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Dreamlike and Surreal Creatures by Miranda Zimmerman (Faunwood)

Miranda Zimmerman a.k.a. Faunwood is a freelance artist who uses inspiration from transformations of nature and her background in science to create dreamlike and surreal creatures with multiple limbs, third eyes, and the ability to split into astral forms. Miranda graduated from California State University–Monterey Bay … Continue reading

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New Artworks by Noel Badges Pugh

Noel Badges Pugh (previously) dabbles in scientific illustration as well as artwork with a more psychedelic perspective. Inspired by nature and dreams, all’s created with an utmost appreciation for the details and structure of each subject. instagram / website / tumblr  

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Contemporary Embroidery by Sarah K. Benning

Sarah K. Benning is an American fiber artist. Though Sarah’s formal training and background are in the fine arts, she is self-taught in the craft of embroidery.  She approaches each piece primarily as an illustration, often abandoning traditional stitches and … Continue reading

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Jack of the Dust

Australia-based artist Jack of the Dust, a.k.a. Andrew “Andy” Firth, is pushing the limits through his creations with skulls that truly have to be seen to believed. Forever bringing something new and fresh to the table concreting his title of the “skull … Continue reading

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Monochromatic GIFs by Carl Burton

“Digital artist and animator Carl Burton creates quick atmospheric GIFs that blend elements of science fiction and surrealism.” via [Colossal]

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Live Leaf Tattoos by Rit Kit

“I’m a nature lover, so most of my sketches are related to flora,” Ukrainian tattooer Rit Kit explains. “But the more I drew, the more I wanted something fresh and native, to feel the plants without any steps in between.” … Continue reading

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Sprout Pencil: the First Pencil in the World That Can Be Planted After Use

The Sprout pencil is the first sustainable pencil in the world that can be planted after use. The Sprout Pencil has been given this dual function by replacing the eraser, which usually sits on top of the pencil, with a … Continue reading

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Naturephotography from Finland by Joni Niemelä

Joni Niemelä is a naturephotographer from Finland where most of his photos are also from. “Though I like to capture moments from various things in nature my favorite subjects are world of macro and those little details that usually gets unnoticed. I try … Continue reading

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Ceramic Repetitions by Albert Yonathan Setyawan

Watchers – Ceramic – slip casting, 72x69x7 cm, 2014 Albert Yonathan Setyawan started his study in ceramic in 2002 at Faculty of visual art, Bandung Institute of Technology. In his works he combined simplified forms of human, animals, plants, and geometric … Continue reading

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Hyperrealist Cacti Paintings by Kwang-Ho Lee

Kwang-Ho Lee is a remarkable realist painter from South Korea. His series “Touch” is a composition of large-scale paintings, easily mistaken for photographs, that induce viewers to a tactile stimulation. Johyun Gallery / Artsy / Atelier Ak via  [Hi-Fructose] [HonestlyWtf] [Colossal]

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