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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Illustrations by Alex Andreyev Alex Andreyev (featured...

Illustrations by Alex Andreyev Alex Andreyev  ( featured previously ) is an artist living in Saint Petersburg, Russia. He has been drawing, painting and doing graphic design over last 20 years. Alex uses Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter, just brushes, no fancy stuff or filters. By using a limited toolset, he is able to achieve stylistic consistency throughout his artwork. I focus more on expression of my creative concepts than on technology or tools. While working in digital medium, I am free of limitations of traditional tools, such as drying of oil paint, changing of gouache color or etching line width. Follow him on DevianArt . Like what you see? Follow Cross Connect for the gorgeous art! posted by Margaret   via

Illustrations by exellero

Illustrations by exellero

AlanizMysteriously born in the middle of the Andes in Argentina...

Alaniz Mysteriously born in the middle of the Andes in Argentina on a forgotten date, painting street adverts on rotten local shops of his ghetto was his first job and also the way he learned the control over brushes and rolls. Economically and culturally exiled from his country, he got adopted by Berlin - a big orphanage for lost artists and a mental hospital for those who can’t find their cure - in the beginning doing just some shy little past ups, until last years, when he started doing huge walls with just a roller and few poles as his only tools. The reason of this change: he thinks that to be heard, sometimes you don’t need to scream at people’s faces. His work can be found in cities like London, Mexico City, Paris and in Madrid particularly at the Swinton Gallery  (a mix between a café, library and gallery, the owners are old friends of Alaniz, so you might meet the artist there!).  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by   Very Priv

Paintings by Rob Rey

Paintings by  Rob Rey

nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016

nonconcept : Inspiration: Summer 2016

Anna LabiSelf-proclaimed ‘designer, dreamer and...

Anna Labi Self-proclaimed ‘designer, dreamer and wizard’ Anna Labi lives and works in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her figurative art makes use of intense, primary colors and thought-out, dramatic compositions. The fairytale landscapes and enigmatic figures are reminiscent of iconic religious art, but Anna’s clean digital technique and morbid, sensual undertones give her work a modern twist. Keep track of Anna’s wizardry at her Tumblr and Instagram For more wonderful art, please check out our Facebook Page! | Posted by Falco

Tattoos onto Photographs by Alana Dee HaynesAlana Dee...

Tattoos onto Photographs by Alana Dee Haynes Alana Dee Haynes   (previously) wants to change the way you think. Troubling the line between photography and illustration, the Brooklyn-based artist engraves intricate designs on images from fashion glossies. The result is sensual, whimsical, and raw, her inky etchings leave traces of human touch on the manufactured image. But this is less an act of anti-fashion graffiti than an exposure of what lies beneath the surface. Haynes speaks to us about fashion versus art, symbolic inscription, and her dreams of a lifetime of doodling.
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Arc 3D Printed Stainless Steel Bicycle Uses Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing Method to Produce The Frame

Arc 3D printed bicycle has been designed by a student team from TU Delft, it is fully functional 3D printed stainless steel bike. These students designed the frame of the bike to show you the potential of MX3D method for 3D printing metal. Well, the goal has been achieved, this 3-month project has resulted in a fully working bike. The bicycle frame was printed in collaboration with MX3D engineers in Amsterdam. This bike was designed as part of a research project at the AMS Building Fieldlab into the viability of WAAM, Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing, a 3D printing technique based on MIG welding. Well 3D printing has gained popularity in the last few years but for those who want to print medium to large scale objects, they still have to deal with significant limitations in the technology. The method used in this project makes it possible to produce medium to large-scale metal objects with almost total form freedom. The students also prove the frame’s strength by riding the bike around

F80 Concept Car Is An Attempt to Create A Street Legal F1 Car

In an attempt to create a street legal F1 car, Adriano Raeli has designed F80 concept car as design proposal for Ferrari. Inspired by Stealth Fighter and possible buyer personalities, this car features 2 seats in tandem position. Powered by Twin-Turbo V8, this car can reach a top speed of 500kph/310mph. Incorporating Ferrari characteristics, especially LaFerrari, F80 features similar design principle with long and aggressive rear, including sharp body lines. Raeli attempts to design a sports car to the next level, equipped with Ferrari’s KERS technology, this car would have around 1200HP, almost double than LaFerrari. Designer : Adriano Raeli F80 Concept Car Is An Attempt to Create A Street Legal F1 Car is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design