Teamlab exhibits a sea full of screens that resembles ears of rice and true relationship between nature and mankind.
Paris-based sculptor Catherine Wilkening discusses her motivations, inspirations and the importance of following your instincts when it comes to making art.
Thai multi-disciplinary artist, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook’s works are renowned for their themes of death, life, spirituality.
Creative portraits of adoptable dogs in various poses by humane society of utah.
Brooklyn-based painter, Samantha French’s work explore escapism and the laid back vibe of summer days spent lounging poolside.
Displaying different lifestyles of human beings on earth by Cinta Vidal Agulló
Florida artist, Zac Freeman uses exclusively collected junk, including plastic containers, buttons, legos and bottles to create beautifully detailed portraits.
Amazing architectural illustrations bases on famous artworks.
Christian tagliavini combines history of art with modern technologies by recreating and painting protagonists.
More great movie posters featuring the stylized illustrations of the late 20’s to early 80’s – Part 2
Rachel Bess is an American artist whose work showcases her skill in traditional oil painting and her unique blend of surrealism and satirical style.
Since 1987, Tjalf Sparnaay has been producing mind-bending Hyperrealist works out of his studio in The Netherlands.
Sweet photo-shots of humans in different positions by Blake Little.
Tim Flach – the London-based photographer known for his abstract, anthropomorphic portraits of animals.
Tennessee-based, self-taught artist Brian Tull is known for his oil and acrylic paintings in photorealistic style.
Amazing hyperrealistic paintings made by Mike Dargas. Yes this is painting, no photography!
Provocateur and master of art photography, Robert Mapplethorpe remains one of the most well known American photographers of the 20th century.
One of Australia’s best realist painters, Juan Ford’s spectacular imagery grapples with the pressing issues and concerns of contemporary society.
Check out our picks for the best new street art of January 2016 – which ones are your favorite?