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Portraits Made from One Line by Chan Hwee Chong

If you ever lose faith in humanity's capacity for creativity and talent, just remember there are people like Chan Hwee Chong in the world. He was commissioned by Faber Castell to recreate famous paintings, and boy did he ever. Each of these portraits is created using just a single line that spirals outwards from the center. Amazing!

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Beautiful Disney Oil Paintings by Heather Theurer

Gorgeous oil paintings of Disney princesses Merida, Mulan, Cinderella and Rapunzel! By Heather Theurer.

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Brushless Paintings by Amy Shackleton

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.

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Average: 5 (2 votes)

Pontiflex Painting by Jonathan Beer

In his series Architecture of the Mind, Jonathan Beer paints his exploration of the mind and a parallel landscape to represent his mental processes. In the painting above, we have the destruction of landmasses taking place in the sky.

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Average: 3 (1 vote)

Shadow Art Drawing Sculptures by Larry Kagan

Taken by themselves, the steel wire sculptures of Larry Kagan appear to be abstract creations. Under carefully positioned light, however, a more recognizable image appears. Kagan's shadow art plays upon the contrast between objects and their shadows, between order and disorder, and between the material and immaterial. 

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Boundary Painting by Chloe Early

Chloe Early skillfully mixes multiple elements in this painting to create an entirely new scene and meaning. Alone, these elements may not mean much, but taken together, they can tell an entire story. Check out more of Chloe's work here.

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Average: 4 (1 vote)

Gandhi Trash Art

Not sure exactly where this came from or who made it, but it is hell-a cool. Reminds me a little of the shadow art created from junk. If you know of its origins, post it in the comments below.  Courtesy of Bill.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Starcraft's Time by Juan Carlos Solon

The nerd and Starcraft junkie in me loves this illustration by Juan Carlos Solon. It gives the game about war and domination a fun and playful twist.
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Average: 5 (1 vote)

The Sickness of Reason by Robert Longo

Robert Longo's explosive paintings look like they could be old photographs. His shading and texturing create exceptional details that give his work an organic feel. Don't forget to check out the rest of his spectacular work.

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Average: 4 (1 vote)

That's How! by Christoph Niemann

Love these illustrations by Christoph Niemann on how different things work. It shows  children how fun using your imagination can be. You can get That's How on Amazon!

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Average: 5 (1 vote)