Awesome 3D Mandala Designs by Baz Furnell

Today we want to show you very interesting and creative art works by Baz Furnell. With the help of only pencil or colored pencils he creates wonderful 3D mandalas and drawings. And they are so real that it’s hard to believe they aren’t real 3D objects but just drawings. Just take a look! And don’t forget to check real nature mandalas.

Surreal Architectural Drawings By Cinta Vidal Agulló

Barcelona-based illustrator Cinta Vidal Agulló turns architectural drawing on its head with these surreal urban landscapes that reflect the idea that we all live in one world, but the inner dimensions we experience may not match the realities that others perceive. These clever plays on perspective are reminiscent of M.C. Escher’s impossible geometries, but this series goes beyond bare mathematics and delves deep into the human condition – each painting explores different facets of life, purpose, culture, and other existential subtleties. Each composition is painted in acrylic on smooth wooden boards.

Mindblowing ‘Geometric Beasts’ Illustrations by Kerby Rosanes

The Manila-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes (aka Sketchy Stories) created collection called “Geometric Beasts” – wild animals emerge from crystalized, geometric confinement, offering a playful combination between the real and the surreal. “The 24-year old artist considers his art as a personal hobby which turned out to be his part-time freelance work after being recognized by various design blogs, international magazines and online art communities. Most of his works are characterized by whimsical lines, patterns, characters and little elements that are spontaneously combined to create massive compositions depicting his everyday inspirations or scenes from his quirky imagination. He recently left his job as a graphic designer in a local company to finally pursue his passion: creating more art for personal projects and for various clients and collaborating with other artists and design agencies around the world.”

Animals Drawings from Hundreds of Multicolored Dots

London-based artist Ana Enshina uses her creative eye to envision majestic animals as an abundance of multicolored spots. Dot by dot, the watercolorist forms diverse creatures including a statuesque, bright pink flamingo, a graceful whale suspended in the sea, and a distinguished peacock with a lovely array of feathers. Whether she’s focusing on animals found on land or sea, the painter manages to capture each creature in a rainbow of brilliant and lively colors. By utilizing different shapes and sizes for her dots, Enshina is able to incorporate a pronounced sense of whimsicality into her work. In turn, this playfulness helps to bring the artist’s subjects to life as they pop off the page in a succession of vivid hues and dotted forms.

Detailed Drawings Showing the Harm We’ve Done to Earth

Today we want to show you really interesting series of paintings called Yin Yang and created by McCann Worldgroup, India. “Yin Yang is a result of the same kind of belief and thought process. Everyday natural disasters and environmental hazards triggered the observation that the state of environment is imbalanced. Hence the idea – “Bring back the balance’ was born. To visually depict it, I used the popular Chinese symbol “Yin Yang”. The symbol describes the state of balance between two opposites with a little bit in each. I wanted to explore this irony that exists between the symbol and the present state of environment.

It was quite a time consuming campaign. Before starting off, I invested a lot of time in doing research regarding the factors, causes and reasons behind different kinds of environmental pollutions. It was followed by a number of sittings with the illustrators in my team to finalize the style and scale of detail of the artworks. The rough sketches were done for more than a month by me and 2 illustrators. The original illustrations were hand drawn on wall sized sheets. I tried for as much detail and reality as possible. The illustrations were then painted with watercolors, photographed and digitalized. The last leg of the campaign involved the laborious task of retouching. It was pretty challenging to keep the synergy of earth colors (green and blue) intact while bringing forth the black and white of Yin Yang in the artwork, at the same time. It took the team more than 6 months to draw & paint and 3 months to retouch the whole project keeping in mind every single object in it. Now, here is the final result in front of you and it seems now the effort was worth all the time.”

Creative Ads – Live Drawings for Animaster

What should be effective advertising? What need to be done with advertising to force people not only to drew attention but also remember for a long time afterwards? Creative advertising posters featured below are an excellent example of such advertising. Over a year ago they were developed by Rediffusion DY & R advertising agency for Animaster Animation School company. As always, creativity in advertising is a question of paramount importance. Perhaps the idea of drawings and hands that are drawing them, is not new, but thanks to quality execution and forethought of drawings this creative advertising is indisputable successfull.