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 His subverted landscapes and portraits often borrow from sepia-toned photographs that look like historical documents or vintage photos.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

Imaginary realism by Albert Carel Willink (12 images)

Albert Carel Willink (1900 – 1983) was a Dutch painter who called his style of Magic realism “imaginary realism”. Willink’s earliest paintings were in an expressionist manner, although he also painted abstract works at the time that he exhibited with the November group in 1923. By 1924 he had adopted a figurative style influenced by

Combining Surrealism, Dada and Pop Art: art works by Nancy Fouts… (18 images)

American-born artist Nancy Fouts is best known for her distinctive sculptural works, which reconfigure commonplace objects and materials with a characteristically playful and provocative humour. Combining Surrealism, Dada and Pop Art, her work brings together seemingly disconnected objects and ideas to revel in the inherent strangeness of the everyday. Nancy Fouts has a great sense

Surreal, Bosch-inspired paintings by Leonora Carrington (20 images)

Leonora Carrington (1917 – 2011) was an English-born Mexican artist, surrealist painter, and novelist. She lived most of her adult life in Mexico City, and was one of the last surviving participants in the Surrealist movement of the 1930s. Carrington was also a founding member of the Women’s Liberation Movement in Mexico during the 1970s.

Geometric Animal Street Art By Dzia (15 photos)

Dzia is a street artist from Belgium who has been painting giant murals of animals for almost three years. He has become well known for his distinctive, highly detailed style that uses geometric lines both bold and thin to create truly amazing murals of animals. His artwork can often be found brightening even the most

Hilarious masterpieces of absurd by Javier Mayoral (30+ images)

It’s difficult to do more than open a website today before you’re faced with a semi-hilarious internet meme, but Javier Mayoral’s small surrealist paintings are easily the best of them all. The artist, who has received no formal training, paints in his spare time when he’s not working as a chef – a fact that

Thought provoking and controversial London street art by iCON (20 images)

iCON is a street artist from Thamesmead in the south east of London (an area infomous for being the back drop to the cult movie classic A Clockwork Orange). Mostly working with contrasting styles of cartoon and reality iCON delivers messages of social commentary through his socially conscious street art. Pioneer of a street art