well Tuomas Korpi is an illustrator, production designer and digital painter from Helsinki, Finland who have worked professionally in entertainment and advertising industry since 2005. In his work Tuomas blends the vivid impressionistic style and lighting with digital media using… Continue Reading
Rainbow love Life is Short and Love is Swift. How do you capture the moments of 2 lovers so that they could cherish the photo all their lives? Here I collected 50 quality love portraits in which photographers shared… Continue Reading
Kazuko Taniguchi is an illustrator based in Okayama, Japan who created intricate amazing portrait illustrations. She works on CD sleeves, flyers, illustrations for magazines and postcard designs, focusing on drawing cute girls in an anime and Japanese traditional styles.
Madrid Spain based artist, Fernando Vicente is known for his fascinating caricature illustrations. He always experiments to extend his artistic styles by introducing new pieces. In this series, the artist captures the feminine beauty by blending fashion elements.
Half Her Heart’s Duet Cynthia Sheppard (Rimmer) is a fantasy illustrator from the suburbs of Washington, DC, specializing in figurative art for books and games. Cynthia works in both traditional oil and digital paintings in her creations.
The research laboratory Los Angeles, CA based photographer Brooke Shaden created amazing work with her imagination as well as her camera and Photoshop. Using painterly techniques, she created art that blurs the lines between dreams and reality.
Galan Pang is a digital artist based in Shanghai, China. Galan has more than 10 years of experience in CG and video game industry, with an extensive background as a special effect, conceptual artist and matte painter. He is now… Continue Reading
Hey pewdie K-Koji is an amazing artist who’s from Japan and currently living in Canada. K-Koji created epic series of digital art with soft and subtle the colors. His work is composed of characters of Japanese mango Kuroshitsuji, video… Continue Reading