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Artist Paints Hyper Realistic Animal Portraits That Place Your Own Pet In Historical Settings

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Save Life by Said Sagdeviren Talented Said Sagdeviren from Istanbul Turkey conceptualized and created these double exposure images animated with cinemagraph to initiate an awareness uproar to save these precious lives. via graphigeek

Adorable Animal Knitted Scarves Drape Over Your Neck by Nina Führer Dutch artist Nina Führer designs adorable knitted scarves made from high-quality materials like merino wool and cashmere which resemble wildlife figures. Führer creates fashion wear which resembles some of the cutest animals like cats sloths and foxes which are playfully draped around the neck. You can find more designs on her Etsy shop.

Book Sculptures for Dutch Book Week Van Wanten Etcetera created a series of print ads for Dutch Book Week. Featuring icons such as Anne Frank Vincent van Gogh Louis van Gaal and Kader Abdollah the ads coincide with that years theme of autobiographies. Since the ads were digitally constructed it is safe to say an ample amount of time and details were spent to perfect the texture of a book. View more book sculptures here!

Couple Creates Stunning Double-Exposure Animal Portraits To escape their daily routine and inject a dose of daydream and art into their lives Copenhagen-based couple creates Faunascapes which are surreal animal portraits. Composed using a double-exposure technique the animal portraits feature wildlife found in an enchanted forest such as the deer and owl among others cloaked with a stunning landscape view. The Faunascapes offer a taste of wanderlust and escapism in our fast-paced society…

Russian Artist Crafts Elaborate Baroque Paper Wigs Asuya Kozvin is a Russian paper artist who makes elaborate paper wigs in her latest art project. She explores a classical theme and brings it to life through the creative medium of paper. Her artwork does not strive to be a realistic impression of the historical accessory but a fun way for people to renew their fascination for the styles of that era. Using paper to make marvellous pieces of high art for a number of years Kozvin uses…

Ethereal Japanese Oil Paintings of Women Enraptured by Nature Japanese artist Miho Hirano composes stunning delicate oil paintings with an enchanting sensibility which is connected to nature. Hirams ethereal subjects are submerged with the blossoming beauty of nature in every stroke. Theyre connected to a range of beautiful flowers and dainty creatures. Each subject seems to be floating underwater in another realm where melancholy reigns. The women painted posses fairy-like features found…

Classical Portraits Sliced From Glass Loaves by Loren Stump California-based artist Loren Stump is a master of murrine a 4000-year-old Middle Eastern glass sculpture technique which results in exquisite slices of glass portraits. The artists best work so far is his interpretation of Da Vincis Virgin on the Rocks where the slabs of the classical art is meticulously replicated using hundreds of glass rods during casting. The masterpiece has been sold for $5000 for a slice. The ancient art…