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The Amazing Science Fiction and Fantasy Work of Phillipe Caza...

The Amazing Science Fiction and Fantasy Work of Phillipe Caza French cartoonist and illustrator Philippe Caza. Caza has an extensive portfolio of varied work going back to the 70’s. His imaginative, surreal, and psychedelic drawings are heavily influenced by his comic book art and takes us to various bizarre worlds. Txt. Like our new art on Facebook           Posted by Andrew

Digital Dreams by Ray Caesar Ray Caesar  is a visual, surreal...

Digital Dreams by Ray Caesar Ray Caesar  is a visual, surreal artist and digital painter residing in Toronto, Canada. He was born in London, England in 1958, emigrated to Toronto in 1967. Artist creates his dream-like images with a 3D modeling software. Caesar  works  in  Maya,  using  it  to  create  his  figures  as  well  as  the  virtual  realms  in  which  they  exist.  Through  the  program,  he  builds  digital  models  with  invisible  skeletons  and  anatomical  joints  that  can  be  bent  and  manipulated  to  assume  any  pose.  He  wraps  the  models  in  rich  textures,  adding  hair,  skin,  eyelashes  and  fingernails.  Then  places  them  in  digitally  lit,  impeccably  detailed  3D  environments  built  with  architectural  layers,  windows,  wallpapers,  curtains  and  furnishings.   Caesar’s  meticulous  process  incorporates  elements  of  drawing,  painting,  collage  and  sculpture,  working  countless  hours  to  achieve  every  remarka

These are the Most Incredible Photos Shot by NASA’s Cassini...

These are the Most Incredible Photos Shot by NASA’s Cassini Probe The Cassini space probe has captured its fair share of eye-popping photos since launching in 1997 and arriving in Saturn’s orbit in 2004. Here’s a collection of some of Cassini’s most remarkable photographs. Many of them were compiled by Reddit user I_Say_I_Say , and others were featured here before or obtained from NASA’s website: You can find a massive collection of Cassini’s photos in the mission gallery on NASA’s website.Thanks Petapixel 1.A massive storm stretching across the surface of the planet. 2.Saturn’s gradation and rings. 3.Three of Saturn’s moons (Titan, Mimas, and Rhea) captured in a single photo. 4.Saturn casting a shadow on its rings. 5.Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus. 6.Saturn, its rings, and its moon Dione. 7. Earth seen as a pale blue dot under Saturn’s rings. 8.Saturn’s moon Rhea hovering in front of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan. 9.Saturn casting its shadow on its rings. 10.Satur

nonconcept: Villa Kavel 1, located near Amsterdam by...

nonconcept : Villa Kavel 1, located near Amsterdam by Studioninedots . (Photography: Peter Cuypers )

Emma Lindström - Cosmic Compositions  26-year-old painter Emma...

Emma Lindström - Cosmic Compositions  26-year-old painter Emma Lindström creates colorful swirls of awesomeness using a combination of acrylic and spraypaint. Though the artist is from Sweden, her work feels as though it came from an entirely different galaxy. Her paintings are nothing short of celestial — though the colors change piece to piece, she maintains the same galactic visuals that transcends our Earthly imaginations. When it all comes down to it, my main goal is obviously to evoke some kind of emotion. Hopefully you can find something in my work that speaks to your inner self and the light that resides there…no matter what emotion you might get, the important thing is just that you are feeling something.   For more of Lindström’s work, follow her on Instagram and visit her official website . CrossConnectMag on Facebook - a place that is definitely worth visiting! posted by Margaret

nonconcept: Pearl Skulls by japanese Designer Shinji Nakaba.

nonconcept : Pearl Skulls by japanese Designer Shinji Nakaba .