Danny O’Connor (aka DOC) is a UK based artist, whose work is focused mostly on portrait and figurative painting. His works are inspired by comic books, character design, illustrations, and graffiti, using a wide range of media like acrylics, ink, spray paint markers. Enjoy these beautiful portraits!
The artist Julie Bender uses the ancient craft of wood burning, or pyrography, and creates the most beautiful portraits of nature and animals. In traditional terms, pyrography is the art of drawing with fire, using a heated tip or wire to burn or scorch designs
Quebec-based artist Steven Spazuk has a the most unusual technique of drawing: he exposes the canvas to fire and uses the soot left in the surface to etch his drawings. The idea came to him in 2011 and he doesn't show signs of quitting this technique.
Yoko Furusho is a Japanese artist and illustrator that lives in New York. Born in Tokyo, the artist moved to New York to study illustration at the School of Visual Arts, building her career as a professional illustrator/artist. In her illustrations, she draws
Woolff Gallery, London, presents a dynamic new series of paintings by artist Oona Hassim. Her solo exhibition will open on 26 January, 2012, ending March, 15, 2012. Her unique style of painting lies between figurative and abstract. Her works reflect the city’s
Architect by training, Otto Bjornik is more than an illustrator. He's a storyteller. His ink and pen illustrations bring to life fairy tale landscapes locked away into our childhood dreams. His whimsical works, filled with intricate details are influenced by
Oleg Shuplyak is the creator of these amazing optical illusions, where he merges famous figures, like John Lennon, Pablo Picasso, Sigmund Freud, Charles Darwin, with scenery from nature. Each optical illusion reveals two separate images that in some cases take
Italian artist Marco Mazzoni is the creator of these colored pencils compositions. The artist approaches the natural beauty theme, featuring faces adorned with blossoming flowers, birds and butterflies. The eyes are replaced by glowing voids, emphasizing the