I had no idea Jim Carrey was an artist, and a talented one to boot. In the documentary, 'I Needed Color,' Carrey explains how he found his new love of painting while attempting to mend his broken heart.
In the latest episode of Off The Wall, artist Alexa Meade showcases her unique way of bringing her paintings to life by using actual people. By painting directly on the body of her subjects she is able to flatten three-dimensional surfaces into a 2D plane when photographed.
Kyle Lambert has created what may be the most realistic finger painting on an iPad ever. He chose Morgan Freeman as his subject and didn't leave one bit of detail out.
The featured artist this week is 24-year old abstract painter and teacher Rachel Reinert. Her work has been sold internationally, as well as to the public and even private venues.
Justice League UNITE! Super talented illustrator Aslan-Sebastian Malik created these rad adaptions of the Justice League out of US currency.
A day after posting the freakishly realistic 3D Popeye I came across, this wonderful set of paintings of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fell on my lap. I've never had the pleasure of seeing Dave Rapoza's work before until today, but I can assure you I've become an instant fan.
As if there isn't enough food porn on the internet these days, I had to go and tease you with these hyper-realistic food paintings by Mary Ellen Johnson. Yes, if you can actually believe it, these food portraits are paintings!
Finnish design student Jirka Vinse Jonatan has re-imagined what 'Disney Princesses' look like. He really captures their beauty in a realistic manner and brings them to life. See the photos after the jump...
These hyperrealistic paintings by Tos Kostermans are pretty remarkable. Each piece has a continued pattern showing the women in control through various settings; crisis, politics, success, prosperity, and even jealousy. See them all after the jump...