Artist, Paul Dodd, has a 3-year-old son named Kylan who likes to create different types of art pretty much every day. Starting when he was three (now 4), Kylan would draw all sorts of random patterns that became rather intricate. So, Paul decided to take those patterns and digitally fill them in with color, and the result is pretty awesome.
Take a look:
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Artist, Ji Lee, specializes in turning words into clever logos or calligrams. He first began playing with words as images 20 years ago while in a typography class at art school. He even has an interactive e-book that you can check out right here.
Take a look at some of his works:
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Artist, Stefan Bleekrode, specializes in drawing cityscapes using only his memory and a pen. NYC is his main muse, but features a number of other cities including Rome, London, Paris, and many more. He occasionally uses photographic material for support if he gets stuck, but that’s on rare occasion.
Check out some of his amazing work:
Parisian Boulevard at Night
Spacca Napoli, Naples
New York City at Night
Centro Storico, Italy
Shard Tower in London
Washington Square in New York
Broadway and 5th in Manhattan
Paris at Night
Tony Futura is a digital artist who creates simple images with interesting twists. A number of his works can be taken as “visual puns” that are light-hearted, but make fun of materialism and pop culture.
Take a look:
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Salavat Fidai is well-known for his pencil carvings that are intricate and amazing. Well, he also does miniature paintings on tiny things including a variety of different seeds. Here are the tiny paintings he’s done on those seeds:
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You should check out his pencil carvings art:
Seriously, this just might be the best origami you’ve ever laid eyes on. Artist, Gonzalo Calvo, is quite the pro at folding paper. It’s unfathomable to think that these artworks were made with just one or two sheets of paper. Most of his work revolves around animals, but he’s folded up a wide variety of subjects.
Take a closer look at his work:
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View his Flickr page right here.
Artist, Steve Casino creates masterpieces using peanuts as his canvas. He has made 223 peanut art pieces over the last 3 years. It started out with him only doing human peanut pieces, but now he covers a much larger array of subjects. Take a look at the amazing peanuts below: