Unconventional materials used to create art may seem gimmicky and gratuitous to some, but in this case they add depth and interest to the work. London-based artist Carne Griffiths has mastered the marriage of calligraphy inks and graphite with liquids such as tea, brandy, and vodka. These exquisite and complex portraits (for sale here) involve…

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Dietlind Wolf is inherently creative. She seems to see the world around her a bit differently from the average person. This German visual multidisciplinary designer, prop-stylist and photographer’s eye for composition, color, texture is just exquisite. Her body of work really is something, but it would be impossible to feature it all here. We are…

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Spanish illustrator David Despau has a very particular style, incorporating ink sketch and watercolor. His execution is flawless, and his impressive body of work is a testament to that. We particularly love his depiction of the latest Superman, Man of Steel’s Henry Cavill. We also admired his work a few months back in ESPN The…

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French illustrator Pez has a passion for pencil drawing, and it shows. Using different grades of pencils, Pez achieves stunning three-dimensionality. His attention to detail is truly awe-inspiring. And the composition of these sketchbook shots is impressive too. Via Behance

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With the Easter holiday upon us, thought it appropriate to share this amazing artwork by Chinese artist Wen Fuliang. Over ten years ago, Fuliang applied his skills as a wood carver to sculpt various eggshells, including chicken, goose and duck. These photos probably don’t even do his work justice, but the intricate designs, achieved by…

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At quick glance these look like sketches. But Spanish photographer Pep Ventosa actually merges dozens of photos to transform our awareness of these highly familiar tourist locations, in what he calls “a celebration of our collective memory.” Nominated for the Photography Masters Cup in the International Color Awards, images in this series have an almost…

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