Love this digital art mashup by Deviant Art user Jacob Ankney (Jeddaka). The mountains were rendered in 3D and blended with the starry night sky. It has a very calming and surreal feel to it.
When somebody tells you art looks different from another perspective, they probably weren't talking about these sculptures by James Hopkins. He takes perspective artwork to a whole new level with these perspective sculptures of famous cartoon characters. At one angle, you might be wondering what in the world are you looking at, but at the proper angle it all comes together. Great work!
Jean Francois Rauzier's hyperphotos might look like a single photo, but these self dubbed hyperphotos are made of hundreds and sometimes thousands of individual photos. You can dive into each one and find an incredible amount of detail. Rauzier spends countless hours collecting and stitching together photos until it is impossible to distinguish between them. Make sure to check out the incredible full resolution photos at his portfolio.
Matt Sartain is a San Francisco based photographer whose work is inspired by his love for storytelling. He concepts, shoots and style his own work, which has appeared in the New York Times Magazine and PDN. You can see how he created the image above on his blog.
Daryl Feril is an illustrator from Bacolod City, Philippines. His illustrations are bursting with life and beauty. His designs employ great use of colors and shapes, and are often centered around a strong woman beautiful woman. You can buy a few of his great designs on Society6.
I absolutely love this idea and am surprised no one has come up with it before. The Squidarella umbrella by SquidLondon turns your boring black and white umbrella to color when it comes in contact with water. I would totally get one if I could justify a $38 umbrella on URBANtrim. You can also get it at SquidLondon's shop.
You should also check out the SquidLondon color changing rainwear:
Scott Wade uses a wonderful combination of cars and dirt to create his work. He uses the rear window of cars as his canvas and re-creates everything from famous paintings to famous football stars. He creates each elaborate piece using an assortment of brushes and his hands. One painting can take anywhere from forty mintues to four hours. Each work is wiped clean by rain or the passing of time, allowing him to start anew.
Franco Clun is the incredibly talented artist behind these photorealistic celebrity portraits. As hard it is to believe, Franco did not study art, everything he learned was from experience and reading books!
Yong Ho Ji is a Korean artist who creates wonderful and unique sculptures out of recycled tires. You can see the meticulous details of the muscles, flesh, and curved bodies of his beasts.