Italian artist Ale Giorgini pays tribute to famous couples from popular movies, TV shows, comic books and cartoons by creating series of beautiful illustrations called “That’s Amore”. He uses a minimum of lines and lots of negative space trickery to create illustrations that are as beautiful as they are interesting.
“While I was driving through a sheep farm near Waiuku, New Zealand, these four sheep stopped grazing to watch me watch them,” writes Your Shot member Cameron Zegers. “To achieve this shot, I waited for the sheep in the back to walk into the frame. Luckily, it stopped in the perfect place, and the result looked like a well-posed family portrait.”
Indian artist Anil Saxena does a very good job at digital art world. He draws from his technical background in graphic design, CGI and his trained creative eye, Anil enjoys developing stunning artwork, well digital artwork!
Ireland’s Philip Mulpeter, left, is kicked by Brazilian Vitor Nobrega during their welterweight mixed martial arts bout of International Pro Combat at the Estoril Casino in Estoril, near Lisbon, Portugal.
The exhibition called Minimum Monument took place in Birmingham. 5000 ice sculptures were placed on the steps by the public to remember the men and women – who made sacrifices in #WWI. The Brazilian artiset Nele Azevedo placed the sculptures in Chamberlain Square.