Miguel Andrade

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Fascinating Illustrations Blend People, Animals, and Objects Together

Netherlands-based visual artist and illustrator Redmer Hoekstra draws mind-blowing illustrations that merge together people, animals, and everyday objects in ingenious ways. His detailed illustrations are a fascinating study of contrasts and strange connections between organic and manmade elements, …


Grotesque and Gorgeous: 100,000 Art and Medicine Images Released for Open Use

The Wellcome Library in London announced this week that they’re releasing more than 100,000 high-resolution images online for Creative Commons use. …

The 10 Best Books Of The Year (So Far), According To Amazon

Back in July, we wrote about Amazon editors' selections for best books that were released between January and June. Now, Amazon is back with an updated list of the Best Books of 2013 (so far).<p>Here are the top 10 books from this year, according to Amazon editors.<p>1. "<b>The Goldfinch"</b> by Donna Tartt: …

Man in the Cafe Artist: Juan Gris Completion Date: 1912 Style: Analytical Cubism Genre: genre painting Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 128.2 x 88 cm Gallery: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/juan-gris/ posted by Lee

The Tasmanian tiger becomes extinct - a picture from the past

First published on Sat 7 Sep 2013 03.45 EDT


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Simón Prades brings us into his finely detailed monochromatic world, via his surreal illustrations 

Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomy of an artist

If Leonardo da Vinci’s uncannily accurate studies of the human body had been published in his lifetime, they would have changed the course of science, says Alastair Sooke.<p>One day, probably during the winter of 1507-08, <b>Leonardo da Vinci</b> found himself chatting with an old man in the hospital of Santa …