Artistic rendition of bizarre creatures with brush piants

This 28 year old German artist  does beautiful paint brush work  of impressive artworks.  He paints scenarios, vampires, wolves and warring female angels.

Johannes Voss is quite gifted with the brush ,as his paintings are quite graphic and almost authentic in nature.

Checkout his works below for some of his works

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Can you try on this New jewelery made from flowers ?

Nature is beautiful but when  mixed with artificial objects sometimes, fantastic products occurs. Ever wondered what you could do with  fallen flowers, seeds and pollen  and old cases?

Well , Wonder no more as  Mariaela a polish photographer has shown that one could blend nature and jewelry so perfectly to capture true beauty .

If you would rather have flowers in your hair than diamonds on your neck – MARIAELA is the best choice for you!
As she captutres the colors and glitters of mother nature, encasing them to produce fulfilling Jeweleries . Her products include earing, rings and bracelets and pendants. 

They are truly works of art. So beautiful are her works it had the office here in Melbourne in a frenzy to order – and she offer returns.  Below are some of her works.

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Professor creates Vibrant Wildlife sculptures made with recycled materials

Japanese artist Sayaka Ganz shares the imagination of what it might feel like to gallop like a horse , or to swim like a dolphin and feel the water.

Her  “3D Impressionism” of live animals are sculptures made from random objects.Using reclaimed plastic, and iron objects as materials, Sayaka’s sculptures depict animals in motion with rich colors and energy. These materials help create a better visual aesthetic than they would have in the landfill. Sayaka hopes her art draws attention to biting environmental issues.

Born in Yokohama, Japan and grew up living in Japan, Brazil, and Hong Kong. She currently  teaches design and drawing courses at Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW).

Her recent exhibitions include: “Danze Della Natura” – solo exhibition at the Hermann Geiger Foundation in Cecina, Italy, and “Feng Shui ~ Wind and Water” – solo exhibition in the Isle Gallery, Isle of Man. Her recent commissions include a series of four marine life sculptures for the Monerey Bay Aquarium in California and a permanent installation depicting an underwater scene with right whale and various schools of fish in the atrium of the Exploration Tower in Port Canaveral, Florida.

Check out some of her works below. Impressive

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Cliff

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Ocean Song

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Sculpture Displays

Running

Reclaimed Creations

Flying

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Amazing Realistic 3D street art

Street arts are amazing. A big part of the life-style here in Melbourne; they are vibrate and offer a sense of “buzzing” seductiveness to the streets along center place.

In our wondering about, we found a form of street art that looks almost “too good to be unreal” Nikolaj Arndt,  born  1975 in a little town in Russia named Gavrilov Posad is a stret artist who specializes in creeping the hell-out-of-people with his beautiful 3d representations.

He made his studies at a Pedagogic Artist College. During the following 10 years, he lived in the city Iwanovo and had often the chance to pursue his passion: the painting.
In 2006, Nikolaj Arndt moved to Germany. Since 2009 he participates at street art festivals in different cities and states, applying his technique of 3D art.
Nikolaj Arndt currently teaches at a private art school and is working together with advertising agencies and galleries.

Be sure to see some of his works below.

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Amazing paper cuts dress- art : Bluwi

What do you do with a piece of paper , some scissors and your environment?

Jordan-based fashion illustrator Shamekh Bluwi completely re-imagines our initial  itinerary in spectacularly vibrant and artistic way possible. He makes dress designs with brilliantly paper cuts and colours of random objects and patterns he finds in the real world.

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He shares a lot of them on his Instagram page and on Facebook – to intrigued fans — where he has over 3k followers.

We were clearly impressed with his works. below are some of his works,  be sure to patronize his work.

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Lonely Planet’s Illustrator releases Art works

These striking illustrations are the genius work of Ross Murray who illustrated Lonely Planet’s upcoming Epic Bike Rides of The World book. We asked Ross to tell us why he chose the locations, colours and composition of each piece.
Epic Bike Rides of...
These striking illustrations are the genius work of Ross Murray who illustrated Lonely Planet’s upcoming Epic Bike Rides of The World book. We asked Ross to tell us why he chose the locations, colours and composition of each piece.
Epic Bike Rides of...
These striking illustrations are the genius work of Ross Murray who illustrated Lonely Planet’s upcoming Epic Bike Rides of The World book. We asked Ross to tell us why he chose the locations, colours and composition of each piece.
Epic Bike Rides of...
These striking illustrations are the genius work of Ross Murray who illustrated Lonely Planet’s upcoming Epic Bike Rides of The World book. We asked Ross to tell us why he chose the locations, colours and composition of each piece.
Epic Bike Rides of...
These striking illustrations are the genius work of Ross Murray who illustrated Lonely Planet’s upcoming Epic Bike Rides of The World book. We asked Ross to tell us why he chose the locations, colours and composition of each piece.
Epic Bike Rides of...
These striking illustrations are the genius work of Ross Murray who illustrated Lonely Planet’s upcoming Epic Bike Rides of The World book. We asked Ross to tell us why he chose the locations, colours and composition of each piece.
Epic Bike Rides of...

 

Epic Bike Rides of The World
‘For the cover, the aim was to create an illustration that was emblematic of an ‘epic ride’ and because the book highlights amazing cycleways all over the globe it needed to be a universal image that wasn’t obviously based on a specific location. To help give it a broad flavour I used quite a diverse colour palette.

As with all the illustrations in the book, I deliberately styled them to have a point of difference to the photography. Illustrating in a ‘vintage travel’ style is something I do a lot, but with this series of images I stepped slightly outside my comfort zone and experimented with more shapes and different brushes. I’m pleased to say I really enjoyed it!’

Europe
Europe is well-known for its cycle-friendly cities and Copenhagen is no exception. It was great fun capturing the colour and atmosphere of Nyhavn.’

Africa
Mount Kilimanjaro looms large in this scene. A lot of the cycleways across Africa are fairly off-road which create plenty of opportunities to take in the stunning landscapes.’

Asia
‘This image is based on the Mai Chau district in north-west Vietnam. The countryside dazzles with texture and highly saturated colours which I did my best to capture!’

America
‘Another continent of seemingly endless diversity. For this one, we chose the landscape of the Arches National Park, North of Moab, Utah. The area is famous for its natural sandstone arches which makes for some otherworldly scenery. I tried to accentuate this by adding the moon and using an unusual triad colour scheme.’

Oceania 
‘The route I based this illustration on is in the Yarra Ranges in Victoria, Australia. It’s an eerily beautiful journey through Mountain Ash trees and some incredibly rich flora and fauna. Tucked in among this scene are some of the local wildlife.’

MAKEUP ARTIST

Saida Mickeviciute is a 19-year-old makeup artist from Lithuania. Well, that’s one of her identities anyway. But as you can see from these pictures, there are many faces to this London-based human chameleon.

Using nothing but makeup, skill, and a whole lot of patience, the fashion and textiles student can transform herself into anything she sets her mind to. “My inspiration mostly comes from horror movies or from my favorite producer Tim Burton,” said Saida in an interview for Bored Panda.

What’s incredible is that she’s totally self-taught. “I’ve started everything before Halloween back in 2015 and simply kept on going ever since,” she told us. “Usually it takes me around one or two hours to complete one piece.”

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Lee roberts 2 weeks agoCreepy but awesome. Probably my favourite.

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Angela Shillinglaw 2 weeks agoWOW…LOVE THIS

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.gas. 2 weeks agoI know it’s been done, but I’d love to see the half-makeup, half-not face. Or half one person, half the other.

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Amazing 3d pencil drawing: Indian Artist

Sachin Kamath is an artist who creates drawing illusions,almost realist 3d drawings with just pencils. He art are so realistic they  leave one in a state where you cannot be sure which is real and which is drawn. Citing his website page;

I am a self-taught artist/ Aerospace engineer. Not sure if I will end up in a studio or a laboratory, or maybe both.
I was able to rediscover in myself the talent and passion for highly detailed and realistic artworks. I aspire to create art as candid as eyes could see, capturing every intricate detail of my subject and meticulously portraying them on a sheet of paper.

This process engineer sure has the skill s for imprinting great images on paper. He shares his images on his Facebook page which has over 14k likes and growing. See some of his works below.

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Magazines vs Reality: women

For us ladies, after looked through the model pages of glossy magazines and feel depressed? How very well placed the hairs are, and how the make-up seem to stick seamlessly.  And we many a times caught ourselves trying to get very close to her level of perfection.

Magazines toss around the idea that everything in a woman’s life is perfect: her hairstyle, makeup, tan, and outfit. She wakes up looking flawless, and how she walk, steeping bristly not to break the soil in her heels. But reality can be more brutal and doesn’t come with a USB stick of photoshop. This brillant illustration by Anna Syrovatkina done for Bright Side those frustrations in a lovable manner.

Enjoy the contrast between the magazine idealized scenario and bitting reality and it’s funny ; don’t we all agree?

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