New York's subway is the epitome of the concrete jungle, and artist Matthew Grabelsky has taken full advantage of that metaphor, in a series that explores animal/humans riding, in all manner of style and attitude.
Jim Darling's Windows series uses the shape of an airplane window as frame and canvas for his artwork.
Instead of entire paintings, how about exploring a singular stroke of paint? Iranian artist Golsa Golchini has a fascinating take on an age-old medium.
The vivid portraits by Françoise Nielly continue to impress us.
Elegant one-line minimalism from artist duo Differantly.
Portland-based painter Betsy Walton has a thought-provoking and colorful exploration of her native Pacific Northwest through mixed media art.
We love the expressive colors and detail in these travel illustrations by Martina Crepulja.
A collection of profoundly strange and funny animal paintings by Bruno Pontiroli that defy explanation.
Classic, memorable paintings from the Prado, Spain's most famous art museum, have been redone to encapsulate the terror and chaos that climate change is and will bring.
Fascinating series of painting/photo work by Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov shows classical style painted figures in mundane contemporary settings.
São Paulo, Brazil-based artist Fernando Molino paints in a bright, expressive manner, with elongated bodies and a strong use of feminine motifs.
Drawn and painted with a colorful style, Russian illustrator Varya Kolesnikova gives us a peek into small, charming moments.
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, these dreamy Japanese watercolors are a visual journey though a fantasy land.
For some serious makeup inspiration, take a look at the remarkable work by Amazing Jiro, who creates mind-bending art for your face.