Digital painter Ray Caesar is known for his illustrations featuring ethereal feminine figures. New series of works created using Maya, a 3-D modeling software used to make digital animations for the film and game industry.
Victor Nunes, places every-day objects or food, onto a page and then with a few pencil strokes and a touch of humor he turns them into pictures of faces, animals and other playful scenes.
Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina created 27 “paintingsprojects” which represent 27 different artists. ARCHIST is a playful interpretation of the expressive language and aesthetic of some of the most popular artists.
As Babina explains:
Art and architecture are disciplines that speak and lightly touch each other, the definition and function of the architecture are changing constantly with the development of contemporary art. In this exercise of style I took pleasure imagining architecture steeped of art, designed and constructed through the interpretation of an artist’s language..It is easy to find the art hidden behind an architectural shape or see reflected a geometry of a building painted on a canvas. It is impossible to conceive of the history of art in exclusion from that of architecture.
Fine art photographer Kylli Sparre, (aka Sparrek), spent years training to become a professional ballet dancer. When her studies were over, she realized it wasn’t the path for her. Since then she has been searching for an outlet for her creativity and finally found it in photography. Her passion now is creating images using photography and photo manipulation. Her shots depict surreal or dreamlike scenes with elegant female figures in choreographed poses.
Dutch illustrator Tineke Meirink with her series Stop:Watch hopes to make people realize that “everything has its beauty and that it is just more fun to take a closer look.”
Stop:watch is about taking a closer look. To stop and watch. Tineke takes photos of apparently uninteresting items and adds a minimal illustration digitally. That way these photos get a whole different meaning, they come to life.
Oriol Jolonch is a self-taught artist with a natural gift to create invented realities. With imagination as his main weapon and the help of photography and digital media, Oriol transports the viewer to magical and surreal worlds, metaphors for the reality we live. Each image is , in itself, a story to discover and feel.
Continue reading The Invented Worlds of Oriol Jolonch
Ecuador-based illustrator and art director Javier Pérez mixes everyday objects with line drawings and turns them into creative art. Really a fun series of photos.
Italian fashion illustrator and fabric designer Cristian Grossi, loves working and experimenting with illustration techniques, textures patterns, abstract design, colours and their contrast with the organic patterns of nature.
Tropical Camou project
Mixed media: watercolor, collage, chinese ink, digital.
American illustrator / graphic designer Alex Solis creates hilarious illustrations with the aid of his hands and/or everyday objects. Without a lot of editing unfinished illustrations come to life with interactive actions.
Quebec-based painter Rafael Sottolichio creates dream-like portraits using vivid colors. His characters appear to float through space while abstract swirls of color surround them. Take a look at some of Sottolichio’s work below. His sense of perspective is dazzling (as his palette).