In the photographs, they tried to capture somehow the universe inside a classical painting, where they felt like they were behind the scenes!
He finds characters from The Simpsons, The Lion King, Looney Tunes and even anime characters such as Goku around his town.
Their shop is called Katyushka Art Dolls, and they seem to gather a lot of inspiration from sea animals and every living creature in the ocean, even the imaginary ones!
She wanted to reflect her newfound happiness, after quitting several jobs until she found the one.
She draws all sorts of mythical creatures and original characters, but she approaches the Pokémon series with her love for holographic and prismatic colors.
The Googly Eyes Foundation offers to facilitate googly eyes to anyone willing to decorate our common spaces with funny faces that spark a smile in the face of passers-by.
As her Instagram profile bio states, make up is art, and her style demonstrates a very unique and complex set of skills that she has acquired over the years!
Her original designs are very special, because she sort of recreates brush strokes by quilling and folding little pieces of polymer clay to "paint" her creations.
Even if this short film might come across a bit corny in the beginning, the truth is that it will inspire you to get out and create as much as you can!
The ephemeral nature of their work, accompanied by the fact that it can't be displayed in an art show or gallery, doesn't help the artists get their deserved recognition!
Tattoo parlors aren't a rare sighting nowadays, since you can find them easily with a quick search on Google. But what about in the 1800s?
Whether you believe if your character and personality are actually determined by the day you were born or not, zodiac signs are a source of inspiration for artists because of the mystic aura that surrounds the subject.