Akira Yoshizawa – Grandfather Of Modern Origami:
Akira Yoshizawa’s Amazing Origami Sculptures:
Akira Yoshizawa was a Japanese origamist, considered to be the grandmaster of origami. He is widely recognized for his work in raising origami from a craft to a living art form. Yoshizawa devised many new folding techniques during his lifetime. According to his own estimation made in 1989, he created more than 50,000 models, of which only a few hundred designs were presented as diagrams in his 18 books.
Diabolic Flower Encrusted Skeletons:
What do you do when your precious Fluffy or Fido dies? Rather than bury them 6-feet under, call on Amsterdam-based sculptor Cedric Laquieze who creates flower-skeleton sculptures made from cat and dog skeletons and spruces them up with artificial flowersâ€¦making them the perfect centerpiece at your next dinner party.
Painting Art Prints By Ludovic Jacqz:
Ludovic Jacqz is a 32 year-old French illustrator and conceptual artist, based in Bordeaux. He describes himself as a “self-made illustrator, Lowbrow art and antiques lover” who teaches in an art school since a year now. He is an amazing Photoshop illustrator; he started drawing since young age, but discovered PS only few years ago. They are beautifully illustrated using Photoshop with delicate textures, but bold images. Jacqz works in watercolors, markers, paints, crayons and Bic, Illustrator and, of course, Photoshop.
Hyper Real Sculptures By Duane Hanson:
Duane Hanson was an American artist based in South Florida but born in Minnesota, renowned for his lifecast realistic works of people. Since the early 1970’s Duane Hanson has been making startlingly lifelike sculptures of middle America accomplished through a complex process of casting from live models, recreated in bronze or fibreglass resin.
Spectacular Tennis Ball Installation By Ana Soler:
Spanish artist Ana Soler, in her most recent work entitled Causa-Efecto (Cause & Effect), hung 2,000 tennis balls across the Mustang Art Gallery in Alicante, Spain. The balls are carefully aligned in suspended trajectories that appear to bounce off walls, floors, and other surfaces providing an uncanny sense of motion similar to a photograph taken with a strobe light.
Lovely Visual Artwork By Ryan Hanson:
Ryan Hanson was graduated from Ringling college of Art and Design. He is a illustrator and digital artist who is living in Minneapolis, MN, USA.Here is a link to his blog post where he post sketchbook work. Be free to contact him any time.
Ekaterina Koroleva Pencil And Watercolor Paintings:
Ekaterina Koroleva is an russian Illustrator/Graphic Designer living and working in Berlin.She loves fashion illustration and that´s why she is crazy about drawing skinny women. In addition to it she is designing Cover, Flyer and other graphic stuff.She also loves strange characters and likes to create weird personalities with uncommon gimmicks.
Amazing Colorful Paintings By May Ann:
May Ann is a visual artist and freelance illustrator living in La Union, Philippines. She is also a painter and has had several painting exhibits. Her art is inspired by her own dreams, nightmares, childhood memories, as well as God, nature, music and other great artists. She enjoys dreaming, listening to music, and setting her imagination free into wide colorful skies. Once inspiration hits her, May Ann’s paintings and drawings radiate and overflow with her emotions.
Awesome Paintings By Dean Monogenis:
Normally, he paints on wood or plastic panels employing customized stencils. Utilizing the dialogue established between different painting techniques, these stencil-applied graphic elements are integrated with areas that Dean paints freehand. Line, edge, and texture are very important to him as well. The effect works to maximize the visual tension on the painted surface, challenging the logic of what naturally should be in front and behind. As the picture develops there inevitably comes a point for revision, that he achieves by sanding and reworking areas to bring them back to a zero state.