Watercolor Illustrations by Mikhail Vyrtsev Mikhail Vyrtsev (b.1988) is a Russian illustrator from Moscow, who creates under the pseudonym Reey Whaar. He has a very interesting visual style and a unique view of reality, ironically trapping the absurdities of the world around us. Catch the rest of his work on Instagram or visit his personal website . View similar posts | selected by Margaret
The Sculptural Marvels of Justin Gaffrey’s Art Justin Gaffrey was a chef before becoming a visual artist. His art is textural, and he also creates sculptures. Some of his works is created using latex caulk mixed with house paint, which is then applied with a palette knife. This gives the work a raised appearance, and yet in Justin’s hands it takes on a delicate feeling.The sculptures created by Justin evoke a deconstructed and symbolic approach to art, but they retain a coherence and beautiful balance. You can see much more of Justin Gaffrey’s work on his Instagram or his Flickr . Thanks to Storify . Can’t keep up? We’ll send art to you on Twitter . Poster by Lisa .
KASPARS PERSKIS was born in 1975 in Riga, Latvia. This is where he studied painting and was granted a master’s degree at the Art Academy of Latvia in 2006. He has been participating in exhibitions since 1994, and his works are part of private collections in Latvia, Russia, the USA, Japan and several countries of Europe. They are not only the mysterious character portraits that create the special feeling about the artist’s work but also the expressive thematic compositions that linger throughout the changing era. The unifying motive in the paintings is a human whose emotions and experience in the abstract environment are captured as a meditative reflection, thus creating this special surreal feeling in the timeless dimension of the existence. A neutral observer has a chance to encounter an ironic eagle wearing a medal, a cylinder hat and a coat, as well as to slip into the theater backstage of another era, or to meet a girl in the shape of a mannequin. Behance Thank you
Designed by Reindy Allendra , this project is about creating a cool Café Fighter electric bike . We think this is just a fun project since there’s not much information we can get from the designer, but it looks like it was inspired by bubble ship from Oblivion movie as well as other futuristic vehicle designs. Allendra explains that this electric bike uses a lithium-ion battery that can go up to 55 miles range. Just like other electric motorcycles, this café fighter bike requires 3 hours to fully charge its battery at 220 volts. Designer : Reindy Allendra More images of Cafe Fighter Concept Electric Motorbike: Cafe Fighter Concept e-Bike by Reindy Allendra is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design