Today we are taking a quick look at the fantastic artists Brandon Liao, Hyoung Hwan Kim, and Silvia Pelissero.
Freditor is away at space camp this week so no one wants to do any work. Since I’m the responsible one, I figured I might as well make a minor effort. Coming up – flybys! I’ll be sharing with you a bunch of my favourite artists, little yummy taste testers of goodness. Maybe also some … Continue reading Artist Quick Look: Emilie Leger, Katarzyna Madej, Atelier Feral, and Jennifer Hom
Kyonghwan Kim is a Korean digital artist whose works pop up across Deviant Art, Tumblr and concept blogs everywhere. Kim’s work features a variety of character, weapon & armor design that are sure to leave you thinking “Why didn’t I come up with that?”.
While tumbling through the vast creative universe, Creative Fluff came across an amazing artist who we at first could not distinguish whether it was traditionally painted or some sort of composited 3D scene. We quickly found that Badiu is a mixed media artist combining 3D elements with the traditional 2Dimensional techniques to create stunning works of art. But enough talk, just take a look at some of his work and let us know what you think:
I’ve been falling behind in reviewing, commenting, and posting all of the amazing artwork that Katherine(@fiametta137) keeps collecting and storing for me to post about. Â I’ve done a huge diservice to both her, and you the readers by not writing about these artists sooner. Â Today we’re going to take a look at Louis Roskosh and … Continue reading Featured Artist: Louis Roskosch – Simply Inspirational Artwork
Welcome readers to the Halloween Round up: a list of artwork inspired by fantastic visions of strange worlds, strange creatures, reflections of horror and the deranged. I’m sure there are many more artists to be found as Halloween nears, so part two could be just around the corner. For now, indulge yourself in some of … Continue reading Halloween Roundup
That picture just makes you stop and stare. Â With millions of things vying for your attention all at once, you soon find that the confusion creates a level of excitement that completes the piece. Â The above picture is entitled “My London”; aptly put when you take into consideration the volumes of pop culture that London … Continue reading Artist of the Week: Vince Fraser – Creative Illustration