ART

Marylin 02 - © Jean-Claude CUENCA

Portraits of artists and writers Paintings / Jean-Claude CUENCA

Jean-Claude CUENCA's Paintings is primarily a visual research, the choice is to represent faces using their identities. By making portraits of artists and writers. This is the fundamental and mysterious characterizes and differentiates each human being. In this mystery, the name is an identification, face a visualization element...
© C215

Street Art and Graffiti / C215 – Christian Guémy

C215, real name Christian Guémy, is an international street artist superstar who has painted all over the world including India, Israel, Poland, the USA, Senegal and Morocco, and of course, London. Originally from Paris, C215 has two masters in History and in Art and previously worked in import/export! When his daughter Nina was born he became a full time artist...
© Russ Mills

Excellent Illustration & Paintings ArtWorks / Russ Mills

Excellent Illustration & Paintings ArtWorks by talented British artist Russ Mills. Russ Mills creates these astonishing images using a wide variety of traditional methods including painting and drawing with ink and pencil, but also utilizing scanned textures including splotches of paint (or “painting disasters” as he calls them) as well as photography...
© Mark Powell

Biro Pen Drawings / Mark Powell

London-based artist Mark Powell reuses old envelopes as canvases to produce incredible drawings. His sketches are made using only a Biro pen, and they often incorporate original stamps and postage marks. By recycling the envelopes, he is in some way preserving a bit of history and the tales behind the sender...
Mad Hatter - Johnny Depp - © Ben Heine

Digital Circlism / Ben Heine

Created by Ben Heine, Ben made these celebrities portraits by painstakingly building their faces by placing circles one by one. Using the new technique what mixes the Pointillism with Pop Art, the Brussels-based artist need spend between 100 and 180 hours for a single portrait. Each circle has a different color, a different size and a different tone...
Empress - © Kay Ruane

Graphite Drawings / Kay Ruane

Kay Ruane’s greyscale drawings are punctuated with pops of vibrant color on carefully selected details which tie into the overall theme of each piece. The intense details can sometimes overtake the drawings themselves, but they are often what draw the viewer in and pique his or her curiosity about the fantastical scenes...
© Jean-Paul Bourdier

Bodyscapes / Jean-Paul Bourdier

Jean-Paul Bourdier, Professor of Design, Drawing and Photography in UC Berkeley’s architecture department, presents Bodyscapes. The photographic set focuses on the geometric beauty of the human body. He mixes body art and the surrounding landscape. His works have won many international competitions, he has a prestigious awards in the arts...
Digital Geisha - © Android Jones

Psychedelic Art & Surreal Photoshop Painting / Android Jones

Android Jones seeks to expand the infinite boundaries of reality. He is a techno-mystic visual pioneer of digital art. He draws on a classical background of academic and traditional skills to interface with the machine, communicate to the mind and connect to the heart...
© Simone Bossi

Duecentosessanta MQ art pavillion / Simone Bossi

The Italian architect won this year's 260MQ International Competition, which encourages artists and designers to transform a certain space into something beautiful and useful. Bossi's Duecentosessanta MQ (Italian for 260 square meters) is a scenic and serene man-made forest and lake in Trento, Italy...