Watercolor Botanical Illustrations by Dana Martin – Paintbrush of creation

Watercolor is unique medium to work with. Its translucent nature and uncertainty that goes with it leaves room for most wonderful accidents, as well as dire mistakes you learn to live with. You cannot restrain the water flow, or subdue the intense pigment that tends to spread across the wet surface. That is why it is ...

Surreal Animal Visions of Jenny Schukin evoking Spirits of the Forest

I recently discovered an amazing talent that I want to share with you guys. Her name is Jenny Schukin, and she is Russian artist and graphic design student currently residing in Israel. Her ongoing art collection I am sharing with you today focuses on surreal animal visions. These mix media pieces are mostly created using watercolors, pastels ...

Delicate Animal Sculptures that look like they came straight from Miyazaki Universe

Clémentine Bal is French artist from Paris that will dazzle you with her army of fantastical creatures. Being naturally curious and interested in living world she began her journey with her biology studies. This left permanent mark that stuck with her even when she started focusing on art. Her unique ability to evoke sensitive and benevolent nature of ...

Melting Stone Sculptures by the Modern Day Druid José Manuel Castro López

You may call José Manuel Castro López an alchemist, or a druid for his unbelievable skill of bending the stones to his will. It appears, though, he is actually a very skillful artist and sculptor after all. His work focuses on rocks of all sizes skillfully transformed in such a way that it appears they are soft. It may ...

Artist spent 27 Years creating Unbelievable 700+ Pages Captain Nemo Illustrated Book!

Gary Burley is an UK based artist who recently acomplished an incredible feat. In 1989 he started illustrating 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne. This stunningly beautiful omage of Verne's 150 year old classic tells a well know epic adventure whilst providing a contemporary feel to the illustrations and overall production quality. From the comfort of his home and a trusted ...

Japanese Song trough the Mouthpiece of Art – Japanese Birds Collage Series by Visualcrafter

We all know Bulgarian illustrator Vasil Nedelchev for his surreal ink drawings. But this time he started something entirely new and exciting! His new ongoing project titled Japanese Birds took the turn towards something he really admires, Japanese visual culture. This visually compelling collage series started with his old book of vintage images of Japanese women that was ...

Realistic Paper Bird Postage Stamps by Diana Beltran Herrera

Diana Beltran Herrera, Colombian artist and designer, is a true bird lover. Her fascination with our feathery friends follows her since the earliest age. She started working on her bird inspired art, discovering use of ordinary materials in the production of her work. Soon paper, cardboard, plastic, and wire became her primary media. Her latest two series Bird Postage ...

Gross Dog Art, Kooky Microcosm of Eerie and Beautiful!

Gross Dog Art is peculiar crowd of outlandish beasts created by animation student, Holly Lucero. It seems like this eerie looking pack of dogs, overgrown with tick foliage, came straight out of another world. One kooky microcosm where Edward Topsell meets Studio Ghibli giving birth to inconceivable, epic creatures. This young illustrator is currently studying at Riverside City College in California, ...

Eye-catching Flower Decorations invigorating Public Monuments in Brussels

Imagine taking a walk in the park and suddenly seeing strange statues with their hair and beard made entirely out of flowers. That's weird?! You don't remember witnessing these statues here before, yet they look so old. Could it be true? You haven't noticed them for so long! In case you were wondering, Geoffroy Mottart is talented ...

Whimsical Paper Cut Botanical Studies by Niege Borges

Niege Borges is graphic designer from Porto Alegre, Brazil, currently residing in Brooklyn. You might know about her for her amazing infographic designs. However, when your eyes become sore from the screen you might want to direct your creativity towards more traditional approach. That is exactly what young and talented Niege did. Old school botanical posters and ...