Traces Of Love And Personal Connections In Geometric Abstraction By Haris Lithos

Deep, striking colors and a delicate technique compose Haris Lithos‘ graceful traces on canvas, paper and wood. Working with models and occasionally objects and clothes, the artist stands mainly as an observer, a medium of his artistic practice, watching and guiding his subjects as they leave their body prints on the surface.

Lithos is an artist who pays a lot of attention to detail. His forms often repeat yet always differ from one another, highlighting each subject’s uniqueness. Whether it’s a female body or a teddy bear, each leaves behind a personal trace, a memento of its coexistence and collaboration with the artist.

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Book-Loving Guy Turns His Massive Library Into Art Space

The best books can spark our imagination and in the case of James Trevino, even our creativity. The 24-year-old has made a name for himself by arranging his book collection to depict elaborate literary scenes.

A self-proclaimed ‘bookstagrammer’, Trevino has managed to pull in 120k Instagram followers for his ornate creations (in addition to being pretty easy on the eyes himself). He said the idea to start creating the pieces “just sort of happened.”

“At first I was posting pictures of my then current reads. With time, the photos got more and more complex, influenced mostly by pop culture and sometimes by certain pictures I saw on Instagram.”

Each scene goes through a process to create, he explained, “First, there is the brainstorming I do with my good friend Elizabeth. Then, once we have a general idea, me and Liz try to bring it as close as possible to our vision.

Beautiful Feminine Photos By The Russian Fashion Photographer Svetlana Belyaeva

Svetlana Belyaeva is a talented Russian fashion, wedding, portrait and art-nude photographer from the city of Belgorod. Of course we could not pass by and post her wonderful artwork on our site. Below are the best feminine photos of women made by Svetlana since 2012.

In the focus of the photographer – eternal mystery of female beauty. Female beauty is inseparable from nature, it is its product and its sequel. All photographs by Svetlana Belyaeva are untitled, but they all relate to the well-known expression of Fyodor Dostoyevsky – “beauty will save the world.”

Slightly NSFW.

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Artist Knits Dragon Scale Costumes

“Hello! We are scalemail knitters! We have traditionally knitting since 2004 and started knitting scalemail in December 2015. Currently, we focus on knitting scalemail using our very own developed stitching pattern. We were first inspired by CraftyMutt’s tutorials for how to weave in scales but then ventured off on our own to make our own style of stitch and products.”

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“Beauty Will Save The World”: Meet Sergei Lenin, The Master Of Beauty And Nude Photography From Russia

Lenin is a witty pseudonym of Orenburg based photographer Sergei Popov (born 11 March 1968). In addition to photography, Sergey Lenin is an entrepreneur and a lover of extreme sports, surfing, and car racing.

In fact, photography is just a hobby, to which he became addicted at the age of forty. And now just a passion has turned into the work of art of the highest level. This, probably due to the fact that Sergey Lenin used to work as a photo model himself. His work is worthy of publication in journals and art exhibitions at all levels. All that Sergei needs now – the desire and good advertising. In a short time Beauty photographer Sergei Lenin has become well-known in the community of photographers – amateurs and professionals. His favorite genre of photography – nude, although his photo gallery also includes genre, historical theme photos.

Leah Yellowbird Pattern Cardboard Animal Heads

Check out our deer, moose, and bear animal heads in the intriguing Native American art print.

The intricate patterns of these designs were created by Leah Yellowbird ([email protected]), a native American artist based in Minnesota. We’ve had the pleasure of providing Leah with the birch plywood base forms of our product for her to embellish with her detailed paint work. We then scanned her original patterns and printed them onto corrugated cardboard and birch plywood to make a more affordable product to share with a broad audience.

Intricate, graceful, thought-provoking and prolific — words that have been used to describe the elaborate masterwork of Leah Yellowbird. Originally a traditional bead-worker, she identifies strongly with her First Nations Algonquin-Metis and Anishinaabe heritage.