Posts tagged 'Animals'
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?
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.
Metal Lion sculpture by Selçuk Yılmaz
This is just amazing and breathtaking! This Turkish artist has created a majestic metal lion sculpture from 4,000 piecies of hammered metal.
Rock & Animals by Cocolia
Cocolia is graphic design studio who develop corporate identity, graphic communication, art direction, editorial, web, illustration, and art projects.
These are just few very beautiful authors works and what I really like about his artworks is that you can see the story behind of all these paintings. And I love colors as much as I like all the tinny details that makes it simply tasteful to look at.
Detailed drawings on the wood by LeRoc
Oh, I wish I could find a better resolution of his pyrographic artworks. Pyrography or pyrogravure is the art of decorating wood or other materials with burn marks resulting from the controlled application of a heated object.
"I work from a tiny bedroom turned studio with the forest only a stone’s throw away. It’s this easy access to nature that keeps me inspired. I try and take full advantage of the fact that I am lucky enough to enjoy the outdoors on a regular basis weather it be out surfing, snowboarding ,mountain biking or even a simple stroll through the woods with my wife." - says author about himself.
65 Chevy by Toby Harriman
Photographer tells a funny and interesting story about this project: "Griffin is an awesome local photographer, who shoots a ton around the Bay Area and now Tahoe. Our paths never seemed to cross while out chasing sunsets and foggy evenings. I am sure there were many times though, where we were only a few hundred yards away from each other, shooting the same thing. Only to find to later when we both post similar shots online! A few weeks ago we were talking online and decided to finally meet up for sunset up on Mount Tamalpais State Park. I knew from facebook he had this beautiful Chevrolet truck, so I asked him to bring it if possible. Been itching to shoot this shoot a truck and scene like this for a while. I had no idea he had an American Bulldog though and when we got up there he put his dog, Moose in the back. These are situation photographers get really excited for, well at least I do. So enjoy the series and thanks Griffin!"
Horses in the dark by Nick Aldridge
Yes, guys. Black and White post again. Sorry for that, but I couldn’t resist to no upload this posts. Photographer Nick Aldridge shoot several horses in the studio for his own and personal project. Artist highlighted great parts of this animal (muscular). We can’t see the horse in the full view but that just gives us a bigger chance to focus on particular parts of the body.
Incredible Portraits of Siamese Fighting Fish by Visarute Angkatavanich
X-Ray Photography by Albert Koetsier
Illusions in Victor Habchy’s photography
Picture of the day!
by Sylvain Rouvier