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Intricate Pen And Pencil Drawings By Johanna Basford

These fabulous illustrations are the work of Scotland-based artist Johanna Basford. Johanna is an “ink evangelist”, every drawing beginning in pencil first, then re-drawn in ink, when more details are added, and in the end the entire work is scanned in Photoshop where the finishing touches are made. She also published two coloring books for...
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Scrap Metal Sculptures By Flavio Zarck

It always seems that creating something out of scrap, recycling, making anything out of something that wasn’t originally intended for that purpose, is damn hard. But self-taught sculptor Flavio Zarck makes it look so easy. It’s hard to imagine his works
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The Art Of Kaye Blegvad

Kaye Blegvad is an illustrator, designer, and “general maker-of-things”, as she says about herself, in the third person. Her illustrations depict mostly women, in various situations, in a blunt, sometimes brutal matter. But her works have a certain
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The Art Of Alexxander Dovelin

I wanted to ask you to stay. Just a little while longer. I was rushing, a storm of change, trying to become the person I was bound to. Playing catch up, fast forwarding time, trying to play out the future you’d miss. It was too soon, too fast, we couldn’t get
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Martine Johanna, An Artist Seeking Freedom

The art of Martine Johanna stands in the place where illustration and contemporary figurative painting meet. It's a kind of art that explores the female inner world, with all its insanities and ideals, a place kept hidden from the patriarchal standards.
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Colorful Illustrations By MACIllust

MACIllust, aka Miguel Angel Carrasco is a designer and illustrator based in Orlando, Florida. His colorful illustrations are inspired from the artist’s dreams and nightmares, and are a mix of things, envisioning the real and the surreal, aliens, robots,
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The Dark City Project By Francesco Romoli

The Dark City project takes a slightly different approach to conceptual photography. Francesco Romoli is combining two series - "Possible Worlds" and "Reality show”- somewhat opposite to one another, using an analogue technique, using a Polaroid, and a digital
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National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest 2014

And this year too, the judges at the National Geographic Traveler magazine have had the very hard task of choosing the winners from the 18,000 entries received from all around the globe. Here are a few of the winning photographs of this year. You can check out