‘All Year Round’ portraits by Jaroslaw Danilenko reflect upon human anonymity. The Polish illustrator depicts his characters in a graphic, colorful way, yet with their face obliterated with giant pink balls.
In his funny illustrations series called Hipstory, artist Amit Shimoni reimagined world leaders from past and present as modern hipsters.
Inspired by the New York City subway graffitis of the 1990’s, he sprayed his first works of art in his hometown of Bremen, Germany, at the age of 12.
We just discovered the amazing work of South African artist Ryan Hewett. His recent body of work focused on the depiction of leading figures from the past and present that have, for better or worse shaped the world in which we live.
For this Faces series, French Reza Bassiri wanted to illustrate the variety of beauty through these portraits, mixing genders, styles and fashion, with one common trait: beautiful women.
The art of Australian painter Rebecca Hastings is a family affair. She uses herself and her children as the focal subjects in her highly realist oil paintings.
We already covered last year the gorgeous photography of Maria Svarbova. For her new series entitled ‘WA LL S’, Maria placed her subjects in front of colorful and interesting walls.