Dalton Ghetti Pencil Sculptures

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These stunning Pencil Sculptures are by artist Dalton Ghetti. As I’m sure you’ll agree, they’re simply amazing. As can be seen in the image below, Dalton sculpts the pencil graphite to create miniature sculptures on heads of pencils. My personal favourite is the one above, where a heart has been carved from the pencil wood itself. He sure must have a steady hand to complete such works. Here are some more examples…

Dalton Ghetti pencil 2

15 Satirical Illustrations by Polish Artist, Pkuczy

Trouble illustration

These incredible illustrations were created by Polish Artist, Pkuczy, who was born in 1976 in Szczecin, Poland. He graduated Fine Arts Academy in Poznan with specialization in graphics, and is currently working on satirical illustrations.

My personal favourite is the snowman “trouble” illustration above. Here are the rest of these amazing works of art…

10 Colorful Illustrations by Ric Stultz

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working the angles

These amazing colorful illustrations are by artist Ric Stultz. They are painted with gouache, gesso & ink on paper. Ric has a great and distinctive painting style, which I think you’ll agree is totally unique. Although he’s produced and exhibited many more

Superb Map Art by Matthew Cusick

Blue Horse illustration

Illustrator Matthew Cusick uses inlaid maps, book pages, ink, book pages and acrylic paint to create stunning artwork. Here are 10 images of his creative works. My favourite is the “Blue Horse” illustration above, and the rest of his works are just as captivating:

5 Fantastic Artworks by Federico Uribe

Here are 5 stunning pieces of artwork by Federico Uribe. As can be seen, the artworks are made from everyday objects, such as jigsaw pieces, pencils and coins. I can remember back in the days of art class, where there wasn’t a computer in sight. All we had to work with were pencils, coloured pastels, vaious paints, and of course – pencils! The ends of these were either thrown away or simply put back into the art trays. No-one ever used used them, so it’s good to see an artist like Uribe find such a fantastic use for the old pencil-ends and suchlike…

Federico Uribe