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Camouflages Herself Into Floral Wallpaper And Fabric

Peruvian artist Cecilia Paredes camouflages herself into floral wallpaper and fabric for her photographic serie called “Landscapes”. For each portrait, she meltes her body with fabrics on the background becoming part of that landscape as well. Her torso, arms, and face fade into the background, as the curvature of her body and…

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Paper cut portraits | Yoo Hyun

Super talented Korean artist Yoo Hyun has a unique way of creating photo-realistic portraits. We know, these just look like photographs, but in reality they’re intricate paper cuts. Using a craft knife and a pair of tweezers, the artist carefully cuts lines into sheets of white paper, also incorporating a…

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Handwritten Portraits | Anatol Knotek

Amazing Handwritten Portraits by the Austrian artis and Visual Poet, Anatol Knotek! He says: “My name is anatol knotek, i am an austrian artist and visual poet. i post my own work and art that inspires me. it’s all about concrete and visual poetry, typography and conceptual art.” Vincent Van Gogh…

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Modern Portraits | Phil Galloway

When you first look at these paintings, which medium would you say was used? Oils? Pastels? Or maybe something else entirely? In reality, fine artist Phil Galloway worked on various devices in order to create these portraits digitally. It’s hard to believe, but entirely true. Using a Surface Pro 3 and Lumia 1520,…

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Cat Portraits | Felicity Berkleef

Cat lovers will have already seen this amazing series of Macro Cats Eyes, but if you were looking for some lovely photos of the whole animal, check out these ones by Felicity Berkleef. The photographer captures the personalities of each of the kitties she photographs, and her images portray the cute and cuddly…

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Outings | Julien de Casabianca

This is truly street art like no other. French artist Julien de Casabianca has made it his mission to “free” the anonymous subjects of famous paintings currently trapped in galleries around the world. He chooses portraits which are less recognisable than the more iconic Mona Lisa or Girl With The…

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Women Portraits | Piotr Czyz

Aren’t these pictures beautiful? Piotr Czyz‘s subjects are almost always women, and he photographs them in a personal yet unintrusive way, often focusing on lips, hair, and expressive eyes. His careful use of light make for intimite portraits which will draw you in. See a selection below, and many more…

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Melted Portraits | Brian Donnelly

These “melted” portraits are the work of Canadian artist Brian Donnelly, who uses hand sanitizer and turpentine to make the colours of his portraits run into colourful streams. His pieces add a vulnerability to his work, and make you focus on the detail in the rest of the portrait, like…

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Street Portraits | Sasha Korban

Sasha Korban is a Ukrainian artist originally from Kirovske. He’s been creating street art for well over a decade, and specialises in portrait work in a variety of different styles, from black and white realism to surreal and even cartoonish styles. As you can see form the images below, the…

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