A series of Yu-Gi-Oh Vogue covers I’ve been working on for ages.
Yu-Gi-Oh was a really huge part of my young adulthood and basically the reason I started drawing. So it was fun to come back and draw them at a higher skill level and figure out how I could draw them with normal human eyes and noses.
Also, all of Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters is on Hulu, so just watch it.
In order: Yami/Pharoh Atem, Ishizu Ishtar, Ryou Bakura and Seto Kaiba.
Watercolor sketch: Keep Your Feet Out of the Rain.
Amazing Drawings by Karla Mialynne
Talented artist Karla Mialynne isn’t content with simply sharing her stunning hyper-realistic art with her 44,000 Instagram followers – she posts these mixed-media images together with the artistic utensils she used to create these pieces, as if to prove that these are indeed drawings and not photographs.
Greg Gossel's Multi-Layered Pop Pieces
After watching Exit Through the Gift Shop, you may have a hard time looking at pop art and seeing it as a true movement. We even had a discussion right here on theMET whether comic books were a true form of art. Today, I thought I would introduce an artist named Greg Gossel, an artist undeniably inspired by Roy Lichtenstein. Using an array of media involving silkscreen, experimental Xerox copy and transfers, as well as various found billboard scraps and signage, Gossel creates kitschy, colorful art that’s reminiscent of years past with an interesting and modern twist.
Greg explains “the process of creating this new body of work consists of a constant layering of elements, building up the surface, and creating a unique history within each piece; adding new elements, while painting over and obscuring others. Through this process I try to explore the contrast between the mechanical repetition of silkscreen reproduction and geometric elements, with the organic and expressive qualities of hand painting and mark making.”
Because underneath my cool, calm exterior (a deep fabricated LIE) is a person who is very very very unsure of herself. As we all are! (right) (yeah)
Reblogging this from awhile ago because I’m feeling antsy again
Hoang Tran is a California native artist who carves incredibly detailed figurines in crayons.
Emily Blincoe: Color-coded photography
We’ve already featured talented Austin-based photographer Emily Blincoe a couple of times on iGNANT. Her output is amazingly creative and never fails to make us smile. Emily is probably best known for her color-coded arrangements.
For her latest works she collected color permutation of tomatoes, oranges, eggs, ice cream and leaves and sorted them into groups and gradients for each image
Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman
Faded Elegance: Photographs of Havana by Michael Eastman consists of twenty-nine, 6 x 7 1/2 ft. photographs taken by the artist in 2014. Eastman explores Havana’s changing cultural landscape in his images of the city’s architecture and lush, by the effects of time. His large-scale photographs evoke the nostalgia and wealth of a bygone era, while shedding light on the harsh economic realities faced..