These huge and very details paint are from Japanese artist Manabu Ikeda. Ikeda spending eight hours a day, often for years. Ikeda’s recent work called “Meltdown”, that explores the 2011 earthquake, it was on show at the West Vancouver Museum.
Have you imagine some fun things display on the dull landscape paintings? Artists Chris McMahon and Thyrza Segal create some fun painings, they added a fantastic collection of monsters in these landscape paintings. If you like them, you can purchase them on Thyrza (Etsy) and Chris (deviantART).
These incredible panoramic perspective drawings are created by artist Rorik Smith. Rorik uses graphite pencils on-site without aid from photographic reference material or digital manipulation. Awesome!! See much more in his portfoio.
This series of called The Edge Effect, it’s created by photographer Daniel Kukla that photographed square mirrors propped on easels in locations around Joshua Tree National Park. The resulting images creates the bizarre effect, looks like paintings in the desert.