Russian-Israeli artist Leonid Afremov is one of the greatest and best-known modern impressionists of our time. The painter is famous for the unusual, yet very effective technique: all he uses for his paintings are oils, canvas and palette-knife. The brush-free paintings gives the astounding edginess to the luminous city and land scapes.
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While many photographers are in the race for the latest gear, 16-year-old Spanish photographer Cristina Otero uses her cheap Canon 1000D and 50mm f1.8 lens to create the most incredible self-portraits. In her series called “Tutti Frutti”, Otero cleverly combines various fruits with bold makeup colors creating some of the most powerful portraits I’ve ever seen. Interestingly, she doesn’t even use any studio lights. All Otero needs is a natural light coming from the window.
Ever wonder what would happen if you gave your kids thousands of stickers and complete freedom? Then you have to see these cool pictures taken in the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane where artist Yayoi Kusama created a completely white domestic environment and gave museum’s smallest visitors thousands of colored dot stickers.
Have you ever wanted to walk on a rainbow? Then you should visit “Your Rainbow Panorama” by Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson. It is a circular colored glass walkway that sits atop the ARoS art museum in Aarhus, Denmark and gives its visitors a 360° colorful view of the city. This unique rooftop is 150 meters long, 3 meters wide and 3 meters high, has a diameter of 52 meters and is mounted on slender columns 3.5 meters above the roof surface of the museum.
Meet Gabriel Wickbold, a young but super talented 25 year old artist from Brazil who takes the most colorful, sensual and expressive pictures you’ve ever seen.
Judging by his pictures he is not only very creative but also cruel. He could spill a whole bucket of paint on you just to get a perfect shot.