Today, we present to you a small preview of a large-scale exhibition of monochromatic paintings of the Australian artist Michael Peck that will be displayed in a few days in one of the galleries of Melbourne.
South Korean illustrator Soo Min Kim invents a full an interesting life for the mermaid Sirena, the symbol of the world’s largest coffee shop chain.
British artist from Cambridge Lia Melia was born and raised in a small town on the coast. After moving to Cambridge, she continues to paint her memories from childhood and adolescence.
Spanish artist Jaime Sanjuan Osabo uses his iPad to create unique surrealistic paintings, using his fingers as a brush and the touchscreen as a canvas.
Young talented Croatian artist Dino Tomic likes to draw with pencils, although he is more famous for his tattoos. He is mostly known in Norway, where he works in a tattoo parlor.
Canadian artist Ruth Oosterman took as an assistant her two-year-old daughter. The girl draws sketches that are turned into complete drawings by her mother.
American artist Jamie Homeister paints amazing pictures on bird feathers, thus recreating the culture of the ethnic peoples of the present territory of the US and Canada.
Venezuelan artist from the city of Valencia, whose name is Gustavo Silva Nunez, likes to paint portraits of people swimming in the pool. And he does it very well.
American artist Bradley Hankey got so inspired by the silhouettes and the variegated colors of the City of Angels that created a series of minimalist urban landscapes.
During her studying at the Hogeschool Voor de Kunsten, Dutch artist Hesther van Doornum realized that her main mission is painting. Over time, it became her main occupation.