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Graphic Art Between Renaissance And Modernity

The French artist Benedicte Piccolillo, graphic designer and street artist, is the talent hidden behind Voglio Bene. Based in Mauguio, South of France, she creates from “coups de Coeur” that she may have had on old paintings from masters. Initially a photographer, the artist is self-taught in digital graphic creation. “I can fall in love with a piece from the Middle Ages as well as a Mannerist painting. My favorite period remains the Renaissance, especially Italian, but also Spanish. It is full of religious paintings, each one more beautiful than the next, which maintains and delights my spiritual side” she explains. Depuis quelques années, Bénédicte s’intéresse de plus en plus à l’histoire de l’art et veut donner une dimension plus culturelle à son travail. « French castles and museums are beginning to be seduced and to approach me in order to launch collaborations », she explains.closevolume_off

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For The First Time, We Created Colored Postcards (6 Pics)

We are a minimalist style graphic designer. We always created everything in black and white. We decided to test the colors this spring. Actually, we have no regrets. These flowery variegated cards were very much liked by our customers.

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I Really Love Coffee And I Started Creating Art With Coffee And A Little Bit Of Tea

There comes a moment for every artist when you want to find your favorite theme and style in which you will work!

I worked for a long time as a web and graphic designer, and when I started doing traditional and digital art, it wasn’t easy to define a style. All the time, I wanted to do something in one style or another, and my works all the time jumped in colors, themes, and methods of transmission.

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I Shoot Alien Worlds In Contemporary Architecture

My name is Bolek Wanat, I’m a graphic designer and a photographer from Poland. This is part of my ongoing project named “Destructures”. 

De-structures are architectural images that architects do not want to see. Instead of straight lines and perfect proportions, I look for imperfections, abstractions and title destruction in contemporary architecture. I want to show architecture that we usually don’t see – looking from afar, not seeing details or feeding on idealized visualizations. Monochrome frames are used to focus attention on sharp, sometimes brutal shapes. In my photographs I try to blur the perspective, and I treat the concepts of vertical and level by convention, forcing the viewer to think – what does he really see?

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If 57 Iconic Artists Were Architects, As Imagined By Federico Babina

Federico Babina is an Italian architect and graphic designer who lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. He’s a curious person. Every day, Federico tries to rediscover a way to observe the world, and his series Archist and Classic Archist are perfect examples of that.

“[For these] exercises, I reimagined art, taking pleasure in transforming famous artists’ works into buildings, virtually reconstructing and reinterpreting their artistic language into mine,” Babina told Bored Panda.

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I Create Greek Myths Out Of Paper Cutouts In My Miniature Theatre (29 Pics)

I am an illustrator and paper artist. I’m taking some of my favorite Greek myths and illustrating them using my paper theatre—a technique of cutting characters and props and photographing them inside a miniature theatre.

I’ll keep illustrating mythology stories from the Greeks and move on to world mythology. You can see the full stories on my website and Instagram.

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20 Stunning Illustrations Of Animals By Moscow-Based Artist Maxim Shkret

Maxim Shkret is a Moscow-based digital artist who creates stunning colorful visualizations of animals in a unique style he calls “Solid organics”. The artist has over 10 years of experience in the field and has worked as a graphic designer and art director for various advertising during that time.

The artist says he’s a “strong advocate of experiments on the intersection of digital and physical” and firmly believes that imagination is free from any constraints and boundaries. Maxim says that it’s a powerful engine fueling the creative process that allows him to propel the aesthetics of visual art to new heights. “Nowadays, the imagination is further equipped with the latest evolving technologies, which make it possible to refine the visual breakthroughs on the continuous basis,” writes the artist.

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Moscow-based artist Maxim Shkret creates majestic illustrations of animals in his own unique style

Maxim has two academic degrees – one in classical Art and another in Industrial Design – and combines the experience from both of these fields in his works.

The artist says that his works do not mimic folded paper or vector graphics and instead are created by combining hard surface modeling and organic sculpting techniques. According to Maxim, his style “represents the relationship between biomorphic and geometric allotting the weight and roundness of natural forms to the sculptures.”

Maxim doesn’t use any scripts or third-party plug-ins. to create his art and only uses standard modeling and sculpting tools, such as 3DS Max, ZBrush, and Adobe Photoshop, while also applying a biological approach to abstraction.

See more of Maxim’s incredible works below and if you want more, see our previous post here!

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One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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Artist Shows How Popular Apps Would Have Looked In The 1980s (13 Pics)

Have you ever wondered how famous apps would have looked in the 1980s? Graphic designer Luli Kibudi surely did! The 28-year-old artist from Buenos Aires, Argentina, currently living in Barcelona, created a new series called “Once Appon a Time” where she depicts famous apps a few decades back and gives them a new retro look. Scroll down for Bored Panda’s interview with the artist!

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Becca Gizmo the Squirrel1 day ago

Mixtape!5ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#2 

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MsM1 day ago

I kinda miss typewriters. I don’t miss trying to correct typos on them, though.16ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

“Honestly, I just saw a picture of a Diskette on the internet and came up with the idea. I just thought ‘Oh, the iCloud of the old days.’ I was using my spare time stuck at home because of COVID-19 to work on new projects and I thought it would be fun to work on something like that! Once I figured out the main concept, I started thinking about all the other elements we used in my younger days and started connecting them with the apps we use today. I spent 3 days thinking about how to name the project, I wanted the name to have a twist of some sort, until I came up with ‘Once Appon a Time.’ So that’s basically how the idea popped into my head!” Luli says to Bored Panda.#3 

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Juan Alcorta1 day ago

There are so many applicants for each job you apply to at LinkedIn, that you might as well throw your resume in a bottle to the sea.12Reply#4 

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MsM1 day ago

I believe that my 80 year old father still has his black rotary phone.11ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

In her project, Facebook becomes a long-forgotten photo album, Microsoft Word a retro typewriter, LinkedIn a newspaper’s job listing, and Gmail a physical letter. This series gives good nostalgia for old times when people used to search for jobs in newspapers, go to the nearest post office to send physical letters to one another, and have physical photos that they would keep in photo albums.#5 

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Firework1 day ago

I would imagine Netflix as a video rental shop, because it’s not just 1 film.4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#6 

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Pinterest

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Andrew Gibb1 day ago

like the wall of a stalker2ReplyView more comments

When asked how long it took for her to make one illustration, she said: “It depends on the simplicity: the ones that I spent less time on are the simpler ones, like Spotify and Netflix (half an hour). The more complex ones were Linkedin, Pinterest and Gmail, since i had to spend a few hours retouching them (3 hrs).” She says that she enjoyed creating this project as she could dedicate as much time as she wanted. “I enjoyed all of the steps: from thinking about the apps in the old days and linking it to retro elements to retouching all images and looking at the final designs!” she explains.#7 

Gmail

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Celia1 day ago

I miss snail mail.. but then, its not save to give your full address to strangers now2ReplyView more comments#8 

Wikipedia

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tuzdayschild1 day ago

Try several volumes14ReplyView more comments

Luli Kibudi has been working as a graphic designer for almost 10 years now. Her main fields are the marketing and advertising industries. “I studied graphic design and did some marketing and programming courses. I worked in editorial design, marketing, advertising agencies, and brands, so I feel I could learn and experience graphic design from many different approaches.” She has a strong interest in arts and design so her series are extremely detailed and well-done. It’s even hard to tell that these things did not exist in the 1980s!#9 

YouTube

YouTube

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tuzdayschild1 day ago

Suddenly the logo makes sense3ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#10 

iCloud

iCloud

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Hans1 day ago

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Facebook

Facebook

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Daria B1 day ago

Personally, I perceive Facebook as closer to the following children’s hobby we used to have in my time. Someone would take a notebook, fill it with questions (1 question per page), and then pass it on for each classmate to answer, and have it returned filled with answers and maybe pictures from classmates and friends.12ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#12 

Domestika

Domestika

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Oskar vanZandt1 day ago

Another one I’ve not heard of… not surprising as I am a little tech-apps resistant.7ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#13 

Slack

Slack

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Oskar vanZandt1 day ago

Never heard of this- in either timeline.15ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

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30 Four-Panel Comics For People Who Have A Bit Of A Darker Sense Of Humor

Tyler Martin is no newbie when it comes to comics. Martin spent most of his time in high school in the art room. Whether it was lunch or one of the several made-up elective art classes he has had. Later, the self-taught artist and graphic designer started working in advertising and posting his digital art on the Web in the late nineties, creating a fairly popular site that had cartoon versions of rock bands. More projects followed but eventually, Martin found himself developing platforms and websites for publishing comics rather than creating them.

As time went by, however, he couldn’t help but feel that something was missing. An outlet. Even though he wasn’t producing comics, ideas kept swirling around in his head, begging the artist to let them loose. So Martin made a comeback. He reintroduced Wally and Osborne, a series about a lost polar bear that winds up in Antarctica and befriends a penguin and created Puddlemunch.

“Being much less restrictive than Wally and Osborne, Puddlemunch gives me the freedom to pretty much create any ridiculous scenario that pops into my mind,” Martin told Bored Panda. These short strips perfectly show just how good of a storyteller Martin really is. Using only four panels to tell a joke, he develops interesting characters and surprising plots, all while reflecting the humorous world we live in.

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Ola Polowczyk 2 days agoIf it’s stupid and it works, it ain’t stupid

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“[With Puddlemunch], I poke fun at the levels of complexity we add to our otherwise simple existence,” Martin explained the idea behind the series where animals make their appearances, too. “We are silly and we know it. We also have some dark realities: if we don’t laugh, we’ll cry.”

As you might’ve seen, Puddlemunch has quite a few recurring characters. The artist joked that one day he may like them enough to actually name them. “The rabbit and bear kind of started it all so the two of them are close to my heart and will continue to show up,” Martin reassured. “I’m envious of the rabbit’s ability to live for the moment and by emotion and impulsiveness, but I play it too safe for that. We all need a bear in our life to keep us in line with a reality check.”

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Then there’s the bald, yellow-shirt guy. “He is fun, just for the horrible things that happen to him and I can sometimes relate to being too passive in such a competitive world. Toby and his mustached dad are the dark-humored side of parenting that I have experienced as both a child and a parent.” More is also planned for the extremist raccoon and his ‘do what you gotta do’ attitude.

“A lot of people like the twisted-conscience robber guy as well, I’ll bring him back at some point.”

If anything is certain, it’s that Tyler hasn’t lost his artistic touch. Even though there had been a hiatus in his career as a comics creator, he resumed things right where he had left them — exposing the peculiar and the mundane through absurd humor.

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Jessica Cole 2 days agoOh my effing God, too much. I love this.

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Night Owl 2 days ago (edited)sit, shit, all the same thing , right?

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Night Owl 2 days ago (edited)I wonder if cats love empty boxes for a similar reason. Dun dun duuun

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Night Owl 2 days ago“Not soon enough.”

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Anne 2 days agoit does feel like that sometimes..

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Jessica Cole 2 days agoAhhh hahaha! Very awkward, I likes!

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bossy 2 days agowow that got dark

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Dorothy Parker 2 days agoVery cute.

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Kaeden 2 days agoSo true… So true.

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Seabeast 2 days agoBoth dogs and cats have licenses where I live… guess I better hide the car keys.

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von Funnyname 2 days agoThere’s a solid chance they’re plotting this even without a pandemic…

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Joran Quinten 2 days agoWell supposedly that’s only been touched by clean hands. Nevertheless I always use my feet, legs, elbow, tongue or any other extension than my hands

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Capermom 2 days agoHahaha…!

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Samantha Lomb 2 days agoI like Hawaiian pizza. Its sweet and salty

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FurryPotatoCat 2 days agothat was unexpected but still wholesome.

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Annabeth Chase 2 days ago…good to know everyone knows to do good

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Hans 2 days agoThis is exactly how I imagine it.

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Kaeden 2 days ago (edited)HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHH!!!

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Hans 2 days ago😀

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Dorothy Parker 2 days agoRidiculous. That giant stone gives me the chills in the film and it did it here!

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Seabeast 2 days agoI once caught a long skirt in an escalator and had to tear the fabric to get it loose.

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DancingToMyself 1 day agoThis kid is already traumatized for life 🙂

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mph seti 2 days ago (edited)‘Merica! Seriously, though…At least the raccoon did signal.

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DC 2 days agoHe deserved that!

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Hans 2 days agoWow, that one was beyond evil!

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This Artist Reimagined Disney Characters As Oil Paintings, And You’ll Want One In Your Bedroom

Heather Theurer is an American painter, illustrator and graphic designer. As one of her projects, she decided to do an interesting and unique take on Disney characters by painting them as renaissance style paintings.

The artist doesn’t just recreate the Disney artists’ work – she does her own unique interpretations, often reimagining the characters’ appearances completely. Heather’s paintings are full of detail and capture the emotion of each character perfectly. Check them out in the gallery below!

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#1 Mulan

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#2 Lilo & Stitch

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#3 Merida

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#4 Elsa, Anna And Olaf

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#5 Tiana

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#6 Dumbo

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#7 Alice

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#8 Belle

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#9 Ariel

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#10 Rapunzel

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#11 Cinderella

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#12 Peter Pan And Wendy

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#13 Mr. Toad

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