Steve Cutts’ work represents the brutal truth about our society and daily life, smart phone appliances making a lord of human, people working as a rat race, money making a person more greedy, and so on. Steve Cutts is an illustrator and animator keen for new projects and collaborations and once worked at creative agency Glueisobar where he focused on digital projects for several years. 2012, Steve Cutts left Glueisobar, now he’s a freelance in London working with production houses and agencies globally.
Art of room decoration
Paper artist uses traditional paper stencil technique to create stylized artworks
Surreal world by Korean artist Jee Young Lee
Floral illustrations of beauty, romance and love
Photorealistic portraits created by German artist with amazing technique
Hyper-realistic 3D murals on city walls created by French street artist
Vividly photorealistic drawings on simple boards of wood created by self-taught artist
Art of melting crayons
Geometric paper creatures by Buenos Aires-based artist duo
Unconventional mural of women floating in water on sunken ship
Incredible visual art - Invisible Man from China
Delicately fantastic sculptures merging animals and plants
Street artist paints intimate portraits on wall of abandoned buildings that look like they're tellin...
Haunting illustrations of swimming women
Aquarium phone booth