The story of this blind artist is extraordinary and unbelievable. Professional CPA with a photographic memory, Lisa Fittipaldi lost her vision due to a vascular disease in 1993. She lost her job too, but overcame blindness and began painting in 1995. Her paintings are so colorful and bright; it’s hard to believe that they were drawn by a blind person who can’t even see colors or distance. The main challenge to Lisa was when she was told she could never create complex scenes of everyday life with people as main characters. But she managed to do so, and today her paintings are exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. Fittipaldi is a unique artist with an amazing inner vision. You can judge for yourself after the jump.
Anything is possible for Party Gorilla. No matter what you do or if you got problems, Party Ggorilla will always help you out! ;)
The US President Barack Obama is very emotive. If you doubt it, this set of pictures will confirm it for you ;)
Political "zombies" (22 pics)
Facial expressions of the Russian President (15 pics + 1 gif)
Facial expressions of George Bush (29 photos)
The Japanese have a good taste for cool t-shirts. I would like to have one of these creative t-shirts, that’s for sure!
Can this be any cuter? I don’t think so :)
Positive emotions of the day on Izismile to start your morning well ;)
If you were a fan of kit boxes, magazines and picture books 50 to 60 years ago, you might remember sci-fi illustrations by this artist. If not, take a look at these interesting retro images created by Shigeru Komatsuzaki who lived since 1915 till 2001. The graphics are cool! Remember that they were created in the 60’s and 70’s!
I love great photos of nature, but the works by Saul Santos Diaz are truly magical! The contrast and color make me breathless. Even if he digitally manipulates his works after taking the pictures, I am still in love with these unearthly beautiful photographs!
These are paintings made thanks to the Brushes application on an iPad.
The artist David Kassan says that he used this same app on iPhone and that it is not quite the same: "This seems to be more about sculpting the painting and it gives the artist more of a feel for the subject matter and composition. The larger screen obviously helps. The options for colour correction and control are far improved from the iPhone."
Maybe he’s right, but I can say that iPhone paintings that I saw are also awesome.
Being very attentive to even the smallest details is Young C Park’s life slogan. His plane models are always amazing and detailed. They look very realistic! I can’t even imagine how passionate and patient one should be in order to spend days and nights creating such a masterpiece!
Abandoned and deserted places are the main “heroes” of urban decay photography. These photographs are always very impressive and fantastic. Enjoy!