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.
These hyper-realistic paintings are the works of Rome based Spanish artist Rubén Belloso. His paintings represent both real and fictional characters and they are so detailed and expressive that one might think they are photographs.
More than 15 years ago, Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada started making urban art in New York. The Cuban-born artist is renown for his gigantic scale charcoal drawings of anonymous people. RG's works are more than just huge drawings on a building; they represent a social
Alice X. Zhang, also known as Alicexz or Silverqe is a Hong Kong based graphic designer and illustrator, who graduated the Rhode Island School of Design, in 2006, with a BFA in Graphic Design. Her amazing illustrations are bursting with bright and strong colors,
Nina Say Cheese is a collection of very creative child portraits by artist Vanessa Lewis, that captures the most spontaneous moments in a child's life, showing their delightful character. The portraits are taken against beautiful bespoke sets and the kids wear cute
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
Nick Gentry is a British graduate of Central St Martins and has exhibited in the UK, USA and Europe. Insipired by the sociological impact of a new internet culture, his portraits use a combination of obsolete media formats, making a comment on waste culture, life
Andrew Meyers is a California-based artist who has developed this unique way of making portraits out of screws. He drives thousands screws at various depths, creating awesome 3D images. Once the screws are in at the correct depth, he paints over each head
Zac Freeman started making assemblage artworks of this type in 1999 and he began collecting junk often found around the trash. He then glued all these pieces to a wooden substrate to form these awesome portraits. His artworks are assembled on a large-scale and