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Superheroes by Alex Gross (15 photos)

Combining 19th century cabinet card portraiture with superheroes, movie monsters, and other idols, Los Angeles-based artist Alex Gross has created an army of whimsical trading cards with a vintage feel. His love of days gone by inspired him to create the pop-culture masterpieces. “I absolutely love old photos and vintage pictures,” he told Vivianite. “The

Stunning Vintage Posters by Leopoldo Metlicovitz (15 images)

Leopoldo Metlicovitz was born in Trieste (Italy) in 1868. He was a painter, illustrator, stage designer and advertising artist. Metlicovitz is considered one of the forerunners of Italian Futurism artworks and, together with Leonetto Cappiello, Adolf Hohenstein, Giovanni Maria Mataloni and Marcello Dudovich is one of the fathers of modern Italian poster design.

Amazing Japanese Pop Art Face Painting (15 photos)

Founded in 1984 the Make Up For Ever Academy has become a well known name in the makeup industry and recently hosted a contest that invited students to re-interpret the work of Murakami, a contemporary Japanese writer. Inspired by the authors work the students adopted his style of surrealism, magic and fantasy perfectly, transforming their

« Unset in Stone », art by Brandi Read (15 images)

Brandi was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1976. At the age of twelve, she was living with her grandparents and twin sister in Bradenton, Florida. Her grandma took her to weekly art lessons. It was at that age that she received her first painting commission. A neighbor paid her twenty dollars to paint five California

Thought-provoking artworks by Gebelia (22 images)

Elia Colombo, also known as Gebe, and gebelia on Instagram, is an Italian artist who combines his two major passions – graphic design and philosophy – to create thought-provoking artwork. Through his colorful illustrations, Gebe openly speaks about controversial, but everyday topics, like social media, religion, and other things people are reluctant to talk about

Modern figurative painting by Spartaco Lombardo (20+ images)

Spartaco Lombardo was born in Luino, Italy by the Lake Maggiore on March 26, 1958. A modern figurative painting, he has displayed his works in personal and collective exhibition in Italy and abroad. Spartaco began his career as an artist in 1981. He has entered many national and international contests. ‘Artist, who has mastery command

Hans Hassenteufel – Figurative Realist painter (15 images)

The German painter Hans Hassenteufel (1887-1943) was born in 1887 in Hamburg and studied with Rudolf Zeller in Hamburg, at the Painting School Walter Thor in Munich and at the Munich Academy under Peter Halm and Franz von Stuck. His favorite subjects were portraits, figures, landscapes and still lives. More:Hans Hassenteufel

Inspiring Meaningful Drawings By Elonie Lopes (22 images)

The canons of female beauty have changed and Elonie Lopes, a young French illustrator, represents them perfectly with her pop style. Her pop style, which goes perfectly with a more street style, goes best with the chosen subject. Her site and her Instagram profile are, therefore, populated by girls with curves in the right places,

The Most Popular Jean Pierre Gibrat Comic Art (22 images)

Jean-Pierre Gibrat (1954) is a French comic artist and scriptwriter. His first complete stories were published in the French magazine Pilote. With Jackie Berroyer, he took on le petit Goudard in 1978, a series which he continued in the same year in Charlie Mensuel, then in Fluide Glacial in 1980. More: Jean Pierre Gibrat

Artwork by Pascale Taurua (15 images)

Pascale Taurua is a painter born in 1961, in the French Polynesia. Pascale’s father was a carpenter, so she had access from an early age to different materials, which influenced her to start making her first creations. But it was her grandmother and her passion for fabrics, which taught Pascale everything about colors. After studying