Michael Grab, whats in a name? Is a rock balancing artist since 2008. And I got to say he must have some real patience and steady hands as I would have kicked the pebbles and rocks all over the place… Mark Grab’s work consist of astonishing tower structures and orbs of balanced rocks only held […]
Within the vast arena of Japanese sculpture there’s a small niche category known as jizai okimono. The craft involves carving realistic animals whose bodies and limbs are all animated through joints just like the real living thing. Some common subjects are birds, fishes, snakes and insects. It’s a craft that originated in the late-Edo period (late 1700s) […]
An amazing Cobra body paint work in black light by Paul Rastan. In his latest piece of art he brushed a Cobra in black light painting on model Leslie Heirtzler. Check out the images below for the amazing detail and looks of this black light bodypainting.
Amsterdam-based tattoo artist Jay Freestyle doesn’t use any sketches or stencils when he tattoos his customers. Born to Chinese parents, the 29 year-old grew up in South Africa before moving to Amsterdam a decade ago. Although many compare his unique style to watercolour paintings, there are also additional elements like pointillism, geometrical shapes, realism and […]
Zdzislaw Beksinski (24 February 1929 – 22 February 2005) was a renowned Polish painter, photographer, and fantasy artist. He was born in the town of Sanok in southern Poland. After studying architecture in Cracow, he returned to Sanok in 1955. Subsequent to this education he spent several years as a construction site supervisor, a job […]
The images you see below are made from cold resin and painted with acrylic paint. The paintings are done by Singapore-based artist Keng Lye, who captures aquatic animals in artistic, lifelike moments.Take note that all of the following images you will see are actually painted on a flat surface.
Painter of portraits, history and contemporary narrative genre, also leading engraver; first British-born artist of European standing. Born London, 10 November 1697, son of unsuccessful classics master and writer, Richard Hogarth. Son-in-law of Thornhill.