Art Everywhere, everywhere art.
Art Everywhere, everywhere art.
Russian photographer Jana Romanova created a series of portraits called “Azbuka” based on the shared letters from the Russian and Ukrainian Cyrillic alphabets.
It’s pretty “in your face.”
We’re not saying “All Hail the Satanic overlords,” but we’re also not not saying that.
Photographer Kevin Truong has made it his mission to document the gay community in his ongoing series “The Gay Men Project.”
Why Cheetos? And why does he look so sad?
Get it, because Magic Mike.
The portrait painstakingly done by hand using a technique called stippling by artist, Miguel Endara. As amazing as that may be, it’s the story behind this incredible work of art that’s really mind-blowing.
Lookin’ good, Boo Boo.
And it shows the legendary poet with the woman long suspected to be her lesbian lover. An anonymous collector donated this photo to the Amherst College in Massachusetts in 2007. Researchers are now confident that the circa 1860 daguerreotype is in fact of Dickinson in her early 30s.
Sometimes couples let themselves go.
These barcodes are actually scannable and are linked to items related the subject they portray. (via mymodernmet.com).
Regardless of your politics, you have to admit this is a meticulous piece of work. Yup. This is Rick Santorum’s face constructed with hundreds of stills of gay porn (and maybe some straight porn, but it’s hard to tell). Goes without saying, but I’ll say it anyway: NSFW.
Artist Miguel Endara draws a portrait of his father using millions of ink dots (also known as stippling). So, what is it that you’ve accomplished today?
Artist Miguel Endara created this portrait of his father using a stunning 3.2 million tiny ink dots.
Behold His glory. View Image ›
If you love Ron Swanson and are intrigued by the idea of owning a Swanson doll or even an epic portrait to hang on your wall, you should probably check these out. When I found a few of these on Etsy I had a minor heart attack of excitement and may have bought a couple for myself but I’m sure the artists will make you another one if you shoot them an email. Act quickly before the rest sell out! View List ›
Oil tycoon William Koch shelled out the mad loot at an auction in Denver yesterday. The tintype portrait is believed to have been taken around 1879 or 1880 in Fort Sumner, New Mexico. (via usatoday.com) View Image ›
0 to 100 is a new iPad app with interactive portraits of faces at every age and stage of life. From an infant to a great grandmother, you can browse people’s portraits and read their stories in brief interviews and videos. Their demo video is a lot of fun to watch and I could see myself getting hooked on the Facemaker. (via Fast Co Design) View List ›
Gaze into his cracker ball and see the future. A future filled mostly with heart disease. Delicious, delicious heart disease. View Image ›
More urban pranksterism from Improv Everywhere, this time deploying an actor with an eerie resemblance to the Velázquez portrait of Spain’s King Philip IV to sign autographs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. If you don’t get the gag, and because I’m prone to condescension, King Philip IV has been dead for 371 years. Watch Video ›
Amazing photograph of a real life Van Gogh from artist James Birbeck. View Image ›
Erial Ali wants you to know that he will perform the ‘magical service’ of creating your very own celestial soul portrait. Just check out the before and after pics if you’re not convinced the one month wait is worth it.
Not sure if life is imitating art here or art imitating life… You decide. View Image ›