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John Alcorn (1935-1992) was a highly versatile and gifted graphic designer of the 20th century, known for his colorful, folk-style illustrations.
Trained in photography, Jung Lee is a Korean artist best known for her photographs of text-based light installations set directly into landscapes.
English artist Dylan Andrews’ charcoal portraiture encourages viewers to get lost in the ambiguity and patterns in the play of shadows upon a face.
A great art combination of Hilarity and Horror illustrations by Monica Cook.
Rachel Bess is an American artist whose work showcases her skill in traditional oil painting and her unique blend of surrealism and satirical style.
More great movie posters featuring the stylized illustrations of the late 20’s to early 80’s – Part 2
Some unique portraits of mid-shake puppies by Carli Davidson.
Hi Thai Art Lovers! Here’s another weekly list of the best new contemporary, traditional and abstract paintings up on Onarto this week, by Tor, Poom, etc.
Sacha Goldberger merges the modern day heroes and villains with 17th century art and shows a way to discover the melancholy of invincible people.
Pavel Vetrov shows a mixture of colors and street art + plain white in a hotel room concept.
Displaying different lifestyles of human beings on earth by Cinta Vidal Agulló
Skip Hursh is an American designer, animator and artist with a style that combines art and design through works both simple and complex.
Andrea Bowers is a feminist and social activist artist based out of L.A. that works in various mixed media, including video, installation and drawing.
Australian artist Monica Rohan’s gentle compositions feature subjects floating or falling through crumpled layers of patterns and luscious foliage.
35 000 great master paintings in high definition digital format. Those are available to download from the National Gallery of Art of Washington DC.
Amazing photos of various dog breeds leaping in mid-air.
London-based artist Eleanor Macnair recreates the world’s most beloved and iconic photographs in everyday, children’s Play-Doh.
Okuda San Miguel commissioned to thoroughly cover a 100-year old church-turned skate park into giant showcase for his vibrant, geometric style street art.
A great underwater portraiture of playful puppies by Seth Cassel.