Friday, November 25, 2011

Stunning Realistic Paintings By Ayman Maleki

Iman or Ayman in other spelling way was born on 1976 in Tehran, Iran. He has been fascinated by the art of Painting since he was a child. At the age of 15, he started to learn painting under the mastery of his first and only teacher - Morteza Katouzian - who is the greatest realist painter of Iran. Meanwhile, he began to paint professionally. In 1999 he graduated in Graphic Design from the Art University of Tehran. Since 1998, he has participated in several exhibitions. In the year 2000, he got married and in the following year he established ARA Painting Studio and started to teach painting, considering classical and traditional values.


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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Art Photography : Stunning Moments Of Underwater Waves By Mark Dipple

One of the most amazing and unique photograph which was captured by the photographer artist Mark Dipple from Sydney, Australia. He began underwater photograph  landscape because of he was fascinated of the life under water.   He spent several months in the seabed to capture the moment of underwater waves roll.


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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Art Photography : Stunning Photograph To Give You Some Rest

Far away in the desert, in beneath of the sea in the caves, between the valleys there's also a stunning scene you didn't see, National Geo is one of the most incredible channels that preview such these photos and scenes. 

Here I'v put some of the most stunning Photos captured by National Geo   to change your mood and I hope to have some rest with these photos.


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Stunning Paintings Art on A Dusty Dirty Cars

These incredible artworks belong to Scott Wade, a man who once again proves anything can be a diamond in the rough, even a dirty car window.
Scott Wade is a talented graphic designer, from Wimberley, Texas, who loves to get his hands dirty. He paints all kinds of pictures in the back of his and his wife’s car, using only his fingers, dust and a few brushes. From the Mona Lisa to the portrait of Albert Einstein, Wade has created a series of artworks that have often stopped traffic.
He says people often gather around their cars when they go out, just to admire the beauty and detail of his art. Some get out of their vehicles at a red light and take pictures of his car.
Mr. Wade doesn’t drive his cars on a dirt track to get it dirty enough. Instead he uses oil, a special kind of dirt and a hair dryer to spread it across the windows. This takes him about 10 minutes, instead of seven days of driving through the dirt.
Working with dust means his masterpieces are destroyed whenever it rains, but Scott Wade views that as an opportunity to create even more impressive artworks. You have to admit it’s a lot more impressive than writing “wash me” on a car window.

Go to Scott Wade’s official site to check out more photos of his dirty art.




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Friday, November 18, 2011

Stunning Portrait Photos Manipulation

Hello every one, today I post this art drawing which are painted using colored dots, it's really amazing portrait photos manipulation.



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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Stunning Realistic Pencil Drawings By The Artist Paul Lung

At the first time of seeing these pictures you'll say that all of them are photographed, but really all of them are actually done completely by pencil.

These very realistic pencil drawings are  painted by artist Paul Lung . Paul Lung is a pencil graphite realism drawing. The detail and contrast of the drawings are so lifelike that it is difficult to believe that they are not photographs.

Paul Lung  is  38-year-old artist, from Hong Kong, the only thing he needs to draw these fabulous pictures are  only an 0.5 mm technical  graphite pencil and sheets of A2 paper to create some of the most unbelievable works of art.

Shadows and lights are the most important things to take care of when drawing any thing to appear realistic. Each of these paintings may take as much as 60 hours.

Paul Lung official site


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Monday, November 14, 2011

Stunning Shapes of Flames Photos by Pol Tergejst

I was always fascinated with the shape of flames. I often ask myself what are flames actually made of, what kind of material is that.

Pol Tergejst is an artist from Ekaterinburk, in Russia, who decided to play with fire, literally. He uses flame shapes to create some kind of flame-shape paintings, he composes different images of them. All this involves a lot of photographing.

Here you can see a small collection of his artworks where he tried to be creative and use the flames, burned matches, and smoke in order to create unique artworks.


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Saturday, November 5, 2011

Incredible Artwork Using 500,000 Cigarettes To Make Tiger Skin Carpet

This is one of the most stunning art work of the China's famous contemporary artist Xu Bing. He has worked on tobacco-related projects for over ten years.  This work is one of the artists Tobacco Project which examines the culture and production of tobacco from the perspective of this Chinese artist.

This art was done across the exhibition hall at Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the rug is formed by the cigarettes which transformed into a creative material, unearthing contemporary and historical ideas about this powerful industry.



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Friday, November 4, 2011

Sculpture Art: Fabulous Cemetery And Grave Sculptures


While cemeteries are often only visited after a loved one has passed, they also serve as important places to mourn. One very famous cemetery that is frequently visited for completely different reasons is the Staglieno in Genoa, Italy. Opened in 1851, the cemetery is filled with artistic sculptures that leave us with questions about our own mortality and our relationship with death. Famous historical figures including Friedrich Nietzsche and Mark Twain are said to have been fascinated with the Staglieno, ruminating over life's unanswered questions as they strolled through the hallowed grounds.

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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Art Photography : The Beauty Of Nature by Lars van de Goor , Part 2

He was born in 1964 in the Netherlands, in a houseboat. next to a farm, located between lakes and meadows. his first passion was music, the latest photographt and editing. In a way he is still composin.

In 2007 he bought his first camera, a fre months later he placed the very first photos on the internet. Now four years later he is nominated as a finalist on te 2010 Hasselbad Masters Award, one of the most prestigious awards in the world of photography.




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Art Photography : The Beauty Of Nature by Lars van de Goor , Part 1

He was born in 1964 in the Netherlands, in a houseboat. next to a farm, located between lakes and meadows. his first passion was music, the latest photographt and editing. In a way he is still composin.

In 2007 he bought his first camera, a fre months later he placed the very first photos on the internet. Now four years later he is nominated as a finalist on te 2010 Hasselbad Masters Award, one of the most prestigious awards in the world of photography.




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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Stunning Photos, Trip To The Deepest Hole On The Earth

Today, the deepest hole ever created by humankind lies beneath the tower enclosing Kola’s drill. A number of boreholes split from the central branch, but the deepest is designated “SG-3,” a hole about nine inches wide which snakes over 12.262 kilometers (7.5 miles) into the Earth’s crust. The drill spent twenty-four years chewing its way to that depth, until its progress was finally halted in 1994, about 2.7 kilometers (1.7 miles) short of its 15,000-meter goal.
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