Cayce Zavaglia is a painter. Aside from the usual gouaches and acrylic paints, she creates these amazing portraits by sewing with cotton and silk thread or crewel embroidery wool. She developed her own technique where she uses these materials to create hyper-realistic portraits. From up close, her sewing method looks just like the classic oil painting technique.
Next time you’re in Marijampolė, Lithuania, be sure to check out this amazing house. Painted by Lithuanian American artist Ray Bartkus, the house reflects in the water revealing this amazing painting. Not heading to Lithuania? Well then, just enjoy the
There are many ways you can tell a story. Pascal Campion decided to tell it through his drawings. Inspired by daily life, Pascal defines his illustrations as an energy that goes through him; it’s not part of him, he just channels it through his drawings.
A great find on Behance today is from Indonesia based artist Elicia Edijanto. These misty nature-inspired paintings are filled with love and tenderness, and the black-grey tones are there to emphasize just that. The paintings depict the unique bond between children
The beautiful thing about art is that everyone sees it in a different way. That goes for life as well. It’s all a matter of perspective, of being in the right place, at the right time. Here are a few creative examples of simple comics created by illustrator
This latest body of artwork from Russell West is a bold and striking collection of works all based around his highly unique dripped-paint process. West’s artwork is unrivalled in its style, the solid panes of colour representing walls, signage, apartment blocks,
Incredible as it may seem, these are not digital paintings. They are made with acrylic paint on wooden panels and they are absolutely fantastic. Japanese artist Naoto Hattori is the creator of these beauties, and his inspiration comes from his own mind, whether
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
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