Creative Part-Photo And Art-Sketch By Sebastien De Grosso

23 08 2014
He certainly DRAWS attention to himself in this series of selfies, as he brings himself to life in cleverly composed artwork (Ross Parry) 3 / 9 Yahoo News. | Photo by Ross Parry / Ross Parry Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Pinterest ClosePrevious imageNext image

He certainly DRAWS attention to himself in this series of selfies, as he brings himself to life in cleverly composed artwork (Ross Parry)
3 / 9 Yahoo News. | Photo by Ross Parry / Ross Parry
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Artist Sebastien De Grosso is very creative.

He turns self-portrait photos into animated cartoon, before photographing his works to produce cleverly merged artworks which are part-photo and part-sketch.

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Funny Pothole Arts

12 07 2014
And they dived straight in - creating everything from a pothole bowl of cereal for breakfast to a popcorn machine. Pictured: Popcorn machine pothole. (Caters News)

And they dived straight in – creating everything from a pothole bowl of cereal for breakfast to a popcorn machine. Pictured: Popcorn machine pothole. (Caters News)

Potholes are annoying but in these photos the potholes were transformed into funny pothole art by some creative people.





25th National Geographic Travel Photo Contest Winners

3 08 2013

 

 

First Place: Dig me river – I was in Manaus/Amazon during the Brazilian Aquathlon (swimming and running) championship in . This river is called Rio Negro (Black River) due to water color. Rio Negro is the largest left tributary of the Amazon, the largest blackwater river in the world. While the name Rio Negro means Black River, its waters aren’t exactly black; they are similar in color to strong tea. The dark color comes from humic acid from incomplete breakdown of phenol. I photographed it from the water and my lens got completely wet, but there was so energy in this boys that I just didn’t worry about that.Photo and caption by Wagner Araujo/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

The 25th National Geographic Travel Photo Contest’s winners had been announced!

(Please click here for: ‘2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest’)

National Geographic Traveler magazine received more than 15,500 entries from skilled photographers from around the world for its 25th annual photo contest.

Taken in locations from Brazil to Kenya, the winning pictures show everything from quiet landscapes to surprising moments.

 

Please click here for the winning images.





Sensuous Steel: Art Deco Automobiles

17 06 2013

This is a unique exhibition of Art Deco automobiles from some of the most renowned car collections in the United States at the Frist Center for Visual Arts in Nashville, Tennessee. 

Inspired by the Frist Center’s historic Art Deco building, this exhibition features spectacular automobiles and motorcycles from the 1930s and 1940s that exemplify the classic elegance, luxurious materials, and iconography of motion that characterizes vehicles influenced by the Art Deco style.

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Reflections of Paris

29 04 2013

Joanna Lemańska, who goes by the handle MissCoolpics, uses naturally-occurring reflections to capture unique views and unexpected moments of urban life. Particularly interested in architecture and the city, the art historian and self-taught photographer is constantly in search of original angles and fresh perspectives. Here, a few of her futuristic and incredible snapshots in the City of Light.

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Amazing 3D Art By Ramon Bruin

24 10 2012

It’s amazing how Ramon Bruin could draw those wonderful 3D illustrations.

Ramon is a freelance Dutch artist who graduated from the Airbrush Academie in the Netherlands.

Feather of a raven: “Airbrushing is a great technique for making paintings with depth and realism,” Bruin told the New York Daily News. The 31-year-old artist’s work weaves, bends, and wraps across the page.
(Courtesy of Ramon Bruin)

Hold the candle: And, indeed, to get his creations to come alive and jump off the pages, he adds subtle props such as a candle, pencils, pens, or even his own fingertips.
(Courtesy of Ramon Bruin)

Come out and play: There is a certain sneaky quality to his drawings. Bruin calls the technique “anamorphis.”
(Courtesy of Ramon Bruin)

Bridge: Bruin has been airbrushing for 10 years, but only began experimenting with 3-D illusion drawings in 2010, he told the Daily News.
(Courtesy of Ramon Bruin)

Beezzz: “Within these 10 years I tried many different techniques and styles,” Bruin told the Daily News.
(Courtesy of Ramon Bruin)

Toiletpaper planecrash: … yes, toilet paper rolls.
(Courtesy of Ramon Bruin)

Ladderboys: His illustrations reveal his imagination, creativity, originality, and …
(Courtesy of Ramon Bruin)

Magnifying glass: Although some of his work appears rather simplistic, other illustrations are…
(Courtesy of Ramon Bruin)

Maya temple: And, each illustration is much more than a simple sketch on paper.
(Courtesy of Ramon Bruin)

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