Fancy having your own Pokémon living inside a beautiful and enchanting Poké Ball world of its own? Perhaps your own Charmeleon feeling at home in volcanic terrain, or maybe a cute Bulbasaur frolicking among colorful flowers? Then, you will surely fall in love with these gorgeous handmade Poké Ball terrariums created by American artist and artisan craftswoman Lauren.
Depending on the sizes and the effort involved, the artist sells her terrariums at prices ranging between $20 to $45 at her Etsy store. But as you can well imagine, she can’t make enough to keep up with the demand for the pieces. You can follow her on Twitter though to get updates about when the next batch of Poké Balls would go on sale.
I’m really loving this art mural titled “Exhausting Machine,” created by Swiss-based duo NEVERCREW on the streets of Vancouver, Canada. The piece was especially made for the 2016 Vancouver Mural Festival.
Przemyslaw Stanuch is a young Polish artist who makes makes charming sculptures of creatures taken straight out of the pages of a fantasy book. It’s hard to believe when you look at his creations, but this self-taught 24 year old artist started to sculpt them only an year ago. He uses polymer clay and acrylic paint to mold and color his pieces.
Stanuch has a message behind most of his sculptures, and that is to show people the positive aspects of the world.
I want to draw the attention of people to the things like return to: nature, harmony, healthy food and living ,and most importantly the return to true roots of every human. My goal is to draw the viewer into a world full of magic, joy and happiness.
You can visit his website where you not only check out more sculptures but also order a custom piece of your own.
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Freelance illustrator Leib Chigrin specializes in making his stipple illustrations using nothing more than pen and ink. He painstakingly uses dots and lines of varying thickness and shapes to bring his subjects to life on paper.
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Graphic designer and illustrator Amy Hamilton is well known for her “dream-like” portraits of beasts, both great and small. She uses both digital as well as traditional tools like graphite, gouache and ink to create her illustrations.
With colorful illustrations which seem ready to burst out of the pages of his children’s book “Stories of Numbers”, Lithuanian artist and illustrator Rimas Valeikis captures the vast imagination of kids who can create a world of their own, using sometimes nothing more than old cardboard boxes.
Valeikis studied at the Vilnius Academy Of Fine Arts and Stockholm Royal University College of Arts. He draws both real and digital illustrations, and mostly works on children’s books.
Vice Press will be in attendance at the NICE Comic Convention in Bedford, England, where they will be releasing a spanking new Judge Dredd screen print by graphic designer and illustrator Tom Whalen, and also a handbill of the iconic fictional lawman especially made for the event by Matt Ferguson.
And now, a short video on becoming a computer artist from Mathieu Lindrec, a French director and motion designer based in Paris. The short combines different techniques “such as motion design, stop motion, projection, 3D and 2D animation.”
IAMCRIME, the art collective from Los Angeles, California, are back with a new set of awesome art prints based on the characters from the upcoming “Suicide Squad” movie. You can get your hands on these very affordable prints at their online shop.
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