i really like the idea of the antlers resembling a tree/forest because that is what the stag is the king of. So in a way the antlers give the stag a status and make him more superior than the other animals.
I am Annija Veldre from Latvia, a 21-year-old self-taught artist. I take creative fine art photos and Photoshop manipulations to capture the essence of beauty in the connection of human, nature and animal.
Armenian fashion illustrator Edgar Artis uses stylized paper cut outs and everyday objects to create beautiful dresses. His creative fashion sketches include such items as rose petals, various plants and food, even buildings. He's not the first to explore this idea - previously we wrote about an architect and fashion illustrator Shamekh Bluwi, who also used various everyday objects to complete his fashion dresses.
You certainly won't find Giulia Bernardelli crying over spilt coffee. The Italian artist paints intricate scenes and portraits with her morning cups of joe, ice cream, honey, wine . . . really, just about anything. Just check out her Instagram and be wowed by the things she's able to create with
Selon moi cette oeuvre est fait au crayons de bois. Les couleurs sont chaudes, car les teintes se situent dans le mauve et un peu dans le rouge. En observant cette oeuvre, je déduis que l'artiste à voulu représenter ou nous faire comprendre que la musique peut nous emporter dans un monde imaginaire que nous pouvons nous même créer. J'aime cette oeuvre car je trouve qu'elle me représente car lorsque j'écoute de la musique, celle-ci m'emporte avec elle. More
While it may not seem like scribbling with crayons could be therapeutic, there’s a lot of unconscious processing that goes on in your mind during any form of artistic expression—much more than you may think. Read the article here: paleo.co/...
When artist Lei Melendres has nothing better to do, he doodles. And this is just one of many pieces he has created as a result. Fully utilising his spare time, the crazy-talented illustrator uses a black marker, neat lines and no space left un-doodled in his work.