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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.
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...
South-African illustrator Iantha Naicker uses her palms as canvas to create cute 3D paintings. You can find more of her 3D illustrations on her Facebook.
Californian photographer and artist John Poppleton uses fluorescent pigments to paint gorgeous landscapes directly on the backs of female models. He then photographs the models under black light for the final effect. "I’ve always been in awe and wonder of...
Washington-based illustrator Kate Allan (aka The Latest Kate) creates adorable and colorful animal illustrations in which she includes powerful motivational quotes. Her inspirational artwork addresses especially to those who fight with anxiety, depression, suicidal feelings or negative body image and...
Uk-based artist Tom Baker (the man behind the Snow Windows) creates magical Christmas and winter scenes on windows using just a regular can of snow spray and a dry paint brush. Tom started painting amazing snow scenes at his home...
Using thin technical black ink pens on paper, Alessandro Paglia produces large scale realistic drawings of iconic design pieces 'as a tribute to their elegance and personality'. 'I always loved the power depth and elegance of black and white. The...
These amazingly expressive dog sculptures were created by UK-based artist Helen Thompson (aka Holy Smoke). Each piece is unique and was handcrafted using wire, natural linen and vintage textiles. The sculptures are available for purchase in different sizes through Helen...

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