While many artists might favor landscapes or people as their theme, South Korean artist Me Kyeoung Lee has chosen an unlikely subject for her life’s work: the humble convenience store. The talented artist has been depicting these mom-and-pop establishments for over 20 years, aiming to capture their authentic charm before they close down and disappear forever.
Artist Steve Gildea imagines what it’d look like if the planets were all perfectly aligned.
Florentine artist Sandro Botticelli is credited for his contributions to the Italian Renaissance.
Going, going, gone… A post shared by Banksy (@banksy) on Oct 5, 2018 at 6:45pm PDT The anonymous street artist Banksy is known for subverting art world norms. Previously, he’s secretly sold his “spray art” in New York’s Central Park for a mere $60, and he created an entire Dismaland Bemusement Park for some of the world’s top artists. His latest stunt, however, is by far his most impressive one yet.
San Francisco-based artist Amy Sol visualizes dreamlike worlds and mythical characters that have been frozen in time.
Recently, animal-loving artists and photographers have dedicated their talents to helping an unlikely creature: the common pigeon.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jayden (@jaydenphotoholic) on Sep 2, 2018 at 2:02am PDT The Daegu International Bodypainting Festival is an annual celebration of body art. Talented artists from around the world gather in South Korea and let their imaginations run wild as they demonstrate the artistry of body painting.
Italian artist Cristoforo Scorpiniti, better known as Crisco Art, is back with more glow-in-the-dark paintings that reveal surprises when the...
British contemporary artist Nathan Walsh creates extraordinary cityscape paintings that accurately capture real urban landscapes.
Prior to photography, painters were the ones who captured visual snapshots of mankind. Some the earliest portraits are believed to have been painted onto stone by ancient Egyptians as a way to immortalize their rulers and gods. Over the centuries, the traditional genre continued to be reserved for depicting royal families and religious figures.
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Featuring angular lines, asymmetrical compositions, and sparse color, the Modernist architecture aesthetic is the complete opposite to the pretty pastoral...