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Italian artist creates ‘Sculpaintings’ using bones and recycled objects Art / Design / Offbeat

Bones are usually associated with death and the macabre. Maybe that’s why some people don’t prefer dead remains of a body near their houses, forget bringing them inside. But Pierpaolo Catini, an Italian artist based in New York City, sees bones as art objects to create unique Sculpaintings, which will make you forget about its connection with lifelessness and decay.


Veterinary student gets crafty with her animal paintings on wood Art / Painting

You not always have to go to an art class or do a special course to learn “Art.” It’s all about your inner creativity and happiness that together lead you to create something artistic, no matter you’re a professional artist or from any other professional field. Sarah Postner from Austria is one such artist who is a veterinary student, who brings out her artistic side...

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You need to check out miniature paintings on tea bags by Ruby Silvious Art / DIY / Offbeat / Painting

It’s not a well-kept secret that almost every artist owns a personal diary full of creative content. But a few artists like to stand out from the crowd. Falling in the same category, New York-based artist, Ruby Silvious, has her unique way of keeping a journal. Instead of a regular memoir, she picks used tea bags that we instantly throw away after finishing our tea.


Self-taught Artist Paints One-Eyed Portraits of Hollywood Celebrities! Art / Painting

Artists come up with their own unique ways to stand out or to grab the attention of their audiences. Likewise, Kamile Lukrecija Lukosiute, Lithuania-based self-taught artist, is trying to appeal Hollywood celebrities by painting their portraits with only “One Eye”! Popularly known as KLL, this young artist doesn’t like to paint on the left-hand side of the paper. So, she makes One-Eyed portraits of popular...

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These are not photographs, but incredibly realistic paintings!! Art / Painting

Artists can wield all sorts of magic on canvas. Italian painter Marco Grassi is one such brilliant artist who creates incredibly realistic paintings that can be mistaken as real photographs. No kidding! These are not real photographs, but remarkable paintings that balance on a very thin line between hyperrealism and surrealism.



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