A piece of art? A time-lapse photo? A flickering light show? At first glance, this image looks nothing like the images that we are used to seeing from Hubble. The distinctive splashes of colour must surely be a piece of modern art, or an example of the photographic technique of “light painting”. Or, could they be the trademark tracks of electrically charged particles in a bubble chamber? On a space theme, how about a time-lapse of the paths of orbiting satellites?
I’ve seen Paper Art before but never as cool as this 🙂
No original source unfortunately due to this particular piece being published anonymously to Reddit. If anyone knows its origin, please let me know so I can credit it appropriately.
edit: Mentioned on Reddit as original artist being Peter Callesen
Source: [Peter Callesen]
A new artist I’ve come across today is Rudy Faber. Fantastic female form paintings. I especially love the lighting used in the compositions.
I love illustrating pin-ups. Sometimes I choose bright and colourful themes with some urban, pop-art, lowbrow influences. Other times I enjoy painting dark, eerie and macabre themed illustrations. My main focus in my work is giving my characters lots of personality.
Check him out at the source below.
Source: [Rudy Faber Portfolio]
Ramon Pla’s Pinocchio is amazing. I love his vision of the little wooden boy and his world drawn for a storybook app. Pla is an illustrator out of Spain who does children’s books, illustration, character design, and art toys. And pretty much everything he does is gold.
I just discovered that one of my drawings has been used by MSN in an article on character voices in movies. Psyched that they chose my ‘Fan Art’ of Genie from Disney’s Aladdin, but they could have at least given me a credit! I suppose though it is only Fan Art so it’s not as if they’ve stolen my artistic property. Never the less MSN, next time you want a picture for your articles, PAY the original artist for it! (I wonder if Disney know?)
Check it out here
I’ve been following this illustrator for a while now and he is VERY cool.
I just spent some time updating my deviantART Portfolio with a mini biography.
Again, messing around and using my friends as Guinea-pigs for my Wacom experimentation.
Nik will either love or hate this. Really I couldn’t hazard a guess at which it’ll be…
Time will tell.