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Digital Manga Illustrations by Narongchai Singhapand

Digital Manga Illustrations by Narongchai Singhapand

September 30th, 2014

Dose of quality manga / anime illustrations by Narongchai Singhapand aka Readman. Visit Narongchai Singhapand

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Old Retired Surfboards Get a New Life as Artworks by Jarryn Dower

September 30th, 2014

What happens to old surfboards when they’re old, leaky and ready for retirement? If they’re really lucky, they’re given to Australian artist Jerryn Dower who gives them a new life as slick wall art. Growing up by the …

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“Typewritten Portraits” – B&W Portraits Of Famous Literary Authors Created With A Typewriter

September 30th, 2014

For his Typewritten Portraits series, Rio de Janeiro-based artist Álvaro Franca used a typewriter to create portraits of five of his favorite authors, including Jack Kerouac, J.D. Salinger, and Charles Bukowski. Read more

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Traditional Art by Philippe Fernandez

Traditional Art by Philippe Fernandez

September 30th, 2014

Set of amazing traditional paintings by US-based Philippe Fernandez. Visit Philippe Fernandez

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Xgen Portraits by Lee Griggs

Xgen Portraits by Lee Griggs

September 29th, 2014

Pretty cool 3d digital heads by Lee Griggs. Visit Lee Griggs

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Artworks by Aske aka Sicksystems

Aske aka Sicksystems is a Moscow-based graphic artist who started his artistic career in 2000 as a graffiti writer and later moved on further developing his style in graphic design, typography, illustration, and modern graphics. Aske’s unique style has become quite popular in Europe and North America, and his client list includes both large prominent companies and small independent brands. In 2010 Print Magazine, USA chose Aske along with other nineteen young artists from all over the world for their special annual issue called New Visual Artists—20 under 30. Aske doesn’t limit his art to certain art forms and enjoys creating both digital artworks, as well as canvases and art objects made out of plywood and foamed polystyrene. What he loves best is to combine working on a computer with handwork.

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Michael Dachstein

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