Become One With Animals – Stunning Photo Project ‘Animeyed’

Hungarian photographer Flóra Borsi is an eyeful. “Animeyed”, her latest project, features animals superimposed over self-portraits so that the two faces overlap, sharing one eye in common. The surreal effect is compounded by Borsi’s use of colors and props to make her look more like the creature sharing the photo. Borsi is no amateur photographer. Her work has been featured at the Saatchi Gallery, at the Louvre, and even in commercial software such as Adobe Photoshop CC. Be sure to check out Borsi’s social media for other, mind-bending work!

Explosive Dance Portraits By Alexander Yakovlev

Moscow-based photographer Alexander Yakovlev has an amazing talent for conveying the elegant, refined energy of dancers. His stunning studio portraits capture dancers mid-pose, exuding a grace and power that is fortified by the primarily black and white aesthetic and clean scene compositions. Yakovlev’s photography provides viewers the opportunity to fully appreciate the majesty of a moving human body frozen in time, each image radiating an intangible element that makes it hard to look away.

Anna Dittmann’s Ethereal Portraits

Anna Dittmann is a 21-year-old digital illustrator from San Francisco with a passion for enigmatic portraiture. Her paintings are a sight to behold: ethereal portraits inspired by nature that look like they’re watercolor or ink, but are in fact digital masterpieces. “I began taking painting more seriously when I discovered Photoshop around age 13. A lot has changed since then, but I still have that childlike excitement every time I see and create art. I have a love for nature, biology, and portraiture which are recurring themes throughout my work. Ethereal and atmospheric moods have always appealed to me because the sense of mystery they evoke, so I tend create soft pieces with a combination of graphic and realistic elements. My inspiration comes from organic natural elements, mythology and history, movement and texture, lyrics and melodies, expressions, color variations, pretty much anything which makes me want to grab my tablet and paint!”

Surreal Portraits by Karolina Ryvolova

Today we want to show you some beautiful photographs y talented photographer from Czech Republic – Karolina Ryvolova. “I’m a photographer from Czech Republic with the passion for beauty and nature. Luckily, our country is full of both. I’m often inspired by myths and legends and try to put pieces of them into my photos.” Take a look at these stunning photos and you will surely like them! Enjoy!

Magical Portraits of Ukrainian Photographer Anita Anti

Inspired by fairytales from around the world, Anita Anti, a Ukrainian photographer based in New York, takes beautiful portraits of women and animals in forests that seem to pulsate with magical energy and melancholy. Some of her photos seem based on specific stories, while others simply create a fairy-tale-like setting, allowing the viewer to fill in the blanks with their own fantasies.

Unusual Portraits by Caesar Lima

Los Angeles-based photographer Caesar Lima’s portraits come with a certain choose-your-own-adventure quality to them, emphasized by Lima’s myriad of protagonists from mad scientist to Hollywood seductress. A self-proclaimed non-conformist, the Sao Paulo-born photographer says he has always gone against the creative grain. His unique style has earned him multiple awards and accolades, including most recently four IPA Awards (2013), One Eyeland Award (2013), Px3 Award (2012), IPA Awards (2011-2012), and Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers (2011). Working with clients like Sony, T-Mobile, K-Swiss, and Wella, Lima says to make a good portrait is a challenge – there has to be plenty of expression, mood and attitude to create that one winning image.

Amazing Video Story of One Life

Layer by layer the artist draws on a paper sheet portraits of one women at all stages of her life. Thus telling us her story from the first moments after birth to her last breath in her old age. This incredible video created by talented artist does not leave anyone indifferent. Spend a five minutes of your time for watching this amazing video! Have fun!

Dreamlike Self-portraits by JeeYoung Lee

JeeYoung Lee creates highly elaborate scenes that require an incredible amount of patience and absolutely no photo manipulation. For weeks and sometimes months, JeeYoung Lee works in her small 360 x 410 x 240 cm studio bringing to life worlds that defy all logic. In the middle of the sets you can always find the artist herself, as her unconventional works are always also self-portraits. Inspired by either her personal life or old Korean fables, they each have their own backstory, which only intensifies the drama.

Portraits of Cosplay Enthusiasts in their Homes by Klaus Pichler

Cosplay, short for “costume play”, is a performance art in which participants wear costumes and accessories to represent a specific character or idea. Hidden behind the closed doors of our neighbors may live two different people. The person we see on the street, and the one who dons an elaborate costume to live an alternative life behind closed doors. Photographer Klaus Pichler takes us on a journey of people and their costumes with a look at both the real and the fantasy. The amazing costumes are made even more incredible by Pichler’s careful framing of the pictures in home settings, bringing us a vision of both the costumed persona and the reality lives of his subjects. The combination of fascinating costumes and simple settings create stories more enticing than an in character shot. Have fun!

“Weird Beauty” by Alexander Khokhlov

The “Weird Beauty” by Alexander Khokhlov project is made in collaboration with great make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan. In these series we decided to deny any color in our series except black and white to make more accent on forms and volume. The experiment should prove that usual simple forms, familiar things or characters can be a main part of wonderful beauty looks. Model faces in this project are not just canvases for the face-arts – they play their own role in each photo with different parts.

Andy Gotts Celebrity Portraits

Some of the most respected Hollywood celebrities allowed to picture their wrinkled faces London based photographer Andy Gotts. Known for his portraits of the stars, Gotts photographed celebrities for over twenty years. He does not like assistants and stylists. His first book “Degrees” consists of more than 100 portraits of well-known actors and singers. He has collected many awards, and today you have opportunity to see them if you didn’t do it before.

Beautiful Old Fashioned Portraits by Bill Gekas

Bill Gekas is a Melburn-based self taught photographer that learnt the technicals of photography using a 35mm film slr camera from the mid 90’s and switched to digital in 2005, practicing the art of photography and constantly refining his style. Portfolio of Bill consists of photos of his 5 years old daughter. Most of them are stylized under old paintings. Check them out!

Beautiful Portraits by Charles Hildreth

Charles Hildreth is a portrait, fashion and beauty photographer based in Denver, Colorado. Charles visual goal is two-fold by combining his love for writing with the passion to capture stunning photographs. His artistic style, focused in this collection on masterfully composed portraits, delivers beauty, elegance and charm.

Realistic Steve Jobs Sculpture by Adam Beane

This time we want to show you amazing miniature sculpture created by great artist Adam Beane. He sent us these images to share with our readers with his latest sculpture. As Adam wrote in his letter: "I recently sculpted Steve Jobs for Esquire. It ran in the “Great Americans” issue. Sadly, Mr. Jobs passed away halfway through the project, which made the sculpting process particularly poignant. I tried hard to capture something of his spirit in this portrait. I hope his family, friends and fans feel I’ve done him justice." Take a look and we do think that you will enjoy this sculpture! If you want to see more sculptures by Adam Beane check Incredibly Realistic Sculptures by Adam Beane.

Renaissance Portraits by Christian Tagliavini

These Renaissance nine portraits are parts of photo project called “1503” created by by Swiss/Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini. Taking 13 months to complete this project was inspired by the masters of the Renaissance, notably Agnolo di Cosimo ( known as “Il Bronzino”) who was born in the same year as the title. All characters are portrayed in striking handcrafted clothes made by Tagliavini himself. From beginning to completion Tagliavini’s work is a labour of love. He admits that he enjoys the process as much as the resulting photograph. Enjoy!

Celebrities Portrayed as Russian Generals

It becomes more and more popular to mix past and present and add a little celebrity. Do you remember Celebrities in the Renaissance that we’ve shown you some time ago? This time we’ll show you celebrities in the uniform of Russian generals. English portrait artists George Dawe painted 329 portraits of Russian generals active during Napoleon’s invasion of Russia for the Military Gallery of the Winter Palace, Saint Petersburg, Russia. And Steve Payne digital copies of these painting and Photoshop creates portraits of his friends, family and celebrities. Today’s post will show you some examples of his work. Have fun!

Portraits from Words by Juan Osborne

The following post will show that a picture is really worth a thousand of words. Using only words and numbers 40-year-old Spanish artist, graphic designer and illustrator Juan Osborne created a series of celebrity’s portraits. The basis for this art work are famous people photos. Composing famous quotes, song lyrics and transcriptions Juan has created more than 500 word art images. He says “Words are powerful, they go straight into the human mind and really add something to my pictures that you can’t get from a regular picture taken with a camera.”

Celebrities in the Renaissance

Today we want to blow your mind with the following experiment. Let’s imagine that now is the Renaissance. How would look celebrities in the Renaissance? Artists from creative website have tried “to catch the moment” and show us famous paintings but with modern celebrities in the main roles. All these new characters are without celebrity plastic surgery and some of them look very natural in their new roles. Check them out!

Beautiful Portraits from Marco Calcinaro

Today we want to show you beautiful art works of Italian artist Marco Calcinaro. This talanted artist works in various styles and creates beautiful illustrations as well as intersting caricatures. Featured below work show you various celebreties from previous century till nowdays. These portraits are very emotional and look exactly like photos. Hope you’ll enjoy viewing this collection.

Ghost in the Machine

Represent to your attention very unusual and symbolic series of art works created by imaginative artist Erica Simmons – Ghost in the Machine. Made out of recycled cassette tape with original cassette these works show portraits of legends of music of 20th century. Old tapes and pictures of musicians… From the words of Erica "The idea comes from a philosopher’s (Ryle) description of how your spirit lives in your body." Photos are not very quality but it’s not so important – music lovers will appreciate these art works highly!