Masterpieces Created with Coffee

Artist Maria Aristidou makes illustrations from coffee as if it was watercolor. Everything started thanks to a latte ; she was painting with watercolor and her cup poured on the drawing. She begun to try washing the stains that didn’t want to disappear because the liquid was directly absorbed by the paper. Since this experience, she stayed fascinated by the fact that a masterpiece can be created from an accident, the nuances allowing by coffee and the rapid absorption.


Ding Dong, The Dragon is dead (2015)

I’ve waited for this a long time. Combine Dante/Vergile, the Divine Comedy and the Hannibal Series. I hope you like it!

As always: Please do not remove the caption or the source. I would really appreciate that. Thank you guys! Reblog it to the end of time but don’t repost it without a source/link.


  • Will: Promo picture Hannibal Season 2: Photo by Michael Muller/NBC [x]
  • Hannibal: Promo picture Hannibal Season 2: Photo by Michael Muller/NBC [x]
  • Tattoo:  The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed in Sun by William Blake [1803] [x]
  • Painting: Dante and Vergile by William-Adolphe Bouguereau  [1850] [x]

StyleNet - Kyle McDonald

Tech Art talent Kyle McDonald has been exploring and experimenting with current methods available for applying neural network analysis on paintings applied to photographic images.

On his Twitter feed, he has posted a couple of animated examples (seen above), including a New York skyline in the style of Van Gogh’s Starry Night, and Walking Through a Cubist Landscape.

He has also put together a post on Medium exploring the current methods available - it is technical but if you wish to find out more on the subject it is worthwhile. You can read it here