Category: Fantasy Art


Research Links:

“Ivan Bilibin” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Bilibin

Images of Ivan Bilibin https://www.google.com/search?q=ivan+bilibin&hl=en&prmd=imvnso&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=xE58T7DTMOmY2wXt5fjgDA&sqi=2&ved=0CCwQsAQ&biw=1600&bih=775

Ivan Bilibin http://www.bpib.com/illustrat/bilibin.htm

Ivan Bilibin http://www.atelier.cascadiagraphics.com/http:/www.atelier.cascadiagraphics.com/tag/ivan-bilibin

Ivan Bilibin http://www.flickr.com/photos/42399206@N03/4331737861/

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Russian artist Vladimir Kush was born in Moscow and is a surrealist painter and sculptor. He defines his art as metaphorical realism instead surrealism. Check out the source for more work and similar artists!

Vladimir Kush Paintings
Vladimir Kush Paintings

Vladimir Kush Paintings

Vladimir Kush Paintings

Vladimir Kush Paintings

Vladimir Kush Paintings

Vladimir Kush Paintings

Vladimir Kush Paintings

Vladimir Kush Paintings

Vladimir Kush Paintings

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Amazing art!

Alexandra Gallagher

Just a quick post to share the digital artwork of Craig Hunter Parker…

Obstraculum

“Obstaculum: a collection of digitally enhanced photography showcasing the arcane glimpses of our real & surreal boundaries”

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Check out more of Parker’s work at Obstaculum on the Behance Network

Thank you so much for looking

Alex

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A wonderful imagination.
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orples

Olivia (an intelligent little orange) is about to be picked from her tree.   Now, her life is really getting ready to change. What am I talking about? Why “orples”, of course.  Jack, an only child, and Olivia are about to become unlikely friends as events unfold in this new book.  “How Orples Came To Be” (63 color illustrated pages) begins the series of orples adventures.  My publishers list it as a children’s book, but I think it is appropriate for anyone 8 – 80. There are lots of subtle little lessons hidden between the lines that apply to us all dealing with friendship, loneliness, loyalty, and that nagging little battle we all sometimes experience when right and wrong are not easily separated.  The story description is a little different on Amazon’s site and by my publisher.  Both summaries are correct.  The alternate version focuses more on…

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View more art by Jerico Santander @ http://jericosantander.com/

Delicate whimsy.
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Clippingpaper

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Breath-taking fantasy art.

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