The beauty of cartoons is that the characters can be whatever the cartoonist wants them to be. Animals are a favourite, but there are also robots, cars, food, even sponges. The possibilities are endless! But what happens if we want to give our favourite non-human characters a human face?
From afar, French artist David Bayo’s portrait might look a regular portrait (albeit a STUNNING one), but look closer and you’ll see that it’s made up of dots – about … Read more
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In his series Knitted Camouflage, photographer Joseph Ford makes models blend in with their surroundings using not military fatigues, but rather, sweaters. The UK-based creative has been working with knitter … Read more
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A picture is worth a thousand words…
Former US President Barack Obama turned on the charm at the recent unveiling of new presidential portraits. The new official presidential portraits of Obama and his wife, former First Lady … Read more
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Australian artist Andrew Yee is a modern-day Renaissance man. The dude illustrates, raps, creates video content, and heck, he even puts out wrestling podcasts. Unlike many artists, the Sydney-based creative … Read more
Nature is beautiful as it is, but James Brunt is constantly finding new ways to make it look even more appealing. James creates artworks using natural objects he finds around his home, and their intricacy will please both your eyes and your soul.
For his latest project, artist Bobby Duke turned his medium – a pencil – into the artwork itself. The video above shows the Texas-based creative sculpting a pencil on the … Read more
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Japanese embroidery artist Ipnot creates hyperrealistic food art in a feast for the eyes rather than the belly. Utilising the French knot method to stitch together her awe-inspiring works, Ipnot’s … Read more
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Sydney artist Gerald Leung (aka Brackmetal) came into the Lost At E Minor offices to show off his talent and chat about all things life and art. Here’s a timelapse … Read more
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When it comes to creating fluid, organic sculptures out of rigid materials, you might say that artist John Bisbee has pretty much nailed it. The Maine-based artist discovered his love … Read more
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You’ve seen the Paramount Pictures logo in the countless times you’ve been to the cinemas, but have you ever wondered how that breathtaking painting got made? Well, back in 1914, … Read more
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Portland-based tattooist Brittny Abad encourages her clients to explore and embrace their sexuality through erotic body art. The 24-year-old artist, originally from California, creates designs that often focus on the … Read more
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Kowloon-born, Sydney-based artist Stellar Leuna is definitely no Lisa Frank. Her interest isn’t in rainbows or unicorns, but rather, witches and occult symbolism. The young artist has a cult following … Read more
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British artist Kate MccGwire makes unbelievable sculptures that, at first glance, may look like snakes coiled up in balls. But look closer and you’ll see that they’re merely carefully-arranged feathers. … Read more
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The old and the new don’t always agree, but sometimes they put aside their differences and create something beautiful. Marc-O-Matic, aka Marco Ryan, is best described as a multidisciplinary immersive … Read more
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Russian artist Evgeny Ches makes illusions of animals and dinosaurs smack dab in the middle of the forest, giving unsuspecting hikers a pleasant surprise. The technique Evgeny works with is … Read more
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Australian artist Andrew Dennis (formerly known as Jumbo) has just finished a new mural that lets Sydney residents take in art while doing their shopping. The massive mural is located … Read more
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Pablo Gerardo Camacho, a graphic designer based in Bogota, creates portraits that are as stunning as they are disturbing. Inspired by the macabre, Camacho’s illustrations depict images of people with … Read more
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