Imagine if you were to crack open an egg for your delicious breakfast, and you find another egg? Or maybe you whack a shuttlecock too hard, aka. a birdie, and out bursts an egg? These are concepts that can only come from the mind of London-based artist, Nancy Fouts.
The featured artist this month is Brazilian Tiago Hoisel. He has some of the most remarkable painting skills I’ve seen, and wanted to show them to my readers.
Pavel Novák created one of the coolest 3D map projections I’ve ever seen. Paying tribute to the games he grew up with, Pavel projects Mario, Invaders, Pac-Man, and more onto a building.
Sweet leg tattoo you have there, Pinocchio. We can thank creative director Alvaro Rodrigues for this interesting take on a childhood character we all grew up with.
Sanna Dullaway takes famous photos from our past and converts them into color.
If you’re a fan of Star Wars and Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing, you’ll love this print by Anton Marrast. See the print after the jump…
Heikki Leis was born in Tartu, Estonia and has pretty much resided there his whole life. He has quite the diverse education as he has graduated from art, masonry, and sculpture school. It’s safe to say he’s a well-rounded artist. Heikki has worked as a freelance artist since 2000, specializing in hyperrealism using pen and […]
My ideal home and/or office would be built with brick walls, smooth concrete floors, and Technicolor art all over the place. If this dream home is every made into a reality, I would love to have some work by TechnoDrome!.
I haven’t written a featured artist post in quite sometime, and felt it necessary to showcase this Georgia based illustrator. His name is E.W. Thomason, and has to be one of the most talented illustrators I’ve seen.
When I first heard there was a realistic photo of Beavis and Butt-head circulating the net I didn’t know what to expect. The dynamic duo has such a unique look to them that I figured it would never be possible to recreate. Boy was I wrong, wayyyy wrong!