Michał Karcz aka (Karezoid on Deviant Art) is an artist and photographer from Warsaw, Poland. His passion for painting and photography help to create these beautifully surreal worlds. This is just a small sampling of his fantastic work. I highly reccommend checking out his Deviant Art gallery if you like these.
"Most of my work is like a journey to the places which don't exist. Places from my dreams, desire, imagination and fears."
Every industry has its unsung heroes. They are recognized and celebrated by their peers, but are relatively unknown to the rest of the world. One of those jobs in the fashion industry is hairstyling. Let me now introduce you to a master of hairstyling: Arnostyle. Arnostyle creates crazy, outrageous, and amazingly interesting hairstyles for fashion shots. If you like these, check out the rest here.
Achraf Amiri is the creative mastermind behind these very interesting illustrations of fashion designer shoes. He is a freelance art director and graphic designer based in Brussels, Belgium. When most people think of high end fashion, they probably wouldn't imagine these illustrations. Achraf has created his own niche in eclectic unconventional fashion illustrations.
Jirka Väätäinen gives us an impressive glimpse at what the girls of Disney might look like in real life. What started out as a personal project has turned into a wildly popular series.
Each piece is a mixture of features from different pictures all over the internet. He mixes, blends and combines them together in Photoshop to come up with the final picture.
If you like these, you should also check out the Historical Disney Princesses by Claire Hummel.
I am absolutely floored by the illustrative art of Brittney Lee. All of her illustrations look like they were plucked straight out of a Disney animated movie. From the character and background illustrations, to the details and colors, everything matches the quality of the most impressive Disney animation. She has even created some paper art that you can catch at the bottom! If you like her work, I highly suggest purchasing something from her Etsy store.
Loving the double exposure photography work by Dan Mountford. The way the two exposures are combined make for some really interesting shots. The compositions are creative and interesting, If you get a chance, head over to his Flickr set and read the descriptions for these shots.