I am a Graphic Designer / Digital Illustrator based in Greece. I'm a fan of technology and the possibilities that it provides, but I also love the “magic” of vintage. The technique of digital collage was always an interest of mine.
On the 9th of August 2015, an abandoned factory was reopened in a small town in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. The reopening, after decades of being forgotten, happened thanks to the work of 3 young guys. Artist collective HAD opened their first exhibition WALLS, bringing new forms of street art to Bosnia. Their work was formed based on their individual preferences when it comes to style and technique; taking into consideration that their professions are different - one is a student of architecture, one is a painter and one is a street artist. Because of their unique mix, doing a mural was not an option, it was too easy and too safe. So they decided to go deeper.tists.
I embrace street art in my project as it's close to me and I believe that using this medium helps to decorate old buildings. I used garbage bags of different colors trying to give them a second life and save the environment.
Polyethylene bags are very harmful to environment and we damage the environment by throwing them out without even thinking about it.
It is a very strange and surprising vision of the Parisian wildlife that offers us the French artist Julien Nonnon.
His last work Safari Urban is a series of photographs featuring animals redesigned and projected on facades of buildings through an embedded video-projection system. A clever mix of street-art and video-mapping!
Deeply influenced by a childhood spent growing up on Long Beach in Sag Harbor, N.Y., artist Grant Haffner tries to capture the color and feeling of sunsets burnt into his memories. Haffner works primarily with a mixture of acrylic, marker, pencil and paint pen on wood panels to create vibrant neon
Singapore-based artist Izziyana Suhaimi introduces embroidered accents to her carefully rendered pencil and watercolor illustrations. Patterns of flowers unfold much like a tapestry across the paper canvas creating pieces she refers to as "evidence of the hand and of time." For her serie
I always found it strange that artists create very beautiful but complicated pictures, like hyperrealism, to show something, that people can easily see themselves. So I just tried to create paintings reflecting the character of different animals using a very simple technique. For me, it's not important, how art is made, but the most valuable thing is what people feel when they look at the painting.
The Klementinum library, a beautiful example of Baroque architecture, was first opened in 1722 as part of the Jesuit university, and houses over 20,000 books. It was voted as one of the most beautiful and majestic libraries in the world by our readers!
Here’s a peek into the lemon filled world of Russian surrealist painter Vitaly Urzhumov. Editor's note: Vitaly Urzhumov started drawing early in his childhood. Later he studied art and design in Vladivostok, where he now lives.
Sara Roizen paints impermanence on vinyl records. The master of art therapy graduate uses acrylic paint, stencils, gels, paint pens, ink, colored pencil, and more to create colorful mandalas on these dated discs.
Photo by Erwin Martens Another year, another Corso Zundert (previously), the legendary parade of giant floats adored with thousands of dahlia flowers that twist through the narrow streets of Zundert, Netherlands. This year 19 teams took inspiration from the work of Vincent van Gogh who was born in
With a dizzying flurry of oil paints, watercolors, silkscreen & monotype printing techniques, charcoal, and ink, artist Nelson Makamo captures the daily life of South African children as reflected in their charismatic faces. Based in Johannesburg, Makamo prefers to refer to himself as a storyt
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