The Most Magical Streets Shaded By Flowers And Trees

Positano, ItalyAgnes Alsua   Molyvos, Lesvos, GreeceJay21310 credit   Bonn, GermanyAdas Meliauskas credit Tunnel Of Love, Romania, Caras-severin  descoperaromania.org  credit Stockholm, Sweden  Hector Melo credit Valencia, Spainvisitheworld.tumblr credit   Grafton, Nsw Australia owenwilson credit   Nafplio, Peloponnese, Greece Wilson Lu credit Cullinan, South Africa Elizabeth Kendall credit   Spello, ItalyNicoletta credit Taiwan  Sue Hsu credit Bamboo Forest, Sagano, Japan nexttriptourism credit Washington Dc, Usa Paul Frederiksencredit … Continue reading The Most Magical Streets Shaded By Flowers And Trees

Realistic Portraits by Melissa Cooke

  Realistic Portraits by Melissa Cooke on Tumblr | Instagram “Specializing in graphite on paper, her work investigates the relationship between photography, performance and drawing in portraiture. Melissa Cooke ‘s drawings are made by dusting thin layers of graphite onto paper with a dry brush. The softness of the graphite provides a smooth surface that can be augmented by erasing in details and textures. No … Continue reading Realistic Portraits by Melissa Cooke

Cityscape Superpositions by Alessio Trerotoli

Cityscape Superpositions by Alessio Trerotoli Cityscape Superimpositions, (superposition principle) by Alessio Trerotoli In this series “Urban Melodies,” Alessio Trerotoli depicts an abstract vision of urban scenes. By juxtaposing same images, the artist aims to show an usual image in a conceptual way, almost impressionist. Here everything is duplicated, the lights, the structures multiply and build a new vision of life. Source:Fubiz Media Continue reading Cityscape Superpositions by Alessio Trerotoli

Orphaned Raccoon Lives With Dogs, Thinks She’s One Of Them

Watch the video:   Orphaned Raccoon Lives With Dogs, Thinks She’s One Of Them   Pumpkin on Instagram / Facebook / Twitter Late last year, a very unusual bundle fell out of a tree in Rosie Kemp’s backyard: a month-old raccoon. She was very weak, and had broken her back leg. Kemp waited, but when the raccoon’s mother didn’t return she decided to take her … Continue reading Orphaned Raccoon Lives With Dogs, Thinks She’s One Of Them

Elegant Dance Self-Portraits by Mickael Jou (Hummm!!! What lovely man…)

   Elegant Dance Self-Portraits by Mickael Jou   (Hummm!!! What lovely man…)   Berlin-based Taiwanese-French-American  Mickael Jou  merges his two passions, dancing and photography into an amazing body of work. His ‘365 self-portrait project’ shows him effortlessly floating in  everyday scenes from supermarkets, to park,museum hallways and street scenes. The magic of his photographs lies within the combination of skillfully controlled dance moves, caught mid-move, juxtaposed with … Continue reading Elegant Dance Self-Portraits by Mickael Jou (Hummm!!! What lovely man…)

The Surreal and Conceptual Portraits of Alicia Savage

The Surreal Self-Portraits of Alicia Savage “Alicia Savage captures her life with a surreal twist that pushes beyond the static point and shoot. From absurd flights of fancy to soft reflective moments, each self-portrait conveys an independent sense of travel or transcendence: movement that emphasizes the importance of dreaming in relation to personal  exploration and documentation. Conceptually, it’s that simple– but technically, it’s a little … Continue reading The Surreal and Conceptual Portraits of Alicia Savage

Ceramic Surgery: Artist explores what lies beneath the surface of popular crockery

Ceramic Surgery: Beccy Ridsdel explores what lies beneath the surface of popular crockery Artist Beccy Ridsdel is a ceramicist who loves to explore what lies beneath the surface of traditional floral dinnerware. Beccy studied Contemporary 3D Crafts at the University of York achieving a first class honours degree in 2008. Since then she has taught ceramics and kiln formed glass and has exhibited her own … Continue reading Ceramic Surgery: Artist explores what lies beneath the surface of popular crockery

Emma Lindström’s Art Makes A Big Bang

   Emma Lindström‘s Art Makes A Big Bang 26-year-old painter Emma Lindström creates colorful swirls of awesomeness using a combination of acrylic and spraypaint. Though the artist is from Sweden, her work feels as though it came from an entirely different galaxy. Her paintings are nothing short of celestial — though the colors change piece to piece, she maintains the same galactic visuals that transcends our Earthly imaginations. … Continue reading Emma Lindström’s Art Makes A Big Bang

Fractal Experience: Geometric GIFs By Erik Söderberg

Revolving flower  Penta Flake Radiation Geometries Fractal Experience: Geometric GIFs By Erik Söderberg on Behance In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called ”Fractal Experience”. This is part two – continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element: space-time. This time I’ve worked in … Continue reading Fractal Experience: Geometric GIFs By Erik Söderberg

Double Exposure Wildlife Illustrations By Thiago Bianchini

Double Exposure Wildlife Illustrations By Thiago Bianchini More  Etsy | Instagram Brazilian Thiago Bianchini, is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator, that started his working career with employment in the Fashion Industry.  This is a quote from his website “My dream is to make a huge exhibition with my artwork, showing the complicated relationship between man versus nature. To respect nature is to respect yourself. If … Continue reading Double Exposure Wildlife Illustrations By Thiago Bianchini

Mysterious Wildcats by Joel Sartore

Caracal Leopard Cat Canada Lynx clouded leopard African Wildcat Serval Rusty Spotted Cat African Golden Cat Sand Cat Asiatic Wildcat Leopard Cat Jaguarundis Eurasian Lynx Fishing Cat Iberian Lynx Palla’s Cat Marbled Cat Melanistic (black) Asian Golden Cat Margay Genetta maculata Geoffrey’s Cat Flat-Headed Cat   Mysterious Wildcats by Joel Sartore In this series for National Geographic, Joel Sartore offers a unique view on worldwide … Continue reading Mysterious Wildcats by Joel Sartore

Exploding Flowers Reflected in Broken Mirrors

WATCH THE VIDEO: Exploding Flowers Reflected in Broken Mirrors Israeli photographer Ori Gersht is known for his exploding bouquets’ pictures. In his series “On Reflection”, he used the medium of a broken mirror to see, thanks to the reflection, his flowers exploding. He took plastic and silk flowers to make compositions and to capture them without any retouches or collages. He is exhibited at the … Continue reading Exploding Flowers Reflected in Broken Mirrors

Depression And Anxiety By Edward Honaker

Depression And Anxiety By Edward Honaker Twenty one-year-old photographer Edward Honaker documents his own depression in powerful self-portraits. The series of black and white images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety. In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly … Continue reading Depression And Anxiety By Edward Honaker

Photographer Was Taking Cute Photos Of Rats To Brake A Negative Image Of Them

Photographer Was Taking Cute Photos Of Rats To Brake A Negative Image Of Them Facebook | Behance | 500px  Diane Özdamar is a French illustrator, photographer and graphic designer, currently living in Montreal who has been taking pictures of pet rats for years hoping to break the negative image that is often associated with these lovely animals. Diane Ozdamar: ‘As far as I can remember I … Continue reading Photographer Was Taking Cute Photos Of Rats To Brake A Negative Image Of Them

Layers of Glass: Beautiful Sculptures by Ramon Todo

Layers of Glass: Beautiful Sculptures by Ramon Todo Tokyo-born artist Ramon Todo creates stunning sculptures combining layers of polished glass with unexpected objects such as stones and books. “Starting with various stones, volcanic rock, fragments of the Berlin wall, and even books, the artist inserts perfectly cut glass fragments that seem to slice through the object resulting in segments of translucence where you would least … Continue reading Layers of Glass: Beautiful Sculptures by Ramon Todo

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Magical Photos Of Fireflies From Japan

Image credits: Yu Hashimoto Image credits:Daisuke Aochi Image credits: Hiroyuki Shinohara Image credits: Daisuke Aochi Image credits: zabby Image credits: hm777 Image credits: Hiroyuki Shinohara Image credits: Yume Cyan Image credits: hm777 Image credits: Asuka Image credit : Tsuneaki Hiramatsu Image credit :  Tsuneaki Hiramatsu Image credit : Tsuneaki Hiramatsu Image credit :  Tsuneaki Hiramatsu Magical Photos Of Fireflies From Japan The fireflies in Japan … Continue reading Magical Photos Of Fireflies From Japan

The most beautiful jellyfish in the Mediterranean by Jordi Benitez Castells

The most beautiful jellyfish in the Mediterranean by Jordi Benitez Castells 500px PHOTOGRAPHER JORDI BENITEZ CASTELLS MADE INCREDIBLE IMAGES OF JELLYFISH. A jellyfish is photographed against the surface off the coast of Spain, in the Mediterranean Sea. These amazing underwater photographs show in great detail the beauty of some of the Mediterranean Sea’s stingier inhabitants. And while these barrel jellyfish are a completely harmless kind, … Continue reading The most beautiful jellyfish in the Mediterranean by Jordi Benitez Castells

Ballerina Wears Knife Shoes to Perform “En Puntas” by Javier Pérez

Ballerina Wears Knife Shoes to Perform “En Puntas” by Javier Pérez WATCH THE VIDEO: after text Javier Pérez – EN PUNTAS (extracts) from Javier Pérez on Vimeo. Through this work, Javier Pérez investigates and reflects once again upon the human condition. Using a strongly metaphorical language rich in powerful symbolism, he reveals the weaknesses that become the boundaries between seemingly irreconcilable concepts such as: beauty … Continue reading Ballerina Wears Knife Shoes to Perform “En Puntas” by Javier Pérez

Art Crush: Helmo – Bêtes de Mode

Art Crush: Helmo – Bêtes de Mode   French design team Helmo – Thomas Couderc and Clément Vauchez – put together a pretty crafty series called Bêtes de Mode using an anaglyph 3D technique. The images of the animals in the red hue merged with images of beautiful people in the cyan hue – in a synchronous pose – make you almost want to put … Continue reading Art Crush: Helmo – Bêtes de Mode

Creative Sculptures by Yoan Capote

Creative Sculptures by Yoan Capote Yoan Capote is a wonderful and very smart sculptor hailing from Pinar del Rio,  The young artist creates paradoxical images with political and psychological connotations. Sculptures with inanimate objects around the human body. Majority of Capote’s work speaks on a broad myriad of social issues from sexuality, prostitution, environmental issues, and many more. I definitely encourage everyone to check out … Continue reading Creative Sculptures by Yoan Capote

Aesthetic and Subversive Photos by Petrina Hicks

Subversive Photos by Petrina Hicks Talented Australian photographer Petrina Hicks utilises the “seductive and glossy language of commercial photography to create artworks that probe at the false promise of perfection, exploring photography’s ability to both create and corrupt the process of seduction and consumption. Her work often explores female identity making reference to mythology and art history and drawing associations between these elements and contemporary … Continue reading Aesthetic and Subversive Photos by Petrina Hicks

Incredible Billboards with California Landscape by Jennifer Bolande

Incredible Billboards with California Landscape Coachella Valley, including its billboards, is currently experiencing a makeover as it hosts the Desert X outdoor art festival. Visual artist Jennifer Bolande, took on the ambitious project of replacing billboards in the area with photos of the mountainous landscapes they blocked, and it sends an important social message. Visible Distance / Second Sight, as the project is known, features … Continue reading Incredible Billboards with California Landscape by Jennifer Bolande

Stunning Works Of Origami Art To Celebrate World Origami Day

  Image credits: Gen Hagiwara  Image credits: Hoàng Tiến Quyết   Image credits: Akira Yoshizawa  Image credits: Adam Tran Image credits: Patricia Crawford   Image credits: Hoàng Tiến Quyết  Image credits: Artur Biernacki Image credits: Hideyuki Kamon  Image credits: white_onrice   Image credits: Roman Diaz Image credits: Cristian Marianciuc  Image credits: White On Rice Image credits: Dinh Truong Giang Image credits: Beth Johnson  Image credits: … Continue reading Stunning Works Of Origami Art To Celebrate World Origami Day

Gorgeous Cut-out Drawings juxtaposed with Real Life Patterns By Shame Khbluwi

Gorgeous Cut-out Drawings juxtaposed with Real Life Patterns By Shame Khbluwi Instagram Shame Khbluwi is back with a new series of fashion sketches. This time, he has juxtaposed his cut-out silhouettes on carpets, jewels, colorful tiles or sunny landscapes and the rendering is really impressive.  (h/t:Fubiz ) Share This Story Continue reading Gorgeous Cut-out Drawings juxtaposed with Real Life Patterns By Shame Khbluwi

A Slice of Heaven:Porto Fira Suites on Santorini island

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Astonishing Carved Book Landscapes by Guy Laramee

          Astonishing Carved Book Landscapes by Guy Laramée Guy Laramée’s carved books are his metaphor for the degradation of human culture. The artist’s treatment of non-fiction information stems from his idea that knowledge is gained by erosion instead of accumulation. “I carve landscapes out of books. Mountains of disused knowledge return to what they really are: mountains. Piles of obsolete encyclopedias return … Continue reading Astonishing Carved Book Landscapes by Guy Laramee

The beautiful cakes of Marie Troïtskaia

The Mirror Glaze Cakes of Marie Troïtskaia More info: marieoiseau.ru | Instagram Marie Troïtskaia aka Marie Oiseau is an architect versed in pastry making beautiful cakes inspired by the building, sculptures and other forms. The young woman of 21 combines her studies of architecture with her passion for dessert planning to create each of her cakes as an architectural project. Originally from Moscow, she pursued … Continue reading The beautiful cakes of Marie Troïtskaia

Dark photo manipulations by Anja Millen

  ‘Dark photo manipulations by Anja Millen  On DeviantArt  German artist Anja Millen has been creating art since 1984, shifting from analog work to a more modern mix of different styles you can see in her latest works. Although her techniques differ from when she started, the dark and dramatic feel in her work is still there. Anja’s work shows a resemblance with the dramatic … Continue reading Dark photo manipulations by Anja Millen

Miniature Worlds Inside Wooden Rings By Secret Wood

  Miniature Worlds Inside Wooden Rings By Secret Wood Instagram | Facebook There’s a miniature world inside these one-of-a-kind rings made from wood, jewellery resin, and besswax. From enchanted forests and snowy mountains to magical underwater worlds, each ring is handmade by Secret Wood, a design studio based in Vancouver, Canada. (h/t: twistedsifter) Continue reading Miniature Worlds Inside Wooden Rings By Secret Wood

The Poetic Painting of Alexandra Levasseur

The Poetic Painting of Alexandra Levasseur Oneiric and poetic Alexandra Levasseur’s work puts into scene tormented feminine figures in dream-like landscapes. As she tells us, she believes that wo men still remain the symbol for the expression of universal emotions such as love, fear, anguish and unrequited desire which are the central themes for her art. Alexandra Levasseur explores both, the loneliness and the bipolarity … Continue reading The Poetic Painting of Alexandra Levasseur

Lifelike Paper Birds by Diana Beltran Herrera

Lifelike Paper Birds by  Diana Beltran Herrera  It’s been over a year since we last checked in with paper artist Diana Beltran Herrera  whose skill in crafting the fine details of birds using paper has continued to evolve. Herrera’s work has begun appearing in several galleries and exhibitions around the world including the Art and Soul of Paper earlier this spring. She’s currently working on … Continue reading Lifelike Paper Birds by Diana Beltran Herrera

20 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit the Maldives

20 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit the Maldives The Maldives has to be one of the most beautiful and amazing spots on earth. Located in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives are made up of hundreds of islands, each of them a small slice of paradise. Sun, white sandy beaches and beautiful blue lagoons… the Maldives has it all. Continue reading 20 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit the Maldives

Classical Paintings Into Contemporary Urban Settings by Alexey Kondakov

Classical Paintings Into Contemporary Urban Settings by Alexey Kondakov Instagram Alexey Kondakov is an Ukrainian art director who plays to integrate characters and scenes of classical paintings into contemporary photographs of the city of Kiev. Through these digital collages, we can observe the simple daily life that nymphs, gods and goddesses would live if they have lived in our time. Continue reading Classical Paintings Into Contemporary Urban Settings by Alexey Kondakov

Golden Cityscape Scratch Art by Lago Design

Golden Cityscape Scratch Art by Lago Design Amazon and  Etsy  Seoul-based studio Lago Design created a series of scratch-off projects, which comes in the shape of a wooden pencil kit. To create the cityscape image, one must scratch off the gray area of the surface, which results in an illuminating shiny gold sight, which contrasts beautifully with the dark paper. Among the cityscape portraits are Paris, … Continue reading Golden Cityscape Scratch Art by Lago Design

The Veiled Ghosts of Livio Scarpella

The Veiled Ghosts of Livio Scarpella The work of Italian contemporary artist Livio Scarpella turns good and evil into delicacy.  This group of sculptures, named “Ghosts Underground”, depicts lost souls anguishing beneath the effect of a thin veil.  Scarpella’s interest in this subject was inspired by a trip to the Sansevero Chapel in Naples, home to Antonio Corradini’s “Veiled Christ”.  Before that time, he mostly … Continue reading The Veiled Ghosts of Livio Scarpella

Bridal hair designs by Farrukh Shamuratov

Bridal hair designs by Farrukh Shamuratov Hairstyle is one of the most important part of a women style statement which to an extent reflects her beauty and personality. Meet professional hair artist Farrukh Shamuratov from Russia who use his skills in an innovative and unique way to create a stunning hair designs that has gathered celebrity attention too. He has created one-of-a-kind hairdos for the … Continue reading Bridal hair designs by Farrukh Shamuratov

David Zinn’s New Characters on the Streets of Ann Arbor

David Zinn‘s New Characters on the Streets of Ann Arbor    Instagram et Facebook Michigan illustrator David Zinn continues to illuminate the streets of Ann Arbor with his chalk drawings since 1987. The artist works with chalk or charcoal to create works specific to the site that usually incorporates surrounding features such as cracks, street infrastructure, or found objects. Over the years, he has developed a … Continue reading David Zinn’s New Characters on the Streets of Ann Arbor

Fashion Illustrations by Meredith Wing

@MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMooi @MooMoo Fashion Illustrations by Meredith Wing Meredith Wing is a creative fashion designer from NYC who combines flowers and veggies with her three-dimensional drawings to create one of kind fashion illustrations made purely out of fun and passion. Initial training in fashion design and architecture developed … Continue reading Fashion Illustrations by Meredith Wing

Deliciously Fun Miniature Food Art That You Can Wear.

Deliciously Fun Miniature Food Art That You Can Wear by Shay Aaron  Shop here Are you ready for something absolutely impressive? Have a nosey at these mouth-watering creations coming from Tel Aviv-based artist Shay Aaron and you’ll discover an array of oh-so-delicious food-inspired jewelry pieces that seem good enough to eat. Delicious? No, simply and absolutely mouth-watering! We are talking, of course, about the food-inspired … Continue reading Deliciously Fun Miniature Food Art That You Can Wear.

Funny Underwater Dogs by Seth Casteel

Funny Underwater Dogs by Seth Casteel  Underwater Dogs is a funny series of photographs by Seth Casteel. Based in Los Angeles, Seth delivers spontaneous and priceless results to capture our favourite pets in images that will surely last forever. Some of them are really funny and some a bit scary, you’ll be the judge! For more information about the Seth Casteel, you can visit LittleFriendsPhoto.com … Continue reading Funny Underwater Dogs by Seth Casteel

Psychedelic Drawings by Chalermphol Harnchakkham

Psychedelic Drawings by Chalermphol Harnchakkham   Etsy, Society6   Chalermphol Harnchakkham, more regularly known under the pseudonym of Huebucket, is a Thai illustrator who creates splendid surreal and psychedelic drawings. In this series, his thin and accurate lines take the form of couples created by the movements of the waves. The result is an interesting union between the power of nature and human bodies curled up … Continue reading Psychedelic Drawings by Chalermphol Harnchakkham

Stunning beautiful 25 meters underwater photographs by Benjamin Von Wong

Stunning beautiful 25 meters underwater photographs by Benjamin Von Wong 500px | Facebook These dreaming-like photos are real, no Photoshop was used except in post-production editing, which were created by a reliable team, Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong, two models and seven expert safety divers. The photographer’s project was more of an extraordinary and challenging adventure than an inspirational photography creation. The models, who are experienced … Continue reading Stunning beautiful 25 meters underwater photographs by Benjamin Von Wong

Japanese Artist Creates A Unique Visual Diary While Having Her Coffee

  Japanese ArtistCreates A Unique Visual Diary While Having Her Coffee More info: Instagram Appreciating the small things in life can make some of us really happy. This Japanese girl called  Sawa, who is known by the name of  la fée de fleur on Instagram, proves it by combining her passions – flowers, coffee, and photography – into one beautifully made visual diary.     Continue reading Japanese Artist Creates A Unique Visual Diary While Having Her Coffee

These Hedgehog Faces Are The Cutest Thing On Twitter Right Now

These Hedgehog Faces Are The Cutest Thing On Twitter Right Now The Japanese owner of “Marutaro the Hedgehog” has been posting pictures of Marutaro with little cutout faces on Twitter With over 40,000 followers on Twitter and 26,400 fans on Vine, Marutaro the hedgehog from Japan is one of the most popular hedgehogs on the Internet. And his owner continues to post daily photos of … Continue reading These Hedgehog Faces Are The Cutest Thing On Twitter Right Now

Gabriel Dawe’s Dynamic Colored Thread Sculptures Imitate Prisms of Light

Gabriel Dawe’s Dynamic Colored Thread Sculptures Imitate Prisms of Light Mesmerizing rainbows have appeared, seemingly out of thin air, just a stone’s throw away from the White House. But what looks like colorful rays of light are actually just a trick of the eye. Artist Gabriel Dawe crafted the ethereal optical illusion, titled Plexus A1, from 60 miles of embroidery thread that span 19-foot-tall ceilings. … Continue reading Gabriel Dawe’s Dynamic Colored Thread Sculptures Imitate Prisms of Light

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You can put comment in your respective languages…. Se puede poner comentarios en sus respectivos idiomas…. Potete mettere commenti dei vostri rispettivi lingue…. Sie können Kommentare in Ihren jeweiligen Sprachen setzen…. Puteți pune comentarii în ta respectiv limbi… Você pode colocar comentários em seu respectivo idiomas…. आप अपने संबंधित भाषा में टिप्पणियां डाल सकते हैं।…. あなたは、それぞれの言語でコメントを入れることができます。 Vous pouvez  laisser  un  commentaire en  français. (Please correct … Continue reading This message is addressed to my most faithful lovers of contemporary art! Put a word, a line but please leave something in the comments and make reblogs thank you!

Beautiful Animated Double Exposure Photos

Beautiful Animated Double Exposure Photos by 25th Century Deep Discovery is a new series by artists duo 25th Century (Lucas Ighile and Ayla El-Moussa), whose we talked about recently. This time, it’s through two arts that they master, the animated GIF and double exposure, that they explored the fact that within us, there are pieces of the universe. Scientists and spiritual minds told us for … Continue reading Beautiful Animated Double Exposure Photos

Lifelike Wire Animal Sculptures by Kendra Haste

Lifelike Wire Animal Sculptures by  Kendra Haste Kendra Haste, a contemporary sculptor, works to represent wildlife through her creations made up only of distorted wire. The British artist is fascinated by the way in which a simple ordinary thread can change into such a sense of movement and life, of contour and volume; a contrast Between lightness and weight, between solidity and transparency, values ​​that … Continue reading Lifelike Wire Animal Sculptures by Kendra Haste

“Floating Sculptural Events” by Floto+Warner Studio

Floto+Warner  Turn Brightly Colored Liquids Into “Floating Sculptural Events” Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto of Floto+Warner Studio recently produced this beautiful series of photos titled Clourant that seemingly turns large splashes of colorful liquid into glistening sculptures that hover in midair. The photos were shot at a speed of 1/3,500th of a second, taking special care to disguise the origin of each burst making images … Continue reading “Floating Sculptural Events” by Floto+Warner Studio

The Surreal and Pop World of Eugenia Loli

              All images © Eugenia Loli The Surreal and Pop World of Eugenia Loli On: Flickr| tumblr | Tictail | Collage artist Eugenia Loli uses photography scanned from vintage magazines and science publications to create bizarre visual narratives that borrow from aspects of pop art, dada, and traditional surrealism. Loli’s background is almost as diverse as the imagery she … Continue reading The Surreal and Pop World of Eugenia Loli

The Stunningly Beautiful Finger Paintings of Paolo Troilo

The Stunningly-Beautiful Finger Paintings of Paolo Troilo He paints since he was six, always with his hands, using acrylics stretched on canvasses with his fingers. His early exhibitions are only in 2006, when he decides to stand up his works. He took part to Miart, Art Verona and to many group and solo exhibitions. “Paolo Troilo’s artistic expression characterizes for the originality of the formal … Continue reading The Stunningly Beautiful Finger Paintings of Paolo Troilo

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42 raisons pour lesquelles vous devriez visiter la Roumanie maintenant

Bigar Cascade   Tunnel d’amour roumain Marais de Mousse Verte Montagnes de Bucegi Montagnes de Bucegi Ceahlau Maramures Château de Bran (Dracula)   Sunflower Fields   Corvin Castle Rodnei Mountains, Romania Peles Castle Decebal Retezat National Park, Carpathians Rodnei  Apuseni Mountains Spring Afternoon In The Hills Of Holbav Village Brasov Sighişoara Mountain Road   Sibiu  Autumn in the Village Biertan Sibiu The Transfagarasan, Transylvania Lever … Continue reading 42 raisons pour lesquelles vous devriez visiter la Roumanie maintenant

Creative Collages by Jose Romussi

Embrodery and Collages by Jose Romussi Chilean artist Jose Romussi studied landscape design but became famous with silk prints and collages over the past years. Romussi takes vintage black & white photographs and saw over some colorful thread adding a playful touch to the frozen postures of the models. He is especially attracted by dancers and ballerinas that seem very sensual but inaccessible at the … Continue reading Creative Collages by Jose Romussi

The Melancholic Illustrations of Stasia Burrington

The Art of Stasia Burrington Stasia Burrington’s women are dark haired, simple, and usually muted in color, which is often in stark contrast to her colorful flowers or butterflies that surround and adorn her subjects.  Emotionally-driven, her illustrations are beautiful and even when there is a sense of distress they seem strong, making her art carry a feeling of shared struggle rather than pain or defeatism. Based in … Continue reading The Melancholic Illustrations of Stasia Burrington

Audacious Face Ornaments by Joann Tan

Audacious Face Ornaments by Joann Tan  On Facebook It is to better denounce the drifts of the cosmetic surgery and go against the current of the canons of beauty that the Malaysian Joann Tan launched its collection “Not Your Average Beauty”. From unique pieces to strange beauty. To better sublimate the reliefs of each face. Graceful and delicate jewelry, halfway between tribal ornaments and surgical … Continue reading Audacious Face Ornaments by Joann Tan

Infrared Photos Of New York’s Central Park by Paolo Pettigiani

Infrared Photos Of New York’s Central Park by Paolo Pettigiani A selection of great photography from “INFRARED NYC” by , Paolo Pettigiani a self taught photographer. He currently live in Turin, Italy. Paolo Pettigiani sees new york city’s central park in pink and blue, all images was taken in Central Park because for this type of infrared photography He need a big and massive piece … Continue reading Infrared Photos Of New York’s Central Park by Paolo Pettigiani

Weaves An Immersive Labyrinth Of Keys By Chiharu Shiota

  Weaves An Immersive Labyrinth Of Keys By Chiharu Shiota As visitors to the 2015 venice art biennale enter the japan pavilion, a red immersive expanse infills the building’s ceiling and walls, intertwining entrants within a maze of vibrantly colored yarn. ‘the key in hand’ by japanese artist Chiharu Shiota comprises more than 50,000 keys hanging from a cloud of tightly interwoven string. the web … Continue reading Weaves An Immersive Labyrinth Of Keys By Chiharu Shiota

Sébastien Layral (NSFW)

Sébastien Layral “To give the opportunity to access different points of view through the encounter, this process allows to put into perspective the place of each person, and understand the need for plurality of views. Each person will work on making him or herselves available and allow a path of full access to others. The action can also be stated differently, nourished by the encounter … Continue reading Sébastien Layral (NSFW)

The Animal Chair Collection by Maximo Riera

The Animal Chair Collection by Máximo Riera “The Animal Chair collection constitutes a diverse range of species, from mammals to reptiles, and even including insects. Each creation retains the animal’s natural vitality whilst being totally biological accurate in their appearance. This collection is homage to these animals and the whole animal kingdom which inhabits our planet, as an attempt to reflect and capture the beauty … Continue reading The Animal Chair Collection by Maximo Riera

Abstract Mountain Landscapes Photography

  Abstract Mountain Landscapes Photography By Marck Dorf Mark Dorf is a German artist who combines photography and digital arts to imagines abstract works. In his series entitled Emergence, he is based on pictures of mountains and forests that he adds color touches and gradients of give abstract aspect to this windows opened on nature. h/t: Fubiz Media Continue reading Abstract Mountain Landscapes Photography

Portraits de Hart-Worx | Hartmut Nörenberg

Portraits de Hart-Worx | Hartmut Nörenberg  Facebook / DeviantArt/ on Behance  Hartmut Nörenberg aka Hart Worx is a German photographer and also a digital artist. He specializes in portraits and photography lifestyle. Harmut likes to play on colors and contrasts but more particularly on the light present on the photographs. Indeed, his work is easily recognizable. His photographs are sensual and seem truly natural. Visit … Continue reading Portraits de Hart-Worx | Hartmut Nörenberg

Surreal Fantasy Digital Paintings by Aquasixio

Surreal Fantasy Digital Paintings by Aquasixio  DeviantArt Ciryl Rolando, known for Aquasixio indulges in digital painting with such passion that he manages to create imagery worthy of the greatest animated films. Its enchanting world depicts characters moving in magical landscapes. Inspired by Tim Burton and Hayao Miyazaki‘s world, fascinated by the surrealist movement, particularly through the work of Boris Vian through the froth of days, … Continue reading Surreal Fantasy Digital Paintings by Aquasixio

Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks

Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks  The garden is inspired by science and mathematics, with sculptures and landscaping on these themes, such as Black Holes and Fractals. The garden is not abundant with plants, but sets mathematical formulae and scientific phenomenae in a setting which elegantly combines natural features and artificial symmetry and curves. It is probably unique among gardens, drawing comparisons with a similarly … Continue reading Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks

Bahman Pezeshkzad Paintings

Bahman Pezeshkzad Paintings Saatchi Art Self-taught artist, my work is influenced by various Schools, from the encaustic paintings of the antiquity ( the Fayum portraits) to the more refined works of the Quattrocento. It combines disparate elements and artifacts from past civilisations. “I find my inspiration in mysticism and esotericism with borrowed elements from various Schools of thought.” There are many sources of inspirations. Icons, … Continue reading Bahman Pezeshkzad Paintings

This blog will not participate in any election! Thank you

This blog will not participate in any election. Games, nomination, contests, awards, although symbolic as they may be. Please do not select me. Thank you. This Art blog is in a category apart from that of authors writers, or photographers etc. I am in partnership and from an ethical point of view. No participation in competitions, tournaments, appointments, evaluations, promotions will be undertaken. Apart from … Continue reading This blog will not participate in any election! Thank you

Existentialist Text Messages Juxtaposed on Paintings by April Eileen Henry

Existentialist Text Messages Juxtaposed on Paintings by April Eileen Henry  Instagram Texts From Your Existentialist is an initiative of April Eileen Henry who wanted to converge art and modern existentialist thoughts shaped like text messages. Fan of F. Scott Fitzgerald, her Instagram account is full of paintings by Lucian Freud, William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Gustav Klimt, Picasso, Francesco Hayez, Edward Hopper, John William Godward, Egon Schiele, Edvard … Continue reading Existentialist Text Messages Juxtaposed on Paintings by April Eileen Henry

This Year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Are Looking Hilarious Already

This Year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Are Looking Hilarious Already  The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are in full swing, so check out some of the fierce competitors jostling for the top prize this year. Paul ‘PJ’ Joynson-Hicks MBE and Tom Sullam founded the awards to spotlight wildlife conservation efforts and to inject some humour into the world of wildlife photography. More info: Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Continue reading This Year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Are Looking Hilarious Already

NSFW video“Dye: She’s Bad” by duo Jean-Philippe Chartrand

He describes her like a bad girl, too sexy for human beings. Speaking is Juan de Guillebon aka Dye, the French producer of the song She’s Bad, feat Egyptian Lover, an american musician and vocalist. The protagonist is temptress Aude Auffret, an astonishing woman whose body and face are replaced by bibliographic reproductions of wildlife, flora and volcanic springs. Jean-Philippe Chartrand and Benjamin Mege aka … Continue reading NSFW video“Dye: She’s Bad” by duo Jean-Philippe Chartrand

Creative Sketches That Incorporate Everyday Objects By Christoph Niemann

Creative Sketches That Incorporate Everyday Objects By Christoph Niemann  artist on Tumblr | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | In an ongoing series called “Sunday Sketch”,  incorporates everyday objects in fun and creative ways, playing with perspective and reimagining the objects as something else entirely. Niemann is an illustrator, artist, and author. His work has appeared on the covers The New Yorker, Time, Wired and … Continue reading Creative Sketches That Incorporate Everyday Objects By Christoph Niemann

Bright lights of Las Vegas captured from 10,800ft by Vincent Laforet

Bright lights of Las Vegas captured from 10,800ft by Vincent Laforet    Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Vincent Laforet took to the skies at night to capture these breathtaking shots Part of a larger project, entitled AIR: Sin City 10.8K, which is a follow up to his New York City lights series Famous photographer Vincent Laforet takes amazing night photos of urban cities, and his amazing photos of Las Vegas are … Continue reading Bright lights of Las Vegas captured from 10,800ft by Vincent Laforet

The Blossom Project: Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot

‘The Blossom Project’ : Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot     Created as a collaboration between photographers Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot, ‘The Blossom Project’ depicts colourful clouds of smoke emerging from evocative landscapes all around the globe. From Morocco to Norway, the artists’ interventions call into question the presence and absence of humans in landscapes – from abandoned quarries and construction sites to vast planes … Continue reading The Blossom Project: Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot

Magnicient Wood Sculptures by Willy Verginer

Magnicient  Wood Sculptures by Willy Verginer The magnificent wooden sculptures by the Italian artist Willy Verginer, who carves animals and human bodies with great realism and precision in anatomical compositions and installations … With a very special work on textures and colors, Willy Verginer Has developed over the years a very particular visual language both strong and subtle. Continue reading Magnicient Wood Sculptures by Willy Verginer

Human Skeletons Assembled with Found Coral by Gregory Halili

Human Skeletons Assembled with Found Coral by Gregory Halili With parched white pieces of found sea coral, artist Gregory Halili has been creating skeletal parts of the human anatomy from hands and arms all the way up to a lifesize recreation of a human skeleton suspended atop a giant piece of driftwood. The irregular coral segments are uncanny stand-ins for human bones, and it’s no surprise … Continue reading Human Skeletons Assembled with Found Coral by Gregory Halili

Conceptual Neon Photography by Slava Thisset

Conceptual Neon Photography by Slava Thisset on Behance To create such beautiful and conceptual settings, Russian photographer Slava Thisset aka Local Preacher, combines photography and digital art. Through her photographs, she explores the fluorescent aesthetics of neon lights with make-up, body painting, lights and photo retouching. Continue reading Conceptual Neon Photography by Slava Thisset

Improbability: Photo Series by Giuseppe Colarusso

Improbability: Photo Series by Giuseppe Colarusso Italian artist and photographer Giuseppe Colarusso  imagines bizarre and humorous objects, each of which is either technically impossible, improbable, or simply useless in its proposed design. Colarusso himself sees his work ‘Improbabilità’ as a kind of a surreal still life, a collection of imaginary  that are , but not impossible. Continue reading Improbability: Photo Series by Giuseppe Colarusso

Surreal Photography of Humans and Landscapes by Antonio Mora

Surreal Portraits by Antonio Mora Double exposure portraits by Spanish artist Antonio Mora blending dreamy landscapes and architecture with images of beautiful faces Mora found online. His seamless way of mixing various concepts together evokes a sense of mystery adding that the portraits “open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only for an instant, the hybrid beings who populate our … Continue reading Surreal Photography of Humans and Landscapes by Antonio Mora

Beautiful Fairytale Porcelain Creatures Created By Ukrainian Artist Duo

Beautiful Fairytale Porcelain Creatures Created By Ukrainian Artist Duo  Ukranian artists Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev collaborate to create delightfully quirky and unbelievably detailed miniature porcelain sculptures. Their website offers different views of many of the pieces so that you can see the elaborate paintings on these tiny pieces. farfora.com Continue reading Beautiful Fairytale Porcelain Creatures Created By Ukrainian Artist Duo

Octfalls – Ryoichi Kurokawa

Octfalls – Ryoichi Kurokawa Berlin-based Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa creates a unique audiovisual experience of standing in a waterfall indoors with his installation titled Octfalls. By placing eight suspended panels, each featuring an HD video of water refreshingly cascading down a cliff, and accompanying them with the relaxing sounds of water streaming across rocks, Kurokawa simulates an immersive experience that is “one of a thousand ways … Continue reading Octfalls – Ryoichi Kurokawa

Calming Quotes That Will Get You Through Even The Worst Of Times

12 Calming Quotes That Will Get You Through Even The Worst Of Times When you’re stressed or anxious, nothing helps more than a stranger who thinks they know what you’re going through offering you their advice without you asking for it. Plus, putting slogans onto pictures of sunsets and waves and shit always makes them more meaningful. Graphic designer and illustrator Adam J. Kurtz created … Continue reading Calming Quotes That Will Get You Through Even The Worst Of Times

Delicious Morbid Portraits by Igor Skaletsky

Delicious Morbid Portraits by Igor Skaletsky on Behance Igor Skaletsky does have what it takes to be a collage master. Born in 1978 in Russia, this freelance illustrator has travelled in the hot spots of contemporary art, including Israel and Germany, to find his own visual identity. The result of this initiatory trip is a unique technique, combining digital photomontage with acrylic paint and varnish. … Continue reading Delicious Morbid Portraits by Igor Skaletsky

Photos of Artist Alex Solis Fighting With His Own Character Drawings

Photos of Artist Alex Solis Fighting With His Own Character Drawings Alex Solis is a Chicago-based artist, where he lives with his family. He is mostly an illustrator, known for creating clever cartoons, such as his Baby Terrors series which shows horror movie villains as infants. Solis’ work has also expanded to include books and graphic design. In his series “Inkteraction”, Solis has drawn hilarious … Continue reading Photos of Artist Alex Solis Fighting With His Own Character Drawings

Tibetan Monks Meticulous,Create Incredible Mandalas Using Millions of Grains of Sand

Tibetan Monks Meticulous,Create Incredible Mandalas Using Millions of Grains of Sand In Buddhist tradition, a mandala is a sacred image that graphically represents the universe and is intended for use during meditation. Typically circular in shape, a mandala has a central point — called a “seed” or “drop” — toward which all energies are thought to converge. Buddhist monks frequently create mandalas out of paper, … Continue reading Tibetan Monks Meticulous,Create Incredible Mandalas Using Millions of Grains of Sand

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Rose Succulents Are A Thing And They Look Straight Out Of A Fairytale

Rose Succulents Are A Thing And They Look Straight Out Of A Fairytale Called Greenovia Dodrentalis, these succulents have curved layered petals that make the plants look just like roses. Mostly they’re found in the Canary Islands but we would say they belong somewhere in a fairy tale because of how unique and magical they look! Keep on scrolling to check out some pictures of … Continue reading Rose Succulents Are A Thing And They Look Straight Out Of A Fairytale

Amazing “Precious” Insects by David Chambon

Amazing “Precious” Insects by David Chambon Amateur Photographer David Chambon who have more than 10 years of experience in macro shooting, tried to capture magical moments and perpetuate the magnificence of nature. He recently went on a fundamentally different level, and his hobby became the first to bring income. The main objects of pictures are all kinds of birds for him, and of course, insects. … Continue reading Amazing “Precious” Insects by David Chambon

Photorealistic Pencil Portrait by Kei Meguro ・ 目黒ケイ

Photorealistic Pencil Portrait by Kei Meguro To see more: tumblr, behance, Instagram. Kei Meguro was born in Japan but now lives and works in New York as a graphic designer and illustrator. She refined her techniques at the School of Visual arts receiving a BFA in graphic design. Her clients include Chanel, Nylon Magazine and Sony Music Entertainment to name a few. via behance Continue reading Photorealistic Pencil Portrait by Kei Meguro ・ 目黒ケイ

4.5 Million Blue Flowers In Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park

Image credits: Teerayut Hiruntaraporn Image credits: Atsushi Motoyama Image credits: Megu Image credits: hirocame Image credits: azure Image credits: Ituki Kadiwara Image credits: Shirunosuke Image credits: Kota-G Image credits: Syota Takahashi Image credits: torne 4.5 Million Blue Flowers In Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park Hitachi Seaside Park: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube Blue flowers and blue sky at Hitachi Seaside Park Taking advantage of the beautiful spring weather, today … Continue reading 4.5 Million Blue Flowers In Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park

Mesmerising Portraits of Humpback Whales by Jem Cresswell

Mesmerising Portraits of Humpback Whales by Jem Cresswell  Instagram | Vimeo The gentle grace of the mysterious humpback whale is captured in a mesmerising new photo series. Jem Cresswell spent three years following the marine mammals during their annual migration to Vava’a island in the Tonga to get the close-up shots. One image shows a humpback gliding towards the camera with barnacles on its underside. Another shows … Continue reading Mesmerising Portraits of Humpback Whales by Jem Cresswell

Anouk Wipprecht’s 3D-Printed Robotic Spider Dress

 Anouk Wipprecht’s 3D-Printed Robotic Spider Dress  On Facebook Robotic Spider Dress In collaboration with engineer Daniel Schatzmayr, Anouk Wipprecht’s latest techno-couture creation is a sinister robotic spider dress. Fashioningtech. Perched on the wearer’s shoulders are animated robotic limbs that eerily crawl around the body. The robotic dress both incites the curiosity of passersby by coyly dancing around the wearer’s body while at the same time … Continue reading Anouk Wipprecht’s 3D-Printed Robotic Spider Dress

Organic Wooden Sculptures by Henrique Oliveira

Organic Wooden Sculptures by Henrique Oliveira Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s powerful recycled wood installations snake through their exhibition spaces like massive living trees that burst out of walls and ceilings. Oliveira scours the streets of Sao Paulo to gather weathered plywood, which he then separates into layers and combines to create his massive “tridimensionals” sculptures. The stunning mixed media pieces are a combination of sculpture, painting … Continue reading Organic Wooden Sculptures by Henrique Oliveira

Adam S. Doyle:Simplified Brushstrokes

Adam S. Doyle: Simplified Brushstrokes Monochromatic animals painting by Adam S. Doyle from simplified brushstrokes. Adam S Doyle is a classically educated fine artist and illustrator with a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from New York’s School of Visual Arts. Boston-born, Doyle’s horizons are vast, both physical and intellectual. He has studied and created in Los Angeles, Rome, Auckland, and … Continue reading Adam S. Doyle:Simplified Brushstrokes

luminous red cube casts intricate shadows by Anila Quayyum Agha

luminous red cube casts intricate shadows by Anila Quayyum Agha Facebook Anila Quayyum Agha was born in Lahore, Pakistan. She has an MFA in Fiber Arts from the University of North Texas. Since winning the public and juried votes at artprize 2014 for her luminous installation ‘intersections’, pakistani artist Anila Quayyum Agha continues her work with sculpture, shadow and light. ‘all the flowers are for me – … Continue reading luminous red cube casts intricate shadows by Anila Quayyum Agha

Stranger Love Songs: Book Covers by Butcher Billy

Stranger Love Songs: Book Covers by Butcher Billy In this new series, Brazilian pop culture artist Butcher Billy reimagines some of the most iconic love songs as book covers. “This series imagines an alternate universe in which some of the most hopeless, desperate and tragic heartbreak songs of the 70’s and 80’s were actually novels written by Stephen King. The concept is to look at … Continue reading Stranger Love Songs: Book Covers by Butcher Billy

Javier Riera Illuminates the Landscape With Ephemeral Geometric Light Projections

Javier Riera Illuminates the Landscape With Ephemeral Geometric Light Projections Facebook The work of Javier Riera born in Avilés, Asturias, Spain, is based in geometric shaped light projections, striked directly onto vegetation and landscape. He uses photography as a means for registration and spreading of the happening, without digital manipulation whatsoever. Thus, it’s centered in an experience of real intervention onto “the space and time of … Continue reading Javier Riera Illuminates the Landscape With Ephemeral Geometric Light Projections

Sophie Standing’s Colorful Collage Creatures

Sophie Standing’s Colorful Collage Endangered Animals Facebook England-born and living in Kenya, textile artist Sophie Standing embroiders intense portraits of the African wildlife around her. At the beginning of her career, she specialized in life drawing which she utilizes in these threaded “studies” on canvas.  The influence of 19th century art can also be found in Standing’s work. She has an extensive collection of decorative … Continue reading Sophie Standing’s Colorful Collage Creatures

A Golden Retriever Art Critic Sniffs Out Masterpieces

A Golden Retriever Art Critic Sniffs Out Masterpieces Ella Fitzgerald is not only artist Julia Powell’s companion, but she’s also the artist’s toughest critic. With her discerning eye, 6-year-old golden retriever Ella has been caught staring at various pieces of landscape artwork three days in a row — which is quite rare, according to Powell. In a phone call Thursday afternoon, Powell said when Ella’s … Continue reading A Golden Retriever Art Critic Sniffs Out Masterpieces

Faig Ahmed’s Glitchy, Distorted Rugs Destroy The Stereotypes Of Eastern Tradition

Faig Ahmed’s Glitchy, Distorted Rugs Destroy The Stereotypes Of Eastern Tradition “Carpet vandalist” and installation artist Faig Ahmed is from and based out of Baku, Azerbaijan. Taking one of the most iconic symbols of the East, the Persian rug, he changes its traditional form to a more modern contemporary style. Intricately patterned rugs glitch and pixelate in the fascinating fibrous constellations of Faig Ahmed. When you first … Continue reading Faig Ahmed’s Glitchy, Distorted Rugs Destroy The Stereotypes Of Eastern Tradition

Fish and Clouds Paintings by Niharika Hukku

Delicate Fish Paintings by Niharika Hukku “For me, to create form and function out of what is essentially mud was magical,” says Sydney-based artist Niharika Hukku (@niharikahukku). With a background in painting, Niharika started out her career as a commercial illustrator, but later decided to pivot into the field of pottery making. “I always felt a pull towards ceramics,” Niharika says. “I wanted to do … Continue reading Fish and Clouds Paintings by Niharika Hukku

Double Exposure GIFs Of Wild Animals Show How Humans Destroy Their Habitats

 GIFs Of Wild Animals Show How Humans Destroy Their Habitats Behance Artist Said Dagdeviren took this format and used it to make art. His stunning images are transformed into lively animations. He took animals from varying habitats and laid their environment over the image of their figure. Each GIF has an individual story speaking to the impact the environment has on any creature, no matter if they … Continue reading Double Exposure GIFs Of Wild Animals Show How Humans Destroy Their Habitats

Bodies & Skulls by James Bareham

  Bodies & Skulls by James Bareham The artist that I show you today is James Bareham, photographer of the New York based creative studio The New Cruelty, as well as the developer of this awesome series of still-life images taken in the exhibition spaces of the famous show “Bodies The Exhibition“.    Photographs taken for the television production company True Entertainment and used to … Continue reading Bodies & Skulls by James Bareham

See artist’s amazing cardboard cutouts that come to life at sunset

See artist’s amazing cardboard cutouts that come to life at sunset When nine-time Emmy award-winning TV producer and writer John Marshall found himself living alone for a month on Frye Island, Maine, he got to thinking about how best to spend his time. Inspired by the beautiful sunsets he witnessed from his back door, he began the ‘Sunset Selfies’ project. Every night he’s on the … Continue reading See artist’s amazing cardboard cutouts that come to life at sunset

Beautiful Typography by Xavier Casalta

Beautiful Typography by Xavier Casalta on Behance Aged only 21, the French artist Xavier Casalta is working on illustrations and typography in all black & white dots, using essentially a Isograph 0,10mm pen. A rendering of a high quality, to discover with in the article with a selection of his works, including numerous versions of his latest project ‘The quick brown fox jumps over the … Continue reading Beautiful Typography by Xavier Casalta

GIFs of Mädir Eugster Balancing Palm Leaf Ribs by Tobias Hutzler

 GIFs of Mädir Eugster Balancing Palm Leaf Ribs by Tobias Hutzler Balance is actually a short documentary directed by Tobias Hutzler that shows the incredible balancing work performed by artist Mädir Eugster of Rigolo Swiss Nouveau Cirque. Set aligned with a plain, white backdrop, the performance artist vigilantly gathers 16 bare ribs of palm leaves and a feather by balancing each member in front of the other. … Continue reading GIFs of Mädir Eugster Balancing Palm Leaf Ribs by Tobias Hutzler

Thai Artist Carves Exquisitely Detailed Sculptures Out of Soap

Thai Artist Carves Meticulously Detailed Carvings Out of Soap  Instagram  A very long tradition is being carried by Thai artist Narong together with his complex carved soaps. Finely carving out complicated patterns in the medium that is soft, he’s able to attain designs that are incredibly complex. Soap carving has a long tradition in Thailand, originating from the action of sculpting fruit and vegetables. Enregistrer … Continue reading Thai Artist Carves Exquisitely Detailed Sculptures Out of Soap

Edgy fashion photography by Maciej Grochala

Edgy fashion photography by Maciej Grochala Facebook,  Behance Maciej Grochala is a photographer from Gdansk, Poland. Maciej’s portfolio displays a wide variety of work: from fashion editorial work to artistic nudes, portraits and advertising work.  Darker work: fashion editorial photography with an edge. Maciej does a great job catching the beauty of the fashion and accessories he portrays yet never lets them overshadow the mood … Continue reading Edgy fashion photography by Maciej Grochala

Anatomical Sculptures by Claude-Olivier

Anatomical Sculptures by Claude-Olivier Guay At the outset, these sculptures by artist Claude-Olivier Guay appear like a jumble of wire and feathers folded into a heap, but each hides a remarkable secret. Working only with a pair of pliers, Guay folds, bends, and twists an inner framework of hidden creatures that dramatically transform with a bit of manual manipulation. In his 2015 piece titled La Tanière the … Continue reading Anatomical Sculptures by Claude-Olivier

Glow Worms Turn New Zealand Cave Into Starry Night

Glow Worms Turn New Zealand Cave Into Starry Night   More info:  Shaun Jeffers Photography   Something quite special dwells beneath the surface of New Zealand and these images prove that the country is just as beautiful below ground as it is above! The Waitomo area is famous for it’s limestone caves and within these caves are one of the most magical insects in the world, … Continue reading Glow Worms Turn New Zealand Cave Into Starry Night

Michael Moerkerk Transforms Keys And Coins Into Recycled Art

Michael Moerkerk Transforms Keys And Coins Into  Recycled Art More info: Etsy | Facebook Michael, aka Moerkey, is an artist from Horsham, Victoria, Australia. The talented craftsman creates unique handmade balls, bowls and sculptures from discarded keys and coins; as well as reclaimed copper pipe and wire. Continue reading Michael Moerkerk Transforms Keys And Coins Into Recycled Art

Serpentine Photography by Mark Laita

Serpentine, Photography by Mark Laita Mark Laita features up close shots of various snakes for his upcoming book called “Serpentine”. The photographs exhibit a series of snakes curling themselves in various shapes and designs while a solid black background amplifies the unique coloring and textures of the mysterious reptiles. This feature shows an interesting perspective to the frequently misunderstood footless creatures by focusing in on … Continue reading Serpentine Photography by Mark Laita

Madame Peripetie Brings High Fashion to Moody/Farrell & Emma Yeo SS14

Madame Peripetie Brings High Fashion to Moody/Farrell & Emma Yeo SS14 Showcased at the Designer Showrooms at London Fashion Week, Moody‘s most recent collection is cited as their most favourite to date. Spring/Summer 2014 is an intricate entanglement of Elizabethan dresses with Baroque elements, upgraded with classic bowler hats and hand woven headpieces. Offset with celtic tattoos painted across the creamy models complexion, these stark … Continue reading Madame Peripetie Brings High Fashion to Moody/Farrell & Emma Yeo SS14

Paco Pomet’s Surreal Paintings Take Vintage Photography

Paco Pomet’s Surreal Paintings Take Vintage Photography Spanish artist Paco Pomet uses oil on canvas to create wonderfully surreal scenes. “His subverted landscapes and portraits often borrow from sepia-toned photographs that look like historical documents or vintage photos. There is a parallel to traditional Western Art, mixed with a monochrome effect that restates the documentary character of the original piece.” Continue reading Paco Pomet’s Surreal Paintings Take Vintage Photography

The Secret Lives of Fruits and Vegetables by Maciek Jasik

The Secret Lives of Fruits and Vegetables by Maciek Jasik Inspired by intriguing stories and symbolism behind fruits and vegetables, Polish photographer Maciek Jasik captures these healthy foods enveloped in smoke and color in an effort to bring back the “mystical, invisible qualities that have been lost amidst the clamor of nutritional statistics.” “The modern world has separated us from the origins and uses of … Continue reading The Secret Lives of Fruits and Vegetables by Maciek Jasik

Surreal Collages by Marcelo Monreal

Marcelo Monreal’s Surreal Collages Replace Our Insides With Beautiful Blooms Marcelo Monreal is a Brazilian digital collage artist based in Santa Catarina, Brazil. ”Faces I always drew attention. And if i stressing? If the let loose from the rest of the body, which would be within? Well, to me, still I think that people have a little bit of beauty within them by more that this … Continue reading Surreal Collages by Marcelo Monreal

Iréel by Flora Borsi

Iréel by Flora Borsi on Behance “Flora Borsi is a popular artist from Budapest, Hungary. She has specialized digital photography. Her works it to visualize the physically impossible in a form of photo manipulation. She is an expert in this art. She is noted for the digital manipulation. She is very well known for her works. We can find the accuracy and extreme efficiency through … Continue reading Iréel by Flora Borsi

One Loop: Absurd Animated Portraits by Romain Laurent

One Loop: Absurd Animated Portraits by Romain Laurent on Tumblr These ironic, hilarious, and surreal animated portraits are part of commercial photographer Romain Laurent‘s photography challenge. Laurent’s desire to break the routine (of working on commercial photography) ended up on a quest to create silly-looking looped animated portrait each week since last September. He says the bizarre and often laugh-out-loud experiments are a low-pressure way … Continue reading One Loop: Absurd Animated Portraits by Romain Laurent

Miguel Chevalier’s projects a universe of light inside the university of cambridge

Miguel Chevalier’s projects a universe of light inside the university of cambridge Renowned digital artist Miguel Chevalier recent installation in King’s College Chapel in Cambridge will almost make you think that the 16th century structure was designed explicitly for lights to be projected onto its insides. It should be noted that it’s not easy to improve on a building that is already so awe-inspiring, but … Continue reading Miguel Chevalier’s projects a universe of light inside the university of cambridge

Pop Culture and Consumerism by Tony Futura

“Every child is an artist. The problem is staying an artist when you grow up.” P. Picasso – Pop Culture and Consumerism by Tony Futura Berlin-based digital artist Tony Futura creates surreal artworks that mock and poke fun at modern western culture, basing his artworks on pop culture and materialist objects. Despite taking on some of the deepest and most troubling issues of the modern … Continue reading Pop Culture and Consumerism by Tony Futura

Forest Watercolor Landscapes by Anna Armona

Forest Watercolor Landscapes by Anna Armona DeviantArt   | Instagram Ukrainian artist Anna Armona creates very colorful and rich watercolor paintings in which she mainly depicts forests. The critics call her work a kind of a celebration of nature’s beauty. Although in today’s selection will be featured paintings showing exclusively trees, Anna Armona is fond of landscapes in general. On her paintings can be found not … Continue reading Forest Watercolor Landscapes by Anna Armona

Year’s Best Biological Photos Capture the Artistry of Science and Photos by Igor Siwanowicz

 Photos by Igor Siwanowicz Photographer and neurobiologist Igor Siwanowicz captures the striking complexity of insects using a laser-scanning microscope. “His brilliantly colored images show the tree-like structures of moth antennas, the wild details of barnacle legs, and the otherworldly shapes of plant spores. The photos are made with a confocal laser-scanning microscope capable of ‘seeing’ vast amounts of detail beyond what you might capture with … Continue reading Year’s Best Biological Photos Capture the Artistry of Science and Photos by Igor Siwanowicz

Photography And Paint Portraits by Januz Miralles

Photography And Paint Portraits by Januz Miralles on Tumblr   / Behance Januz Miralles (Nuestra) is an illustrator based in Laguna, Philippines. His eerie, ethereal images combine traditional painting techniques with digital photo manipulation, creating a surreal landscape where human figures are woven into a shifting fog of textures and brush strokes. Although little is known of the artist or his artistic approach, Miralles’ work is nonetheless viscerally haunting … Continue reading Photography And Paint Portraits by Januz Miralles

Tiny Paintings on Recycled Wood Pieces by Gracemere Woods

Tiny Paintings on Wood Pieces by Gracemere Woods   American artist Kimera Wachna quitted her office to open her online shop Gracemere Woods and sell her very beautiful creations made in collaboration with her partner Yuichi Watanabe. With a particular affinity to nature, she chose the medium of painting and (recycled) wood to draw adorable animals such as owls, foxes and reindeers on tiny circular … Continue reading Tiny Paintings on Recycled Wood Pieces by Gracemere Woods

Psychedelic geode-like sculptures by Laura Moriarty

All images and art are copyright of Laura Moriarty. Photographs used with permission. Psychedelic geode-like sculptures by Laura Moriarty New York-based visual artist Laura Moriarty has an unusual use for beeswax, and it’s not for lip balm or candles. Rather, the self-taught artist dyes and melts beeswax to make brilliant geode-like sculptures. These highly pigmented beeswax artworks are so colorful and vibrant that they give … Continue reading Psychedelic geode-like sculptures by Laura Moriarty

Stunnig Hyper Realistic Paintings Of Drive In Movie Theaters by Andrew Valko

Stunnig Hyper Realistic Paintings Of Drive In Movie Theaters  by Andrew Valko Nostalgia for the 50’s and 60’s, when the American empire was at its height of it’s self-involved powers, usually involves something to do with cars. In Andrew Valko drive-in paintings he uses current and formerly famous people such as Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Amanda Seyfried, Angelina Jolie and  in his screen shots which … Continue reading Stunnig Hyper Realistic Paintings Of Drive In Movie Theaters by Andrew Valko

Animated GIF Series Showcases the Striking Beauty of Flowers as They Fully Blossom

Animated GIF Series Showcases the Striking Beauty of Flowers as They Fully Blossom Touched by Strangers of Yutaka Kitamura here. on Facebook, Twitter and Google Tired of the harsh, winter months that seem to go on forever? Here’s a little touch of spring to compensate. These lovely time-lapse collection of flowers blooming were painstakingly created not by one, but several artists. They were started by artist Yutaka Kitamura  for … Continue reading Animated GIF Series Showcases the Striking Beauty of Flowers as They Fully Blossom

25 Of The Cutest Parenting Moments In The Animal Kingdom

Image credits: Anton Belovodchenko Image credits: dailymail.co.uk Image credits: Jeanette DiAnda Image credits: Igor Shpilenok Image credits: Ric Seet Image credits: pensivesquirrel.wordpress.com Image credits: Marco Mattiussi Image credits: Jan Pelcman Image credits: Laurie Rubin Image credits: Michael Milicia Image credits: Chuck Babbitt Image credits: hqwide.com Image credits: Tin Man Image credits: dailymail.co.uk Image credits: Wolfgang von Vietinghoff Image credits: Udayan Rao Pawar Image credits: Daniel … Continue reading 25 Of The Cutest Parenting Moments In The Animal Kingdom

_NSFW_ Impressive Erotic Illustrations Of Apollonia Saintclair

 Impressive Erotic illustrations Of  Apollonia Saintclair  on Tumblr – Behance –Society6  Ink is my blood. I draw for my own sake and for your pleasure. As a long-time resident of the Old World, I split my time between the kitchen and my studio.’ Apollonia Saintclair. She creating neo-noir surrealist sexscapes. Apollonia Saintclair, the artist who’s collected thousands of obsessed fans on Tumblr with her weird and wonderful … Continue reading _NSFW_ Impressive Erotic Illustrations Of Apollonia Saintclair

The Colorfully Psychedelic Art of Jen Stark

The Colorfully Psychedelic Art of Jen Stark Paper is a cheap and accessible medium that can produce beautiful results. However, it requires meticulous skill to expertly maneuver and manipulate the fragile material. Luckily, artist Jen Stark possesses the ability to utilize the medium, reveal new ways of viewing its construction, and expose its beauty. We’ve shared several of Stark’s three-dimensional paper sculptures in the past … Continue reading The Colorfully Psychedelic Art of Jen Stark

Censored & Tendentious Collages By Naro Pinosa

Censored & Tendentious Collages By Naro Pinosa Based in Spain, digital artist Naro Pinosa creates imaginative collages, which he mainly shares on his Instagram. Whether it be Greek sculptures or classical paintings, he takes this imagery and layers them on the photographs in an absurd manner. By combining the old and the new with a sense of humor, the collages question the viewer’s perception and … Continue reading Censored & Tendentious Collages By Naro Pinosa

Chimerical Sculptures by John Morris

Chimerical Sculptures by John Morris The works of John Morris spring from exhaustive sketching and illustration, drawing on intensive research. Subjects include skeletal bone, muscular structure and the imagery of fashion photography. Often, prosthetic limbs and super-accentuated body part proportions tie the pieces together, bringing to mind the surreal imagery of anime and the comic strip depictions of superheroes and heroines. He skilfully uses leather, brass, … Continue reading Chimerical Sculptures by John Morris