Top 20 artist features of 2014

2014 has been an exciting year for Bleaq! I’ve been able to feature a lot of fantastic, talented artists, welcomed more visitors every week and awarded the site with a complete make-over: not once, but twice!

In February I launched Bleaq 2.0: a whole new look for both the website and the branding. And, because it’s hard to be completely satisfied with an hobby so close to you, a few weeks ago Bleaq upgraded to version 3.0: an even more flexible and versatile version.

A lot of people found Bleaq this year: welcome new readers! For those of you who might missed a couple of month, and all of you who are excited to see some great art again I want to feature the most popular artists features of the year. So here they are, in no particular order: the top 20 artist features of 2014. Enjoy!

The mystic and occult works of Denis Forkas Kostromitin

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Dark, surrealistic drawings and paintings by Santiago Caruso

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Mysterious and symbolic illustrations by Caitlin McCarthy

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Vintage inspired anatomical drawings with a twist by Andy van Dinh

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The creepy cute drawings of Risa Mehmet

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The colourful, psychedelic paintings of Jeff Soto

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Bleak portraits by Natalia Drepina

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Dark and emotional portraits by Manuel Estheim

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Dan May’s surreal and mysterious forest creatures

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Dramatic black and white illustrations by Nico Delort

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Mysterious paintings by Heather McLean

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Gloomy portraits by Slevin Aaron

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Dark paintings by Fabien Claude

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Fantastic, spooky dolls by Klaudia Gaugier (Horkadolls)

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Stunning paintings with a dark theme by Leilani Bustamante

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Delicate nature inspired ink drawings by Theoretical Part

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Fantastic and horrific creatures by Naomi Chen

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Dark, ethereal photography by Michaela Knizova

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Intriguing portraits photographed by Benjamin Goss

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Vibrant mixed media portraits by Aunia Kahn

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That’s a lot of great art don’t you think? What has been your favorite artist feature this year? Thank you all so much for finding Bleaq this year: Bleaq has grown a lot this year and it’s all because of you. So thanks! I wish you have a lovely evening tonight, and hope to see you again in 2015!

            

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