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Masterpieces Made of Oat Flakes

Sarah Rosado  created a new series about paintings works-of-art, with oat flakes and cinnamon. The Scream, The Jocund, The girl with the pearl earing… It’s now up to you to share this pleasure of recomposing great paintings and playfully rediscover them! Don’t forget to follow Feeldesain on Twitter + Facebook  + Pinterest to get all the latest updates.  …

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Blur | Alex Garant

These confusing paintings, which incorporate both graphic qualities and traditional portrait techniques, are the work of Alex Garant, an artist now based in Toronto, Canada. Using patterns, duplication of elements and image superposition, Garant turns images of catwalk models into confusing portraits which make you wonder if your eyes are…

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Mandala Stones | Elspeth McLean

Canada-based Australian artist Elspeth McLean‘s unique painting style is described as “Dotillism” – all of her colourful artworks are created with acrylic paint, a paintbrush, and hundreds of tiny, brightly-coloured dots. She creates many works inspired by nature, including fantastically bright paintings, but our favourites are these Mandala Stones, pebbles found by…

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Paintings for the blind

Touching old, expensive paintings isn’t what you’re expected to do in a gallery – in fact you’d usually be chucked out if you did – but at the Prado Museum in Madrid, a new exhibition allows and indeed encourages visitors to touch some of the most recognisable pieces of art…

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Mouth-watering hyperrealistic paintings | Tjalf Sparnaay

Dutch artist Tjalf Sparnaay is one of the leading names in the world of hyperrealism, and from these images, you can see why. He’s been working on his art style, which he calls Megarealism, since 1987 and focuses on trivial, everyday topics.  “My paintings,” says Sparnaay, “are intended to enable the…

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Millenium | Hyper realistic Paintings

Armenian photographer, painter and drawer Tigran Tsitoghdzyan presents his latest work titled: Millenium. He drew hyperrealistics faces and hands creating an double exposure effect that is often seen in photographs but almost never in paintings. Very impressive, enjoy the photogallery below.          …

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Churches ceilings in Rome by Silvio Medeiros

Silvio Medeiros,  brazilian Art Director and photographer,  has recently taken amazing photos during his last visit in Rome, the eternal city, with its beautiful streets, museums and of course, with its awesome “basilicas”.  Rome is always a good idea, so Silvio create a small portraying serie of some of the most breath-taking Romans Churches,…

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Google Maps or Paintings?

English artist Halley Docherty decided to use already existing paintings and insert them in actual nowadays cities. So you will see traditional paintings from Canaletto fusing perfectly with Goggle Streetview snaps. [via] Don’t forget to follow Feeldesain on Twitter + Facebook  + Pinterest to get all the latest updates.…

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PAINTINGS MADE BY MOUTHS & FEET | Huang Guofu

Artistically gifted people can create beautiful art, no matter what. Chinese artist Huang Guofu proves the point. He lost both his arms at the age of four due to an electrical accident. Undeterred by his handicap, he started painting with his feet to support his sick father when he was…

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Celebrities Re-Imagined as Classic Paintings

Expert Photoshoppers over at Worth1000 continue to re-imagine classic paintings with celebrities as the models. The skilled photo manipulators have been expanding the site’s Modern Renaissance collection with their creative additions, transforming the likes of superstars like Julia Roberts and Jack Nicholson into painted people from centuries past. The cleverly…