An intricate series of dots and lines create beautiful landscapes in these paintings by Chinese artist Zhu Daoping. More images below.
Paintings from “Conversations with Hopper” by Toronto Ontario-based artist Peter Harris, found via our March Reader Submissions. More images below.
Paintings by Vienna-based fine artist Julia Faber, found via our Reader Submissions. More images below.
Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew, a 33-year old Thai artist, creates ghostly portraits in three dimensions, painting on layers of fine netting. In an interview, Nimmalaikaew says he started using the technique after he saw a bit of paint on his mosquito netting when he was attending Silapakorn University in Bangkok.
The process for creating the illusions means that the images shift and become distorted as the viewer changes position, adding a supernatural tone to the work. More images and a video clip below.
100+ Painters Contributing 12 Oil Paintings per Second in World’s First Feature-Length Painted Animation
“Loving Vincent” has a trailer! The world’s first feature-length painted animation will focus on the life of Vincent Van Gogh and feature 12 oil paintings per second, created by more than 100 painters, using the same techniques Van Gogh himself used. The film is being produced by Breakthru Films and Trademark Films. Watch the trailer below!
A selection of drawings by artist Johan Barrios, found via our February Reader Submissions. More images below.
Selection of recent paintings by San Francisco, California-based artist Nicholas Bohac, who we’ve featured a couple times before (click here for previous posts). More images below.
A series of self-portraits by illustrator Katty Huertas, found through our January Reader Submissions. More images below.
Artist Ian Ingram explores the art of the self-portrait, working with charcoal, pastel, ink, watercolour, as well as less conventional things like beeswax, string, and butterfly wings. A graduate of the University of Chicago, Ingram now lives and works in Sayulita, Mexico. Check out more of his incredible work below.