After seeing the work of Richard Estes at a show in Boston, MA, Photorealism became Steve Mill‘s passion. Using oil paints he analyse some of life’s most ordinary moments and creates these hyper-realistic paintings. “All I paint is an illusion,” Mr….
Florianopolis based artist Camila do Rosário started studying fashion but dropped out to start her career as an illustrator. Among the works from her portfolio you can find the Moleskine pieces of art, hand drawings and digital collages. Her style is a…
Folded and pasted currency sculptures by Canadian visual artist Kristi Malakoff. Each piece is folded, cut and pasted together from multiple worldwide bills.
North Wales-based artist Niki Pilkington works mainly using pencils, felt-tip pens and biros. She says “My work is portrait-based, fashion-focused, colourful, playful – and hopefully nice to look at too. My main influences are colours, shapes, fashion and the people who wear it.”
Brazilian artist Lucas Chimello Simões creates these cut-outs by stacking dozens of layers of the same photo and then cut some parts out.
New York-based artist Hope Gangloff creates vibrant and realistic portraits to share her view of modern American life. She works mostly with pen and ink on paper, using as a reference photographs she takes of her friends.
American artist Daniel Kornrumpf creates these incredibly intricate hand-stitched portraits.
Vietnamese artist Diem Chau creates unique crayon and pencil sculptures by carving them very carefully. An art that requires patience, delicacy and a sharp eye for details.
Valencia based artist Paula Bonet creates these beautiful illustrations by using pen, watercolours and chinese ink, leaving a eye-catching result in each of her works.
Artist Liu Bolin was born in 1973 and grew up in China’s Shandong province. Bolin is painstakingly painted head-to-toe by a group of assistants using photographs of the area behind him as a guide without the use of special effects or Photoshop. His…