Rola Chang (aka Jungshan) is an office clerk by day and freelance illustrator by night. She uses a mixture of ink and digital drawing tools to create dynamic works that are full of energy and life. Her work draws a lot of inspiration from Asian culture and calligraphy paintings.
Takanori Aiba is a Japanese artist who started as a maze illustrator for POPYE magazine. He later moved on to become an art director for architectural spaces. In 2003, he decided to combine his these two talents into what you see here. These amazingly intricate sculptures are built using copper, putty, plastic, resin and clay stone. You can read a detailed explanation of his works on Inhabitat.
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.
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:
Did you notice anything interesting about that wallpaper at first glance? Take a closer look, and you can see Cecilia Paredes' face blending into the background. Cecilia wraps, covers, and paints her own body to match the background, and presents herself as part of the landscape. Her body looks as if it is disappearing. An experienc she describes as very exciting.
Leandro Erlich's Bâtiment Building is a mirrored installaion on display at Le 104 in Paris as part of the In_Perceptions exhibition. Erlich creates the illusion in these photos by placing a giant mirror on top of a building facade. What an awesome idea!
If these beautiful paintings by Evgeny Lushpin don't make you want to travel the world, nothing will. His use of color and attention to detail create amazing moods in his paintings. If you like these, check out more great work on his portfolio.
If you like double exposure photography, you'll be sure to love these double exposure paintings by Pakayla Biehn. Biehn collaborates with multiple photographers to create these masterful re-creations. At first glance you might mistake them for photos. Her attention to details is amazing. For more, check the Double Exposure series on her site.
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!