It's a 19-day city-wide art exhibit in which artists display their work for everyone to see. People and a juried panel then vote on which pieces they think are the best and the winners receive $560,000 in cash prizes. There are many mediums, including paintings, drawings, sculpture and even performance art.
I literally forgot that women could grow hair underneath their arm pits until I saw these pictures. Somebody please fix my perspective on life and tell me that these artistic pictures are all fake movie makeup jobs.
Although precious few details have been made available to the public, everyone has long assumed that 'Jurassic World' will center on a fully functioning dinosaur theme park where everything goes horribly wrong. Some newly revealed concept art from the film essentially confirms this, showcasing the formerly deadly Isla Nublar as a tourist paradise with a massive visitor center that would make the honchos at Disney World nod with approval.
In this week's Greatest Game Art Ever, we explore an equal mix of gaming's classic heroes as well as a few from the more modern pantheon. You might find some character that were forgotten for a while but now have been given new life thanks to artists who just happened to be fans. So even though a game might fall into obscurity, it can always live on through the magic of fan art.
Feast your eyes on the newest examples of the Greatest Game Art Ever, here to give you something aesthetically pleasant to appreciate. If tributes are your thing, then you'll love some of the pieces we've got in store for you today. For example, there's some fan art for Pokemon that almost brings the world of pocket monsters to life even more than the games or animated show do. See which pieces are your favorite by looking through the gallery below.
Nexus Vomitus is the hottest new thing in the art world. Bulimia has never looked better than it has when it’s being done by Millie Brown. The idea of Nexus Vomitus is artist Millie Brown drinks different colors of milk and then hurls it up onto a canvas that has been placed on the floor.
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