Artist of the Week: 3D Beach Art By Jamie Harkins

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Jamie Harkins, an artist based in New Zealand, creates marvelous 3D art on beaches. How cool is that? To use a medium such as sand to explore your creativity. You can do basically anything with sand – the only thing you need to have is the ability to think out of the box, just like Jamie did.

Hyperrealistic Graphite Drawings by Monica Lee

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Art is expression, and drawing is one of the oldest (if not the oldest) for of expression and communication that mankind has. Cave paintings are tens of thousands of years old, and evidence from 2011 suggests that it is because of drawing that we eventually came up with written language.

Artist of the Week: Body Paintings by Emma Fay

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Emma Fay is one incredibly creative talent. She is known world wide for specializing in make-up and concept artistry. Her surreal art works that combines her artistic, theatrical and business background blend in so perfectly, that you wonder for a bit if the paintings you see in front of you are real.

Top 20 Free Graffiti Fonts

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Nowadays, graffiti is an accepted art form to which many people are attracted to, whether as art creators or art consumers. In this article, we will be rounding up the best free graffiti fonts we have found while navigating the treacherous waters of the internet, so you do not have to waste precious time looking for them yourself.

Artist of the Week: Realistic Finger Paintings by Zaria Forman

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Painting plays an important part in our development as a species, as it allowed us to develop abstract thinking, and also visually document parts of everyday, mundane existence, as well as more “important” events. It is, after all, in the minds of many people, virtually synonymous with art, and it could be argued that without it, art as a concept would not even exist. Today, we will be taking a look at some absolutely gorgeous realistic finger paintings by Zaria Forman.

The Softer Side of Pit Bulls

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Sophie Gamand is the one behind these beautiful pictures depicting how soft and cute Pit Bulls are. They have been portrayed in movies as vicious creatures that only seek blood and violence, because of this they are the champions in dog fights. This can’t be more wrong. They are dogs like any others. Sophie Gamand is a French photographer that is currently working in New York City – her main work focus is the relationship between dogs and humans; and she has the goal of bringing justice to these wonderful little friends of ours.

Artist of the Week: Awesome Low-Poly Illustrations of The Big Bang Theory Cast by Mordi Levi

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Mordi Levi, a graphic designer, and illustrator, from Haifa, Israel created these low poly illustrations. You can check his awesome work on his behance page, or like him on Facebook. Go check him out, he is an incredibly talented artist, that doesn’t remain in the low poly genre and has a ton of other art works that you can gawk at.

Artist of the Week: Hyper-Realistic Paintings by Omar Ortiz

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Hyperrealism is one of the most interesting developments in the visual arts, and among the most recent. Hyperrealist works resemble high-resolution photographs; no coincidence, seeing that it is, itself, an of-shoot of the photorealist movement.
Today we will be looking at some absolutely fantastic hyper-realistic paintings by Omar Ortiz.

Artist of the Week: Art Painted on Stacks of Books by Mike Stilkey

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Written and visual art go hand in hand perfectly, and the lines between the two are constantly being blurred by calligraphers or people who do book covers. Books have been around in one form or another since ancient times, but it was not until Gutenberg invented the printing press in the 15th century, that books really began to spread. In fact, Gutenberg’s printing press remained virtually unchanged for another 5 centuries, and is still the basis of all printing presses everywhere.

8 Timeless Lessons You Can Learn from Designer Massimo Vignelli

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Massimo Vignelli, born January 10, 1931, died this year, in May, on the 27th, and he was an incredibly talented designer, that worked in many areas of design, from package design through housewares design and furniture design, to public signage and showroom design. He founded the Vignelli Associates, along with his wife, Lella, and he lived by his words “If you can design one thing, you can design everything.”. We are here to pay an homage to an great artist, by providing you 8 timeless lessons you can learn, and use in your life.