Telmo Pieper is a Dutch muralist who digitally recreates his old drawings into realistic versions. The original drawings were done when Telmo was only 4 years old, and now 20 years later with the help of Photoshop these are the updated versions. Check out his website here.
Wow. These are drawings are truly incredible. Paul Stowe is an artist based out of Shanghai that uses a combination of traditional & mechanical pencils to create these masterpieces. He has more work over on his deviantART page.
This year brought the 8th annual iPhone Photography Awards, and the winners have been selected. There’s thousands of entries from 70+ countries every year, and these are some of the best. Here’s 10 that really stood out to me. Head over to their website for the full details.
Once it’s all said & done, it’s hard to tell if this is a drawing or a picture of LeBron. Heather Rooney is the artist that makes this drawing look so life-like. Be prepared to be amazed.
Artist, Dave Collinson, started this series where he illustrates lead roles in “buddy” films. These would make great prints, which you can order here. Can you name them all?
Most people will never even see a fraction of $43.8 million in their lifetime, let alone pay that amount for something like a painting. An incredibly simple painting at that. I don’t mean to knock Barnett Newman, the man behind the piece of art, but this seems pretty ridiculous. I know, I know, art is open to interpretation & what not, but $43.8 million for this? I’ll let you be the judge. Check out the Sotheby’s listing here.
Holy Sh*t these are dope.
Artist, Sebastian Errazuriz, created these 12 different pairs of heels to represent each of his ex-lovers. Rachel’s pair is a tad bit scary. Check out his website here.
This is pretty crazy. One week after the real Banksy sets up a stand in NYC, and sells original paintings for $60, and imposter tries the same thing. Only difference is that the fake Banksy actually sells completely out of his paintings, even after telling customers the paintings are fake.
Toronto-based photographers, Peter Andrew, Simon Duffy, and Derek Blais, have been working on this ongoing photo series featuring a range of different firearms. The portraits can be ordered in a range of different sized prints to hang around the house.