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.
Sonya Kanelstrand is a Norwegian photographer whose art goes beyond what meets the eye, uncovering the inner beauty of the landscape, a realm of surreal bursting with creativity, where our mind and soul are free. She draws inspiration from the nature, with all its
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1977, Fernando Hereñú, aka Pulpo is a latin american artist long recognized for his complex composition and surrealistic style. His dark style draws its inspiration from earlier generations of cartoon artists, 1970's comicbook
Abounding in details and colors, Lindsey Carr's artworks depict a fantastic variety of whimsical animals, that come to life in a surreal ambiance. Her works are mainly influenced by 18th Century European and Chinese art and tell the story of a world long forgotten,
Bhumika Bhatia is a 22 year old self-taught Contemporary Portrait and Editorial photographer from India. She always had visions that she was here for a purpose. Always dreamt of a world where everything was extraordinary, with a hint of fantasy and romanticism,
Sachin Teng is an artist living and working in New York City. He attended Pratt Institute for BFA in Communication Design with a focus in Illustration. For him art is everything, "the original subliminal message" that influences every aspect of ones life. I
Nataly Abramovich, aka Kukula, was born in an isolated village near Tel Aviv. She grew up with Holocaust survivors, which is why her childhood imagination was a mix of fantasy worlds with princesses and horror stories of World War II.
Jung Yeon Min is a Korean artist, born in 1979, in Kwangju, South Korea. In her surrealist works, the artist breaks the boundaries of imagination, transporting the viewer into the world of extraordinary, where the macro and micro coexist and rules of physical space