Why paper Baroque wigs, you may ask? Russian artist Asya Kozina explains on her Behance page:

Historical wigs always fascinated me, especially the Baroque era. This is art for art’s sake aesthetics for aesthetics, no practical sense. But they are beautiful. I made a series of wigs. Paper helps to highlight in this case the main form and not be obsessed unnecessary details.

Just stay out of the rain.

Take a closer look at the designs below.

[click to continue…]

warhol hair

A few days ago, I showed you some very cool new fine art-inspired hair color designs by Ursula Goff. Well, she’s been hard at work and has several new styles inspired by artists like Klimt, Andy Warhol, Monet, Botticelli, and Georgia O’Keefe.

I think Warhol would dig it. Here’s hoping she adds a Lichtenstein and Van Gogh.

Check out more pictures below.

[click to continue…]

ryan burke2

As you can see, Ryan Burke’s makeup is pretty unreal. It is inspired by many sources, from club kids to fashion to art, but most surprisingly is the geometry that influences the symmetrical patterns he uses. He tells Buzzfeed:

I am inspired by symmetry, geometric shapes, drag culture, club culture, fashion, art, unconventional materials, patterns — anything really that alters my appearance and distorts my features.

See more of his amazing work below.

[click to continue…]

scream hair

Hairstylist and colorist Ursula Goff likes to play with color in new and interesting ways. On that note, I noticed a new project that has just begun on her Instagram that really has me intrigued.

A couple of days ago, she shared a style inspired by Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” and announced that she’s working on a Fine Art series. The next day, it was “Girl With a Pearl Earring” by Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer, which you can check out below.

I love this idea and I’m looking forward to seeing what she comes up with next.

[click to continue…]


Artists Griz and Norm Lemay are feature animation artists at Walt Disney Animation Studio (visual development artist / character designer and storyboard artist respectively) who also enjoy working on their own Disney-themed creations.

Recently, they did a series of beautiful shoes inspired by Disney ladies. Personally, I hope some of these designs become real products. They do have connections after all.

Check out more examples after the break…

enhanced-12372-1447859236-10 copy

Scott Campbell is a famous tattoo artist, and his work adorns celebrities ranging from Penélope Cruz to Marc Jacobs. Recently he embarked upon a tattooing project called Whole Glory that’s not for the faint of heart. He offered his tattooing services free of charge to absolute strangers. The catch? Participants would stick their arm into a hole and Campbell would tattoo whatever he wanted—and they wouldn’t be able to view the tattoo until it was done.

Read more after the break…

Chanel Catwoman

chanel catwoman

Chanel Catwoman sketch by Kevin Wada.


German artist Peter Aurisch creates tattoos that are influenced by the works of Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, and Picasso. Rather than inking from a sketch, Aurisch draws freehand using the stories of his customers as inspiration.

See More: Fabulous Geeky Tattoos

His use of bold lines, geometric figures and (at times) vibrant colors result in some stunning and unique tattoos. Check out more of his work after the break.

[click to continue…]


Artist Sanne Vaghi says she’s been fascinated by transience in nature for a long time, but her medium of choice is very permanent. She also says that lines play a big role in her tattoo work because they can emphasize the shape of the body. As you’ll see, these lines seem to flow like veins.

See more pictures after the break.

[click to continue…]


Artist NoFlutter reimagined four fan favorite superheroines in adorable steampunk style and I’m just gushing all over these images. Power Girl, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman, and Supergirl look amazing in their traditional colors fitted with bustle skirts, goggles, and corsets. I cannot wait to see a cosplay group take on these lovely ladies.

Check out the rest of the beauties after the break.

[click to continue…]