A collection of portrait paintings done by Canadian painter Jace Kim. Each portrait is mysterious and has and raw in such an awesome way, it's almost like faces are being born out of a mix of raw lines and colors. Enjoy! For more from Jace Kim visit behance.net/apologies.
Robert Proch is a Painter and Muralist who lives and works in Poznań, Poland. These paintings have a futuristic feeling and a style that I haven't encountered before, it leaves so much for the imagination to feel in. Enjoy! For more from Robert Proch visit proch.madkittens.pl and behance.net/robertproch. For more from Robert Proch visit proch.madkittens.pl and behance.net/robertproch.
Jason Edmiston is a illustrator since 1996, having already created work for fine arts, advertising, editorial, packaging and book publishing clients all around the globe. What impresses me most is the fact he's a traditional artist, most of his artworks are paintings in acrylic on watercolour paper or wood panel, techniques that can be really time consuming, but also give great results. Also he got a really good sense of humor, mixing references in order to create new ideas. You can see more artworks from Jason at his Official Website or at his Devianart Gallery. Famous Monsters Lord Voldemort Slimed The Fly The Grinch Who Stole Christmas Revolver 100 Monster Mash final Diemonds: The Bad Pack King Kong Blogs final Zombie Prom Hibernation Harley Quinn at the Carnival Cobra wants you Monsters of Rock: Tommy Monsters of Rock: Joey Monsters of Rock: Dee Monsters of Rock: Billy Monsters of Rock: Axl Monsters of Rock: Angus
Flesh and Acrylic is an amazing project create by Ben Heine, the idea is to create a canvas blending the model with the background and the execution was amazing, very colorful and strong results. In this post you will take a look inside the project and find out how it was done. Flesh and Acrylic still an ongoing project, if you interested on the concept or being a model contact Ben Heine, you can find him at flickr flickr.com/photos/benheine Details Details
I must admit that sometimes I get really bored of design / art in general, sometimes we really need something / somebody to show us that we haven't seen everything. The art of Mia Araujo has definitely brought me back attention to fine arts, I mean, we can't deny that even if photoshop and all these softwares can simulate a lot of effects really well, beautifully done artworks using only a brush and acrylic paints will never be replacable. If you want to know more about Mia and her artworks, please access her Website or her Flickr.
Since the first time I saw a piece made of acrylic, and I remember pretty well I saw what a called a very impressive 'transparent' chair, I got amazed about how some designers can think of new and beautiful ways to apply cool materials to our day to day stuff. I added some nice samples I found of product designs using acrylic, so you can check it out and maybe add it into your home decor.