Karol Kolodzinski is an extremely talented digital artist, illustrater and art director based out of Warsaw, Poland. She's worked on some very impressive clients such as Avatar the Game, Nike, Bacardi and more. Her work is also wide ranging from ads, to websites, to illustrations and motion capture movies. Check out more of her impressive work on Behance.
Have you ever had the urge to relive childhood and color a coloring book? Tarik Mikou has taken that idea and has given it the grown up treatment with this series "Be a Kid Again". Tarik takes black and white photos of iconic celebrities and colors them to his liking, giving us this fun and interesting series.
First we saw miniature food sculptures, then we saw landscapes made out of food, and now, we bring to you knitted food. Ed Bing Lee has clearly mastered the art of knitting amazing food items. Everything from a hamburger, to a pumpkin pie, to an ice cream sundae. Don't forget to check out some more of his great work on Fubiz.
Konstantin Shestakovsky took a trip to the Harry Potter Museum just outside of London and took these wonderful photos. The museum has everything from movie props, to costumes, to sets from the movie. These pictures give you just a small glimpse of what it took to make the Harry Potter World come to life. Now I really want to take a trip to London!
Creative artists will use anything as a medium. These great works were all recreated with the help of various food items. There's everything ranging from peanut butter and jelly Mona Lisas to the Creation of Adam on a banana!
Android Jones' abstract portraits are something to behold. You can't help but be entranced by all the shapes, colors, and patterns beautifully interwoven together. I highly suggest taking a look at the full sized images on his portfolio. They are truly pieces of art.
Here's a video of Jones creating his self portrait:
Ken Lee is a talented artist from the UK. He specializes in pencil drawings of beautiful women. Even though they are only drawings, you can just feel the emotions emanating from his subjects. Hopefully there is more great work in store from Ken!