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Picasso’s Self-Portraits from 15 Years Old to 90 Year Old

Picasso’s Self-Portraits from 15 Years Old to 90 Year Old Pablo Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973) is widely regarded as one of...

Picasso’s Self-Portraits from 15 Years Old to 90 Year Old Pablo Picasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973) is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century. He is known for co-founding the Cubist movement, the invention of assemblage, the co-invention of collage, and for the wide...
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Textured Oil Paintings Capture Autumn foliage

Polish artist Justyna Kopania welcomes us into autumn foliage with a series of beautifully executed oil paintings. Bursting with warm color, the paintings explore the varying...

Polish artist Justyna Kopania welcomes us into autumn foliage with a series of beautifully executed oil paintings. Bursting with warm color, the paintings explore the varying moods of a fall landscape. Trees saturated with leaves in colors ranging from burnt ochre to deep crimson move toward a skeletal state, casting melancholy shadows on lakes and rivers....
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New Architectural Watercolors by Artist Sunga Park

Bangkok-based illustrator and graphic designer Sunga Park embraces the unpredictable nature of watercolors in her drippy depictions of architectural landmarks. In her extensive travels throughout...

Bangkok-based illustrator and graphic designer Sunga Park embraces the unpredictable nature of watercolors in her drippy depictions of architectural landmarks. In her extensive travels throughout Europe, Park stops to consider the finest details of Gothic cathedrals or the antennae-laden rooftops of residential streets in Croatia, but allows entire paintings to fade away into a wash...
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Living Works That Flatten Three-Dimensional Scenes Into Two-Dimensional Photographs by Alexa Meade

Story via this is Colossal Flattening three-dimensional installations into two-dimensional images, Alexa Meade compresses reality by covering models in specifically applied paint, making sure to focus on...

Story via this is Colossal Flattening three-dimensional installations into two-dimensional images, Alexa Meade compresses reality by covering models in specifically applied paint, making sure to focus on painted shadows and highlights to transform her posed subjects into paintings. Meade’s works, which she has referred to as “reverse trompe l’oeil” combine installation, painting, photography, and even performance, as many of...
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Van Gogh’s World Seen Through the Perspective of a Tilt-Shift Lens

Despite our humble opinion that Vincent van Gogh’s works are stunning as is, we were pleasantly entertained by the simple shift in focus made to...

Despite our humble opinion that Vincent van Gogh’s works are stunning as is, we were pleasantly entertained by the simple shift in focus made to his paintings by Reddit user melonshade. By placing the works into Photoshop and adding a bit of blur to the painting’s backgrounds, they were able to bring a new perspective...
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Incredibly Realistic Paintings By Mike Dargas

Mike Dargas is an incredible hyper-realist German artist using a fascinating technique. “I have never studied at an art school, I just started painting at the...

Mike Dargas is an incredible hyper-realist German artist using a fascinating technique. “I have never studied at an art school, I just started painting at the age of 3. My mother told me, she noticed my artistic talent very early, when I drew my first sketches. After kindergarten I started using oil colors. I guess I...
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Architectural Watercolors By Polish Architect Maja Wrońska

Polish illustrator and architect Maja Wrońska continues her architecture-inspired series of iconic cityscapes. “My drawings are strictly connected to the architecture so, for sure, architecture...

Polish illustrator and architect Maja Wrońska continues her architecture-inspired series of iconic cityscapes. “My drawings are strictly connected to the architecture so, for sure, architecture is my inspiration,” Wrońska says on her website. Take a look at these watercolors from around the world that she had created recently. More info: Behance | Facebook
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K.N. Patsios presents “The Lost Parthenon”

Following his solo exhibition “The Twisted Odyssey”, which took place in London, Konstantinos Patsios presents his new series of works titled “The Lost Parthenon”, at...

Following his solo exhibition “The Twisted Odyssey”, which took place in London, Konstantinos Patsios presents his new series of works titled “The Lost Parthenon”, at Melkart Gallery, in Paris, in April 2016. The exhibition is curated by Leonie Gavrias. In Konstantinos Patsios’ work, childishness goes hand in hand with violence, while sarcasm implies sensitivity. Various...
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Vibrant Oil Finger Paintings by Iris Scott

Via This is Colossal Brooklyn-based painter Iris Scott  eschews brushes and palette knives in favor of using the most traditional art tools of all time:...

Via This is Colossal Brooklyn-based painter Iris Scott  eschews brushes and palette knives in favor of using the most traditional art tools of all time: her fingers. Her color-saturated canvases of thick oil paint capture shaking wet dogs, dreamy urban cityscapes, and serene outdoor scenes. “There’s nothing between me and the paint, I feel all...
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Annelie Jagenholz’s drawings

Annelie  Jagenholz sent us a selection of her work. “Art is an arduous breathing. Art is pain like sometimes life is pain. All can change...

Annelie  Jagenholz sent us a selection of her work. “Art is an arduous breathing. Art is pain like sometimes life is pain. All can change in one second as the stream of being flows forward. Not just in looking on the result, art can speak, but in finding the pure translation for this inner landscapes...

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