You know those times when you swear you can make a face out of whatever it is you’re looking at even though you know it was just a random coincidence? Well, if you ever find yourself walking in the woods somewhere in Europe and swear you see a face in the wood-grain of a tree, there might truly be one on it thanks to Zonenkinder.
Mike Dargas creates oil on canvas hyperrealistic paintings that oozes with female sensuality and seduction. The German artist dabbled in oil paintings in early childhood selling paintings at the age of 11 in front of the Cologne Cathedral.
Brian Donnelly, more famously known as KAWS, is getting massive support from UK’s Yorkshire Sculpture Park which is featuring several works by the multidisciplinary American artist both indoors and out.
Today’s generation might recognize this type of pop art as a technique reminiscent of today’s hottest game Minecraft but to Generation X’ers, it goes way back to the long gone days of Atari.
Sean Yoro (aka Hula) is famous for getting on his paddleboard and making his way to half-submerged walls to paint larger-than-life portraits of women. This time around, the Hawaiian artist set his eyes on a fleeting canvas to paint A’o ‘Ana, ‘The Warning,’ a hyperrealist painting that carries with it a critical global message.
The Disney Princesses have spawned gazillions of fan art throughout the years, but not all of those have managed to stand out from the pack. These set of paintings, though, are several notches above the usual stuff we see. These aren’t just fan art–these are fine art. Artist Heather Theurer is the hand behind these masterpieces.
Other than papercuts, nothing makes us cringe as much as a bad bruise so when Riikka Hyvönen captured some winners and made them colossal artworks, you better believe we were squinting our eyes to see less of it.
For artist Karen Libecap, size matters. The Alabama-based artist is kind of unconventional, though, as she prefers “small” over “gigantic.” Her Etsy page reads “tiny art, big ideas” since she’s into what you can call miniature art. Libecap paints animals, objects, and pop culture characters that are as little as a coin!
Indoor murals make a space unique, special, and truly personalized but Keti Sidamonidze couldn’t just settle for the standard painting on a wall. She’s always visualized a glow-in-the-dark mural in her bedroom but knowing her creative limitations, she instead hired Georgian artist Giorgi Makharashvili to bring her vision to life.
Talk to any dog-lover and they’ll tell you that man’s best friend has the personality to match their big hearts and Jeong Woojae strives to illustrate this through his ongoing series of whimsical oil paintings depicting a girl and her giant Chihuahua.