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Photo by:A.S Nagpal
"Paint War Engagement Session"
oh my fucking god i can’t even take how cute this is
Omg this is so adorable I cant
Chinese artist Paul Shanghai uses pencils, erasers, and blending stumps on bristol board to create awesome drawings of water with a life of its own. The clear fluid takes on the shapes of a dragon, a person, flowers, and even a goldfish leaping out one bowl and into another.
At first glance, Paul’s painstaking drawings look like photo manipulation, but by looking closely at larger images of these pieces on his his DeviantART gallery, it’s clear that they really are pencil renderings. And they’re beautiful.
[via Design Taxi]
Obvious Winner recently shared a few tentacular pieces of artwork by Singapore-based artist Keng Lye (previously featured here). You may recall that Keng creates these amazingly lifelike depictions of aquatic animals by gradually layering containers with acrylic paint and resin. The end result is a painting of a creature that looks like it’s about to wriggle out of its container and onto your lap.
Visit Keng Lye’s DeviantART gallery to view more of his awesome artwork.
[via Obvious Winner]
We just found the work of another awesome coffee artist. These tantalizing latte portraits are the work of Japanese latte artist Mattsun, currently treating people to delicious works of caffeinated art in Tokyo. Mattsun began creating drinkable works of art back in 2009 while working at an Italian restaurant. In 2011 he held a very popular solo exhibition, entitled Blue Sky Latte Art, in Dōtonbori, Osaka, Japan. To date he has created over 500 pieces of latter art and hopes to one day own a mobile cafe so that he can use his artwork to “bring smiles to people all across Japan.”