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  • 03 Oct 2016
    Amazing digital illustrations by Aditya Ikranegara.   by : Michael Dachstein source : inspirefirst.com
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  • Amazing digital illustrations by Aditya Ikranegara.   by : Michael Dachstein source : inspirefirst.com
    Oct 03, 2016 802  
  • 03 Oct 2016
    The Pepsi brand  has always commissioned brilliant creative advertising for decades. The latest one in their impressive portfolio is the 2015 Ping Pong Balls and Mouse Traps to recreate the process of nuclear fission on an enormous scale combined with LED lights is simply mind blowing. The creative work was assigned to London-based art-directors and filmmakers HarrimanSteel who executed this brilliantly. There were failed attempts for sure, but in the end they managed to get it right. See the final result video below:     source : inspirationsweb.com more info: harrimansteel.co.uk
    663   Posted by Artistter Team
  • The Pepsi brand  has always commissioned brilliant creative advertising for decades. The latest one in their impressive portfolio is the 2015 Ping Pong Balls and Mouse Traps to recreate the process of nuclear fission on an enormous scale combined with LED lights is simply mind blowing. The creative work was assigned to London-based art-directors and filmmakers HarrimanSteel who executed this brilliantly. There were failed attempts for sure, but in the end they managed to get it right. See the final result video below:     source : inspirationsweb.com more info: harrimansteel.co.uk
    Oct 03, 2016 663  
  • 03 Oct 2016
    Meticulously folding canvas and layering color, the art duo Stallman (Jason Hallman and Stephen Stum) turn a traditional painting surface on its head, using the structure of the canvas to give their works vibrant depth. The two artists are deeply inspired by gradients found in the natural world, their color selection and positioning appearing almost topographic. The Pacific Northwest based pair calls this body of work “Canvas on Edge,” giving canvas the leading roll within each each piece. By positioning the medium outward its curved shapes become all about depth and form and serve as large, elevated line drawings. Hallman and Stum (the two combined their names to create their artist title) are both partners in the studio and life. “We create together, one acting as the right side of the brain and the other the left,” says Stallman. “This union of dynamic minds dissolves the boundaries of what is possible turning the ordinary into extraordinary.” More info: facebook.com/StallmanStudioGallery/     by: Kate Sierzputowski source : thisiscolossal.com
    808   Posted by Artistter Team
  • Meticulously folding canvas and layering color, the art duo Stallman (Jason Hallman and Stephen Stum) turn a traditional painting surface on its head, using the structure of the canvas to give their works vibrant depth. The two artists are deeply inspired by gradients found in the natural world, their color selection and positioning appearing almost topographic. The Pacific Northwest based pair calls this body of work “Canvas on Edge,” giving canvas the leading roll within each each piece. By positioning the medium outward its curved shapes become all about depth and form and serve as large, elevated line drawings. Hallman and Stum (the two combined their names to create their artist title) are both partners in the studio and life. “We create together, one acting as the right side of the brain and the other the left,” says Stallman. “This union of dynamic minds dissolves the boundaries of what is possible turning the ordinary into extraordinary.” More info: facebook.com/StallmanStudioGallery/     by: Kate Sierzputowski source : thisiscolossal.com
    Oct 03, 2016 808  
  • 01 Oct 2016
    Typographic Graffiti Turns Building Into Masterpieces  Grafitti artist Daku created a stunning typographic piece of art using sunlight instead of paint. Titled ‘Time Changes Everything’, the piece visualises the concept of time with the help of letters and shadows. Words such as curiosity, charm, love, reality, and life can be read only from 09:30 AM to 14:30 PM – when a shadow falls directly on the wall. As the sun sets, the letters fade. Cool, huh? The piece can be found at the Lodhi Colony of New Delhi or take a look at some pics below!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Source: borepanda Image credits: Pranav Gohil & St+art India
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  • Typographic Graffiti Turns Building Into Masterpieces  Grafitti artist Daku created a stunning typographic piece of art using sunlight instead of paint. Titled ‘Time Changes Everything’, the piece visualises the concept of time with the help of letters and shadows. Words such as curiosity, charm, love, reality, and life can be read only from 09:30 AM to 14:30 PM – when a shadow falls directly on the wall. As the sun sets, the letters fade. Cool, huh? The piece can be found at the Lodhi Colony of New Delhi or take a look at some pics below!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Source: borepanda Image credits: Pranav Gohil & St+art India
    Oct 01, 2016 989  
  • 01 Oct 2016
    Macro photography is something I enjoy doing in my free time. I work as a children photographer for almost 8 years and I love it. I have always loved capturing the beauty of nature, especially in the small things. More info: 500px.com/dina90                                     source : boredpanda.com    
    918   Posted by Artistter Team
  • Macro photography is something I enjoy doing in my free time. I work as a children photographer for almost 8 years and I love it. I have always loved capturing the beauty of nature, especially in the small things. More info: 500px.com/dina90                                     source : boredpanda.com    
    Oct 01, 2016 918  
  • 01 Oct 2016
    A few months ago I shared some of the Family Friendly Street Art my kids and I make – painting rocks or sticks or leaves and hiding them around town to bring a smile to passers-by. This year we decided to massively expand the idea and take it to Grand Rapids MI during the world’s largest ArtPrize. In the past, my three oldest kids and I would paint around 40 objects to hide in town. But this time around, all six of my kids and I spent a year painting over 1,000 rocks! We painted all of them in matching pairs. Half of them are gathered together for display at the Children’s Museum so visitors can grasp the scope of it all. The other matching half are tucked around town in random places for families to spot and photograph. It’s like a giant game of I-Spy… or a real-life version of Pokemon GO! More info: artprize.org   My 6 kids and I painted over 1,000 rocks with a variety of fun faces.     We painted all of them in matching pairs. Half of them are gathered together for display at the Children’s Museum so visitorscan grasp the scope of it all.       The other matching half are tucked around town in random places for families to spot and photograph.         Video documenting the project:   source: boredpanda  
    647   Posted by Artistter Team
  • A few months ago I shared some of the Family Friendly Street Art my kids and I make – painting rocks or sticks or leaves and hiding them around town to bring a smile to passers-by. This year we decided to massively expand the idea and take it to Grand Rapids MI during the world’s largest ArtPrize. In the past, my three oldest kids and I would paint around 40 objects to hide in town. But this time around, all six of my kids and I spent a year painting over 1,000 rocks! We painted all of them in matching pairs. Half of them are gathered together for display at the Children’s Museum so visitors can grasp the scope of it all. The other matching half are tucked around town in random places for families to spot and photograph. It’s like a giant game of I-Spy… or a real-life version of Pokemon GO! More info: artprize.org   My 6 kids and I painted over 1,000 rocks with a variety of fun faces.     We painted all of them in matching pairs. Half of them are gathered together for display at the Children’s Museum so visitorscan grasp the scope of it all.       The other matching half are tucked around town in random places for families to spot and photograph.         Video documenting the project:   source: boredpanda  
    Oct 01, 2016 647  
  • 01 Oct 2016
    When it comes to spectacular scenery, few people get a better view than airline pilots. But instead of keeping those beautiful panoramas to himself, 747 pilot Christiaan van Heijst take stunning photographs that he kindly shares with the rest of us stuck in economy. "From an early age on I have found great joy in capturing the beauty of natural light in all its forms," writes Heijst on his website. "Later on, I combined that with flying and a new passion emerged. Seeing the entire world in my job, I feel privileged to be in a position to capture many different parts of the planet through my camera and immortalize the beauty of the places I visit." Shooting with a Nikon D800, the flying Dutchman captures beautiful pictures of thunderstorms, sunsets, full moons, and even the northern lights. More info: jpcvanheijst.com                                                 source: boredpanda.com  
    967   Posted by Artistter Team
  • When it comes to spectacular scenery, few people get a better view than airline pilots. But instead of keeping those beautiful panoramas to himself, 747 pilot Christiaan van Heijst take stunning photographs that he kindly shares with the rest of us stuck in economy. "From an early age on I have found great joy in capturing the beauty of natural light in all its forms," writes Heijst on his website. "Later on, I combined that with flying and a new passion emerged. Seeing the entire world in my job, I feel privileged to be in a position to capture many different parts of the planet through my camera and immortalize the beauty of the places I visit." Shooting with a Nikon D800, the flying Dutchman captures beautiful pictures of thunderstorms, sunsets, full moons, and even the northern lights. More info: jpcvanheijst.com                                                 source: boredpanda.com  
    Oct 01, 2016 967  
  • 01 Oct 2016
    I’ve been making street and travel pictures since 2009, always trying to find a style to express my moods and feelings while walking down the street. Lately I decided to try out something new. I combined my passion for bad sketching with my professional photography. I was born in 1990 in Leningrad, when it was still Soviet Union. I’m only a little bit older than my country – Russia. I graduated from the journalism department of the St. Petersburg State University, the same faculty, where such photographers as Yuri Rost, Ivan Kurtov and Alexander Taran have studied. During my studies I learnt about photography from my teachers in university, but also from my father, who used to have a little photo-editing studio at home when I was young. The object of my photography – is the city as a living system. The subject, that I’m trying to show is the beauty of everyday urban life. Enjoy! More info: 500px.com/sergeypoliakov                               source: boredpanda.com
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  • I’ve been making street and travel pictures since 2009, always trying to find a style to express my moods and feelings while walking down the street. Lately I decided to try out something new. I combined my passion for bad sketching with my professional photography. I was born in 1990 in Leningrad, when it was still Soviet Union. I’m only a little bit older than my country – Russia. I graduated from the journalism department of the St. Petersburg State University, the same faculty, where such photographers as Yuri Rost, Ivan Kurtov and Alexander Taran have studied. During my studies I learnt about photography from my teachers in university, but also from my father, who used to have a little photo-editing studio at home when I was young. The object of my photography – is the city as a living system. The subject, that I’m trying to show is the beauty of everyday urban life. Enjoy! More info: 500px.com/sergeypoliakov                               source: boredpanda.com
    Oct 01, 2016 737  
  • 01 Oct 2016
      If you’ve ever wondered what celebrities would look like in a classic painting rather than a filtered photo or magazine shoot, then the creative community at DesignCrowd have the answer. Designers from around the world submitted their ideas of how they imagined the likes of Kim and Kanye, Johnny Depp, and Beyonce in famous artwork. The result was a convincingly realistic gallery of images showing celebs in iconic portraits by masters such as Raphael, Caravaggio, and Rembrandt. More info: blog.designcrowd.com   Ariana Grande in ‘The White Hat’, by Jean-Baptiste Greuze             Beyonce in ‘Portrait of a Young Woman’, by Elisabeth Louise Vigee Le Brun         David Bowie in ‘Bacchus’, by Caravaggio         Seth Rogan in ‘Portrait of a Young Lady’, by Giovanni Battista Moroni       Johnny Depp in ‘Portrait of a Gentleman’, by Tintoretto         Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in ‘American Gothic’, by Grant Wood         Mick Jagger in ‘A portrait of Ludwig van Beethoven’, by Joseph Willibrord Mähler         Rowan Atkinson, aka Mr Bean, in ‘Young Sick Bacchus’, by Caravaggio         Patrick Stewart in ‘An Old Man in Military Costume’, by Rembrandt         Ryan Reynolds in ‘Portrait of Baldassare Castiglione’, by Raphael source : boredpanda.com    
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  •   If you’ve ever wondered what celebrities would look like in a classic painting rather than a filtered photo or magazine shoot, then the creative community at DesignCrowd have the answer. Designers from around the world submitted their ideas of how they imagined the likes of Kim and Kanye, Johnny Depp, and Beyonce in famous artwork. The result was a convincingly realistic gallery of images showing celebs in iconic portraits by masters such as Raphael, Caravaggio, and Rembrandt. More info: blog.designcrowd.com   Ariana Grande in ‘The White Hat’, by Jean-Baptiste Greuze             Beyonce in ‘Portrait of a Young Woman’, by Elisabeth Louise Vigee Le Brun         David Bowie in ‘Bacchus’, by Caravaggio         Seth Rogan in ‘Portrait of a Young Lady’, by Giovanni Battista Moroni       Johnny Depp in ‘Portrait of a Gentleman’, by Tintoretto         Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in ‘American Gothic’, by Grant Wood         Mick Jagger in ‘A portrait of Ludwig van Beethoven’, by Joseph Willibrord Mähler         Rowan Atkinson, aka Mr Bean, in ‘Young Sick Bacchus’, by Caravaggio         Patrick Stewart in ‘An Old Man in Military Costume’, by Rembrandt         Ryan Reynolds in ‘Portrait of Baldassare Castiglione’, by Raphael source : boredpanda.com    
    Oct 01, 2016 689  
  • 01 Oct 2016
    My name is Steven Kin, I was born in 1981. I’m a digital and photo manipulation artist from Taipei, Taiwan. All the materials used for the photo manipulations are created with photographs that I took myself, or copyright free images. More info: hisashi4tw.wix.com   Jellyfish         Dark Cross       Adornment       Fear       Dead Balloon       Truth       Stationery       Tableware       Do Not Play       Strawberry Robot       Reverse       Flower Cry       Lost source: boredpanda.com
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  • My name is Steven Kin, I was born in 1981. I’m a digital and photo manipulation artist from Taipei, Taiwan. All the materials used for the photo manipulations are created with photographs that I took myself, or copyright free images. More info: hisashi4tw.wix.com   Jellyfish         Dark Cross       Adornment       Fear       Dead Balloon       Truth       Stationery       Tableware       Do Not Play       Strawberry Robot       Reverse       Flower Cry       Lost source: boredpanda.com
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