Surreal Universe Illustration Of Daehyun Kim’s life

Surreal Universe Illustration Of  Daehyun Kim’s life Artist Daehyun Kim started to create his evocative, mystical Moonassi world out of ink while studying oriental painting in Seoul, South Korea, and has continued to grow it ever since. “The series is my life-time project,” the artist explains on his website. “ There is no specific background …

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Brilliantly Creepy Gifs From Old Photographs by Kevin Weir

Brilliantly Creepy Gifs From Old Photographs by Kevin Weir follow him on Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr. Art director and designer Kevin Weir uses historical black and white photographs forgotten to time as the basis for his quirky—and slightly disturbing—animated GIFs. His path to online GIF superstardom began when he was in high school. He tells us that …

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Rodney Smith: Analog Fine Art Photography

Rodney Smith : Analog Fine Art Photography Recalling Magritte works, photographs Rodney Smith bewitch us in his surreal universe. As if he was staring at the time, the artist manages to subjugate us with strange and poetic shots. Rodney Smith, a prominent photographer whose whimsical work invited comparisons to that of the Belgian surrealist René Magritte’s, …

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Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers _ Iconic dance partners and others incredible performers! (Six videos)

                      https://youtu.be/8MANfbqtZN0 1) Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers-Making Love (some extract movies) A Fine Romance:The Magic of Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers Movies: Roberta/Swing Time/Carefree "it took awhiLe for me to finish this video because there are so many Fred Astaire & Gingers Rogers dance …

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La belle et la bête (1946) French Romantic Fantasy Film

La belle et la bête (1946) By Jean Cocteau This ravishingly beautiful 4K restoration of Jean Cocteau's much loved Gothic fantasy Classics: is a sublime adaptation of Mme Leprince de Beaumont’s fairy-tale masterpiece in which the pure love of a beautiful girl melts the heart of a feral but gentle beast is a landmark of motion …

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Surreal Black and White Photography by Silvia Grav

Surreal Black and White Photography by Silvia Grav On Flickr page | Behance Madrid-based photographer Silvia Grav‘s work is best described as “surreal.” Paired with poetic captions that Google Translate simply doesn’t do justice to, each black-and-white photo manipulation holds a deep artistic meaning. Of course, surreal photography isn’t always ‘pretty.’ Much of her work …

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Tokyo Street Minimalist Photography By Hiroharu Matsumoto

Tokyo Street Minimalist Photography Hiroharu Matsumoto is a Tokyo-based photographer born in 1965. His work is minimal street photography, light, texture and shadow creating beautiful compositions.Far from the classic image of the swarming crowd. Hiroharu Matsumoto offers us moments suspended in time, between loneliness and contemplation, enhanced by the geometric architecture of Tokyo. Follow his work …

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Minimalist Watercolours paintings by Elicia Edijanto

Minimalist Watercolours paintings by Elicia Edijanto on Behance Black and White Watercolors of Children with Animals by Indonesian Artist Elicia Edijanto. She does a magnificent job of bringing these fascinating minimalist paintings to life.  Most of them feature a relationship between one animal and one person.  Even though the paintings do not have a lot …

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Realistic Portraits by Melissa Cooke

  Realistic Portraits by Melissa Cooke on Tumblr | Instagram “Specializing in graphite on paper, her work investigates the relationship between photography, performance and drawing in portraiture. Melissa Cooke 's drawings are made by dusting thin layers of graphite onto paper with a dry brush. The softness of the graphite provides a smooth surface that …

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Depression And Anxiety By Edward Honaker

Depression And Anxiety By Edward Honaker Twenty one-year-old photographer Edward Honaker documents his own depression in powerful self-portraits. The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety. In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. …

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The Stunningly Beautiful Finger Paintings of Paolo Troilo

The Stunningly-Beautiful Finger Paintings of Paolo Troilo He paints since he was six, always with his hands, using acrylics stretched on canvasses with his fingers. His early exhibitions are only in 2006, when he decides to stand up his works. He took part to Miart, Art Verona and to many group and solo exhibitions. “Paolo …

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Mesmerising Portraits of Humpback Whales by Jem Cresswell

Mesmerising Portraits of Humpback Whales by Jem Cresswell  Instagram | Vimeo The gentle grace of the mysterious humpback whale is captured in a mesmerising new photo series. Jem Cresswell spent three years following the marine mammals during their annual migration to Vava’a island in the Tonga to get the close-up shots. One image shows a humpback …

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