Titian on shrooms? Francis Bacon turned up to 11? Picasso++? Dali, um, well, Dali would probably come up with something like this tbh. Robbie Barrat is a machine learning researcher at Stanford who’s using an AI program to generate nude portraits ( more , more , and more ). UsuallyRead More →

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Young entrepreneur and classically trained painter Dimitra Milan, is challenging traditional ideas of how artists reach and engage with collectors and audiences. How does an eighteen-year old know anything about the art establishment and marketing art? Source: 18-Year-Old Painter Stuns The Art World With Her Vibrant Paintings, Sells Them ForRead More →

Growling Lion example of 25 Watercolor Paintings to Inspire

The interesting of using watercolours to bring one’s ability and an image in their head to life is a skill not as intimidating as it may pose to some. The whole idea to harmonize a room and truly captures the purpose of the artist. Source: 25 Watercolor Paintings to InspireRead More →

Marija Tiurina is a London-based illustrator & concept artist, she takes fresh fruits and vegetables and turns them into unique watercolor characters, we must say, they look absolutely magnificent! She states what inspired her the most was the mind-blowing selection of fruits and vegetables in a greengrocer in London: Read More →

Multi-award-winning illustrator and artist Tran Nguyen creates ethereal paintings and coloured pencil drawings that seem like they’re straight from a fairytale. By researching her interest in healing vision, the Georgia-based artist presents fascinating, dream-like narratives that draw the audience in and encourage them to explore their own creativity. Source: TheseRead More →

Artist Daniel Mullen, based in Amsterdam, creates amazing visual paintings. Indeed, he uses different colours, shapes and texture to create optical illusions and offer his works a unique visual. Recently, he made a series of paintings entitled “Synesthesia”. Source: Visual And Abstract Paintings By Daniel MullenRead More →

  In line with the ultra-realistic paintings of Yigal Ozeri (previously featured ), here is the work of the Japanese artist Yasutomo Oka, who unveils beautiful photorealistic portraits of Japanese women. Some captivating and poetic portraits, made from real models, where every detail is painted with incredible precision. Source: “Idealization”:Read More →

A landscape drawing is a formidable artists tool for many reasons. For starters, drawing landscape is an enjoyable process because you can be out in nature and enjoying its sounds and sights. But learning how to draw landscape features of an area of land, including mountains, rivers, lakes, sea, indigenousRead More →

Strange lumps of flesh float in space, with limb-like protrusions and peachy flesh snaking over a darkened backdrop. Many of the forms recall Salvador Dali’s barely-identifiable melting creatures. One in particular looks like a hallucinatory dream of the Venus de Milo. Source: This AI Dreams In Nude Portraits And LandscapeRead More →


following a series of limited edition candles based on giorgio morandi’s work, sonia pedrazzini transforms the artist’s still life paintings into le morandine a collection of ceramic vases. the small domestic sculptures are meant to be arranged in infinite variations, offering users the chance to experiment with various compositions, just like the artist would doRead More →


40 Beautiful Face painting Ideas for your inspiration 40 Beautiful Face painting Ideas for your inspiration Face painting is fun for any occasion, whether you’re painting faces at a birthday party or preparing faces for Halloween. Source: 40 Beautiful Face painting Ideas for your inspiration – World of ArtsRead More →

Intricate Landscape Paintings Highlight the Wild Beauty of the Natural Michelle Morin paints idyl­lic land­scape art that will ignite your sense of wan­der­lust. Her works, devoid of peo­ple, show­case the beau­ty of the wild. Bunch­es of bram­bles, tall grass­es, and fields of flow­ers rule her com­po­si­tions and cre­ate intri­cate rela­tion­shipsRead More →

Dave Muller was born in 1964 in San Francisco and lives and works in Los Angeles. His work has been the subject of numerous exhibitions in the United States and abroad. The pieces featured here are acrylic paint on gessoed plywood. Source: Paintings by Dave MullerRead More →

Photo: Nietjuh This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase, My Modern Met may earn an affiliate commission. Please read our disclosure for more info. Whether you’ve just started painting or are a professional, chances are you’ve considered using oil paint. From Rembrandt to Monet, oil paintRead More →

Self-taught artist Sage Barnes, known simply as Sage, reimagines painted people in his ongoing series of surreal portraits. Replacing his subjects’ heads with bountiful bouquets and clashing rainbow hues, the men (many of whom are self-portraits) and women confidently balance the weight of these inanimate objects and colorful clouds. Sage’sRead More →

A mix of paintings and murals by Venice-based artist Manuel Di Rita aka Peeta. Building on his background in tagging and graffiti, Peeta’s work explores anamorphic distortions and three-dimensionality in order to encourage new ways of seeing and understanding the world. Check out more images below!Read More →


Face Paintings: Takashi Murakami is the internationally renowned contemporary artist of Japan known for his “superflat” aesthetics which describes both Japanese artistic tradition and the nature of post-war culture and society. Takashi works in fine arts media such as Painting and Sculpture and commercial media such as fashion, merchandise andRead More →

There may not be a harder working artist than Andrew Schoultz. Every time I turn around, he is doing something bolder, bigger, more complex, whether it be through his paintings, sculptures, installations, murals or public art projects. My colleagues and I have worked with Andrew on a bunch of projectsRead More →

Always one of our favorite artists, Stephen “ESPO” Powers just opened a new solo show, There Are No Wrong Answers, at Gallery Target in Tokyo. The show features Brooklyn-based Powers’ signature text-based enamel paintings, silkscreens and sculptures. In case you needed a refrespher on the 3x Juxtapoz cover artist: BuildingRead More →

Born in an artistic environment 16 year old Dimitra Milan had a natural intention to paint and she cultivated her own unique style. When her parents opened Arizona’s Milan Art Institute, allowing her to take any class that caught her attention, it expanded her skills. From classical oil techniques toRead More →