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Posts Tagged ‘ Artwork ’

Disney Is Taking Over ‘Game Of Thrones’?!


No, they’re not. We’re just kidding.  But if you’ve ever wondered what ‘Game of Thrones’ would look like as a Disney animated film? Fernando Mendonca and Anderson Mahanski, two incredibly talented artists, have taken a stab at it.  It is BRILLIANT.

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Lola Dupre, And Her Elastic Portraits.


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Somewhere in the city of Badajoz, Spain, Lola Dupre is taking the style of collages to an entirely new level. Her incredible warped and twisted creations, are a step beyond “caricature” and are an entity of their own. Lola’s arsenal consist of scanning, a digital camera, scissors, and paper adhesive.  Check out her work below.

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Toasted Pets?


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Every once in a  while, you see promotional artwork that catches your eye, but the item or object the promotion is for escapes you.  Brosmind out of Barcelona, Spain, have designed the “Toasted Pets” series.  “The cutest way to keep your favorite things” is the tagline, but I’m still not exactly sure what they are.  Upon discovering the promotional video below, I was even more perplexed as to why a Spanish company would create their ad in broken English using a think Japanese accent, but HEY, normal is boring.  Made in aluminum, leather, wood and plastic, the first exclusive edition of 50 copies. Price: €130. Worldwide shipping. Click right here for availability.
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Lip Licking Good.


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Rainbows, honeycombs, pixels and even famous Japanese works of art — there’s almost nothing Canadian makeup artist Andrea Reed can’t recreate using a few brushes and a variety of lipsticks.  Going by the name Girl Grey Beauty, Reed is known for sharing drool-worthy lip art creations as well as handy beauty tutorials. It’s painful to admit, but her works really made us realize we have no game whatsoever when it comes to primpin’.  Reed, among other incredible makeup gurus, really pushes the limits of modern art, showing that it no longer belongs solely in galleries and museums, but can be found in the most unexpected places, even a human face.

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The Future Is Now.


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Spanish artist Josan Gonzalez has an incredible self published art-book “The Future is Now“.  Gonzalez describes it as “A vision of a dystopian near future” that includes full color illustrations and black and white sketches. 64 pages, A4 size landscape and soft cover.  If you’re interested in seeing more than just this little glimpse, click here to purchase.  (However, word on the street is the art-book may be sold out, however, if it is, reprints and even a second edition should be available by March 2016)

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The Raphael Vicenzi Collage Collection.


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The artist Raphael Vicenzi continues to astonish with his artwork.  This is the 3rd post of purely eye catching art (the other two can be seen here).  His collages capture the image of a beautiful woman, and alters it to emulate different emotions.  Truly amazing.  Check the method below.

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Kim Byungkwan’s Memories.


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Seoul, Korea is the home to many a talented artist, but Kim Byungkwan rolls in a lane of his own.  His collection of black and white, stylized, and almost eerie works are titled “Memories 1940’s”.  The faceless, fluid, and frightening acrylic paintings are all reminiscent of the time period, and are just a small portion of Byungkwan’s full collection of works.  To see more of Kim’s work, just click here.

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