Category: Artists


Awe-Inspiring Oil Paintings by Adam Doyle

Adam S Doyle creates magical oil paintings. Throughout his work you can clearly see incomplete brushstrokes capitalizing to stand out of the crowd. I think this sort of style infuses his work with a sense of wonder. Adam is committed to narratives that...

/ March 28, 2013

Epic Illustrations by Justin Mezzell

Justin Mezzell is an illustrator and designer currently based in Orlando, Florida. A graduate of the University of Central Florida, he specializes in illustration, digital art, and UI/UX design. Additional samples from other bodies of work can be found below....

/ March 25, 2013

Art on the Edge: Unbelievable Street Art Illusions

Art on the edge Street art has always fascinated me. There is an intense beauty in art that is unmotivated by success or social advancement and recognition. Now tagging your pseudonym on a wall of a house or statue can...

/ March 11, 2013

Mind Blowing Pencil Sculptures Carved by Carkahegyzo

Hungarian artist, whose real name we cannot find, Cerkahegyzo carves mind blowing miniature pencil sculptures. While looking though the images, it was hard to comprehend the exact methods he used to achieve a few results listed below. Take for examples the first...

/ March 5, 2013

The World of 100 by Toby Ng

If the world was a village of 100 people, how would the composition be? Toby Ng decided to answer that exact question in a visual manner. Toby Ng overwhelms people with his innovative designs that turn disorder into delight. His works appear in...

/ February 25, 2013

Handmade Type Experiment by Tien-Min Liao

Tien-Min is a New York based communication designer focused on graphic design and branding. After getting a B.A. degree in Advertising, she won The Ministry of Education Scholarship to advance her education at Pratt Institute, and will graduate in May...

/ February 19, 2013

The Masters of Evolved Origami

Origami is an ancient Japanese art of folding paper and making it into sculptures. It evolved from butterflies on the Japanesse wedding ceremonies and napkin sculptures on renaissance Italy’s dinner tables to legitimate art form recognized all over the world. The first...

/ February 7, 2013