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.
Armed with his weapons of choice–ink, spray, and oil–James Bullough composes intricate and beautiful paintings of voluptuous women. The Berlin-based artist’s “deconstructed” style of art makes his creations look more unique, with each giving off the illusion that they’re reflections off a broken mirror.
Initially, this artist only had a pentel watercolor brush pen but had zero ideas what to write with it. The artist then channelled her dislike for inspirational quotes–which she finds extremely superficial–and turned it into gorgeous watercolor artworks. She probably thought that there are already a lot of people that are saying that life is all roses and butterflies, but not enough that think that life just flat-out sucks.
For those who wish to travel more but life keeps getting in the way, Jim Darling gives us the next best thing until that day comes. From frolicking hills to the soft blue skies, the series provide a window to our beautiful world as a reminder to get out to see them firsthand from our own window seat on the plane.
It turns out, even a robotic vacuum cleaner can aspire to be a Picasso in the hands of Japanese engineer who goes by the name HYdeJII. Armed with four PET bottles of paint, HYdeJII reprogrammed his Roomba, affectionately called Head-kun, to drop just a dribble of paint in random motions over a large canvas turning the automated vacuum into a lean mean painting machine.
Daniel Mackie’s beautiful watercolor paintings add a new dimension to the animals he draws. Each animal’s body is illustrated by a lush and detailed landscape. According to his website, “Daniel is a big fan of the printmakers of the Ukiyo-e period, which was between the 17th and 20th centuries.”
Hella Jongerius’s detailed, hand-painted animal-filled porcelain bowls were commissioned by Bavarian porcelain manufacturer, Nymphenburg. The 3D creatures—foxes, birds, and hippos—are lovingly placed in delicate ceramic environments.
North Park University graduate, Erica Elan Ciganek, creates beautiful and realistic portraits in oil on canvas, wood panel and MDF. Her impressive style and attention-to-details indicate she’ll be an artist to keep tabs on.
These collages are the work of British Columbia artist and illustrator Morgana Wallace. She uses watercolor and paper of various paper stocks to create her work. It is her attention to detail that gives depth to her collages. Detailed scenes and characters inspired from various sources seem to pop to life.
Turkish artist Mesut Kul uses the smallest objects as a means for his intricate paintings. From a butterfly wing, to a cashew, to a pumpkin seed, his elaborate paintings are painstakingly rendered.