: Whimsical Children Photography
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In 2013, Do Ho Suh created a transparent fabric house within a museum in Korea. It wasn't just a miniature model, but a reproduction of a three-story town house.
Do Ho Suh: Home Within a Home
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Many people often decorate their homes with libraries, despite not reading books often.
Guy Laramee: Sculpting Books into Landscapes
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Abstract expressionism. What is that exactly? It's an art movement that occurred after World War II in America.
Mark Rothko: Abstract Expressionism
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The late Lang Jingshan was an incredible artist who draws upon traditional Chinese landscape paintings and combines it with modern photographic techniques to create composite pictures.
Lang Jingshan: The Collision of the Traditional and the Modern
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CGI expert Nobumichi Asai has taken technology to a whole other level, using human faces as his canvas for what he calls "face hacking." He uses real-time face tracking and 3d projection
Nobumichi Asai: Face Hacking
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Piotr Lesniak creates portraits in a very unique way, making his subjects look like they would be on the face of a dollar bill.
Piotr Lesniak: Money-like Portraits
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Award-winning fashion photographer Bara Prasilova takes striking photos of models in dreamy shots.
Bara Prasilova: Fashion Photography
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When people hear "paper airplane," they often think of children taking a sheet of 8x11 paper and within a few folds, complete a paper airplane that can glide through the air.
Luca Iaconi-Stewart: Incredible Boeing 777 Paper Airplane
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While driving on the highway, you often see lots of debris on the side of the roads like wheel hubcaps. Artist Ptolemy Elrington makes use of wheel hubcaps and recycles them into art.
Ptolemy Elrington: Wheel Hubcap Sculptures