Realistic Finger Painting

Using only a finger, an iPad Air and the app Procreate, artist Kyle Lambert has painted a photorealistic portrait of actor Morgan Freeman. Painted by Kyle Lambert www.kylelambert.co.uk The world’s most realistic finger painting. Original Photograph Taken by Scott Gries – http://www.scottgries.com
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Creative A4 Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Peter Callesen have recently worked almost exclusively with white paper addressing different objects, paper cuts, installations and performances. A large part of his work is made from A4 sheets of paper and in this post we are displaying some his A4 papercuts work.

Peter Callesen have recently worked almost exclusively with white paper addressing different objects, paper cuts, installations and performances. A large part of his work is made from A4 sheets of paper and in this post we are displaying some his A4 papercuts work.
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Creative 3D Pencil Art by NAGAI HIDEYUKI

Nagai Hideyuki is a great Japanese artist born on February 1991, I stumbled upon his page while browsing around and found some great 3D drawing from this talented artist.

Nagai Hideyuki is a great Japanese artist born on February 1991, I stumbled upon his page while browsing around and found some great 3D drawing from this talented artist, so here it goes …


To see more of Nagai Hideyuki art visit http://nagaihideyukiart.jimdo.com/

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The Art of Japanese Manhole Covers

Manhole covers are one of the coolest attraction in Japan, It’s custom made for each town and city. It’s designed from images of cultural history, flora, fauna, landmarks and local festivals.

Manhole covers are one of the coolest attraction in Japan, It’s custom made for each town and city. It’s designed from images of cultural history, flora, fauna, landmarks and local festivals.
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Creative Carved Pencil Art by Dalton M.Ghetti

Dalton began handling tools at the young age in Brazil, he used either a razor blade or a pocket knife to sharpen their pencils for drawing and writing.

Dalton M.Ghetti began handling tools at the young age in Brazil, he used either a razor blade or a pocket knife to sharpen their pencils for drawing and writing. His idea is to bring people’s attention to small objects, most of the pencils he uses are recycled from streets and sidewalks, he turns recoiled pencils into beautiful art.
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Light and Shadow Art by Kumi Yamashita

Kumi Yamashita takes shadow art to a new level by creating faces out of bent papers and arranged objects.

Creative and talented Kumi Yamashita is born in Japan and lives and works in New York City takes light and shadow art to a new level by bending and arranging items to display a calculated outcome, I don’t want to spoil the fun for you so here it goes …
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Creative Paper Art by Diana Beltran Herrera

Diana have created a creative and brilliant paper art by stacking strips of paper on top of each others

Diana have created a creative and brilliant paper art by stacking strips of paper on top of each others, She studies at Jorge Tadeo Lanzano University, Bogota, Colombia. In this post we will list some of Diana’s work and we hope you like it, so here it goes …
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