Fantastic Five: This Week’s Collection of Amazing Art Finds

Here are this week’s five fantastic finds in the world of art!

1. Yes, Andy Warhol was a digital artist!

Image from: Andy Warhol Museum - In the sea of obsolete digital storage, you never know where gems are hiding. The Andy Warhol Museum unearthed a pretty big discovery when it realized that digital doodles by the artist were sitting on floppy disks in the museum’s archival storage. Read more on Slate.

2. Karla Mialynne keeps it so real.  

Drawing by: Karla Mialynne

I came across Karla’s hyperrealist work browsing the web. Karla uses watercolors, colored markers and acrylic paint to create her lifelike drawings. You can see more of Karla’s work on FreeYork.

3. We love robots too.

Concept art by: Alex Ichim

One of our awesome new collectors Gabe shared Alex Ichim’s digital artwork with us! Hey, thanks Gabe! This guy rocks. You can trade with Gabe on NeonMob here.

4. The Shipwrecker.

Illustration by: Kmye Chan

NeonMob Ambassador Anthony shared artist Kmye Chan’s illustrations with us in Creator Chat on our Google+ community. Anthony, you always come with the heat! Thanks! You can check out more of Kmye’s work on her blog.

5. Blue eyes.

Illustration by: Graphik H. 

Thanks to Juxtapoz Magazine’s Illustration section, we came across artist and musician Graphik H’s illustration “Blue Eyes” and had to share it with you! Read more about Graphik H. on Juxtapoz.

That’s it for this week. Check back next friday for our last five fantastic art finds of May!

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- Madison J.