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Improbabilita’ by Giuseppe Colarusso

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The series of strange and surreal objects, entitled “Improbabilità“, by the Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso who hijacks everyday objects to make them deliciously unusable. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, which divert the functional codes of objects that surround us…

Kickass Photo Manipulations by Michael Oswald

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Michael Oswald is a freelance digital artist living and working in California, USA. In our selection you may see how Michael turns a portrait photography into digital masterpiece. How amazing is that?! On his personal web site you may even check the before / after process. Anyway, this post is a must … and if you still didn’t browse through his artworks, do so now! Enjoy!

Contemporary Mythology by Caitlin Hackett

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Born in 1986, Caitlin Hackett is a Brooklyn, New York based artist, illustrator and creature concept designer. In her work, Hackett explores the relationship between humans and animals; the idea of the human denial of our animal nature and of humans as the dominant species, as well as the mutation of the animal created by the human interpretation of the animal…

Incredible Photography by Caras Ionut

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Caras Ionut is a Romanian Photo Manipulation Photographer and “Photo Mechanic”. His arts encompass a surrealistic look that is enchanting and at times dark. Caras not only shares his creations, but also offers online training courses for purchase on how he creates some of his photo manipulations.

The One And Only Dan LuVisi

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At the young age of 3, inspiration struck him in form of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and he hasn’t stopped drawing since. His talent received recognition while he was still in high school and he was hired by German Acony Games during these years, prompting him to decide against college and instead, immediately follow his obvious calling…

Monster Illustrations in Iconic Pop Culture by Alex Pardee

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The artist Alex Pardee re-imagined iconic pop culture characters such as superheroes and cartoons, creating strange and bizarre creatures. In part as a protest against the infamous bill SOUP. Characters like Iron Man, Batman, Daffy Duck, Fred Flinstone, Hulk, Mega Man​​, Super Man, Wolverine and other in grotesque and organic versions. Beautiful work!

Brilliant Flower Paintings by Carmelo Blandino

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Born to Sicilian parents in Tübingen, Germany, and raised in the culturally charged city of Montreal, Quebec, Blandino studied art and design at the city’s local colleges and began a successful career as a freelance illustrator, working with architects…

Awesome Illustrations by Waldemar-Kazak

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Waldemar Kazak is an illustrator at the age of 40 whose work captivated us as soon as we got in his portfolio. All the characters of Waldemar are extremely expressive and the situations described in each illustration may be the subject to debate many issues, from hating butch…

Zoo Fashion by Yago Partal

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Barcelona-based graphic artist Yago Partal offers photo manipulations featuring various animals in different outfits, dress from the most stylish suit to the Hawaiian shirt. Funny rendering visuals gathered under the name of Zoo Portraits to discover in the following images.