Acrylic

Acrylic

Surrealism lives on, and it turns out, it even flourishes. The author is James Jean who fit all of his biography into a line “b. 1979 – “. This is probably to support his status of surrealism artist. His works can be defined like that: I haven’t a clue what the artist wanted to say, but it’s witty. Most of the paintings were made using acrylic. And it’s a good idea, as it made James’s works even more mysterious and out of this world.

Invisible

Invisible

The photographer is a girl from Estonia. She’s only got friends for models now. But I should mention that her friends know how to pose for photos. The editing is really nice, the photos turn out to be cold. And the presence of bright colors somehow doesn’t change this impression at all. And there’s something of emo-style in those photos. But it’s not that important.

Redhead Photos

Red-head Photos

We’ve got a very nice photosession here, that the author named Emily Kiely. That’s probably the model’s name. Summer, light dresses and a skinny model with fiery-red hair. By the way, on some pictures the eyes are slightly irrealistic. The author says that was the idea. There is no more radical editing here.

Burlesque

Burlesque

When you understand what exactly inspires a person, his works become easier to understand. For this German artist a muse is a burlesque dancer and some edgy but memorable style of depicting characters. I think the artist should make a whole series of pictures with cabare dancers. These ones turned out very sweet. And, of course, Dita von Teese, as the only representative of the shows’ tradition in our time. We couldn’t do without her πŸ™‚

Bubble

Bubble

There is a thought that not all people who work as designers, are artists. If you think about it, you get sick of any work over time, And creative professions exhaust imagination rather quickly. Well, here is a disproof. LiaΒ  is a professional web-designer, and her works will say for themselves.

Smoked Foods

Smoked Foods

I hope you looked at the pictures before reading this πŸ™‚ a great designer idea – make a boring USB-drive look like a piece of smoked foods. I’d really like to have one of these. It looks like your hands are going to be greasy if you touch them πŸ™‚ This thing is not too expensive, 4 Gb cost something like $20, plus shipping and handling.

Wow

Wow

… Wow, wow! You will definitely like the works of this artist. Each picture is so multidimensional. This is done in a special drawing technique. If you think about that, each picture consists of tens and hundreds of layers with different colors and transparency levels. In the end there is a masterpiece. By the way, Maria used Adobe Illustrator for this.

Background

Background

These are the drawings by an Italian girl Nonnetta. She’s got really interesting photos in her portfolio. They’re fresh, with a feeling of reality. But I really liked the series of drawings Blue background. It looks almost like a comic. Besides, the topic of sad head-balls who are chasing hearts, is really for my mood.

Forest Photos

Forest Photos

The author is Hugh Schneider from Germany. He only likes taking pictures of nature. It might seem too simple, but you just look at these amazing photos of the forest. It’s live and barely touched nature. Oh, yeah. Such photos can be made only in a guarded forest zone, where vandals (and some people are vandals by their nature) can’t come. And that’s where they’ve been made.