People I know: Jon Jacobsen shows how he sees himself and friends 

Self thought photographer Jon Jacobsen from Santiago, Chile, presented his project “People I know”. In the project author present his friends who are models, artists, actors and himself, as well (the last photo). You can check the whole project here

Dark as death: artworks by S.V.Mitchell

Mitchell was born in Bristol England in 1963. He spent his child hood growing up in the south west of England. At 29 a drinking binge ended in a hospitalization and a near death ”Bardo” experience, in witch he was graced with a moment of clarity into his condition. This became the spark to ignite his recovery turning his life around and creating the Art we see today.

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Sculptures by Bruno Torfs

Fantastical wooden sculptures that symbolize compassion and offer visitors to the artist’s garden a source of comfort on their walks.

Will it beard by: a non-fearless tumblr project 

It all began as a way to entertain the kiddies during the holidays, but has transformed into an artistic project for the couple. Pierce tells BuzzFeed, ‘Over Christmas break, my mom had her grandkids do a talent show for her (she’s an adorable grandma). I tried to put as many pencils as possible in it for my “talent.” I got over 20. Needless to say, my mother was very proud’. via

Amazingly detailed illustrations by Giorgi Arutinov 

This artist from Georgia makes incredible detailed illustrations, full of various elements. I have always been fascinated by such patient artists as this one. Bravo! 

New artworks from Jiwoon Park 

Jiwoon Pak is an illustrator and artist based in Seoul, south of Korea. She received her art education at Valenciennes Fine art school in France,and started to work as a freelance illustrator in 2013.

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Silhouettes in the darkness by Martin Schapp. 

Martin was born in Germany, Cottbus, 1985. He is a freelance photographer and graphic designer in whose portfolio you can found a lot of various works. However, I mostly liked these, dark ones. All of them have mysterious silhouettes with their own journey and story. 

Amazing watercolor paintings by Nicolas Jolly 

Nicolas Jolly is a French artist working with black ink. Black and white allows him to bring additional emotion to the scene by increasing the set of chiaroscuro. There is a large concern in the compositions of his drawings. The technique he uses,”fingerprint”, allows him to guide the eye of the observer through the various elements of the scene compositions. All convolutions bring dynamism and speed, amplifying the intense and dramatic effect. The subject is anime, dance and grows. It can accentuate a detail in the design and target emotion to convey. via

Flora and body shapes by Cristiana Gasparotto
Authors submitted message about herself: “Cristiana Gasparotto was born in 1977 in Italy, where she completed her studies in history and literature at the University of Padova. She currently lives in Madrid, Spain, with her husband and her children.
She started to observe the light through the camera and explore new personal territories to investigate the sensations she was feeling about it. Then, she realised photography would be a powerful medium to express herself and her emotional experiences in a visual way”.

(Source: Flickr / cristianagasparotto)

Wooden animals by Süleyman CAN

What I like about these two particular wooden sculptures that are made by sculptor Süleyman Can (based in Istanbul, Turkey), is that they are sort of created from a lot of various wooden details and elements.It makes them look more unique and interesting. What is your opinion? 

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Warmly creative: photography by Karrah Kobus ll Artist On Tumblr

Photographer Karrah Kobus from Minneapolis, creates a wonderful and warm photography. Her works full of cozy colors. Well, let’s say that all of us perceive that coziness differently. Heh. So this is my way of perceiving it. 

Redmer Hoekstra takes us to the surrealistic adventure 

Some of you probably know this illustrator from Netherlands already. I have to admit that I have recognized a few of his artworks, as well. I saw them somewhere on the web long time ago. Today, I have discovered the huge and amazing portfolio of this artist. I wanted to include even more artworks here, because all of them are gorgeous and unforgettable. With each his illustration, Redmer takes us to the glorious world of creative surrealism. 

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The astonishing black and white photography by Bahadir Bermek

This Turkish photographer has some great colorful photos too, but I mostly likes his black and white works. Not every photographer can make such a strong, powerful and interesting photographs!

The Amazing Art by Chiara Aime

When I saw the first and one of the most recent artworks of this author (the first picture from the top), I knew I have to open her portfolio. There first thought in my mind was “Wow”. You can see many games with a color, improvisation with portraits and surrealism. 

Chiara Aime was born in Cuneo in 1991, where she currently resides. She attended the Art School of Cuneo and only since 2010 has begun to expose herself to the public as a painter. Her painting is an expression of mind, highly introspective that comes from the soul and is supported by a great passion for drawing and graphics. Her palette, preferably restricted to a few colors, three-four, including the blue and the blues, reds and purple, often thwarted by yellow and green.

Vitaliy Halanzha captures brilliant shots from the recent Ukrainian riots ll Artist On Tumblr

Being a photographer it’s not only taking shots of landscapes and happy people. Sometimes it requires a lot of courage. Certainly, Ukrainian photographer Vitaliy Halanzha does have it enough. He entered the core of massive and huge riots in Kiev and took some brilliant shots. 

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