Lady of the forest



Another characteristic art GIF designed by U.S. artist George RedHawk. Here he adapts a photograph of Federico Bebber a.k.a eiko, who was born in Udine, Italy in 1974 and has worked in digital art, mainly portraiture, since 1998. The above GIF is of Bebber’s portrait, Unforgivable mistakes.

Credits: Federico Bebber, Behance, via George RedHawk, via Ana Sempre, LOVELY GIFS✿*ڰۣ*, Google+ and GMail

Human meets eagle – George RedHawk


“George Redhawk is an artist who has recently created a mesmerizing series of GIFs that are hard to look away from. An impressive feat on its own, but the next little detail really makes you think. Redhawk is legally blind.”

Credits: George RedHawk via Cargo, Al Heden Chrism, Awesome GIF’s and Facebook

Spirit of the eagle


Another breathtaking and moving GIF from visually-impaired Native American GIF artist George RedHawk. This is based on an oil painting simply entitled ‘S14’ (2014) by Polish artist Tomasz Alen Kopera. Kopera was born in 1976 in Kożuchów. His art is influenced by human nature and the Universe’s mysteries. He has exhibited internationally and is currently based in Northern Ireland.

Credits: George RedHawk, Tomasz Alen KoperaPia Hollund‎, Awesome GIF’s and Facebook

Nice meeting you – Werner Hornung


A GIF created by blind GIF designer George RedHawk and based on the ‘digital painting’ of the same name by Werner Hornung.

Hornung is a digital fine artist who was born in Konstanz, Germany. He emigrated to France in the 1970s to take up a career in advertising. His artistic career first began with collages before purchasing a computer and turning his hand to digital art. He has picked up several art awards and is a member of the Russian Academy of Fine Arts.

Credits: Werner Hornung and George RedHawk via TumblrThe GIFronomicon, Trippy GIF and FacebookWerner Hornung
art made with digital tools