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Polish Artist Illustrates His Fight Against Depression

“One challenge at a time, I try to turn into the face of fear and tell it “you are not my master, you are the product of my self and I am your master.” I look into the monster’s eyes … Continue reading

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Realistically Detailed Animals on Stones by Akie Nakata

Self-described “stone artist” Akie Nakata paints outstanding realistic and detailed animal depictions on the surface of stones. “My stone art is collaborative work with stones, bits of this Earth we live on. I never alter the shape of the stone … Continue reading

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New! Art History in Contemporary Life Alexey Kondakov

Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov (previously) takes figures from classical and historical artworks and photoshops them into modern every day life, thus creating his ongoing series “Art History in Contemporary Life”. Facebook via  [This Isn’t Happiness]

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Detailed Plates Made With Hundreds of Tiny Painted Dots

These delicate and complex plates were decorated by Russian artist Daria (aka dahhhanart) who employs a form of pointillism technique that combines acrylics, enamel, and appliquéd gems. Instagram via [mymodernmet]

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Full Trailer for “Loving Vincent” the World’s First Feature-Length Painted Animation

The full trailer for Loving Vincent, a feature-length film animated by 62,450 Oil Paintings, has finally been released after nearly six years of creative development. Loving Vincent is an investigation delving into the life and controversial death of Vincent Van … Continue reading

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Monmon Cats by Kazuaki Horitomo

Kazuaki Horitomo is a California-based Japanese artist who has been tattooing for over twenty years and is well versed in Japanese tradition including tebori (a technique of tattooing by hand). This unique concept was born out of a combination of Horitomo’s two great … Continue reading

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Magical Mandalas by Artist Asmahan A. Mosleh

UK-based artist Asmahan A. Mosleh spends 8 to 54 hours on a single mandala, publishing photos of her intricate works on her Instagram, @murderandrose. via [Colossal]

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Yuumei

Countdown The art and ramblings of a disillusioned idealist, Yuumei. Yuumei (幽冥 or 幽明) means light and darkness, strange and deep, hades, and semidarkness. Not to be confused with yuumei (有名) which ironically means famous. “I’m a digital artist, graphic novelist, … Continue reading

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Bright Environmental Paintings by Artist Julie Heffernan

A selection of paintings by artist Julie Heffernan. “We are slowly making our world unlivable, and I want to bring to the surface the destructive action, waster, and contamination that is generally invisible to us,” says Heffernan in her artist … Continue reading

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Garden in the Dark Series by Aster Hung

Aster Hung is a Bay Area Taiwanese-American Illustrator and Designer recently graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA 2016). Her illustrations aim to capture fantastical spaces, light, and beauty within the unsettling. Outside of work, Aster is passionate about beaches, … Continue reading

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