Children have a tendency to create lots of art. They love drawing since it’s good for their motor skills and it taps into their imagination. Most drawings will be fairly unique, and parents will spot a drawing their child made from a mile away. Thanks to technology, you can now turn those unique drawings into pieces of jewelry to carry with you always.
Imagine having someone ask you to turn an avocado into the image of a frog – you probably couldn’t do it if your life depended on it, but Daniele Barresi does this with seemingly no effort.
There’s something very satisfying in seeing what an adorable Squirtle or fluffy Pikachu would look like if they appeared right in front of you. That’s where Josh Dunlop comes in with his amazing artistic interpretations of cutesy-looking cartoons and transforms them into real monsters.
Just one quick look at these pictures fills you up with awe and inspiration. It’s such a simple yet astonishingly fresh idea, you just want to see more of the creatures inhabiting that world.
Meet Andrea Tamme, a digital artist from Canada, who came up with the most unusual and fascinating idea to take classical works of art and reimagine them using modern pop culture characters from movies and TV shows.
Sashimi is a Japanese dish which consists of fresh fish or meat very thinly sliced. The artist who came up with such a creative way to present raw fish started his creations as a way to teach his son to cook. With time Mikyou’s skills improved and have taken his art to a whole new level. His sashimi creations became more complicated and turned into a passionate hobby.
Alexandra Chertulova, the 19-year-old artist from Perm, Russia, knows exactly how to lure in people to her Instagram account. She takes beautiful pictures of herself and transforms them into magnificent surrealistic compositions worthy of all the awards in the world.
Disney princesses are associated with many characteristics, but “dark” or “gritty” never quite make the list. If you’re thinking about film noir, it’s pretty much the reverse. Instagram artist Astor Alexander figured it’d be fun to mix these two things together and see what happens.
Robert Jahns is a fantastic artist from Germany, whose unique photos will make you believe in the unbelievable! Keep reading if you want to see Robert transform photos of beautiful nature into magical masterpieces!
People express their talents in different ways. For some, it’s the ability to bake pretty good chocolate chip cookies. For others, it might be holding their breath underwater several seconds longer than average or singing in the shower when nobody is listening. In the case of Jo Chorny, an artist from Germany, it’s about expressing herself through paper.
Origami is an impressive skill to have, and one that only few people really master in this world. Of course, someone had to take the concept of making art out of folded paper a step further, and that person is Ciro Wai, a Chinese artist. He decided to do it with Ferrero Rocher packaging.
The hard part about sunsets and sunrises is trying to take a picture of one that perfectly captures that feeling. Where everyone else has pretty much failed in doing so, Ben Mulder has succeeded greatly.
Have you ever tried to doodle on photos or illustrations? I know I have, but Rohan Sharad Dahotre has developed a special skill – creating tribal avatars for the wildest of animals, making them look a bit more … human? This series of photos is called “animal doodles” and the artist created them to raise awareness about out furry, feathery, and scaly bothers.