Miami-based artist Jason Seife has beautifully created paintings inspired by complex patterns found in Persian carpets using a combination of acrylic and ink. Seife work is based on the history of classic carpet designs, with particular choices of pattern and color for ancient weaving craft in a new light.
French artist David Bayo created a beautifully shaded portrait using his rotring rapidograph technical pen to place a seemingly endless flow of tiny dots. The portrait took nearly 90 hours to complete, with 1 million ink dots. Watch the video below.
Tokyo-based computer graphics artists, the Ishikawas, has created an incredible realistic computer-generated Japanese school girl, called Saya. The husband and wife, Teruyuki and Yuki Ishikawa posted the computer generated image online, and have since seen them reposted thousands of times as people trying to figure out if Saya is real or not. The couple are planning… Continue reading Amazing Realistic Computer-Generated Japanese Girl
Digital artist Jirka Väätäinen from Melbourne, Australia has created portraits of ‘real life’ Disney characters, like Cinderella’s Prince Charming, along with Princes Phillip, Eric and Adam from Sleeping Beauty, all brought to life through digital painting. John Smith from Pocahontas, Aladdin, Hercules and Tarzan also feature in the series. Previously, Väätäinen also enjoyed viral success with his series of images… Continue reading Famous Disney Characters Brought To Life
New York City-based artist Sean Yoro paints hyper-realistic murals of women all while floating on water! Yoro, aka hula, carefully carrying cans of colored paint on the edge of his board to produce these gorgeous paintings on concrete walls, creating a realistic reflection effect on water. Check out the rest of the artist beautiful paintings on his Instagram account. via: My Modern Met
Filmmaker Dave Kaufman created a time-lapse video that documents the simple yet incredibly beautiful process behind Holton Rower’s series of pour paintings. The New York-based artist and his team use this pour technique to build up multiple layers of paint to create these amazing pieces of art.
Artist Ivan Hoo, from Singapore, earns a living from his realistic drawings and paintings that look like photographs. The 31-year-old takes up to three days to complete the impressive pieces, which include animal portraits and still life drawings of everyday items such as a Starbucks plastic cup or Nutella chocolate jar and a broken eggs. Most… Continue reading Hyper Realistic Artworks By Ivan Hoo
Venezuela-based artist Gustavo Silva Nuñez creates an incredibly hyperrealistic oil paintings of people swimming in water, his use of light and reflections making them appear three-dimensional. Nuñez has been posting work-in-progress photos of his work on his Instagram account.