Posts tagged 'drawing'

Hyper realistic paintings by Jason John 

You can name it wherever you want, my dear friends - super, cool, hyper or unbelievable insane realistic paintings. One thing I know for sure: I fucking love realistic paintings. And if they are unique by the idea… well, this is even more awesome!  Love, love, love it… 

Gorgeous portraits by Ileana Hunter 

Based in United Kingdom, Ileana Hunter draws very unique portraits of various famous people. Most of them are iconic women of pop industry. Authors as well plays with lightning. Sometimes she deletes or erases some parts of the drawing (like in the first one from the top) in order to make artwork even more unique. 

Disturbing surrealism by Seungyea Park

Seungyea Park has exhibited her work in solo and group shows in Korea and the USA, she  works by drawing circles with ball point pen and acrylic paint on acid free paper. And yeah, works are disturbing, but I like it very much. Very creative and original.

Amazing illustrations by Kate Powell 

United Kingdom based artist Kate Powell is already popular on several social art platforms. You can also buy her artwork here. Generally, her illustrations and drawings blows you away with its detailed and colorful elements, surreal portraits. Very interesting artworks. 

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Drawings by Alberto Patiño

Alberto Patiño has a bachellor degree in Sculpture at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica of Peru, and is currently a professor at this university. He has 3 individual shows: La sombra de tu sonrisa (The Shadow Of Your Smile), Cecilia González Contemporary Art (2011), Cuerdo Delirio (Delirium Cordia), Galería 80m² (2006) and Casa/caso, Yvonne Sanguineti Gallery (2009). He also has several shows with other artists as Muestra colectiva, Centro Colich (2010); Esculturas para solitarios, Galería Enlace-Arte Contemporáneo (2007); Pulso/Impulso, Galería Wu Ediciones (2006); Kilómetro Cero, Galería Pancho Fierro (2006); ¿Y qué es el Arte?, Galería Fórum (2005). Patiño has received an award at the 3th Young Art at Miraflores (2005), y en el 2007 is finalist of the Contest Passport for an Artist sponsored by the French Embassy in Peru. He also works a line of industrial design with the company Penélope Montagnii.

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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. 

Weird and beautiful: surrealism by Sicioldr 

Sicioldr is an italian self-taught drawer born in 1990. His visionary style is influenced by the study of artists like Giraud, Bosch, Bruegel, Serafini, Seba and by his interests toward the relationship between alchemy and psychology. His uncanny subjects are images coming from the unconscious ,represented by the author through a rigorous and elegant style of drawing

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Imperative Slave and Media Slave by Katarina Nedeljkovic

"Imperative slave"  installation is a multimedia project that includes drawing and installation as a literal transition from one technique to another. This installation includes fusion glass with a sound-sensitive lighting. The Idea is very good. Bravo!

Dirty noses of Zina’s Nedelcheva portraits 

Zina (author stated that many people calls her just like that) is from Bulgaria. She is know as a graphic artist but I wanted to show you, guys, her usual drawings with pencils.

"Little things that could be just sitting there in the corner, unnoticeable for others, old and forgotten often are start point for my works. I refer to the oddness of everything" - writes Zina in her official website. It is clearly see that various things can inspire this artist, and she can use her inspiration very creatively, indeed. 

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Phantasmagorical: drawings on photographs ll Artist On Tumblr

Phantasmagorical is a remarkable project by illustrator, Annica Klingspor, photographer, Robert Nilsson, and stylist, Anna Klein. These three artists creates one and spectacular result: beautiful black and white drawings on photographs. 

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Parallel worlds by Ewa Mos

Funny and totally creative. This how we can define this photo illustrative collection of graphic designer based in UK, Birmingham called ‘Parallel Worlds’. To the portraits author attached some personal drawings and illustrations transforming usual portraits to the surreal world. 

Final project by Einat Halfon

Action Drawing in a determined space