Inspired by their love for both dogs and airplanes, digital production studio Ink created this playful series, entitled Dogfighters, that blends WWII planes with a selection of friendly, furry animals. The studio explains that the planes were "carefully paired with their canine counterparts in order to transform their familiar hard-edged, silhouettes into a more adorable craft; a…
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Artist Chow Martin has created some unique and creepy pieces of work for his Tank Series. The drawings are mostly rendered in ink but charcoal and oil have been used in some of them. Each one highlights Martin's excellent understanding of anatomical structures and proportions even if the works introduce highly surreal elements. Looking as if they have been…Continue
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U.K. photographer Mark Mawson has added another impressive group of photographs to his already amazing portfolio. Entitled Aqueous Fluoreau, the series is an extension of a previous group of work similarly titled called Aqueous. Using ink and water, Mawson uses a secret technique to take these remarkable photographs that he is not sharing. Whatever his process…Continue
Beautiful yet haunting is the best way to describe Craww's artwork. Using a variety of different mediums including pencil, paint, and spilt ink, Craww creates sad girls with large, expressive hands.
"I tend to work in a very stream of consciousness way and I rarely have a plan when I start, the pieces taking on a life of their own, almost telling their own story…
South African photographer Warwick Saint captures the raw, counter-culture sexuality of his models, while maintaining a refined sense of style that is equally classy. Even if you're not into tattoos, you have to admit - these photos are totally mesmerizing.
Born in 1972, Warwick left South Africa for London after getting his bachelors in Art and Philosophy. He now lives in Brooklyn and works…
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