Months and months in lockdown has been a perfect opportunity to explore what the movie and TV industry has to offer. With nothing much else to do and desperate need for entertainment, binging on Netflix shows has become totally acceptable, and with a high-quality Original series, even plausible. Here’s a treat for couch potatoes who have seen the best of Netflix—TheToyZone collaborated with digital artists to recreate iconic scenes from Netflix’s favorite shows with LEGO.Continue reading Digital Artists Recreate Scenes From 8 Netflix Shows In LEGO And Some Of Them Would Cost Up To $1000 In Real Life
One year after the first signs of a pandemic started to show up, every single soul started to notice how it affects our moods. As a full-time (landscape) photographer and digital artist who often travels for work, I was constrained straight from the beginning.
It was only a matter of time until I would fall into a creative rabbit hole.
Before that, I grew my social media audience rapidly from 0 to 30K, which allowed me to pursue my passion full time. Without being able to travel and create new content, I lost all motivation for everything until I opened my mind to new opportunities.Continue reading My Change From Feeling Creatively Lost To Reaching Success By Learning New Things
One could say photo manipulations are illusions created by heavy photo editing techniques. It is an art where ordinary photos are transformed into something alluring, surreal, and totally out of the box. Digital artist Hansruedi Ramsauer does just that, given that he happily switched his 20-year career in finance to become an artist. Right now, Hansruedi has over 52k followers on Instagram and a portfolio of over 500 works. His work has been featured by brands like Photoshop, Genesis USA, and Columbia EU. The artist has even held some exhibitions for his art too.Continue reading 131 Surreal Photo Manipulations That Challenge Logic By Hansruedi Ramsauer
The most iconic paintings throughout history are still carrying important messages through the art of today’s artists. An Italian digital artist, known on social media as CRUDEOIL 2.0, gave old paintings a new life as social satire. The 24-year-old artist reimagined famous classical paintings in the modern world, with a highlight on technology and social media, to poke fun at what’s wrong with our world. CRUDEOIL 2.0 has a degree in Fashion Design, but in parallel to the world of fashion, he is “following an artistic path by using software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects for the animation of images.”Continue reading Digital Artist Re-Contextualizes Famous Paintings To Criticize Modern Society (30 Pics) Interview With Artist
Looking at black and white historical photos, one can’t help but imagine how their subjects might have actually looked liked in real life. That’s where Joel Bellviure of Cassowary Colorizations steps in. The man creates detailed colorizations of historical photos, and the results look like they’ve just been taken. And not only that – he takes it one step further by providing a backstory for each of the pictures he colorizes.Continue reading Digital Artist Colorizes Old Photos And Explains Their Backstories (20 Pics)
The Oval Office became the central place of every American president since the beginning of the 20th century. It’s a tradition for every incoming president to change the décor in the Oval Office, from the upholstery to the wallpapers. The process is meant to reflect a president’s individual personality and intentions in office, as well as putting their own stamp on the world’s most illustrious room.Continue reading Digital Artists Recreated The Changes The Oval Office Went Through Over The Last 100 Years
Classical art has been an inspiration for many artists who try to constantly bring the artworks back to life with an original spin. Turkish art director and illustrator Murat Yıldırım imagined how famous paintings would look if they were made of fur and as a result, six of the world’s greatest art masterpieces got a hairy makeover in the “Furry Artworks” series by this Istanbul-based creative.Continue reading Digital Artist Reimagines Famous Paintings In Fur
Sydney-based Australian digital artist Scadarts (also known as mandal0re on Reddit) uses Photoshop to insert Star Wars characters into classic works of art such as mosaics or even paintings of Vincent van Gogh. Recently, one of his earlier projects placed familiar Jedi heroes in European military portraits, and though the artist does use other types of pop culture characters, his main forte seems to be Star Wars, as he is a huge fan.
We have previously mentioned the artist a few months back in one of our posts where the artist pranked his wife by changing their framed photo at home, and you can find it by clicking here.Continue reading This Digital Artist Photoshops Star Wars Characters Into Classical Artworks, Here Are His Best 80 Works Interview With Artist
Nowadays, photographers use black and white photography to convey emotion by playing with tones, contrasts, and shadows, but it wasn’t always an option to choose. Color photography brings photographs to life and reveals every little vivid detail that creates a compelling image. Photographers from the past could only convey the world they were living in in black and grey. Have you ever wondered what these photographers saw that very moment? I have.Continue reading I Colorized 30 Celebrities From The Golden Age Of Hollywood Using AI And It Took A Few Seconds
Shy Studio is an independent motion graphics studio founded by 3D animators Misha Shyukin and Hannes Hummel. Recently, the duo unveiled their latest project titled Artificial Bloom where they created mesmerizing digital flowers inspired by organic structures and natural patterns.Continue reading These Digital Artists Are Creating Mesmerizing Visualizations Using Flowers As Inspiration