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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Animal Paintings by Hua TunanChen Yingjie aka Hua...

Animal Paintings by Hua Tunan Chen Yingjie aka  Hua Tunan (previously) born1991 Foshan, China is a graffiti artist and painter. He is back with more incredible splattered ink portraits and murals. Check out his  Tumblr. Keep an eye on our Facebook for updates. posted by Margaret

Hyperrealistic Paintings by Lee PriceLee Price is an American...

Hyperrealistic Paintings by Lee Price Lee Price  is an American contemporary figurative realist painter. She focuses on the subject of food with the solitary female figure in private, intimate settings - figures that are always lost in what might appear to be the bliss of consumption in highly unusual environments and portrayed from a unique aerial point of view  via . Art not only for connoisseurs. Posted by Margaret  

archatlas: Wonders of the World Evgeny Kazantsev

archatlas : Wonders of the World   Evgeny Kazantsev

gregings: This is Raining Knives. Greg Stedman IllustrationIt’s...

gregings : This is Raining Knives .  Greg Stedman Illustration It’s another of my Strange Weather pieces. I think the idea is to follow the dog-like creature across what may be sand dunes. I am reading Excession by Iain M. Banks at the moment. Perhaps some of the playfully surreal world building of the Culture novels influenced the direction this composition took. But it might just be coincidence. UPDATE Buy me! Lovely giclee art prints are go at my society6 and redbubble shops: Society6  shop         behance.net/gregism Redbubble  shop

Cool Portraits by  Evgeni Kolesnik Evgeni Kolesnik is a...

Cool Portraits by  Evgeni Kolesnik Evgeni Kolesnik is a Ukrainian photographer.  His lovely fashion portraits utilize an array of techniques, and elevate his work to fine art.  Thanks to Illusion Magazine! More elevating artwork at our Facebook Page .  Posted by Lisa .

Stephen McMennamy

Stephen McMennamy

here’s a classic from the archive >:)

here’s a classic from the archive >:)