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Digital Art By Federico Bebber

For those who enjoy artistic digital manipulations of photographs: you will love the sensational works of Italian photographer and digital artist, Federico Bebber.
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06 Sep 2013 08:45:00
The Digital Art of Dan Luvisi

Dan Luvisi reimagines beloved animated characters and turns them into grimy, twisted, hideous personas that may have just scarred us of our fondest memories from childhood forever. Photo: “The Cook”. (Photo by Dan Luvisi)
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23 May 2014 11:12:00
Face Plant...

«Face Plant...», 2011. (Photo by Gary Chapman)
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30 Apr 2015 13:40:00
Digital Art by Hong Kuang

Kuang Hong is a great artist from Shanghai. The oriental style is felt in his drawings and you can just like it. The weapons he uses are Wacom Intuos2, Painter and Photoshop CS2
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19 Aug 2013 10:09:00
Space Invaders, 2011 by Mickey McCooper

Mickey McCooper, born 1972 as Michel Valentino in Stuttgart-Germany, is a photo-artist, filmmaker, painter, and media-entrepreneur. He is well known for the broad range of subject matter he is able to interpret, he is widely recognized for his unusual people portraiture, his editorial photography, his photo illustrations, photographic design and his extraordinary repertoire of art photography, painings and drawings.

Photo: Space Invaders, 2011. (Photo by Mickey McCooper)
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26 Apr 2012 14:03:00
Equilibrio

Equilibrio, 2010. (Photo by: Giovanni Ambrosioni; Source: Flickr)
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01 Jun 2012 10:29:00
“Woman with Umbrella in Rain” by Raimund von Stillfried. Artist: Kusakabe Kimbei (Japanese, 1841–1934), 1870s. (Photo courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

“Woman with Umbrella in Rain” by Raimund von Stillfried. Artist: Kusakabe Kimbei (Japanese, 1841–1934), 1870s. Commercial photography studios in Meiji-era Japan were renowned for the subtlety and refinement of their coloring techniques. This hand-tinted image of a young woman caught in a heavy rainstorm achieved its naturalistic effect by knitting together multiple strands of artifice: the greenery in the foreground was a studio prop; the flaps of the kimono were suspended by thin wires to create the impression of a strong wind; and long, diagonal marks were made on the negative to suggest streaks of rain. (Photo courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
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12 May 2013 10:13:00
Digital Paintings By Alexander Rommel

Alexander Rommel, aka evergreenarts, is a really talented German Illustrator. His works are very colorful and the lighting is incredible. He mainly focus on the sky, the sun, the water, the wind and the feeling of freedom. His illustrations seem to come directly from dreams.
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17 Jul 2014 10:31:00