Julien “Seth” Malland, aka Seth Globepainter, is a seasoned muralist who has taken the world, and social media, by storm with his art. He’s been noticed and praised for his vibrant murals of people and children who look like they’re being sucked into amazingly colorful rainbow vortexes. In Seth’s murals, the people are facing away
Simon Beck walks several miles in fresh snow with nothing but an expedition compass and a pair of snowshoes to make these extraordinary pieces. They only last a day and then are covered by new fallen snow. Some of his masterpieces require 10 hours of work. Mr. Beck has walked over 24 miles for one
One of the great things that can happen to an artist is finding a medium that allows for the opportunity to perfect one’s craft. For Ghidaq al-Nizar, his medium became the delicious, hot morning drink that gets him through the day: coffee. The Indonesian painter dips his brushes into his brewed drink to create delicate
Joe Fenton has such a wild imagination that many of his works of art are frightening to look at. It leaves one wondering where he is able to pull such visceral and highly imaginative works of art from and what the creatures from his nightmares look like. The London-based artist admits to being influenced by
The weather is getting warmer, and walking through the park means seeing a whole new variety of plants and flowers that have been woefully absent from our lives all winter. Seattle-based artist Bridget Beth Collins is making the most of springtime flora with her incredible art. Collins has an amazing eye for what plants and
Zaria Forman is able to do something amazing with only her fingers – she can paint hyperrealistic works of art involving water. #1. #2. Zaria says her passion came from taking trips with her mother as a young girl. #3. #4.