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When 3D illustrations invade reality… (30 pics)

Artists Ramon Bruin, Allessandro Diddi, and Fredo are the creative masterminds behind these cool drawings that seem to jump right off the pages. Browse some of their finest pieces in the gallery below. If you want to see more of their work, check out their website.

30+ real-life Steampunk examples

Having gained notoriety just in the 1980s, the Steampunk movement is still quite young as an art genre. In short, its aim is to transfer modern world items and concepts to the looks and aesthetics of the Victorian era. The result is nothing short of extraordinary. Appealing retro versions of pieces of our reality rendered

The 12 most expensive paintings in the history of humanity..

The world of art inspires, encourages and stimulates creativity. Art is an incredible way to express thoughts, feelings and emotions… There are many experienced artists or painters who have shown their charismatic creations in unforgettable and unmissable ways. Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, Leonardo Da Vinci etc. are the names that are written with golden

Why do the Greek statues have such small penis?..

Art evolving constantly, some details of ancient works now appear to us singular. This is the case, for example, of the size of the male genitals, almost systematically represented, in ancient Greek art, disproportionately small. Many statues, paintings and other works, often represent the man to his disadvantage, anatomically speaking. Because from ancient Greece to

Tullius Heuer blends pencil art with photography to create 3D art works.. (25 images)

Brazilian digital artist-illustrator Tullius Heuer blends simulated pencil art with photography to create dramatic 3D-esque masterpieces. Self-taught artist combines his pencil art simulations with photo manipulations in Photoshop and the results are absolutely magical. The part of the image that uses realistic photo, seems to be popping out of the paper, breathing life into his

Surreal paintings with a visual twist by Paco Pomet (12 images)

The art of Paco Pomet is highly iconoclastic. He possesses a wonderfully bizarre sense of humor that manifests itself in his oil paintings which contain a strange or humorous visual twist. His subverted landscapes and portraits often borrow from sepia-toned photographs that look like historical documents or vintage photos. There is a parallel to traditional