How many times you’d really take a serious look at water? As human who inhabits in the mother Earth, we see the water everywhere. It’s one of the most important assets to keep us alive, yet it looks so common that we treat it like transparent thing, until some unusual artist realized the beauty of the water, and converted it into immense visual art.
In this showcase we’re not gonna persuade you the inner beauty of water, but showing you how beautiful, elegant and impressive water can be. After all, water is life’s matter and matrix, mother and medium. There is no life without water. There is no art without water. Enjoy the art of water, the element that builds up the life.
Anfitrite – The Origin of the Flood. An elegant and mythical work inspired by the myth of Amphitrite, the sea-goddess and the wife of Poseidon. (Image source: I Think Graphic)
Barcadi – The Original Mojito. Originally a project for XRS/Barcadi – Martini Poland, this luxurious work has successfully advertised the drink and its brand. (Image source: Peter Jaworowski & Bartek Rozbicki)
Candle Water. Can the water light the darkness? I’m not quite sure after I saw this creative work done by Platinum. (Image source: Platinum)
Stove Water. What can water cooks? Love the way the water mimics the movement of the stove fire, 100% alike. (Image source: Platinum)
Lighter Water. A good lighter for helping you to quit the smoking, the water drops on the lighter are really epic. (Image source: Platinum)
Chocolate Milk Honey. Really love the color and splashes, yummy! (Image source: Platinum)
Chocolate Milk Strawberry. Seriously saying, apply colors on water while maintaining its nature is a daunting job, but Platinum gets the job done perfectly. (Image source: Platinum)
Coca Cola. Coca cola’s advertisement never fails to make people feel thirsty! Its water drop effect is priceless. (Image source: Platinum)
Eye With Water-splash. How can you not be impressed with this masterpiece? (Image source: Zsidi Gyula Róbert)
Going Wet. Another quality manipulation work by Lucas Honscha Garcia, the hand part is the winning point. (Image source: Lucas Honscha Garcia)
Guinness: Good Fortune. It’s a Chinese word with the meaning, “Good Fortune”. Real stout was used to form the shapes of the splashes. (Image source: Soon Tong)
Guitar Splash. Rock it, water! Very good use of splashes to express the rocking feel of the photo. (Image source: Gest0ert)
Liquid Serpent. “This is a photo manipulation I did compose of several different water stock images. I was trying to achieve a certain balance between photorealism and surrealism.” (Image source: Mario Escobar)
Splash n’ Lights. Water deserves the lights and attention as it keeps every creature alive by drinking it, a beautiful work. (Image source: TearDropps)
The Flood. A charming piece done by R&R Finn, after the noise reduction and the removing of several dust/drop spots. (Image source: R&R Finn)
The Last Airbender: Water. The water tribe symbol inspired from the movie, The Last Airbender, impressive! (Image source: darksidedesigner)
Unique. “Unique by ouwEnz is well…unique! A great concept and brilliant execution make for quite an interesting work of art!” – cosmosue (Image source: ouwEnz)
Water Dragon. What a terrific dragon and work done by an art master. (Image source: André Castro)
Water Fish. Can you see the fish on the spoon? Yes or no, this piece is simply gorgeous. (Image source: angelitonegro)
Water Flower. Water flower + neon color = ultimately cool! (Image source: Nikolay Razuev)
Water For Fire. Speechless on this one, two thumbs up! (Image source: igorms)
Water Is Life. Great and impactful advertisement with lively water flower. Water is precious, that’s true. (Image source: Martin Grohs)
Water Nuclear Bomb. This piece is really bombing my mind, awesome and inspiring! (Image source: alifaan)
Water Style. Seriously stunning work by Vigan Tafili which features the Chinese word, “Water”. There are also “Fire”, “Earth” and “Wind” version available in its Behance page! (Image source: Vigan Tafili)
I must say I was really impressed by the beauty and the quality of these manipulation works or pure digital artworks. But surprisingly, there aren’t so many artworks which implement water as their main theme, maybe it’s because the water is just too common, therefore it sounds hard to make it look unique.
But what you can see from this post? Even the common can become the uncommon, so there’s really no boundary when it comes to art, the only limitation is your creativity and skill, and you need more inspiration! Inspire us more by sharing the unusual water artwork you spotted, let us witness more beauty of the water!