Category: Art

  • Artist creates brilliant caricatures of celebrities using peanuts

    Steve Casino is a very particular artist who has made a name for himself creating impressive caricature of celebrities and famous characters from peanuts. In the beginning he was just drawing quick sketches of his colleagues on peanuts and since the results were absolutely funny he decided to portray famous people. He states that the […]

  • Brilliant artist creates stunning portraits made from nails on canvas

    Today we are featuring an artist that creates art in a way that we’ve never seen before. Over the years we’ve seen artists making portraits with milk splashes, with roadmaps, creating landscapes with food or mixing different photos of body parts, but we’ve never seen portraits entirely made of nails. The artist we are talking […]

  • Amazing map collage artworks by Matthew Cusick

    Matthew Cusick is a New York based artist best known for his incredible collages portraying lifelike subjects such as animals, humans, waves and roads. What he basically does is slicing pieces of all kind of maps, picking them up from roadmaps, textbooks or atlases. Subsequently he masterfully positions all those pieces to create a lifelike […]

  • Astonishing photorealistic paintings of places seen through wet car windshields

    If you’ve been following Just Something for a while, you may know how much we love photorealistic paintings. It’s obviously not the only kind of style we appreciate, but it’s undeniable that the “wow effect” it produces is almost incomparable. We are going to show you today some of the most impressive photorealistic artworks we’ve […]

  • 15 cynical minimalistic illustrations that reflect our times

    Eduardo Salles is a brilliant designer born in Mexico City in 1987. He is also an advertiser, designer, illustrator, writer and professor at the Miami Ad School. As advertiser he won numerous awards, including the prestigious Cannes Lion. He runs a website called Cinismo Ilustrado, where he regularly publish clever and hilarious illustrations garnished with a […]

  • Artist brings to life Banksy’s street art pieces

    Banksy is today arguably the most popular street artist in the world. With the help of the web his artworks are becoming more popular day after day, and his newest series Better Out Than In is considered an icon of street art. His works are buzzing all around the web and a number of artists are altering […]

  • 22 famous paintings revisited as photographs

    Today we want to showcase an interesting project called Remake, started by the guys of Boooooom. In this project artists all around the web are invited to recreate in photographs the iconic paintings that made the history of art. Some of the artists that made the remakes revisited the original pieces in a modern way, […]

  • Unbelievable 3d latte art by Kazuki Yamamoto. I suddenly want a cappuccino!

    Kazuki Yamamoto is a Japanese barkeeper, serving cappuccino and other delights at Cafe 10g in Osaka. Probably defining him as a barkeeper is a bit reductive, as he is a real artist when it comes to pour milk foam on a cappuccino. He started out drawing 2d arts on cappuccino foam with coffee and milk, portraying […]

  • Mind-blowing pumpkin carvings by Ray Villafane

    Halloween is upon us, is there a better way to celebrate than a fun gallery of pumpkin sculptures? The amazing artist we are talking about today is the extremely talented Ray Villafane, more than famous for his skills in sculpting sand, pumpkins and toys. His activity with pumpkins became in the nineties, while he was […]

  • 8 astonishing tiny sculptures carved on the tips of pencils

    We talked about sculptures carved out of pencils here, but it was quite a different matter as Diem Chau, the artist showcased in this article, doesn’t carve sculptures out of one entire pencil, but out of just the tip. This singular artist is native of Vietnam, and he has exhibited his sculptures in galleries of […]

  • World’s biggest rubber duck makes its USA debut

    We already talked about this impressive rubber duck here, when it made a stop in Taiwan. Good news for all of you North American friends, especially if you are in the Pennsylvania area, as this giant yellow ducky was towed down the Ohio river and reached Pittsburgh last friday. Florentijn Hofman’s creation should stay in pittsburgh […]

  • World’s biggest rubber duck makes a stop in Taiwan

    Florentijn Hofman’s enormous rubber duck, after visiting locations like Hong Kong, Sydney, Auckland, Sao Paulo and various other locations, made a stop in Kaohsiung, Taiwan last week. The installation had 200.000 spectators the first day and 500.000 in the first 3 days. Organizers claim that the overall amount of spectators attracted by this giant (18 meters – […]

  • Unbelievable sculptures carved from pencils

    This week we stumbled into some amazing work by Hungarian artist and deviantART user cerkahegyzo. This unbelievable artist carves incredibly complex tiny sculptures into single pencils (except for #5 where he probably used 2). He is not a “full time” artist, since he works as a tool-maker in Hungary. Carving pencils is just a hobby for […]

  • Art for Dummies, a (not so serious) guide to famous painters

    When I was a student I had a very hard time remembering which artist belonged to a certain style and, consequently, to certain works. If I came across in this guide before my studies would have been certainly easier. The following is a funny guide that’ll help you link famous painters and their style and paintings […]

  • Kang Kang Hoon’s jaw-dropping paintings that really look like photographs

    Kang Kang Hoon is a Korean artist that has a special talent for crafting strange portraits. His beautiful artworks are filled with irony, and the most incredible thing about them is that although they look exactly like photographs, they actually are paintings. The use of lights, shadows and reflections is simply stunning, and we bet […]

  • Everyday clothes you’d never think are sculptures made of marble

    Alex Seton is a Sydney based artist who graduated from the College of Fine Arts, UNSW in 1998. Seton is mainly known for his lifelike sculptures carved out of marble. We were impressed by the realism of the sculptures that we show you today, it’s amazing how this artist manages to recreate the feeling of a […]

  • Unbelievable San Francisco sculpture made of 100.000 toothpicks

    It took 35 years for Scott Weaver to build “Rolling through the Bay”, a piece of artwork made of 100.000 toothpicks, and over this period he estimates he’s spent around 3.000 hours of work. The sculpture includes multiple “tours” that move ping-pong balls through neighborhoods, historical locations, and iconic symbols of San Francisco, all recreated with […]

  • Amazing hand painting illusions by Annie Ralli

    Annie Ralli is a talented British body painter, former scenic artist for BBC. She often paints body parts for the realization of advertising campaigns, and the following creations, photographed by Ray Massey, are part of an advertising campaign for Ecclesiastical Insurance, whose pay-off is “You’re in good hands”. She says about her body painting works: […]