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Colorful Doors of Dublin Illustrations

Colorful Doors of Dublin Illustrations

#Illustration, Graphic
Art lover, Al Power is an Irish illustrator based in Dublin. For this series of illustration, the artist took an interest in the famous Victorian doors of the Irish capital. The colorful doors of Dublin houses are both elements of distinction and unity. Al Power gave himself the mission to represent the diversity of these architectural symbols thanks to his splendid illustrations.                                     Author: Alice Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
Sally West’s Beach Paintings

Sally West’s Beach Paintings

#painting, Graphic, Uncategorized
Sally West studies Australian beaches’ colors with delicate oil paintings. Many of her works are inspired by the Freshwater Beach, a famous spot for surfers. This amazing view is enriched by different levels of painting giving it an incredible multidimensional texture. Author: Costanza Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
Creative Photo Collages by Rachael Jablo

Creative Photo Collages by Rachael Jablo

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Taking inspiration from the work of British botanist Anna Atkins, Rachael Jablo creates splendid flower collages. For this series entitled “Where are you going, where have you been ?”, the artiste first made photograms of decomposed flowers. Rachael Jablo explores the interactions between the light and the flowers which creates shadows and reflections. She then cut the photogram and piece them back into impressive collages which give a new life and new shapes to the flowers. Through her work, Rachael Jablo questions the notions of creation and destruction as well as the concept of time itself. Author: Alice Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
Perfect Real Time Collages by Kalen Hollomon

Perfect Real Time Collages by Kalen Hollomon

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Based in New-York, Kalen Hollomon explores the art of photomontage in his own way. For his project “Realtime Collage”, he walked around the city, armed with image cut-outs to create in situ visual illusions. Whether they are black and white or colored, the photographs are perfectly integrated into the New York of today. Sometimes subversive, Kalen Hollomon’s creations question our society, the interactions between subjects and objects as well as our perception of our environment. Author: Alice Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
Creative 8-Bits GIFs of Daily Life in Japan

Creative 8-Bits GIFs of Daily Life in Japan

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Artist Toyoi Yuuta imagines beautiful GIFs in 8-bits revealing the daily life in Japan. The beginning or the end of the day in the subway, nature, the life at home or in the bars and shops. An original way to discover parts of Japanese life. Author: Léa Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
Cesar Pelizer Funny Food Project for The Feel Good Bakery

Cesar Pelizer Funny Food Project for The Feel Good Bakery

#Illustration, Graphic
Cesar Pelizer teamed up with weareseventeen productions in order to realize a cartoon for the charity project of The Feel Good Bakery. The film mixes foodart and pop art featuring some healthy ingredients meeting each others to create a “feel good” sandwich. A very funny and original project. Feel Good Bakery Awareness Film from César Pelizer on Vimeo. Author: Costanza Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
Fascinating Shapes and Colors by Niyi Okeowo

Fascinating Shapes and Colors by Niyi Okeowo

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Based in Lagos, Nigeria, Niyi Okeowo is a multidisciplinary artist who expresses himself through photography as well as graphic design. For this series entitled “Structures”, the artist took inspiration from modern architecture in order to explore interactions between light and colors. The result is digital compositions whose geometric shapes are enhanced by the lighting effects. Author: Alice Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico
Cute Miniature Watercolor Paintings

Cute Miniature Watercolor Paintings

#Illustration, Graphic
With her brushes, Rachel Beltz creates charming watercolor paintings of landscapes as well as animals or food. All of the young illustrator’s creations have a common point : they are no bigger than a quarter. The artiste makes miniatures whose stunning realism invites us to observe more careful the details of the world around us. Author: Alice Go to Source: Fubiz Media Powered by WPeMatico