Katie hosmer's Blog Posts Tagged 'digital art' (9)

Stunning Digital Illustrations Reveal Fragmented Human Forms

London-based artist Grégoire A. Meyer creates flawless digital illustrations that evoke emotionally thoughtful reactions. He captures the essence of fleeting moments, like a splash of water or a disintegrating face, and freezes them in time in ephemeral objects that appear almost tangible.

The works are distortions of the human form and create a complex relationship between…


Added by katie hosmer on April 5, 2014 at 8:50am — No Comments

Looking at Lively New York Scenes through an Artist's Glasses

Anyone who has ever experienced a moment of fuzzy vision will appreciate the clever approach to this project, entitled Seeing New York. Created by photographer Jamie Beck and visual graphics artist Kevin Burg of Ann Street Studio and Cinemagraphs, the series is a…


Added by katie hosmer on February 11, 2014 at 8:00am — 2 Comments

Shocking Typography Series Designed with Human Features

This surprisingly realistic series of human-inspired typography is quite shocking. Created by creative director JC Debroize, each unnaturally bent arrangement features a letter of the alphabet designed with human characteristics including skin, oddly placed hair, and eyeballs peering out unexpectedly from the curves and bends of each shape. However, once you get past the initial…


Added by katie hosmer on February 10, 2014 at 9:30am — No Comments

PainfuIly Drifting Away Into Another Realm

Artist Lente Scura takes us on an emotional journey through her visually striking digital compositions. Filled with dramatic anguish, each female appears to be struggling with a sad, lonely heart. As the human forms melt away into a confusing blur of reality and dreams, there is a haunting presence of imminent death within the life of each figure.

The portraits are composed…


Added by katie hosmer on October 4, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments

Detailed Digital Flowers Radiate with a Magical Glow

Russian artist Tatiana Kondratova creates stunning depictions of vibrant, glowing flowers using digital art techniques. Kondratova's impressive skills result in realistic light that sparkles along the surface of the petals, which are often set against a dark background. Light shining out from a central point suggests an otherworldly presence of life within the colorful plants and the…


Added by katie hosmer on September 15, 2013 at 10:45am — No Comments

Expressive Digital Illustrations that Tell Surreal Stories

These surreal scenes by Christian Schloe feature bizarre moments that draw viewers out of a concrete reality and into a dreamy, fictional world. In his work, the digital artist creates expressive visual stories filled with soft color palettes, elegant birds and butterflies, soft flower petals, and otherworldly, majestic landscapes. The illusion of a scratched canvas and worn, aged…


Added by katie hosmer on September 13, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments

"Dogfighters" Morph WWII Planes with Furry Animals

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…


Added by katie hosmer on September 4, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

Hilarious Disney Mash-Ups Feature the Popular Grumpy Cat

These Grumpy Cat/Disney Mashups don't exactly follow the original animated scripts! In each illustration, artist Eric Proctor—aka TsaoShin—replaces classic princess figures with internet celebrity Grumpy Cat. The results are hilarious scenes in which the cranky feline doesn't quite seem to belong. So far, the ongoing collection of illustrations feature Beauty and the…


Added by katie hosmer on September 3, 2013 at 11:00am — 1 Comment

Incredibly Captivating and Expressive Portraits

At first, I thought these images by 22-year-old photographer Robby Cavanaugh were completely fabricated interpretations of life. From the flying fish to the woman standing on top of water, his work portrays intense technical strength as a digital artist. At the same time, though, it turns out that he is also quite the creative energetic, who isn’t afraid to haul a giant door to the beach…


Added by katie hosmer on April 20, 2012 at 8:00am — 1 Comment


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