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New Unbelievably Beautiful Drawings by Morgan Davidson

New unbelievably beautiful drawings by Denver based illustrator Morgan Davidson (previously). “My work is mostly drawn in colored pencil, a medium I started working with when I was a child. I’ve always been drawn to it’s precise nature and how easily you can create … Continue reading

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Amazing Drawings on Black Paper by Casey Neal

Casey Neal is a traditional artist based out of Northern Utah. He specializes in using white and black charcoal to create detailed and dramatic illustrations depicting nature. Casey spends the majority of his time working in his studio or photographing … Continue reading

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Mother of 11 Captures Stunning Family Portraits

“It’s one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it’s another thing to make a portrait of who they are.” – Paul Caponigro Lisa Holloway is an internationally published, award winning fine art portrait photographer residing … Continue reading

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Within 15 Minutes by Alma Haser

Alma Haser has always found identical twins fascinating, as do most people. It is the incredible realisation that there are two versions of the exact same person, hard to tell apart, unless they wear different clothes or hairstyles. They often … Continue reading

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The Finalists of the 14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest

© Michael B. Hardie. All rights reserved. Over the last 13 years, readers have submitted nearly 350,000 images to Smithsonian’s annual photo contest. These photos have transported us to the far corners of Earth, captured spectacular, split-second moments and introduced us to fascinating people … Continue reading

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Skin deep – Looking Beyond the Tattoos

Photographer Steven Burton spent over 400 hours in Photoshop removing tattoos that covered former LA gang members. The emotional series, Skin Deep: Looking Beyond Tattoos, is to humanize a group of people who are stereotyped because of their tattoo-covered body. … Continue reading

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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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3 Days March

These charming artworks are by Sydney-based artist Yan Qin Weng (aka Loika). “I make sanctuaries for myself from the places in my head — mountain ranges, narrow alleyways, canopy shadows. If stories were air then I’d breathe my best with a … Continue reading

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Sakimi chan (pt. 14) Horoscope Series

Capricorn Sakimi chan is a digital artist based in Canada, she amazed us with her Gender Bender series in which portrays some of the most famous characters in Disney world(and not) in a gender bender version. This is her new … 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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