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.
Colored pencil art - Hyper-realistic eyes by 19-year-old artist
Surreal Japanese ink wash paintings of tattooed cats
Lifelike bamboo insects by Japanese artist Noriyuki Saitoh
Geometric paper creatures by Buenos Aires-based artist duo
Massive art installation existing in Sahara Desert 17 years
Aesthetic horse sculptures created out of driftwood by James Doran-Webb
Melting ceramics - Nomad Patterns
3D Impressionism - Animal sculptures in motion made of reclaimed plastic items
Eye-catching contemporary art created out of toys, jewelry, buttons, beads, etc.
Paintings of optical illusions created by Canadian artist Rob Gonsalves
Japanese pen & ink artist worked 10 hours a day, six days a week for 3 and half years to complete a ...
Fantastically beautiful creatures by sculptor Ellen Jewett
Fluffy cat illustrations crafted with just ink
Colorful pencil sculpture - Color Blind
Artistic portratis created by twigs and petals