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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.
Hidden Creativity: QR Code Portrait Hides Double Meaning
This portrait consisting of QR codes is impressive in its own right, but it is even more so when you consider that it has a second layer of hidden meaning.
Hyper Realism in Art: These Are Not Photographs!
Hyper realism in art is mesmerizing. Take a photo in one hand and then take a look at one of these artists' oddly perfect paintings and prepare to be shocked.
Drawing Conclusions: Documenting Every Building in New York
New York's architecture is inspiring and truly memorable - now one artist is documenting every single building in the city, one drawing at a time.
True Colors: Compressed Movie Prints Show Film Moods
You know every scene of your favorite movies - but these works of art transform those movies into compelling single images.
Got it Covered: 10 Amazingly Artistic Vinyl Album Covers
These 10 album covers are among the most artistic, creative and iconic - from both before and after the medium officially went out of production.
Surreal Fictional Urban Landscapes by Eugene Soloviev
Russian artist Eugene Soloviev crafts disquieting imaginary urban landscapes shrouded in fog, filled with strange architecture and impervious to gravity.
Don Kenn: Sticking It To The Art World
Don Kenn's Post It note art envisions a world of monsters and eerie creatures, but it's also populated with the innocence of children.
News Made Meaningless: Meticulous Art by Kim Rugg
Working seven days a week, artist Kim Rugg spends five months cutting the letters out of the front page of a newspaper and rearranging them alphabetically.
Fictions: Architectural Assemblage by Filip Dujardin
Filip Dujardin creates his own fantasy architecture out of gritty urban images he takes of buildings near his home in Ghent, Belgium.
The Puzzling 3D Digital Art of Kazuhiko Nakamura
Japanese artist Kazuhiko Nakamura reaches deep into the recesses in his brain for the bizarre mechanical puzzle pieces that he assembles into his digital art.