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 it's a dream, nightmare, or fantasy.
Unable to hold a paintbrush after living nearly 15 years with Multiple Sclerosis, Austin based painter Shana Stern uses her fingers, both on top of the canvas for pieces like “Being Alone Together” which she did entirely with her thumbs… and also
Self-taught artist Tiffany Bozic has spent most of her life in the middle of the nature, studying and observing wildlife in its beauty and struggle. Her paintings are created on maple panels of wood, using a complex technique the artist developed throughout the
Henri Lamy is a french figurative painter, whose love for painting was actually induced by his father at an early age. Henri is a fan of Pollock's drip paintings, a painting technique that consists in dropping paint, or even throwing it from the pallet knife
Jakuesta Kuesta is a Spanish artist currently residing between Santiago de Compostela and the island of Ibiza. The geometric, almost architectural shapes we find in his paintings, matched by vivid and contrasting colors, are inspired by the north of Spain and the
The man behind the Art Mob is Los Angeles based artist Dennis Bredow. His retro-modern work is a celebration of the ever-optimistic 1950's, an era of exuberance and remarkable craftsmanship in graphic design. He works with birch panels and acrylic paint, sanding
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