I love letterings, it brings back great memories from my childhood going to the farmers market on Sundays with my parents not to mention every neighborhood grocery had tons of lettering for prices, promotions and advertisings. It's amazing to see that this craft is getting stronger again and seeing the work that Jackson Alves put together for poster for the Mexican beer Sol is true proof of that. The Advertising Agency Talent from São Paulo (Brazil) hired me to create two handmade posters for the Mexican beer SOL. One with chalk lettering and the other with sign painting, which was a great challenge because I didn't have sign painting experience. I sent the original pieces to the agency and their team added the beer bottle and finished the ad pieces and the great TV AD. Check out the project. Making of Sol beer – Sign painting and chalk lettering from jackson alves on Vimeo. Final result Sol's official AD for TV Jackson Alves is a letterer, calligrapher and teacher, based in Curitiba, south of Brazil. For more information visit http://www.jacksonalves.com/
Digital painting is a big thing... we get to see it all the time, and it's great because we all love good art, right? But it's always great when we get to see some stunning traditional paintings like these by Mexican painter Eduardo Calzado. He's got a mind blowing style. These are so awesomely painted that it's just crazy to know these where done in the traditional way with paint and all. Here you can see just a few of Eduardo's pieces. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at DeviantART. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did! Cheers. ;) In the Tree Woman's Intuition Vortex of Creation Ambivalence Goodbyes The Dance Parallels Maternal Instincts States of Consciousness Horse Happiness Tree of Life Ascension Two Souls Hope for the Future Manifestation of the Higher Self In your arms
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.
When you talk about the Renaissance the thing that comes to the mind is art! Magnificent art. We're talking about Michelangelo, Da Vinci, and all the ninja turtles (just kidding). And a place where you'll find concentrated art is a cathedral. Cathedrals were the perfect canvas for Renaissance artists... there you'll find amazing sculptures and breathtaking ceiling art. Those ceilings are something completely apart! So I thought it was really important to share with you some of the most amazing cathedral ceilings in the world. Of course some of these are modern cathedrals, but they still got fantastic art. These photographs were taken by some really talented people. Please, for more of their work and for the locations of each cathedral, simply click in each image. They'll definitely appreciate your visit. I hope you enjoy this selection, and if you got your own cathedral ceiling art pictures, share it with us! Cheers. ;) Nicolò Panzeri Mark Carline Andy Mansfield Heather Chris Sinnett Matthew Scerri Martin Hunte bezmyaso Ted Dobosz Alan Gemski Mark Harshil Shah dieselgolfer paul cripps Ken Hircock Roy Lathwell J J Philipp Chistyakov Boris Kafka John McCabe Udo Schröter Jules Emm Kitty Wheeler Shaw Josep Puigdemont Daniel-Ryan Imlau dougoram1969 Lars Hammar
Cyril Rolando is a Hobbyist Digital Painter from France and loves the universe of Tim Burton and Hayoa Miyazaki. His digital paintings are quite impressive for a hobby, check them out! For more from Cyril Rolando visit behance.net/aquasixio. Home Sweet Home Follow Our Rules Technicolor Save Our Souls After the rain Pursuit of Happiness Blowing Bubbles Le Pianoquarium The hope Missed Deadlines Feral String Don't trash your dreams Silent prayers
Incredible work by the artist Alexa Meade who reinvented the way to paint portraits. Alexa paints directly on the surfaces of live models and found objects in three-dimensional space, collapsing real world depth into seemingly two-dimensional paintings. Enjoy! For more from Alexa Meade visit alexameade.com.
The Nike symbol, also known as the Swoosh, is one of the most important icons of modern culture. The simplicity is memorable and we can spot and identify anywhere around the globe. Now, imagine merging this iconic logo with a classic painting from the Baroque and Renaissance? The guys behind Swooshart http://swooshart.tumblr.com/ have been making that reality. It's somewhat of a clash of ideologies and styles but in my opinion they look awesome. For more information visit: http://swooshart.tumblr.com/
Every country has a different style of graffiti, today I want to show a little bit of the Chilean style. Let me introduce you to ESTOY, a graffiti artist who paints the streets of Santiago Chile with some awesome pieces. Enjoy! For more about ESTOY visit facebook.com/estoyestay, and behance.net/estoy.
These amazing photo realistic Oil Paintings are done by Swedish painter Andreas Englund. In this series Andreas portraits the life of a superhero telling a story with his amazing paintings. For more from Andreas Englund visit andreasenglund.com, and behance.net/AndreasEnglund. Challenging the stereotype of the Superhero. I want to make pieces that communicate stories. With the storytelling key elements. That’s where the Superhero concept came to life. I wanted to let people get to know the man behind the mask and tell his story uncensored. My superhero is far from perfect but that doesn't mean he is isn´t good. He's just human. Perfect people is just boring and predictable and who wants that?
We have yet another instagram post, this time is an amazing artist & designer from Czech Republic who loves to share his works and process on instagram. Take a look at these amazing painting & Drawings and let us know what you think. For more from Creative Mints visit his Instagram instagram.com/emotionslive and art.creativemints.com. My name is Mike, I'm 30, living and working in Prague, Czech Republic. I've been interested in art and design since I was a kid and I've been always looking for a way to express the emotions and feelings that surround me. I'm most fascinated and inspired by Renaissance art but I like to explore different styles – from impressionism to abstract art. I've been experimenting more lately too, looking for fresh styles and trends – for me the path of an artist is one of constant search for something new.
Antoine Renault is a self taught painter from France who loves to paint the water. Whether it's a pool, the ocean a simple water splash, Antoine paintings are simply amazing. Enjoy! Water is always in my colors. the sea is never far away. And light as close as possible! I do everything for her to come home. In fact, my real motivation is her. It remains the guiding thread of my inspiration. Seas, skies, clouds and reflections beach ... She is my best muse for a happy painting! For more from Antoine Renault visit antoinerenault.com, facebook.com/AntoineRenault, and saatchionline.com/antoinerenault.
Jacek Yerka is an amazing painter from Poland. His subject matter ranges from odd beasts to whimsical landscapes incorporating extraordinary architecture, and includes imagery gleaned from his childhood. I handpicked a few of his pieces so we can take a close look at his world of painting. For more from Jacek Yerka visit yerkaland.com.
Jacqui Oakley & Jamie Lawson are one of of the most creative couples out there, together they were invited to live paint a mural at the Agenda NYC tradeshow for Flexfit/Basecamp. Check out the process and the amazing final result. For more from Poly Studio visit polystudio.ca, for more from Jacqui Oakley visit jacquioakley.com, and for more from Jamie Lawson blog.jamielawsonart.com. The Agenda Trade Show is a forum for streetwear lines, such as Brixton, Reebok, Herschel, Vans etc., with a strong emphasis in style, art, music and culture. We were given a big 12×8′ freestanding wall and kindly given free reign by the awesome Basecamp folks to do as we please. We thought since this was the NYC Agenda show we’d go with a New York theme and the first one that came to mind was obviously everyone’s favourite monkey, KING KONG!
Yunior Hurtado is an amazing artist from Cuba. His oil painting are very alive an exotic, with a realistic look that express strong feelings through the portraits. Enjoy! For more from Yunior Hurtado visit behance.net/hurtadoart. My canvases evoke an illusion of reality starting from an algorithm containing the movement of 24 frames per second. The intention isn't photographic reference, where I conform to a photo's smooth surface, instead the objective is to capture the image's movement and endow it with character, with the volume that oil paintings are capable of offering any image. The focus of my work extends to vast number of variants where the technique fades so the the style can show, in this case, a visually pleasing bi-dimensional perspective.
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.
Nowadays, almost every photographer use graphics software to completer the picture, like many painters used a "original version" in the past. Some artists use pure imagination to paint their artworks, other may prefer to create art by using a real life model as reference for the anatomy. What if these abstract models were real people? These abstract models were created by Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi, for more from Flora visit behance.net/yayuniversal
Is it a photograph or a painting? It's normal to ask that question after you see some of Keng Lye's work, the level of realism on his paintings is incredible. This series is called "Alive without Breath" and it's all created by layering epoxy resin and acrylic paint. For more from Keng Lye visit his DeviantART Gallery and his Facebook. Keng uses a technique based on Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori who would paint 3D gold fish using a complex process of poured resin. The fish are painted The fish are painted meticulously, layer by layer, the sandwiched slices revealing slightly more about each creature, similar to the function of a 3D printer. I really enjoy the rich depth of the pieces and the optical illusion aspect, it's such an odd process that results in something that's both a painting and sculptural. I started my first series in 2012 where all the illustrations were “flat” and depth was created using the layering of resin and acrylic over the different parts of the illustration. This year, I started on the octopus and it was purely an experiment; I just wanted to see whether I could push this technique to a higher level. After applying acrylic paint straight onto the resin, I incorporated a 3-D element in this instance, it was a small pebble for the ranchu and octopus. For the turtle, I used an egg shell for the turtle shell and acrylic paint for the rest of the finishing. The whole idea here was to give the art work an even more 3D effect therefore you can have a better view from any angle. I think there are still many other techniques to explore. For more from Keng Lye visit his DeviantART Gallery and his Facebook.