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Famous Paintings Recreated Using Thousands of Torn Magazine Scraps

Famous Paintings Recreated Using Thousands of Torn Magazine Scraps paper painting collage

Famous Paintings Recreated Using Thousands of Torn Magazine Scraps paper painting collage

Famous Paintings Recreated Using Thousands of Torn Magazine Scraps paper painting collage

Famous Paintings Recreated Using Thousands of Torn Magazine Scraps paper painting collage

Famous Paintings Recreated Using Thousands of Torn Magazine Scraps paper painting collage

Famous Paintings Recreated Using Thousands of Torn Magazine Scraps paper painting collage

Brazilian-born Brooklyn-based artist Vik Muniz (previously) has a number of new works on display at Galerie Xippas in Paris as part of his Pictures of Magazine 2 series. The nine pieces are recreations of famous paintings by Van Gogh, Manet, Cézanne and other artists using cut and torn fragments from popular magazines. I’ve seen a number of works similar to these where multiple components of trash or other objects are organized to create works by old masters, but Muniz seems to take things a step further into another level of perfection and detail. Muniz was also just in Rio where he completed a massive trash installation depicting Guanabara Bay. (via ARTchipel)

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Digitally Assembled Paintings by Russ Mills

Digitally Assembled Paintings by Russ Mills portraits painting illustration

Digitally Assembled Paintings by Russ Mills portraits painting illustration

Digitally Assembled Paintings by Russ Mills portraits painting illustration

Digitally Assembled Paintings by Russ Mills portraits painting illustration

Digitally Assembled Paintings by Russ Mills portraits painting illustration

Digitally Assembled Paintings by Russ Mills portraits painting illustration

Artist Russ Mills creates these astonishing images using a wide variety of traditional methods including painting and drawing with ink and pencil, but also utilizing scanned textures including splotches of paint (or “painting disasters” as he calls them) as well as photography. The resulting paintings are sparse in color but seem to contain explosive amounts of energy as displayed in the rough brushes of paint and the almost perfectly manic pencil strokes. Of his work Mills says:

My work dwells in a netherworld between urban fine art and contemporary graphics, a collision of real and digital media it is primarily illustration based with a firm foundation in drawing, I focus mainly on the human form particularly the face, interweaving elements from the animal kingdom often reflecting the absurdity of human nature.

You can see many more paintings on Behance and limited edition prints are available in his shop.

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Explosive Mixed Media Paintings by Danny O’Conner

Explosive Mixed Media Paintings by Danny OConner portraits painting

Explosive Mixed Media Paintings by Danny OConner portraits painting

Explosive Mixed Media Paintings by Danny OConner portraits painting

Explosive Mixed Media Paintings by Danny OConner portraits painting

Explosive Mixed Media Paintings by Danny OConner portraits painting

These vibrant paintings by artist Danny O’Conner are created using acrylic, spray paint, emulsion and correction fluid resulting in explosive portraits that seem to shatter and pulse off the canvas. He currently has a number of original works available in his shop. (via cosas cool)

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Colorful Portraits, Hands, and Figures Painted by David Agenjo

Colorful Portraits, Hands, and Figures Painted by David Agenjo portraits painting

Colorful Portraits, Hands, and Figures Painted by David Agenjo portraits painting

Colorful Portraits, Hands, and Figures Painted by David Agenjo portraits painting

Colorful Portraits, Hands, and Figures Painted by David Agenjo portraits painting

Colorful Portraits, Hands, and Figures Painted by David Agenjo portraits painting

Colorful Portraits, Hands, and Figures Painted by David Agenjo portraits painting

I just stumbled onto these beautiful acrylic paintings by David Agenjo who is a self-taught artist born in Madrid but living and working in London. He has a number of prints and several original works available over on Saatchi Online.

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Hyper-realistic Painting by Omar Ortiz

Hyper realistic Painting by Omar Ortiz painting hyperrealism

Hyper realistic Painting by Omar Ortiz painting hyperrealism

Hyper realistic Painting by Omar Ortiz painting hyperrealism

Hyper realistic Painting by Omar Ortiz painting hyperrealism

A beautiful hyper-realistic painting by artist Omar Ortiz (nsfw). Such an incredible use of paint to create depth of focus and the reflection of light on skin. (via cosas cool)

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Bugs on Book Covers

Bugs on Book Covers painting insects books

Bugs on Book Covers painting insects books

Bugs on Book Covers painting insects books

Bugs on Book Covers painting insects books

Bugs on Book Covers painting insects books

Bugs on Book Covers painting insects books

I’m really enjoying this collection of bugs painted on book covers by Bristol-based artist Rose Sanderson. See more and read a brief interview over on Daily DuJour.

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New Optical Illusion Skull Portraits by Tom French

New Optical Illusion Skull Portraits by Tom French painting optical illusion anatomy

New Optical Illusion Skull Portraits by Tom French painting optical illusion anatomy

New Optical Illusion Skull Portraits by Tom French painting optical illusion anatomy

New Optical Illusion Skull Portraits by Tom French painting optical illusion anatomy

New Optical Illusion Skull Portraits by Tom French painting optical illusion anatomy

Painter Tom French just posted a number of new paintings in preparation for his upcoming exhibition titled Don’t Look Back at Zero Cool Gallery in London later this month. French’s acrylic works often depict couples in seemingly amorous relationships that create the optical illusion of a skull, pieces that walk the line between beautiful and unsettling. Just squint or take a few steps back from your monitor for maximum effect. You can see much more of his work on Flickr, and prints are available at Zero Cool.

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