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Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes (aka Sketchy Stories) is best known for his intricate Moleskine Doodles. Using only ordinary black pens, Kerby creates incredibly elaborate illustrations. Abstract lines, shapes and animals are combined to create massive compositions depicting his everyday experiences...
Korean tattoo artist Silo from Aro Tattoo creates beautiful works of art onto the skin of her clients. Her beautiful feminine designs, which focus on floral compositions, are immortalized on the human skin in light colors reminding the aesthetics of...
As part of his ongoing series 'Daily Drawings', Ohio-based graphic designer and illustrator Derek Myers publishes every day a new ink illustration on his blog.
The rabbit tattoo is the most adorable and charming animal tattoo you can put on your skin. A lot of people chose rabbit tattoos not only due to their love for these animals but also due to the vast...
Januz Miralles is a digital artist, illustrator, and painter based in Laguna, Philippines. Januz creates abstract portraits of human figures by mixing multiple painting techniques with digital photo manipulation and photography. He resurfaces a digital image through adding varying types...
Tattoos made just in black ink are usually associated with tribal shapes. But Russian tattoo artist Parvick Faramarz shows the true potential of blackwork. Intricate geometric shapes, dots and bold lines are combined in his creations which depict complex forms of...
West Virginia-based artist Brett Kern creates interesting ceramic sculptures that appear to be inflatable toys. Although the pieces look inflatable and soft, these are made out of clay and ceramic glazes. Several of his sculptures are available at his Etsy...
Arizona-based sculptor Tom Eckert creates mind-boggling wood sculptures that appear to be everyday objects. His life-size pieces are made entirely of wood and then painted using various spray and brush techniques. Tom Eckert received his M.F.A. degree from Arizona State University,...
North Carolina-based artist Yumi Okita creates amazing textile sculptures depicting colourful moths, butterflies and other insects. Okita's creations are made by hand using fabric, cotton, fake fur, fabric paint, embroidery thread, wire, and feathers. They are quite larger than real...

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