In the eyes of Ernie Button breakfast cereal has changed from "mere nutrition to sheer entertainment." He says the cereal aisle has "become a cornucopia of vibrantly colored marshmallows" that represent people and characters. His time in Arizona allowed him to see the resemblance between cereal and the colors and textures of the southwestern desert. He used this idea and cleverly placed the cereal in front of enlarged photographs of actual Arizona skies. The result is this awesome set of landscape photos that look oddly realistic.
Deviant Art user ~americanpsycho has some seriously amazing work. Colors are bursting at the seems and the clouds seem to stretch on forever. He really knows how to make his work pop. For more goodness, check out his portfolio.
Caras Ionut collects images and stitches them together to create some stunning work. Many of his pieces incorporate the same elements, but are different enough to create a completely new world. If you visit his portfolio, you can see his immense collection of digital art.
Just when you thought you've seen every method for creating paintings, another Amy Shackleton comes along. Amy creates these psychodelic paintings without a paintbrush.The great lines and forms of her paintings are created by applying paint with squeeze bottles, and allowing gravity to do the work. Check out the video below for a cool demonstration.
Deviant Art user swinspeed has a way of creating captivating landscapes. Each one has an elegance and solitude about it. He makes great use of dark clouds and highly contrasting colors in many of his works, which creates an ominous yet epic feel.