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Under Construction

German artist Bernhard Handick is not only a celebrated freelance photographer but also an excellent mixed media artist and art director.




Les portraits dégoulinants de Mike Dargas

From Opera Gallery, Mike Dargas, Hit the Lights Oil on canvas, 220 × 140 cm

Original Art By Andrew Sikora | Ugallery.com - Online Art Gallery

Original Art By Andrew Sikora | Ugallery.com - Online Art Gallery


Afghan artists use graffiti to depict violence and injustice of women's lives - Shamsia Hassani

Keep your eyes focused on the clearest part of the middle.

Image Based Design- The artist focused in on the eye and emphasizes that by causing a ripple effect in the center of the picture. Mapping 2013 – editorial design layout with circles

Graphically collaged mountain range | Graphic Design Concept Art Bonetech3D SteamPunk Fashion Sci-Fi

Ohzemesmo Montain Collage

I think it's creative that the artist created a mountain range out of different pictures of actual mountain ranges. The different colors make it easier to tell that each overlapping picture is a mountain and keep your eye flowing from one pyramid to the n

... a fetish made of crystals and electricity, animated by our wishes... - but does it float

Scanned Shakespearean Distortions - These Pam et Jenny Pieces are Witty and Memorable (GALLERY)

Micah Lidberg - SERIES, STONED LOVE For Untitled 4, The Art Book Graphite, Photography by James Mahon

Stoned Love by the insanely talented Micah Lidberg, for Untitled The Art Book.

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Ben DeHaan's "Uncured" Photographs

For his "Uncured" series of images, artist Ben Dehaan used an inkjet printer to create a number of portraits that appear to be melting.

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[#Art] Les portraits coulants de Ben DeHaan

Wildly inspiring but slightly freaky series Uncured by Ben DeHaan > using uncured ink.

Billy Childish The Soft Ashes of Berlin Snowing on Hans Fallada’s Nose (2010)

Billy Childish (British, b. The Soft Ashes of Berlin Snowing on Hans Fallada’s Nose, Oil and charcoal on linen, 244 x 153 cm.