Once again I'm here to show you some beautiful and inspiring artworks I found on Instagram. I'm talking about the stylish work of @ronaldrestituyo. Ronald is a 25 years old artist from the Dominican Republic. He has an civil engineering degree and is a self-taught artist. The colors, lines and style of his pieces are really inspiring, take a look. I draw since I was a kid and I started painting in 2011. My passion is art. I love to work with different techniques and materials. Most of my pieces are based on the female body, which great shapes are an endless source of inspiration. More about Ronald: Personal Website Instagram Society6
Signalstarr aka Nick Stewart Hoyle is a graphic artist based in London, UK. His work reminds me a lot of the inspired mid 80s retro art like Pink Floyd and OMNI Magazine. I love his play with the mixture of washed textures and overlays. Check him out! All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr All Rights to Signalstarr Links More about Signalstarr: http://signalstarr.com Follow Signalstarr on Instagram: https://instagram.com/signalstarr
Thomas Lamadieu uses photos of the sky from between buildings and makes really cool art over it. His artistic aim is to show a different perception of urban architecture and the everyday environment around us, what we can construct with a boundless imagination. For more from Thomas Lamadieu visit thomaslamadieu.com.
This card deck is an awesome art project where each single card is illustrated with an art piece from a different artist. Check out the many art pieces within this card deck. Enjoy! For more info visit playingarts.com From the two of clubs to the ace of spades, each card in this deck has been individually designed by one of the 54 selected international artists in their distinct style and technique.
I love to browse Instagram to indulge my eyes with beautiful images. In one of my explorations I found the account e.ying and was amazed by its colorful and expressive artworks. The account belongs to Emily Tan, a very creative and talented artist from Suffolk, UK. I loved her style. Beautiful delicate lines and strong colors delivering powerful images that will certainly get your attention. Her pieces are truly inspiring. From stamps to textile, from movie posters to a nice series for WWF UK, Emily has a wide range of work for you to check out at her website. Also make sure to follow her at Instagram. Emily Tan is one of the most innovative and naturally gifted image makers of recent times. A minimalist, a maximalist, utilizing multiple techniques and mediums together with a unique style, creating art of exceptional imagination and distinction. All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan All Rights to Emily Tan More about Emily: emilytan.co.uk Instagram Etsy
Low Poly art is becoming quite popular lately, it's a great polygon 3D effect that being used as a relative term to this new art. I've came across by Jona Dinges's work and I found that his low poly art is beautifully detailed. Check it out for yourself. All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges All Rights to Jona Dinges Links More info about Jona Dinges: https://dribbble.com/jonadinges Follow Jona Dinges on Behance: https://www.behance.net/jonadinges7b7c
Wallpaper magazine's January beauty news inspired this post on Juniper Ridge, a fragrance distillery founded in 1998 and located in my new stomping grounds of Oakland, CA. I'm personally obsessed with the art of perfume making simply because of the rush of vivid memories one experiences when smelling a particular scent. Juniper Ridge is the world's only wild fragrance company comprised of hikers and backpackers, not your typical fashion or luxury goods folks. Their process entails distilling colognes and perfumes from the backcountry like in the good old days of how perfumes were first made. Juniper Ridge is special because the entire scent design is contained in house, from beginning to end. Here we feature some vivid imagery showcasing the process of "designing" a perfume, from foraging around in the backcountry to the end result bottled up and evoking the quiet beauty of such dreamy places like Big Sur, the Mojave Desert or the Sierra Mountains. Also enjoy a glimpse into the new packaging artwork designed by Chief Storyteller of Juniper Ridge, Obi Kaufmann.
Glenn Jones is one of my favorite illustrators and he started an art print collection inspired by his life growing up and living in New Zealand and iconic pop culture. Check them out! All these prints are available at glennjonesart.com. Harbour Master Beach Store At The Bach Again Stoked Pet Fish Playing Statues Elbow Grease Take A Seat Handy Summer Love Sauce With That You Choose Cool Kids Perfect Day I Know What You Did Last Summer
I am a fan of Pixel Art, I think it might be because of my addiction to video-games in the 80s and 90s or just because they are awesome. Octavi Navarro,a self-taught painter and children’s books illustrator from Barcelona, is one of few illustrators that keeps this style alive. Pixel, Huh is a project that mixes painting techniques with some of the limitations of classic pixel art, resulting in very personal illustrations that tell unique stories. The idea behind Pixels, Huh came from my love for classic graphic adventure games that I played so much since my parents bought a Commodore 64, when I was 9 years old. I was blown away with the rich worlds those first designers and artists where able to create with heavy technical limitations. For more information about Octavi check out his site at http://pixelshuh.tumblr.com/
Artist Tang Chiew Ling from Malaysia created these illustrations made by few types of leaves and also mixed with my hand drawing. Using inconspicuous/ unattractive leaves to create fun, hope and happiness. For more from Tang Chiew Ling visit behance.net/tangchiewling. A lovely little couple walking in the rain. Kite surfing. Another lovely little couple or maybe brother and sister with love shape balloons. A little girl is blowing out her dreams through the bubbles. Let's start our journey with this amazing boat. A couple is enjoying their dating under a big warm tree. What a wonderful childhood! Inspired by one of my favorite artist Banksy.
Artist Bee Vision is a exhibition of fictional beer labels created by 20 different artists and each label is more amazing than the other. I selected some of them to share with you so sit back and enjoy! Flayed Bandit – Daggers for Teeth Simple Suff – Dee Dee Kid Brain Bomb – Drew Millward Black Ape – DXTR Cryo Sleep Dream – Guy Mckinley Tiger Piss – Hydro 74 Brain Pain – Iain Macarthur Death Brew – Megamunden King Bonobo – Pedro Oyarbide 3rd Eye – Tom Newell
The House Of Peroni - an event by M & C Saatchi. They invited Baroncelli, the visionary lighting design studio, to design an installation inspired by Rome. The result, a phantasma. Baroncelli's modular lighting system built as mechanisms to create the old Roma. I was given the task to design four walls which married the products to the context. Using white chalk pens; 60mm and 30mm. The main aim was to expand the room, using perspective and various vanishing points to achieve the feeling of walking into the landscape only the mind can construct. With only 3-4 days to get the room finished, we eventually pulled it off- bringing the old Roma and new Roma to life. If you are in London; head on down to Lincoln Inn fields; The House Of Peroni, to view the installation and several other talented artists and designers who took up residency for the month of October.
Agostino Lacurci is a Italian artist and has been painting huge murals all over Europe. His style is very artistic and different from any graffiti you have seen before. Enjoy! For more from Agostino Lacurci visit agostinoiacurci.com. Abithoudini Via Lugaro, Turin (Italy) Fish’n'kids Via del Porto Fluviale, Rome Beardwatching Univerisity Campus, Besançon (France). Punti di fuga Murals made for Rebibbia on the Wall project. Created in collaboration with a group of 15 inmates on the courtyard walk’s walls, in the “Maximum security” unit of Rebibbia prison. Curated by Walls. Autostalk Zagreb. Made for MUU, Zagreb Urban Art Museum. Pietro non torna indietro Via Lavizzari 5, Lugano (CH) The dialogue Made for Le Mur, Oberkampf, Paris. Future Simple Las Armas district, Zaragozza, Spain
Cristina and Cyla are artists from Brazil and had the chance to paint an amazing art mural in Bushwick, Brooklyn, as a tribute to the great poet Paulo Leminski who would be 70 years old in August 2014. Check it out! For more from Cristina and Cyla visit behance.net/Criatipos
New Zealand artist James Harkins creates some pretty cool 3d artworks that interacts with people at the beach, from a distance everything makes sense and it's pretty amazing. For more from James Harkins visit James Harkins on Facebook.
These awesome graffiti murals were done for Pow! Wow! Hawaii, an amazing art event that has artists from all over the globe involved to create amazing art. Check them out! Find out more about Pow! Wow! Hawaii at powwowhawaii.com. Mural by Kinsey dedicated to his father “Welcome to Paradise” mural by Trav Elvis mural by Madsteez Mural by Reach Mural by Push Painted by Mung Monster and Whomu of MOK Mural by Justin Park Iron Man and owls by Meggs and Bask One half Meggs and one half Phibs Gif-iti wall by Roids and Insa Mural by Inti dedicated to his deceased dog Wooden Wave and formerly known as Vers Hawaii Lucky Olelo renders his signature lotus designs on Cafe Duck Butt
Jeff Friesen started playing with legos along with his daughter and took it to a whole other level when he decided to recreate masterpieces of the well known street artist Banksy. Check them out! For more from Jeff Friesen visit thebrickfantastic.com. Balloon Girl There is always hope. Especially if you tie it to your wrist. Banana Pulp Never bring a gun to a fruit fight. Bouquet Thrower Strong-arm Flower Delivery specializes in tragically forbidden love. Photo Opportunity There's got to be an angle of Big Ben the world hasn't seen, though it's not for lack of trying. Kissing Coppers The police are enthusiastic supporters of stop-and-frisk policies. Like a Rat on a Wire Experts say that in London you are never less than 12 meters away from a tightrope-walking rat. Just Following Orders The Royal Urban Stencil Regiment is a secret branch of the Queen's Guard. Their ritual "nicking of the spray paint" is a rarely photographed ceremony in London hardware shops. Old Skool You never really know who your future self is going to be. It's probably better that way. Keep It Real Say yes to your inner monkey. Hanging Around Tightey-whiteys are not Frank's first choice for public display. Perhaps parachute pants will be a better choice for next time. Haring Terrier Keith Haring's successes as a dog breeder are overshadowed by his achievements in the art world. Maid in London Secret sweeper. The Mother of Anarchy Raising a well-presented anarchist has never been easier in these tumultuous times. Paleo Diet Follow your instincts: devour sugar, carbs, and mystery meat whenever you come across them. Force 5 Fridge Surreal storm approaching. Deep Sea Diners It's prudent to wear full protection on a first date.