Fat Cat Art: Russian Artist Add Her Fat Cat to Iconic Paintings

If you haven’t heard about Russian artist Svetlana Petrova and her fat cat Zarathustra, you probably should take a look at this post. Petrova has become an Internet sensation after she placed her fat ginger cat, Zarathustra, in popular classic paintings such as “Mona Lisa”, “The Birth of Venus”, and “The Creation of Adam”. The clever improvements on the classic masterpieces in the “Fat Cat Art” project became extremely popular on internet. Take a look at the collection we have here and find more on artist’s website.

Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
Fat Cat Art: Russian Artist Add Her Fat Cat to Iconic Paintings
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Digital Papercut: Realistic 3D Illustrations Look Like Paper Cut

Inspired by the art of paper cutting, Estonia-based graphic designer and illustrator Eiko Ojala created these fantastic three dimensional drawings for leading publications such as New York Observer, Ebony Magazine, New York Times, and Scientific America. At first glance, you might think these are layers of colorful paper perfectly cut and placed together. However, these are hand-drawn by artist first then digitally composed. The whole process involves a mix of digital illustration, paper textures, and a mix of both real and artificial shadows. Take a look at the collection we presented here and see more on artist’s Behance page.

Digital Papercut: Realistic 3D Illustrations Look Like Paper Cut
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Incredibly Beautiful Fractal Flowers by Silvia Cordedda

Fractal art, a type of digital art, is a genre of computer art and digital art which are part of new media art which created by fractal-generating software. Using this technology, Italain artist Silvia Cordedda created some incredible beautiful flowers that could never exist in this world. The translucent nature of the pedals coupled with the brilliant variety of colors makes each flower glittering in the picture. Those flowers are so beautiful that they probably only exist in our dream.

Incredibly Beautiful Fractal Flowers by Silvia Cordedda
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