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Hyperrealistic Paintings Reveal the Animalistic Inner Selves of NYC Subway Riders

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My little ugly pony: Maddison, six, in bid to raise £4,000 for operation on disfigured foal

Maddison Biddlecombe & Diego / a special little girl who doesn't want her foal to be put down just because he looks different. Diego was born in May with Wry Nose Syndrome which causes the upper & lower jaw of the horse to grow to one side. Maddison is hoping to raise the money needed for Diego to have surgery, so he could live a 'normal' life. / via dailymail.co.uk

Hyperrealistic Paintings Reveal the Animalistic Inner Selves of NYC Subway Riders

When viewing artist Matthew Grabelsky’s work, you’d swear you’re looking at a photograph... until you see the elephant in the room—or cheetah or zebra. The Los Angeles-based hyperrealistic painter fuses human portraits of New York City subway riders with the heads of animals, transforming the underground into a surreal jungle of its own. The characters in Grabelsky’s paintings act as if there’s nothing out of the ordinary about their appearance. They don business attire, brave the rush-hour…

Hyperrealistic Paintings Reveal the Animalistic Inner Selves of NYC Subway Riders

When viewing artist Matthew Grabelsky’s work, you’d swear you’re looking at a photograph... until you see the elephant in the room—or cheetah or zebra. The Los Angeles-based hyperrealistic painter fuses human portraits of New York City subway riders with the heads of animals, transforming the underground into a surreal jungle of its own. The characters in Grabelsky’s paintings act as if there’s nothing out of the ordinary about their appearance. They don business attire, brave the rush-hour…

Momentos vivientes // Living moments (by Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg)

Photography team Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg (of Ann Street Studio) spend their days perfecting the creative presentation of living moments known as cinemagraph…

Return of the invisible man: Artist creates more images of himself camouflaged with his background

Camouflage: The artist blends in with rows and rows of people dressed in red hoods Liu Bolin

Vivid Floral Embroidery Art Woven onto Vintage Tennis and Badminton Rackets

Embroidery artist Danielle Clough uses vintage tennis and badminton rackets to create beautiful images of nature.

Paintings by Matthew Grabelsky

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