Xi Ding has a very unique style of caricature, on which he’s been working for the last ten years. All he needs is 3-4 minutes to figure out a character’s facial features and redraw them in one of many styles.
Japan is well known for manga and anime, so it’s no surprise that a few local artists have come up with a great idea to promote the 2020 Olympics. Inspired by anime, they’ve turned flags of over 30 countries into badass anime warriors with swords spears, armor and all that stuff.
The French artist Linda Bouderbala has created a series of illustrations showing cult movie, TV, and cartoon characters visiting supermarkets and doing some weekend shopping. Not only are the pictures adorable, colorful, and pretty, but they also reveal a bit of personality of the character...
Vivien Szaniszlo, an artist from Hungary, decided that it’s time to reveal the typical personality characteristics of each Zodiac sign in a special, new way. And we’re sure that these amazing portraits of women as Zodiac signs will blow your mind!
You’ve been a kid, so you’ve probably been to a party or a festival or some other even that had a clown making balloon animals. You’d stand in line for what seemed like an eternity and what would you get?
Admit it: we’ve all wondered at some point if the women we know from famous portraits really looked anything like whatever rendition the artist gave to them. Thankfully, many things can be found on the internet, including the original models for famous works of art.
While the picture of the painting can be quite dynamic and vibrant, paintings themselves are quite often the opposite. Alper Dostal figured there was lots of potential there to make them different. He decided he’d turn them into melting paintings, like if you’d leave them in the sun for too long.
With almost 80k followers on her Instagram page, Ryan Kelly is creating some of the coolest lip art ever! She goes beyond “outstanding” and transforms her lips into a real-life canvas depicting scenes and characters from popular movies, TV shows, and cartoons, like Game of Thrones, the Simpsons, Aquaman, etc. – basically, everything the Internet loves and holds dear.
This list includes the painters whose works you probably will never be able to afford!
Every wannabe geek artist out there wants their paintings to go viral. That’s just how this game of life works. Whenever your art gets reposted on Twitter or Instagram for the first time, you feel this power, as if you could do anything! This is exactly what happened to Alex Gross.
If you love hiking and modern art makes your all giddy, then Arte Sella is a must-visit place for you. The art park is located on the southern slope of Mount Armentera, in the Italian region of Trentino, and is a massive tourism magnet!
Every once in a while a photographer goes viral on Instagram and starts a whole trend of similar-style photographs. Daniel Mercandante seems to be doing just that with his series called “Rainbow Road”. His surreal, colorful photos will blow your mind!
The majority of people would never look twice at a piece of old wood, but not Debra Bernier. She claims that every single stick has a personality, which can be seen in the bumps and grooves. These are a sort of check points, allowing her to create her own little masterpieces.
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.