Portraits covered with birds by Meghan Howland - NetDost.com

Portraits covered with birds by Meghan Howland - NetDost.com

American artist Meghan Howland has created a series of paintings which show birds overing around people's head. These paintings are a bit creepy yet very beautiful. A sense of fear is prevalent in all her works though the subjects are shown as calm.

Giant fish sculptures made from discarded plastic bottles - NetDost.com

Giant fish sculptures made from discarded plastic bottles - NetDost.com

These giant fish sculptures were created at Botafogo beach, Rio de Janerio, Brazil. The sculpture is created from discarded plastic bottles. During night the sculpture is illuminated from inside creating a spectacular view.

The surreal and strange photomanipulations by Manuel Archain - NetDost.com

The surreal and strange photomanipulations by Manuel Archain - NetDost.com

Argentina based photographer Manuel Archain creates a world that's logically impossible. He recreates his dreams in these photographs. In spite of the impossibility of his ideas he makes every effort to make them look real in these pictures.  He is the son of artist Silvia Viaggio and has been exposed to art since childhood. He works as a photographer in advertising and movies.

Smart and thoughtful street art by iHeart - NetDost.com

Smart and thoughtful street art by iHeart - NetDost.com

Vancouver based artist known as iHeart, stencils graffiti with social commentary on contemporary issues. His style is similar to banksy with minimal use of colors.  He mostly features children in his works to convey the message. 

The incredible paper art by Yoshinobu Miyamoto - NetDost.com

The incredible paper art by Yoshinobu Miyamoto - NetDost.com

Japanese artist Yoshinobu Miyamoto creates complex paper art that are unbelievable. Professor Yoshinobu uses a simple A4 size paper to create all his complex yet minimalistic design. He teaches at the architectural studio at the Dept of Architecture, Aichi Institute of Technology. 

Hyperrealistic paintings of beautiful women by Paul Kelley - NetDost.com

Hyperrealistic paintings of beautiful women by Paul Kelley - NetDost.com

Paul kelley is an Canadian artist known for creating figurative paintings with realism. He celebrates the beauty of female form through his works. Each of his paintings take 100s of hours of work before they achieve the desired level of perfection. 

Beautiful paintings and sketches by Amit Bhar captures the essence of Varanasi - NetDost.com

Beautiful paintings and sketches by Amit Bhar captures the essence of Varanasi - NetDost.com

Indian artist Amit Bhar has created beautiful paintings showcasing the beauty of Indian landscape and people. The ancient city of Varanasi and its people, rituals and culture figure prominently in his works. Amit uses water colors, acrylic and oil as his medium. He completed his training from Govt Arts College in Kolkata.

Breathtaking underwater photography by Susanne Stemmer - NetDost.com

Breathtaking underwater photography by Susanne Stemmer - NetDost.com

Sussane Stemmer specializes in underwater photography, she has created beautiful underwater images for various international brands and magazines. Susanne is an Austrian photographer based in Paris. 

Transformative street art created with paper by Nemo - NetDost.com

Transformative street art created with paper by Nemo - NetDost.com

Milan based artist nemo creates street art using paint and newsprint paper, often the skin and other finer details of his characters are painted on paper which starts to peel off, often revealing a skeleton which is painted with acrylic colors under the paper. The artwork slowly transforms itself over the days creating a narration of its own. Nemo's dark artwork often carries hard hitting social messages.

Beautiful photographs of women among nature by Alessio Albi - NetDost.com

Beautiful photographs of women among nature by Alessio Albi - NetDost.com

Alessio Albi takes beautiful conceptual and portrait photographs of women in natural surroundings. The major feature of his photograph is the use of natural light. The choice of colors in his photographs are mild and he often chooses to shoot in overcast and foggy weather. Albi is an expert in using the interplay of shadow and natural light to compose his photographs. Almost all the photographs have been taken near his home in Umbria, Italy.