Artist Heather Theurer beautifully painted Disney Princesses in oil paint. Well, of course we see Disney princesses inspired art all the time, and they are wonderful in their own right, the good old oil paint undoubtedly has a charm of its own. The set includes Cinderella, Merida, Mulan, and Rapunzel, all painted with oil on board. Original paintings for these have already been sold, but the artist has plenty of beautiful paintings for you to see.
It has been a while since we last saw them, and Powerpuff Girls have now grown up into fine ladies. Here they are, posing on the cover of Justice Mag. We have to say, we’re enjoying the Justice Magazine series of illustrations by artist Artgerm (Stanley Lau). Hit ahead for images of Cheetara from Thundercats, and Harley Quinn posing on the magazine cover.
Artist Zaria Forman paints these very realistic, and somewhat quite and soothing landscapes of Greenland. Prints for these pastel on paper drawings are available on Artstar, or you can get hold of the originals on Artsy.
The hovering tree in Potsdam, Germany gives the illusion of being disjointed at its trunk and floating in mid air. Created by Daniel Siering and Mario Shu, the illusion involved wrapping the part in plastic sheeting and then mimicking the background landscape on the sheets by using spray paint strokes.
Our mind has a notion of what paper is, and consequently, of how it should behave. Cut paper art by Pablo Lehmann throws those notions right out the window by making paper behave in odd fashions. At some points, it’s almost like a fabric, showing itself off like a net. In others, it almost looks like a metal wire gauge, or sometimes even clay. Getting paper to be this versatile is no easy job, seeing that it does not normally lend itself well to creations and modifications like these.
At Rest by photographer Emma Kisiel is a series that shows decent last rites given to animals. Most of the animals in the series are roadkill. The photographer does not move their bodies, but usually places stones and flowers around them, creating something of a last rite for the deceased animals.
Artist Philippe Pasqua started off this project with a Ferrari F430 Scuderia. The supercar was first wrapped in cowhide, taking care to cover every nook and crevice of the body, while ensuring the leather followed the curves of the Ferrari as well as it could be. This would in itself be a tricky job, considering the joints, hinges and crevices are not the best friends of a leather coat.
Masters who created the beautiful paintings we call classics had skills worthy of their name, and a palette of colors and shapes to follow the strokes of the brush. Recreating those masterpieces with 8-bit style pixels would be tough enough, but doing that recreation with Lego bricks is surely what deserves attention.
Barcelona based artist Paolo Curcio carves coins into various shapes, that are of course quite a far cry from what they originally looked like. The artist uses a variety of coins that get transformed with a variety of etched designs and portraits, covering quite the range from geeky to skull designs that are the staple of Hobo Nickels.
Birds, as everyone is well aware, like to stay on top of the fashion line. You get to see them in fantastic colors and impressive style. Well, that apparently wasn’t just cutting it, so birds have now gone the route of some real funky hairstyles, several of which are inspired by the way humans treat their hair.