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Expect new twists on old traditions as new tools and unique techniques allow artists to draw, paint and illustrate in radically different ways. From coffee-cup pen artists to people who paint whole rooms with colored markers, here are some seriously innovative creatives. The digital age has put on dramatic new spin on the the world of art, from three-dimensional realism to fresh forms of abstraction. Here you will find some of the most creative and innovative forms of computer-generated expression and futuristic artistic representation.
Typewriter Artist Creates Ink Prints One Line at a Time
Typewriters may not be a staple of the office anymore, but one artist is still enjoying their functionality. Keira Rathbone creates stunning typewriter art.
Fashionably Fun: 41 Examples Of Insane Fingernail Art
Put away that boring nail polish! It's time to get creative. The wild world of fingernail art is a booming one, and it's much more intense than one would think.
Architecture Gone Wild: Surrealist Designs by Victor Enrich
Buildings split down the middle, sprout slides, bend over in strange ways and send stairs into the sky in these fantasy architectural designs by Victor Enrich.
34 Superhero Artworks With The Power To Move You
Superhero art is no longer confined to comic books and graphic novels. Breaking free from their two dimensional boundaries, superheroes are now in galleries.
34 Bad Tattoos: The Awful, The Weird, and The Misspelled
In carpentry they say to measure twice and cut once. In tattooing it's "choose your tattoo artist carefully, and bring a dictionary."
These Are Not Photos: Realism by Steve Mills
Even when viewed close-up, it's extremely difficult to tell that these incredible photorealistic paintings by Steve Mills were created using brushes and paint.
Spiral Pen Portraits Use Pressure to Make Amazing Art
An advertising campaign focuses on one artist's unique knack for drawing the most detailed masterpieces in a spiral formation.
Digital Suburbs: Logic-Defying Fictional Aerial Views
Aerial views of suburban communities often bring to mind careful planning and strategic placement. These digital suburbs are refreshingly chaotic.
Scribbled Line People: Amazing 3D Digital Art
Artist Ayaka Ito and programmer Randy Church team up to produce 'Scribbled Line People', an amazing series of 3D digital portraits that resemble sculptures.
Two Faced: Freaky Portraits With Multiple Personalities
These cool portraits combine more than one image to create fun, crazy illusions that you have to see to believe.