MyEDOL


My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo

By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal

This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]

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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann
This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram |  [via: Twisted Sifter]
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#followmeto by Murad Osmann

This wonderful series is created by Russian photographer Muras Osmann as he travels the world with his girlfriend, Nataly Zakharova, leading him by the hand. The series is on his Instagram page which is linked below and it’s well worth checking out to see all the exciting and exotic places his girlfriend has pulled him along to.

Artists: | Instagram | [via: Twisted Sifter]

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Transform by Bence Bakonyi
This urban camouflage series was created by Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi. The series shows people seamlessly blending into their surroundings by merely using the clothing they are wearing. The attention to detail is really fascinating and I love how everything lines up so perfectly.

Artists: | Website | Behance | Tumblr | [via: JunkCulture]
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Transform by Bence Bakonyi
This urban camouflage series was created by Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi. The series shows people seamlessly blending into their surroundings by merely using the clothing they are wearing. The attention to detail is really fascinating and I love how everything lines up so perfectly.

Artists: | Website | Behance | Tumblr | [via: JunkCulture]
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Transform by Bence Bakonyi
This urban camouflage series was created by Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi. The series shows people seamlessly blending into their surroundings by merely using the clothing they are wearing. The attention to detail is really fascinating and I love how everything lines up so perfectly.

Artists: | Website | Behance | Tumblr | [via: JunkCulture]
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Transform by Bence Bakonyi

This urban camouflage series was created by Hungarian photographer Bence Bakonyi. The series shows people seamlessly blending into their surroundings by merely using the clothing they are wearing. The attention to detail is really fascinating and I love how everything lines up so perfectly.

Artists: | Website | Behance | Tumblr | [via: JunkCulture]

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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

Must Watch:
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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

Must Watch:
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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong
I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.
Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

Must Watch:
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Spiral Portraits by Chan Hwee Chong

I know that these portraits are relatively old in terms of the internet, 4 months old in fact, but I some how missed them first time around and I thought I’d share them for people like myself who often miss astonishing things.

Created for Faber Castell and using Faber Castellpens Chan Hwee Chong meticulously and carefully spiralled his way around the page, never removing pen from paper, and using varied pressure to add detail to the portraits. I’ve embedded an incredible video below that shows the making of one of the poster designs and I’d highly recommend watching if you’ve never seen it before.

Artists: | Behance | [via: 123inspiration]

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Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède
By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.




Artists: | Website |  [via: Design Taxi]
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Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède
By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.




Artists: | Website |  [via: Design Taxi]
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Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède
By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.




Artists: | Website |  [via: Design Taxi]
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Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède
By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.




Artists: | Website |  [via: Design Taxi]
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Gravity Defying Photography by Cerise Doucède

By using strings to suspend objects in midair, French photographer Cerise Doucède is able to create dream like images frozen in time. Finding inspiration in normal day to day tasks, the mundane nature of the scene is juxtaposed with the encapsulating fantasy world swirling around the subjects. Cerise also deliberately leaves the strings in shot and visible to the viewer, she does this to maintain a connection between reality and the surreal moments captured.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]

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Hiding In The City by Liu Bolin
Liu Bolin is no stranger to my blog and I’ve posted his work several times during my time on tumblr. This post features work from his latest project titled, Hiding in the City, where he effectively becomes an invisible man in various surroundings throughout China and Paris. Only the faint outline of his body gives away his position, and there’s no photoshop trickery here, it’s pure body art which leaves him standing perfectly still for hours on end.









Artists: | Website | Wiki | [via: Hype Notice]
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Hiding In The City by Liu Bolin
Liu Bolin is no stranger to my blog and I’ve posted his work several times during my time on tumblr. This post features work from his latest project titled, Hiding in the City, where he effectively becomes an invisible man in various surroundings throughout China and Paris. Only the faint outline of his body gives away his position, and there’s no photoshop trickery here, it’s pure body art which leaves him standing perfectly still for hours on end.









Artists: | Website | Wiki | [via: Hype Notice]
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Hiding In The City by Liu Bolin
Liu Bolin is no stranger to my blog and I’ve posted his work several times during my time on tumblr. This post features work from his latest project titled, Hiding in the City, where he effectively becomes an invisible man in various surroundings throughout China and Paris. Only the faint outline of his body gives away his position, and there’s no photoshop trickery here, it’s pure body art which leaves him standing perfectly still for hours on end.









Artists: | Website | Wiki | [via: Hype Notice]
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Hiding In The City by Liu Bolin
Liu Bolin is no stranger to my blog and I’ve posted his work several times during my time on tumblr. This post features work from his latest project titled, Hiding in the City, where he effectively becomes an invisible man in various surroundings throughout China and Paris. Only the faint outline of his body gives away his position, and there’s no photoshop trickery here, it’s pure body art which leaves him standing perfectly still for hours on end.









Artists: | Website | Wiki | [via: Hype Notice]
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Hiding In The City by Liu Bolin

Liu Bolin is no stranger to my blog and I’ve posted his work several times during my time on tumblr. This post features work from his latest project titled, Hiding in the City, where he effectively becomes an invisible man in various surroundings throughout China and Paris. Only the faint outline of his body gives away his position, and there’s no photoshop trickery here, it’s pure body art which leaves him standing perfectly still for hours on end.

Artists: | Website | Wiki[via: Hype Notice]

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Grace Series by Jonni Cheatwood 
Jonni Cheatwood’s work is often in the form of geometric abstraction, but his recent series entitled Grace displays his unique take on self portraits. By pouring brightly coloured acrylic paint down a black and white image of himself he’s created a rather striking set of abstract images that maintain his anonymity.








Artists: | Website | Blog | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]
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Grace Series by Jonni Cheatwood 
Jonni Cheatwood’s work is often in the form of geometric abstraction, but his recent series entitled Grace displays his unique take on self portraits. By pouring brightly coloured acrylic paint down a black and white image of himself he’s created a rather striking set of abstract images that maintain his anonymity.








Artists: | Website | Blog | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]
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Grace Series by Jonni Cheatwood 
Jonni Cheatwood’s work is often in the form of geometric abstraction, but his recent series entitled Grace displays his unique take on self portraits. By pouring brightly coloured acrylic paint down a black and white image of himself he’s created a rather striking set of abstract images that maintain his anonymity.








Artists: | Website | Blog | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]
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Grace Series by Jonni Cheatwood 
Jonni Cheatwood’s work is often in the form of geometric abstraction, but his recent series entitled Grace displays his unique take on self portraits. By pouring brightly coloured acrylic paint down a black and white image of himself he’s created a rather striking set of abstract images that maintain his anonymity.








Artists: | Website | Blog | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]
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Grace Series by Jonni Cheatwood 

Jonni Cheatwood’s work is often in the form of geometric abstraction, but his recent series entitled Grace displays his unique take on self portraits. By pouring brightly coloured acrylic paint down a black and white image of himself he’s created a rather striking set of abstract images that maintain his anonymity.

Artists: | Website | Blog | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Milk: what will you make of me? by Alexa Meade and Sheila Vand
I’ve been a fan of Alexa Meade for a while now and her work often really plays with your mind. Her ability to turn real human beings into portrait paintings is something which is hard to comprehend at first. In her latest project she’s teamed up with actress Sheila Vand to produce a series which continues on from her signature body painting technique, however the body is submerged in a canvas of milk to strip away depth and dimension. Embedded below is a behind the scenes video.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Milk: what will you make of me? by Alexa Meade and Sheila Vand
I’ve been a fan of Alexa Meade for a while now and her work often really plays with your mind. Her ability to turn real human beings into portrait paintings is something which is hard to comprehend at first. In her latest project she’s teamed up with actress Sheila Vand to produce a series which continues on from her signature body painting technique, however the body is submerged in a canvas of milk to strip away depth and dimension. Embedded below is a behind the scenes video.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Milk: what will you make of me? by Alexa Meade and Sheila Vand
I’ve been a fan of Alexa Meade for a while now and her work often really plays with your mind. Her ability to turn real human beings into portrait paintings is something which is hard to comprehend at first. In her latest project she’s teamed up with actress Sheila Vand to produce a series which continues on from her signature body painting technique, however the body is submerged in a canvas of milk to strip away depth and dimension. Embedded below is a behind the scenes video.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Milk: what will you make of me? by Alexa Meade and Sheila Vand
I’ve been a fan of Alexa Meade for a while now and her work often really plays with your mind. Her ability to turn real human beings into portrait paintings is something which is hard to comprehend at first. In her latest project she’s teamed up with actress Sheila Vand to produce a series which continues on from her signature body painting technique, however the body is submerged in a canvas of milk to strip away depth and dimension. Embedded below is a behind the scenes video.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Milk: what will you make of me? by Alexa Meade and Sheila Vand
I’ve been a fan of Alexa Meade for a while now and her work often really plays with your mind. Her ability to turn real human beings into portrait paintings is something which is hard to comprehend at first. In her latest project she’s teamed up with actress Sheila Vand to produce a series which continues on from her signature body painting technique, however the body is submerged in a canvas of milk to strip away depth and dimension. Embedded below is a behind the scenes video.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Milk: what will you make of me? by Alexa Meade and Sheila Vand
I’ve been a fan of Alexa Meade for a while now and her work often really plays with your mind. Her ability to turn real human beings into portrait paintings is something which is hard to comprehend at first. In her latest project she’s teamed up with actress Sheila Vand to produce a series which continues on from her signature body painting technique, however the body is submerged in a canvas of milk to strip away depth and dimension. Embedded below is a behind the scenes video.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Milk: what will you make of me? by Alexa Meade and Sheila Vand
I’ve been a fan of Alexa Meade for a while now and her work often really plays with your mind. Her ability to turn real human beings into portrait paintings is something which is hard to comprehend at first. In her latest project she’s teamed up with actress Sheila Vand to produce a series which continues on from her signature body painting technique, however the body is submerged in a canvas of milk to strip away depth and dimension. Embedded below is a behind the scenes video.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Milk: what will you make of me? by Alexa Meade and Sheila Vand

I’ve been a fan of Alexa Meade for a while now and her work often really plays with your mind. Her ability to turn real human beings into portrait paintings is something which is hard to comprehend at first. In her latest project she’s teamed up with actress Sheila Vand to produce a series which continues on from her signature body painting technique, however the body is submerged in a canvas of milk to strip away depth and dimension. Embedded below is a behind the scenes video.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen
I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]
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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen
I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]
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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen
I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]
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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen
I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]
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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen
I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]
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Pencil Portraits by Rupert Smissen

I first became aware of Rupert’s work when he received a D&AD Yellow Pencil for his Black Swan portrait that he entered in to their illustration brief earlier this year, which is the first image in this photoset. This is a few of my favourite portraits which he has created and I urge you to check out his website, as well as his tumblr blog, which are both linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: illusion]

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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia
Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration]

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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia
Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration]

Must Watch:
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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia
Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration]

Must Watch:
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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia
Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration]

Must Watch:
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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia
Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration]

Must Watch:
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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia

Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter[via: 123inspiration]

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(Source: myedol.com)

Sensazioni by Diego Fazi
This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]
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Sensazioni by Diego Fazi
This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]
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Sensazioni by Diego Fazi
This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]
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Sensazioni by Diego Fazi

This incredible portrait may look like a black and white photograph, but it is in fact a photorealistic pencil drawing. Created by 22 year old Diego Fazi, the self taught Italian artist won an award for Best New Artist in 2011 and it’s not hard to see why. The level of dedication to complete such a detailed work of art is astonishing, and more of his work can be found in the links below.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | DeviantArt | [via: electru]

(Source: myedol.com)

Portraits by Blommers & Schumm 
Created for Hector Magazine these mind bending portraits almost make my eyes water just looking at them. To see the figures, then you must either view them from a distance, or look at your screen from a slight angle. If you’ve had a heavy night then you might want to steer clear of these because they could be vomit inducing.

Artists: | Website |  [via Illusion]
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Portraits by Blommers & Schumm 
Created for Hector Magazine these mind bending portraits almost make my eyes water just looking at them. To see the figures, then you must either view them from a distance, or look at your screen from a slight angle. If you’ve had a heavy night then you might want to steer clear of these because they could be vomit inducing.

Artists: | Website |  [via Illusion]
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Portraits by Blommers & Schumm 
Created for Hector Magazine these mind bending portraits almost make my eyes water just looking at them. To see the figures, then you must either view them from a distance, or look at your screen from a slight angle. If you’ve had a heavy night then you might want to steer clear of these because they could be vomit inducing.

Artists: | Website |  [via Illusion]
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Portraits by Blommers & Schumm 

Created for Hector Magazine these mind bending portraits almost make my eyes water just looking at them. To see the figures, then you must either view them from a distance, or look at your screen from a slight angle. If you’ve had a heavy night then you might want to steer clear of these because they could be vomit inducing.

Artists: | Website | [via Illusion]

(Source: myedol.com)

Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv
When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]
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Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv
When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]
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Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv
When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]
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Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv
When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]
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Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv
When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]
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Scribble Portraits by Sergei & Vyacheslav Savelyv

When I was younger scribble art was a talent very few appreciated. It was a past time of mine during art class, that ultimately ending in “scribble wars” with friends which was a game of endurance as you had to fill an entire A3 sheet of paper with dense scribble lines to win, looking back I wasted a lot of art supplies as a child. I never quite elevated passed novice level but these twins from Russia seem to be rather advanced in the ancient craft.

Artists: | Website | [via: Oddity Central]

(Source: myedol.com)

Nelson Mandela Sculpture by Marco Cianfanelli
Former President Nelson Mandela is an incredibly inspiring figure of our time, and will be forever remembered for his noble charismatic attitude. To pay homage to this remarkable man a unique sculpture was unveiled to commemorate 50 years since his imfamous arrest which resulted in his incarcerated for 27 years, most of which was spend on Robben Island. The sculpture is created from 50 charcoal coloured steal columns which now stand on the site where he was captured.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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Nelson Mandela Sculpture by Marco Cianfanelli
Former President Nelson Mandela is an incredibly inspiring figure of our time, and will be forever remembered for his noble charismatic attitude. To pay homage to this remarkable man a unique sculpture was unveiled to commemorate 50 years since his imfamous arrest which resulted in his incarcerated for 27 years, most of which was spend on Robben Island. The sculpture is created from 50 charcoal coloured steal columns which now stand on the site where he was captured.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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Nelson Mandela Sculpture by Marco Cianfanelli
Former President Nelson Mandela is an incredibly inspiring figure of our time, and will be forever remembered for his noble charismatic attitude. To pay homage to this remarkable man a unique sculpture was unveiled to commemorate 50 years since his imfamous arrest which resulted in his incarcerated for 27 years, most of which was spend on Robben Island. The sculpture is created from 50 charcoal coloured steal columns which now stand on the site where he was captured.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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Nelson Mandela Sculpture by Marco Cianfanelli
Former President Nelson Mandela is an incredibly inspiring figure of our time, and will be forever remembered for his noble charismatic attitude. To pay homage to this remarkable man a unique sculpture was unveiled to commemorate 50 years since his imfamous arrest which resulted in his incarcerated for 27 years, most of which was spend on Robben Island. The sculpture is created from 50 charcoal coloured steal columns which now stand on the site where he was captured.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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Nelson Mandela Sculpture by Marco Cianfanelli

Former President Nelson Mandela is an incredibly inspiring figure of our time, and will be forever remembered for his noble charismatic attitude. To pay homage to this remarkable man a unique sculpture was unveiled to commemorate 50 years since his imfamous arrest which resulted in his incarcerated for 27 years, most of which was spend on Robben Island. The sculpture is created from 50 charcoal coloured steal columns which now stand on the site where he was captured.

Artists: | Website[via: Wave Avenue]

(Source: myedol.com)

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