A soon as I clapped eyes on these cute little artisan food miniatures I fell in love. The painstaking work that the artists have put into creating these great tiny masterpieces is just amazing.
Being an art student myself I really like anything which shows creativity, imagination and talent. One of the types of art I am really digging at the moment is Anime/Manga style. I like the look, the fantasy, the sexiness and the cuteness.
As they have already accustomed us, the guys at Vectorpack.net have launched a new great deal for designers all over the world! Their new Mega Design Bundle which is available for only 15 days with the incredible price of only $37 instead of $550 contains over 900 design elements needed by every designer in the […]
Charcoal drawing is a primitive form of visual art that has survived thousands of years. This form of art can be rooted in the early days of the world from paintings of cavemen who used burnt sticks as drawing tool.
I’ve often visited my family and friends homes and admired the many galleries of children’s artwork that get pinned on the fridge or kitchen notice boards. I know that when I was younger I was really proud that my mum had pinned my drawings on the fridge door and my dad even took them to […]
Here is a collection of inspired painting by the artist Robert Burden. They may look familiar to anyone that grew up in the 80’s or 90’s because they are all inspired by the classic action figures of great 80’s kids TV.
Being sheepishly bookish, I have a lot of books cluttered all around my desk. Yes, I don’t have the time to completely reorganize them, but every now and then, I try to. A few days ago, I did an attempt to organize all of my books and after an hour or so, I ended up […]
Welcome to the first post of 2012 on Web Design Mash. In this post we have a superb selection of excellent digital art to showcase again for the new year. It once again looks like a truly awesome year for inspired art and we will be featuring more great digital art later this year.
While I was visiting London the other month I came across some truly amazing 3D street art. 3D street art although drawn in 2D gives a 3-dimensional illusion when viewed from a specific standpoint. Some of the artworks are visually stunning and you can almost believe that what you are viewing is real.
“When there is no more room in hell , the dead shall walk the earth”, a famous quote from one of the best zombie and horror films ever made. I am talking about George A. Romero’s 1978 classic Dawn of the Dead.